Some new reviews for Alex Van Helsing: Voice of the Undead this morning, on the very day that the book is available everywhere.
Mundie Moms turned in a review of Vampire Rising, which comes out in paperback today:
I really enjoyed this book. It was an engaging, fun, quick read. There's humor, classical references, down to earth and enjoyable characters and of course some great vampire hunting, butt kicking scenes. Now I can see why Alex Van Helsing made the Texas Lone Star List. I'm looking forward to reading the next book in the series, Voice of the Undead. This is a clean cut book I'd recommend to older middle grade and YA readers.
Collected Miscellany has a review of Voice of the Undead:
Ultravox was a nice villain and the concept added a thread that could pull both the action of the school(s) and the larger vampire versus human battle. The continuing battle with Elle and the development of the Merrill brothers added a nice touch as well – some tension and an extra burst of action.
Looks like this is turning into a nice series for those looking for action adventure with a vampire twist.
Voice of the Undead is a fast-paced, action-packed caper. Alex is in and out of trouble faster than you can say Vampire Rising. ... Alex is too busy surviving to reflect on anything, but the mishaps keep the story moving forward.
Finally! The book is here! I want to hear what you think.