I just don't like fiction stories that are obvious in their agendas or preachiness.
Absurd and Nonsense
First, of the 133 pages, 46 were blank.
I Really Enjoyed This Book
It started off strong and continued from there.
...and inventive, to be sure, but I had a difficult time with the level of violence and ignorance portrayed; especially as this is a middle-grade read.
A fictional guide...
...for young teens on how to start a business. In this instance, a waffle business.
For the father's in our lives, you are more unique and important than you realize. May your day be filled with the loved ones that blessed you with the title Father.
Happy Father's Day.
Reader left outside the story
The story was told in a manner of a narrator, or as if I were sitting with you and relaying facts of an event.
If you enjoy stories about demons, then you'll enjoy this one a lot.
The author definitely has a flair for this type of genre, but just as I would get going, enjoying the story, I'd stumble over a sentence that didn't make sense.
Example: He wore a white-dusty surcoat open in two neared his black trousers and long boots."
When you immediately encounter spelling errors in the Introduction, there isn't much hope that the author did a thorough job editing the book: reducing one "eating time", instead of reducing one's "eating time", and why did "eating time" need to be in quotes?
I scrolled to the first page and read about Fingers. My brow knitted but still I smiled because this extremely short reflection was but a few paragraphs in length.
...get a new cover, because this one is not great.
Each section was extremely well-written and researched.
There was a lot to appreciate about this story.
Despicable Character You Love to Hate
Stuart is a criminal and completely deplorable.
A Simple Read for Young Teens
A lot of tense jumping, which can confuse the reading and while the dialogue is juvenile, the story has potential.