The Curse of the Wendigo (Monstrumologist) - Rick Yancey
Dang, Yancey really knows how to bring a story to a climax. I think it was even more intense than in The Monstrumologist, which is saying something.

Again, Will Henry's relationship with the doctor is the most intriguing part of this novel. The secondary characters had a lot more to them this time around, which I did like, but Will Henry and the Monstrumologist shone again, and I can't even explain how glad I am that their relationship was still fresh and brilliant and confusing and sometimes horrible. Great writing.

I think things did get a bit lengthy, and by the end of the novel I was really tired of Will Henry having to be saved all the time because he's gone through so much already and I'm sure Yancey's got a whole lot more in the plans to torture him with in the next one.

Anyways, still pretty terrifying, although I was less satisfied with the more ambiguous ending on this one. I tell you, though, these books are digging up some macabre streak in me I didn't know I had: I'm now watching zombie shows and getting more books that'll scare the potatoes outta me. Yancey's got a way with making stories that stick with you and making you want more. I'm glad I rented the next one right away!