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By Matthew Waldram | Comments: ( 788 ) | Date: ( Apr 09, 2020 )

There is a land let s call it Elsewhere that is in no small amount of trouble Giant wolves are tearing villages apart, a monster king is bringing his army across the sea to capture the legendary Hall of Glass, and the High Lord has completely disappeared Henry Whistler was eight when he got lost at a bus station in Hounslow There his adventure began For that was whThere is a land let s call it Elsewhere that is in no small amount of trouble Giant wolves are tearing villages apart, a monster king is bringing his army across the sea to capture the legendary Hall of Glass, and the High Lord has completely disappeared Henry Whistler was eight when he got lost at a bus station in Hounslow There his adventure began For that was when he met the exiled invisible man, the monster swordsman, and the girl with the bright red hair Now a grown up, Henry s childhood adventure is a faded memory until his fianc e vanishes Until he is drawn into another world Until he is pursued by a blind assassin with only a monster and a dead man for company across a land that is in no small amount of trouble.


  • Title: Monsters of Elsewhere
  • Author: Matthew Waldram
  • ISBN: 9781500832797
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Matthew Waldram

Sign up to Matthew s New Release Mailing List to be the first to hear about new releases Matthew Waldram is a large flightless human.Originally from Derby where we call a cob a cob, duck he now lives in Leigh on Sea and staunchly refuses to drop his accent no matter how many people tell him he speaks like his mouth is filled with marbles.He believes in monsters, carbs, and scrumping.



Comments Monsters of Elsewhere

  • A.

    I read the last 20% of this book all at once (I normally chip away late at night in very small chunks, so this is big for me).So, my main gripe with this was the first 10% of the book. I don't want to give any spoilers, so I won't mention anything, but if you're reading this and you just don't get it. Hang in there. The book REALLY picks up.Having finished it, I get why he set everything up the way he did, almost to the point where I would be willing to reread the beginning of the book, but at t [...]


  • J.R.

    Monsters of Elsewhere is a strange book. It also happens to be the best self-published book I've read so far. A gripping book that has deprived me of sleep and sucked me into its world in the best possible way.Before we even begin to talk about the story, one of the most important things to get out of the way is to explain Matthew Waldram's style of writing.Mr. Waldram, describing himself as a 'large flightless bird', is from Derby, and is as English as English can be. This includes levity in ti [...]


  • Eamon Paul

    I do not care to write reviews, but to have completed this debut and found less than 20 ratings waiting was a terrible thing. Thus:This is a wonderful book, though one I know to be very flawed nonetheless. Stronger story editing would certainly have given it a more even and cohesive feel and there were times when I noticed certain devices and techniques being repeatedly used to their detraction. This novel’s self-published roots run deep.Yet I suspect that I will remember Monsters of Elsewhere [...]


  • Katy (Forever Fanatical About Books)

    I love me a good fantasy and this debut novel did not disappoint.It follows the story of Henry at various points in his life and his adventures with monsters in another world, Elsewhere. I found the book chock full of some brilliant dry humour, and a lot of hilarious comments about facets of everyday British life. Humour aside, there was also serious bits too, some gory bits and absolutely loads of fantastical adventure. I really enjoyed reading this book.There are loads of characters that the r [...]


  • Kirsten

    Incredible. I picked this book up when Matt was doing a reddit giveaway and decided to read it on a whim - I'm so glad I did. The story was very immersive and engrossing. There were several nights where I had to bargain with myself (one more chapter before bed. OK one more OK just one more). Typically, the fantasy genre can yield very dry and slow passages where the particulars of the world are described in minute detail; that is definitely not the case here. With the several story arcs and the [...]


  • Laura

    I really enjoyed this book! An entertaining blend of Gaiman, Pratchett, and some good old fashioned adventure fantasy. My biggest regret is that it is unillustrated. I would love to see Elsewhere: An Illustrated Natural History. I also felt like some of the surprises were a bit overly telegraphed. It felt like an awkward amount of suspense given the fairly obvious foreshadowing. Less of one or the other could have improved things a bit. As far as I know, this is a standalone book, which can be r [...]


  • Elizabeth

    This was a fun, well-written, sweetly crafted twist on the traditional fairy tale story. I think what I enjoyed most was that it wasn't exactly far-fetched and dependent upon stereotypes or tropes, but rather, written with an eye to humour, realism (as much as can exist in a fantasy world), and characters with true development. I want to say that the ending was tied up too neatly for my tastes, but ultimately I can't as it was just as charming and sweet as the rest of the tale. Definitely worth [...]


  • Sarah

    Solid 3.5, giving it 4 since it's not widely reviewed on here. The plot and universe are amazing, but somehow, despite torture, murder, and imprisonment, the plot and characters are unrepentantly jolly. I never really worried about certain characters surviving, you know? Still a fun read, and it could be a great book for younger readers as well as adults. Just lacking a touch of dimension and threat.


  • Sarah

    bookwormblues/2015/08/


  • Andrew David Barker

    A grand imagination on display in this highly impressive debut novel. Heroic fantasy with a twist. Get it and be swept off into Elsewhere!


  • Andrew

    Full review at the Quill to Live: quilltolive.wordpress/201


  • Webwalker

    Its a good book, a pleasant read for a rainy day.


  • Suprada Urval

    A super fun, adorable book.


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