Saturday, 9 April 2011

Edie Amelia and the Monkey Shoe Mystery by Sophie Lee

I wanted to like this book more than I did.

It tried too hard to be quirky, sassy and unique. So it came across as being contrived and rather annoying instead. Maybe I was just having a bad day (see I'm still trying to give it a second chance!)

Edie was a likeable character and the mystery was an age appropriate adventure. But the author intruded too much for my liking.

Book 2 is due out next month.
 

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