Revenge of the Evil Librarian

Revenge of the Evil Librarian

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The stage is set for a fiendishly dramatic summer at theater camp for Cynthia and her boyfriend, Ryan. With no demons at all. Right?

Last fall, Cynthia Rothschild saved her best friend, as well as the entire student body, from the demon librarian, Mr. Gabriel, all while executing the most awesome set design for the school musical, Sweeney Todd . But now that all that demon stuff is behind her, Cyn is looking forward to the best summer ever at theater camp with her former-crush-and-now-boyfriend, Ryan Halsey. Once she gets to camp, though, Cyn realizes this summer might not be all she's been hoping for. First, Ryan's best camp friend is a girl (which Ryan had never mentioned to Cyn), and she just happens to be ridiculously pretty. Plus, it seems the demon stuff is not entirely over as Cyn had hoped. At least any new demons that show up to ruin her summer can't possibly be as evil as Mr. Gabriel. It's not like he could somehow come back to life to seek his terrible revenge or something. Best-selling author Michelle Knudsen brings back all the hilarity and horror (not to mention hot guys) in this sizzling sequel to Evil Librarian.
Publisher: Somerville, Massachusetts :, Candlewick Press,, ©2017.
ISBN: 9780763688288
Branch Call Number: YA KNU
Characteristics: 277 pages ; 22 cm

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Oct 22, 2017

Revenge Of The Evil Librarian is a great book. You do not need to read the first book prior to this one. All of the major plot points from the first book are summarized in the very first chapter. The tension in the book was always lingering, even during the beginning, when characters were still slightly traumatized by the events from the first book, and that suspense kept pushing me forward through the book. At points, I felt like absolutely anything could happen, and it kept me interested in the main conflict. If I could dock the book for anything, it would be the two love triangles (love quadrilateral?) having a little too much of an unnecessary focus in the first two thirds of the book, although it has little effect on my view of the whole book. With a 4.5 out of 5, I will happily recommend this book to anyone who enjoys fantasy, suspense, and drama in their book. And you don’t even need to read the first book to enjoy this one.
- @RhythmDragon of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

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