|This book is in much the same vein as Ghostbusters International, except that it is set in the groups' regular hometown.|
I still do not like the artwork style at all. The characters had strangely pointy facial features that are really annoying. And I couldn’t ever tell Peter and Ray apart.
The cover photo appears to be of a Slimer with a female Ghostbuster from the recent gender bending movie. But there were no such characters in the book, so I'm not sure what that was all about.
There did seem to be more of a storyline to this installment, which was a welcome relief from International. But there were still too many side plots and characters that didn't seem to fit in or be going anywhere. Okay enough for a light read, but definitely not a lot here.
I received a free e-book galley of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.