The Fearless Travelers’ Guide to Wicked Places Book review

The Fearless Travelers' Guide to Wicked Places Book Cover The Fearless Travelers' Guide to Wicked Places
Pete Begler
Children's book
Capstone Young Readers
(March 1, 2017)
Paperback & Hardcover
384

Age Range: 9 - 12 years
Grade Level: 4 - 8

Review

This is a children's horror story well written,it is the most astonishing children's book I have read in a long time and it is done with such eloquence.  It tells of the adventure of Nel, her brothers Speedy and George and their neighborhood friend into the realms of dreams and other wicked places, in their efforts to save the children's mother and all the others the dark daughters had stolen.

This story is filled with suspense, drama and the right amount of mystery with a whole lot of excitement, a train full of it, so feel free to take a ride on this adventurous journey, it's a train ride you won't soon forget or get bored of, this book was written with style, I love it, great job.

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