Scarlett Hart: Monster Hunter #1
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Scarlett Hart: Monster Hunter #1

Writer: Marcus Sedgwick Artist: Thomas Taylor Publisher: First Second Release Date: April 4, 2018 Cover Price: $14.99 Critic Reviews: 3
7.2Critic Rating
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Monsters, quake in your boots! Scarlett Hart, the (unlicensed) monster hunter, is coming for you! Scarlett Hart is the last of a long line of monster hunters, and this stubborn young orphan is determined to carry on her dead parents' work even if she's too young to be licensed by the monster hunters union. With the help of her loyal butler and a lot of awesome gadgets, Scarlett is out to slay monsters-and to take down the corrupt monster hunter who killed her parents! Marcus Sedgwick has turned his pen to middle-grade adventure storytelling. Scarlett Hart: Monster Hunter, with Thomas Taylor (known for his illustrations in the British e more

  • 9.7
    Graphic Policy - pharoahmiles Jun 24, 2018

    Overall, an entertaining book which tackles everything supernatural and anything classified as a monster. The story by Marcus Sedgwick is funny, multifaceted and enjoyable. The art by Thomas Taylor is gorgeous. Altogether, one of better books for children that adults will also will find to be a fun read. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    That's Not Current - Rachel Bellwoar Apr 2, 2018

    Scarlett Hart: Monster Hunter packs on the monsters for some very entertaining showdowns. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Mar 21, 2018

    If Scarlett Hart was someone's first book, I'm sure they'd enjoy it well enough. It's hard to say if they'd fall in love with it or the monster hunting genre, but it might prove to be a gateway into the genre. For an experienced reader though, you're unlikely to find anything new here. Unfortunately, it just comes across as a generic monster hunter story and one that's been done better by the same publisher. Read Full Review

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