Camp Midnight

Review:

Camp Midnight - Steven T. Seagle, Jason Katzenstein

Skye was going to spend the summer with her Dad and step-monster, but instead they send her off to summer camp. Caring parents as they are, she ends up on the wrong bus and is forced to spend her holidays in Camp Midnight, a summer camp of the paranormal variety.

 

While this is certainly a middle-grade graphic novel I wanted to read it as Steven T Seagle was involved with Big Hero 6, an animation movie that took me completely by surprise and ended up on my all time favorites. I also enjoyed Camp Midnight a lot, and while marketed to a younger audience, I’m quite confident it is not meant to scare even them. The art worked really well with it.

 

My only problem with it was that the ending felt a bit rushed, but of course it is difficult to put too much story in a limited number of pages.

 

Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!

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