Books by Scott Mebus

Scott Mebus has been creating music, theater and fiction since he was 13 years old. His first comedy essay appeared in his school newspaper, which eventually led to him biting the hand that fed him with a parody issue. His first commission as a songwriter

Released: May 1, 2010

"The ultimate victory is credibly hard-won, and though the tale's internal logic doesn't bear close inspection, overall it's turned out to be a grand adventure. (Fantasy. 11-13)"
Mebus (probably) concludes his tangled but inventive epic, cranking up the struggle among New York City's supernatural residents to a climactic battle in Central Park. Read full book review >
Released: May 1, 2009

"Fans of the opener will be delighted to see Rory, Bridget, the awesome Spirit Dog Tucket, the clan of intrepid Battle Roaches and the rest back in action—but can only hope for less talk in future episodes. (Fantasy. 11-13)"
Mebus's romp through mythical "Manahatta" (Gods of Manhattan, 2008) becomes more of a slog in this sequel, but there are still enough oddball characters, scary villains and inspired one-liners to keep the plot ticking over. Read full book review >
Released: April 1, 2008

"Along with plenty of action, Mebus stuffs his pages with references to New York's history, draws most of the threads together in a suspenseful climax and provides a satisfying sense of resolution at the end while leaving plenty of issues for future episodes. (cast list, map) (Fantasy. 11-13)"
No sooner does 13-year-old Rory become aware of "Manahatta," the world of ghosts, monsters and spirits that twines through the familiar streets of New York City, than he is swept up in a tide of deadly intrigue in this uncommonly entertaining crossover debut. Read full book review >
THE BIG HAPPY by Scott Mebus
Released: June 21, 2006

"Wearying fluff."
News flash: Many men are afraid of commitment. Read full book review >
BOOTY NOMAD by Scott Mebus
Released: Feb. 1, 2004

"A medical first: a male writer with Bridget Jones Disease."
Bright lights, big city, single guy: tedious debut from performer and fringe TV personality Mebus. Read full book review >