Warren the 13th tiptoed across the roof of the Warren Hotel, causing the old slate tiles to clatter like bones. A crisp autumn wind snapped at his back, threatening to knock him off balance, but he kept going. A fall from the top of an eight-story building was the least of his worries. He had a chimney to repair.
Warren the 13th and the All-Seeing Eye is a middle grades fantasy adventure full of secrets, riddles, villains, good guys, and mysterious people.
I selected this book when I was a winner at Armchair BEA I thought my nephew would like the book. What I didn't realize was how much I would like the book. I don't read too many illustrated novels, but this one was really well done. The images and word art enhanced the story. I wish I had a final version because my advance copy didn't contain all the illustrations.
It was a really smart story that kept me engaged and looking forward to what would happen next. The riddles had me a bit stumped and I enjoyed how the mystery unfolded.
I wonder what the next adventure will be.
Warren the 13th would make a great present for a middle grades child or for a family to read together.
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available formats: ebook and print (224 pages)
published: November 2015 by Quirk Books
genres: fantasy, mystery
target audience: middle grades
read: November 2015
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