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Young Will Henry and Dr. Warthrop brave the wilds of northern Canada to rescue a fellow monstrumologist from the grip of the mythical Wendigo. Boyer's deliberately paced delivery underscores Will Henry's twisted reality.
Apprentice monstrumologist Will Henry follows his master to Africa, searching for a creature that uses human body parts and toxic goo to create nests capable of turning people into monsters. Boyer's understated, creepy narration heightens the delicious horror of this Gothic story.
Will Henry is the assistant to the Monstrumologist, Dr. Warthrop. Together they encounter the Anthropophagi, horrible human eating creatures. Set in the 1800's, this richly descriptive horror tale is vivid and imaginative. Stephen Boyer paints a frightening yet intriguing picture of Will Henry's world.