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Warner Brothers to Adapt Rick Yancey's The Monstrumologist

Around five years ago our own "Belle from Hell," Elaine Lamkin, rewarded Rick Yancey's The Monstrumologist (review) with a five-knife rating, and apparently Warner Bros. agrees with her because they've just picked up the rights to Yancey's entire four-book series.

Yancey, Rick (The Monstrumologist, The Curse of the Wendigo)

In September, 2009, a Young Adult horror novel was published to great acclaim and a few awards. The title was The Monstrumologist , and we LOVED it! This is not your everyday YA novel – plenty of gore and gruesomeness for everyone. Now, Rick Yancey, author of The Monstrumologist, is back with his second novel about the adventures of Dr.

Exclusive: Rick Yancey Talks The Monstrumologist, The Curse of the Wendigo, and More

In September, 2009, a Young Adult horror novel was published to great acclaim and a few awards. The title was The Monstrumologist , and we LOVED it! This is not your everyday YA novel – plenty of gore and gruesomeness for everyone. Now, Rick Yancey, author of The Monstrumologist, is back with his second novel about the adventures of Dr.

Read The Monstrumologist Online Now - For FREE!

If you missed out winning a copy of Rick Yancey's The Monstrumologist during our recent contest, don't despair. In an unusual turn of events, publisher Simon & Schuster is making the entire book available online for free for the next week via the innovative iPaper application from Scribd.

WINNERS ANNOUNCED: Win a Copy of Rick Yancey's The Monstrumologist

It's rare that we post a five-knife review for anything at Dread Central so after reading Elaine's critique of The Monstrumologist (review here), I have to say my interest in the tale is definitely piqued. If yours is, too, then you'll want to read on for the details of a new contest we're running.