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Reviewed by Melinda Hills for Readers' Favorite
Monsters don’t really exist, or do they? Nate is not so sure after he somehow agrees to work at the local library for Mrs. Mumford. In My Boss is a Vampire: Stories from the Library, Volume One by John Carter, Nate discovers an amazing secret – monsters really are around us but they’re not as mean as everyone thinks. Brought into the inner circle of library employees because of his own special talent, Nate must find out how to keep the library safe from an angry old man who wants to shut it down. It’s not so much that he doesn’t like libraries, but rather what is living inside of their sanctuary. Mr. Hunter is seeking revenge for the loss of his daughter and will stop at nothing to get rid of the monster responsible for her death. Nate, with help from The Queen of the Nerds, Emily, digs into Mr. Hunter’s past and comes up with a plan to protect his friends and save the library. Will everything come together in time to beat Mr. Hunter? Or will Nate and Emily be lost along with the library and its secrets?
This is the perfect book for the modern child interested in ‘old time’ monsters. John Carter brings monster hunting into the 21st century with the use of computer technology, and subtly teaches a lesson about diversity in this humorous, engaging story. My Boss is a Vampire: Stories from the Library, Volume One sets the reader on the path of adventure with a highly unusual cast of characters that are likable, although a bit out of the ordinary. Through teamwork, good manners and commitment to a goal, Nate and Emily preserve the secrets of the library staff and continue to provide a wonderful public service. They have fun, handle a major problem, learn a lot about themselves and give the reader plenty to enjoy.