"Fun Children's Story" The Great Timelock Disaster by @cleemckenzie #review #fantasy

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The Great Time Lock Disaster

Sequel to Alligators Overhead

Written by C. Lee McKenzie

Genre(s): Middle Grade Fantasy

There's nothing’s more dangerous than a wizard-in-training. And Pete Riley, has just proven it. He's worked a bad time spell--a very bad time spell.

No YouTube, no smoothies, no Manga. Not ever again. Not unless Pete figures out how to reverse his spell and free Weasel and him from Victorian England.

He has until the next full moon. Only a few days.

Tick. Tock.

Saff's Review

Fun Children's Story

This is a fun little adventure with some magic and wonder thrown in. The characters were likable and the pacing was good. Minimal typos, thorough editing, and a fun plot made this an enjoyable story.

This was a good read but my review is based on this being a children's book because there were a few things that just wouldn't fly in an adult's book, but seeing as it's aimed at children it's probably not such a big deal. Some story inconsistencies niggled at me a bit, like trying to work out how big this alligator was if it could fit inside a carriage but could also knock over grown men... and a couple of others, but like I said, I don't think the intended audience would pick up on, or be bothered by, these kinds of issues.

Overall it was very enjoyable and if you're looking for a fun children's book, I definitely recommend this one.

Disclaimer: Book provided by the author free of charge in exchange for an honest review.