• The Super Nice Monster Squad

  • By: Simon Carr
  • Narrated by: Tim Alexander
  • Length: 2 hrs and 51 mins
  • 5.0 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Real Monsters Are Not Afraid to Wear Pink! 

Dracula looks on in horror at the monster's duck pouting on Instagram: teen vampires glistening in the sun with fabulous hair, werewolves with hipster beards.... 

He decides enough is enough. He will salvage the monster image with the monsters of old, and remind the world that they are so much more than fantasy objects for teenage girls. 

Standing in Dracula’s way to world domination, are the children of his old enemies who have grown up, well, a bit snowflakey. 

The Apocalypse is upon us.
Good versus evil.
Monster versus monster.
It is this Wednesday.
Bring a packed lunch.

©2021 Simon Carr (P)2021 Simon Carr

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Vampires, werewolves, undead, and social media...

Simon Carr created a world much like our own, but with vampires, werewolves, and undead. Social media success and jealousy lead to betrayal and our story. Imagine werewolves in a Vidal Sassoon hair commercial for starters. Hilarious as always and I look forward to Simon's next story! Audio Version: Tim Alexander does a great job with the narration and his humor also shows in the final product.

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TOO FUNNY MONSTERS!!

In a few words, this was freaking HILARIOUS. My 18 year old son and I have gone to listening to books while we take long car rides and walks together. We started this one a little bit back, but finally were able to finish on a car ride to pick berries Friday.

This is about some nice monsters, Dracula, and his not liking he's not the most popular monster. We have zombies, werewolves, the Kraken, vampires, and witches.

Simon Carr writes the funniest stuff, you must check this one and any other he does out ASAP.

Oh and the narration was TOO MUCH..

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Fun monster story

Who new monsters could be nice and combine together and this story is a fun story of people coming together

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Raucous Humor

This was my first experience with Simon Carr's work, and it was quite unexpected. I described this story as raucous humor because there were times that I found the humor to be over-the-top and almost deliberately offensive, but there were also some genuinely funny moments. The whole idea of writing a story where Dracula decided to make the world afraid of monsters was humorous; however, some of the language and described scenes were not always suitable for younger readers. Tim Alexander's narration was great and added entertainment to the story. I was given a free copy of the audiobook and I have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Kevin Cannon
  • 01-25-22

Werewolves & Vampires & Zombies Oh My!

What happens when monsters start to be perceived as cuddly and nice? Count Dracula isn't happy and flies over to America to kill the loveable undead kids who started the trend following their parents being cursed.

What follows is an all out war between scary and not so scary monsters of every kind.

Written with a high level of humour, a deluge of bad language and plenty of adult only content this was at times laugh out loud funny and at others a head in hands groan-a-thon.

A fun novella with a narrator who throws himself into both the characters and the humour with abandon.

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  • Janalyn
  • 11-27-21

A funny book with an even funnier plot!

When a vampire in the Shapeshifting wolf want to be together and even tell Frank and Stan it is 1785 he should get with the times there a modern couple. He gets the local witch to cast a curse so any children they have will not be feared by anyone. Hundreds of years later the couple is living in LA and have three children a vampire, a wolf and a zombie and they’re the most popular influencers on social media and even a appear in commercials. Dracula isn’t happy when he finds out abot no one fearing them he is even more unhappy when he finds out he cannot take any weapons with them to LA to murder the couple. So instead he shows up at their house knocks on the door while they’re eating dinner and tell them we will be back with a hord of vampires and a horde of zombies and then the biggest monster he knows.When Dracula leaves the mom and dad waste no time leaving town because they are cowards. The kids on the other hand call all the zombies they know to the football field and then consult with their aunt who is a witch and in love with a pig man… That is a side plot but still hilarious. Will the kids be ableTo defeat Dracula and his armies of ghouls? This storyso funny I love Simon please forgive any grammatical errors as I dictate my reviews and dictation tends to make me look like an idiot!

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  • Nick
  • 08-28-21

Classic characters reinvented

Yet another great adventure from Simon carr. I love the old classic characters from horrors duking it out in this. Brilliant story