Sunday, April 17, 2011

Review: The Secret of Indigo Moon


GP Taylor

Well we received this book on Monday and by Tuesday my son had completed it, so I’d say it’s a pretty engrossing book. My son is 10 (almost 11) and according to him it didn’t have a strong Christian theme, but at the same time, it’s not a bad book.

The book involves two separate mysteries that take place at an all girl school and involves a young boy who’s been abandoned by his dad. The storyline really comes together at the conclusion of the book, up until then it’s hard to know what’s going to happen. That’s the purpose of a mystery, right?

This is the second book in the Dopple Ganger Chronicles and although my son didn’t read the first one he had no problem picking up and reading the second one. The Dopple Ganger Chronicles are written by G.P. Taylor. Book 2 of the Dopple Ganger Chronicles is called The Secret of Indigo Moon and it’s a 291 page hardback book with amazing graphics. The cost of the book is $19.99. The pages are mostly black with white lettering which in my opinion was a nice twist.

This book would be great for guys and gals who aren’t really big on reading and prefer a lot of pictures. It’s not a comic book but it does have a lot of comic type pages so it’s extremely easy for them to follow along and get a good visual picture of what’s happening.

If you would like to get your copy of this book, visit Tyndale House Publishers.

**Disclaimer: In exchange for my honest review Tyndale House Publishers has provided me with a complimentary copy of this book.

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