The three pigs found a new calling, they will exterminate and fix ghost problems, not any though, farm-related hauntings is their calling. And in this book they sure got a big job to do. The farmer who called them has not only a haunted farm, but he also has a zombie duck problem in his pond (yes, really, zombie ducks).
But as the story continues things start to stand out, maybe there is more going on than just a haunting. I won’t say anything more, but I think you will see it when you read it.
Poor Farmer Greg was found hiding behind a very very large pumpkin, and I just had a laugh at how the pigs handled a scared farmer. 😛
Haha, at the twist and what happens there. I so didn’t expect that, though I guess the hints were there, but I just was so into the story that I didn’t see those. Yes, some hints are visible, but some hints are just not visible when one is so deep in the story.
The ending was a delight and I was happy for everyone.
One of my favourite quotes: “I ain’t afraid of no goat.” Points to those who got the reference.
The art? I love it! It is fun and colourful, and I love how stuff is drawn.
I am happy that I found this book, I already was interested in Elys Dolan’s works (I saw some on Twitter), but I am definitely going to get her other books.