Jack Templar and the Monster Hunter Academy Blog Tour


Jack Templar and the Monster Hunter Academy (Book 2)

After barely surviving the onslaught of monsters that tried to kill him the day before his fourteenth birthday, Jack Templar leaves his hometown on a quest to rescue his father and discover the truth about his past. Joined by his friends Will and T-Rex, and led by Eva, the mysterious one-handed monster hunter, Jack sets out for the Monster Hunter Academy where he hopes to find answers to his questions. Little does he suspect that the Academy is filled with dangers of its own, many of them more terrifying than anything he’s faced so far.



Jack Templar: Monster Hunter

Orphan Jack Templar has no memory of his parents and only the smallest details from his Aunt Sophie about how they died. The day before Jack’s fourteenth birthday, things start to change for him. At first it’s great: A sudden new strength helps him defend his nose-picking friend “T-Rex” from the school bully, and even his crush, Cindy Adams, takes notice. But then a mysterious girl named Eva arrives and tells him two facts that will change his life forever. First, that he’s the descendent of a long line of monster hunters and he’s destined to be in the family business. Second, that there’s a truce between man and monster that children are off-limits…until their fourteenth birthday! Jack has only one day before hundreds of monsters will descend on his little town of Sunnyvale and try to kill him.

As if that weren’t enough, things get even more complicated when Jack discovers that the Lord of the Creach (as the monsters are collectively known) holds a personal grudge against him and will do anything to see that Jack has a slow and painful death. To stay alive and save his friends, Jack will have to battle werewolves, vampires, harpies, trolls, zombies and more. But perhaps the most dangerous thing he must face is the truth about his past. Why do the other hunters call him the last Templar? Why do they whisper that he may be the “One?” Why do the monsters want him dead so badly? Even as these questions plague him, he quickly discovers survival is his new full-time job and that in the world of monster hunters, nothing is really what it seems.


Awards for Jack Templar Monster Hunter

Book of the Year Finalist by Forward Magazine


Next Generation Indie Book Finalist

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Indie Excellence Finalist


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Parents Choice Recommended Book Award

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Author Jeff Gunhus

Jeff Gunhus grew up in Cyprus, Greece, and Saudi Arabia where there was a distinct lack of television. He quickly found books were the gateway to incredible adventures, fascinating characters and unbelievable discoveries. Now, with five children of his own (all who watch too much television, in his opinion), he has enjoyed revisiting his old books and reliving those adventures all over again.


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June 19th

I Am A Reader, Not A Writer – Guest Post

Emma Michaels – Review

Repeat Reads – Review

Julie Antonovich Reece – Spotlight

A Year of Jubilee Reviews – Spotlight

Bookmarks, Spoilers and Happily Ever After – Spotlight


June 20th

Crafty Zoo – Guest Post

Walking on Bookshelves – Review

The Book Ninja – Review

Cu’s e-Book Giveaways – Spotlight


June 21st

Sher A Hart: Written Art – Review

Spellbindings – Excerpt

Melissa MacKinnon – Spotlight

Best Kids’ Reads – Review


June 22nd

Bookworm Lisa – Review

Mungai and the Goa Constrictor – Spotlight


June 23rd

Christy’s Cozy Corner – Review


June 24th

Cami Checketts – Review

Reviews by Martha’s Bookshelf – Review

Froze8’s Blog – Spotlight


June 25th

Freda’s Voice – Review

readalot – Review

Mel’s Shelves – Review


June 26th

Mom with a Kindle – Review

Sweeping Me – Spotlight


June 27th

A Casual Reader’s Blog – Review

The Preppy Girl in Pink – Review & Author’s Week Post


June 28th

Laurie’s Thoughts and Reviews – Review

Mythical Books – Review

The Cover Contessa – Review

Mother Daughter & Son Book Reviews – Review