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    The Filming Continues

    3.5 stars. This can be read as a standalone but is open ended for the next Episode. There is some graphic violence and gore so don't read if you are sensitive to that. The storyline's main characters are filming cryptid (monster) hunting in Missouri for a YouTube show. But not everything or everyone is as they appear. Will I continue to read future books in the series? Of course I will. I want to see what other cryptids Mason and Emma find next.
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    Read "Mason Dixon: Monster Hunter" first.

    Rating: 3.5/5 This second novella in Eric Asher's "New Templars" series continues the adventures of Mason Dixon, monster hunter and YouTube "star" and his trusty childhood friend and videographer Emma. The story takes place after the events in "Mason Dixon: Monster Hunter" but doesn't pick up immediately following the previous story. This left me searching the interwebs to determine if I'd missed a novella in between the two stories. One shouldn't end on a cliffhanger - even a soft one - and barely mention its resolution in the next book! This second segment gives us an introduction to other players in the "New Templars" world and, when the first two books in the series are read back-to-back, seems like you're sliding back into a comfy new shoe when you begin reading. Asher is an excellent wordsmith and if you're looking for a quick beach read involving the hidden - and at times humourous - world of monsters, this book should fill the void. End verdict: Best if familiar with the storyline in "Mason Dixon: Monster Hunter". If you enjoy the humour of Kevin Hearne's or John Hartness' writing styles, you're bound to enjoy the Mason Dixon series. The novella is a quick, fun romp and excellent jello for the mind.
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    Enjoying ​Mason Dixon - The Wampus of Reeds Spring

    Having just finished an intense detective novel, I was eager to read something lighter in tone and Eric R. Asher's "​Mason Dixon - The Wampus of Reeds Spring: A New Templars Novella" (Mason Dixon, Monster Hunter Book 2) fit the bill perfectly! It was the literary equivalent of the Summer Blockbuster Films that many call 'popcorn films' and provided me with many laughs at the antics of Mason Dixon and his sidekick Emma. This light-hearted novella is a welcome change when contrasted with Asher's more serious "Vesik" series. I would recommend this for Young Adults and older.
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