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Menshouse takes the traditional elements of urban fantasy and fits them into small-town Appalachia. Menshouse has written an excellent debut novel whose characters and dialog rings true to life.  An entertaining book for tweens & YA.

-San Francisco Book Review
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Ashland Menshouse’s children’s adventure, the Last Seer and the Tomb of Enoch, tells an intriguing tale with an enjoyable cast of characters. An intrepid team of high-school misfits ends up battling bullies, ghosts, bigfoots, and more as the picturesque peace of Lake Julian succumbs to mysterious changes and falls prey to ancient evil. A nice mix of backgrounds and ethnicities lends a pleasing sense of contemporary America to the novel, and the various problems the misfits face place …
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