Can he track down the evil Count Batcular and save Natty... before it's too late?
Everything! Hired to check out sightings of a ghost dog, the friends uncover the terrifying legend of the Hell Hound. Anyone who is seen by this terrible beast is struck with a death curse. So when Sammy's best friend Mark runs into the deadly dog, Sammy knows he doesn't have long to figure out how to save him!
But his luck has just run out - his entire family has been infected with a werewolf virus! Now his mum, dad and sisters are howling at the moon, craving raw meat and, worst of all, trying to infect Sammy!
Luckily, Donny and Red - a crack team who investigate animals that don't exist - are on hand to help. But with an evil professor determined to take over Feral Zoo and no known cure for the virus, things aren't looking good for Sammy!
Soon the egg hatches, and Sammy comes face to face with a tiny golden dragon. And, it seems to think he's its dad!
Sammy needs answers, and he needs them fast - who sent the dragon, and why? It's not long before Sammy realises he's in more danger than he could ever imagine...
Ever since Sammy discovered that there are crazier animals in the world than just lemurs and lions, his life has become pretty weird. So when a Mongolian Death Worm turns up at his zoo, he's not that surprised. The Death Worm needs help: his best friend, Bert the Yeti Chief, has gone missing.
Can Sammy summon the Ministry of Yetis and rescue Bert? He's going to need help from his old friends Donny and Red, not to mention a very reluctant Wish Frog...
An action-packed adventure for the Wimpy Kid generation.
»Når man læser en spøgelseshistorie, kan man jo ikke undgå spørgsmålet: var bogen uhyggelig? Og ja, det var den. DEN BLÅ DAME havde den helt rigtige spøgelseshistorie-stemning, komplet med mærkelige lyde, skraben på døre, mystiske beskeder brændt ned i gulvet og skræmmende ting i spejlene. Og endnu bedre: den foregår på en kostskole. Kostskolestemning + spøgelseshistorie er alle tiders kombination, og det fungerede virkelig godt i den her bog.«
**** - Sus’ Bogblog