All Hallows Eve Vs. Fantomas Book II: The Woman In White

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Readers 9 and up. The Halloween Heroine stands up to substance abuse! In this thrilling adventure, Eve finally comes face to face with the Lord of Terror,... but at a very high price. 100+ years of Fantomas' history are paid homage to, questions from previous "All Hallows Eve" stories are finally answered, and our beloved heroine learns the importance of saying "no" to drugs.

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About David Eveleigh

I have received professional training in the fine arts and have also worked as both a writer and artist for Moondial Comics as well as a contributor for "Transformers: Mosaic" and a creative consultant for Project AGU. I am currently working on my creator owned superhero series "All Hallows Eve" and donate 50% of the royalties from it to various local charities. I have also published a vampire novel called "Leech" on KDP and am looking to expand "All Hallows Eve" to other mediums.

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Review by: Erik The Great on May 25, 2013 : star star star star star
When Eve and her best friend Samantha take a young girl (the granddaughter of Professor Steiner) Trick-or-Treating, they visit a house. Well, not just any house but THE BEST place for a Trick-or-Treater to go to on Halloween! Mrs. Calderon A.K.A. Mrs. Cauldron goes over-the-top every year for Halloween!!! When the friends get there, THEY are the ones tricked, not treated! Fantômas shows up at that house and what’s worse, the kids find out Mrs. Cauldron isn’t the real Mrs. Cauldron! The real Mrs. Cauldron is being held captive by Fantômas. The imposter hypnotized the kids so that they couldn’t open their eyes or move a muscle. That isn’t even the surprise! The surprise is… Mrs. Calderon, A.K.A. Mrs. Cauldron, A.K.A. the Woman In White is literally Eve’s evil twin! AND, the adventure isn’t over yet!!!

I think Eve is an awesome superhero. It’s cool that she’s a teen-girl superhero because there aren’t a lot of them (the Cassidy Jones series is another one of my favorite series with a teen-girl superhero). The series is written well for kids because there’s no bad language and the violence in it is comic book style and mild. The action described in the stories is exciting and the plot is also exciting and unpredictable (I never saw the evil twin sister thing coming!). I like that in book 2 of the series Mr. Eveleigh has a strong message about saying no to drugs and how bad drugs are. It is a good message for kids. The fact that the books are pretty short and very exciting makes them great for kids who may be reluctant readers.
**NOTE I got a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review**
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