Turns out book reviewers like goblins and trolls. Who knew?
With the launch for Tank & Fizz: The Case of the Slime Stampede only a few weeks again, reviews are rolling in and so far they’ve been slime-tastic.
Kirkus reviews gets gooey:
O’Donnell rolls out a slick subterranean caper flavored with a diverse nonhuman cast, topped off with a suspenseful scramble. Young readers will slurp up the gumshoes’ gooey first exploit with relish. And perhaps a few choco-slug cookies.
Canadian Materials digs Mike Deas amazing art (as they should!):
Tank and Fizz is an entertaining mystery narrative full of monsters, detectives, and magic.The story notably includes many incredible comic vignettes illustrated by Mike Deas to provide readers with a visual accompaniment to the events taking place in the text.
An enjoyable read! I look forward to book two in the series: Tank & Fizz: The Case of the Battling Bots.
Helen Kubiw, writing for the Quill & Quire has this to say:
O’Donnell knows how to weave the typical elements of detective stories such as multiple plot lines, red herrings and the usual suspects . . . a monstrously imaginative and funny read that launches a great new series.
And that’s only the tip of the paragraph from these amazing reviewers. Follow the links to read the rest of the reviews.
And remember it would be fantastic if you pre-ordered your copy of Tank & Fizz: The Case of the Slime Stampede, so you can be the first to get slimed!