Hello book buddies. How’s life?? How are you today?? All good?? Here I am back again with a brand new book review. This book is super close to my heart because this book made my exams time so relaxing and awesome that I can’t even express it. This book is the world’s best monster book. As you can guess from all this craziness that I am in love with this book so obviously the review will be positive. So let me not waste your precious time and start with this awesome review. Let’s go, shall we??
Books are my life and sometimes when you find books so great as this one, you ask for nothing but the second part of it. I am in total love with this book and it’s author’s writing style. This book deserves all the love and respect any big and famous book gets because it is something that I haven’t read all my life. So let’s start with the review before I review the whole book in the introduction. Let’s go…
Author: Jason R. Lady.
Publisher: Black Rose Writing, 2019.
Genre: Fantasy Fiction, Juvenile Fiction, Action & Adventure.
Chapter: 10 Chapters.
Pages: 174 Pages.
Series: might be, information not out yet.
Time: 3 hours and 15 minutes.
Publishing / Published: 26 December 2019.
Challenge: Not included in any Challenge.
Sixth-grader Brad makes the mistake of drawing instead of paying attention in class. When Brad’s parents ground him from drawing, his bratty little brother Daley rubs it in. Later that night, Brad is surprised when a mysterious crow delivers a pen to his bedroom window. Missing his beloved drawing and frustrated with his brother, Brad uses the pen to draw a Daley-Destroyer, a giant slimy green creature that he envisions “getting” Daley. To Brad’s surprise, the pen is a magic pen, and the Daley-Destroyer comes to life, just as he imagined it, slime and all, and starts going after Daley! To makes things worse, only he and Daley can see it! Can Brad erase his monster problem before it’s too late?
Goodreads: 4.67/5 Stars.
Amazon: 4.6/5 Stars.
Barnes & Noble: 5/5 Stars.Taken from specific sources.
Drawing in the class gets Brad into trouble with his teacher and parents. His parents take all his drawings and sketch pens because his brother backstabs him. When a crow brings Brad a magical pen, in anger he draws a monster that’s main aim is to destroy his younger brother Daley. The magic pen brings the monster alive and the monster starts planning to destroy Daley and it’s up to Brad to stop him before the monster attacks.
This book was mind-blowing. I loved it so much. It’s one of my favourites in the fantasy genre. The concept was fantastic. The writing was awesome. I loved each and every character that the author presented. This story is so fresh and unique. A boy loves drawing and he gets into trouble for it. This portrays the reality of schools, you are never allowed to do anything of your own choice. The only thing the school wants you to do is study and when a boy breaks the rule, he is punished. That anger leads him into drawing a dangerous monster for his young backstabbing brother and then starts the funny and weird journey to rescue Daley after the monster comes alive. This gets crazier. The author illustrates his character’s love for drawing very easily and smoothly. I must say that this book is my favourite Juvenile Fiction. Don’t go on its cover and say it’s childish because inside the cover lies a crazy story full of love, adventure and monsters.
On that note, I would like to end this review saying that this book is a must-try. It is worth a whole day of book club discussion and its pretty obvious why I gave 5 stars. This book wasn’t too stretched or short, just perfect. No loopholes nothing wrong. It was a perfect 5-star worthy book. I wish there is a second book.
So that’s it for today. I hope you liked this review. I am really looking forward to a second book from this author and I think you should try it too. I will take your leave but until next time…
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