Both books are illustrated by the author, these add a lot to both stories. Whilst I was provided with a review copy of the book all of the opinions expressed are my own. You are commenting using your WordPress.
The Lost Journals of Benjamin Tooth [Paperback]
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Image via benjamintooth. I have a love for book covers that look like old journals of any sort. What caught my attention next was the name of the author.
server1.ttexdon.com/wp-content/2019-10-16/1539-speed-dating-salamanca.php Mackenzie Crook is more than just an author in fact, I had no idea he even wrote books! You may know him from his roles in Pirates of the Caribbean and Finding Neverland. He's also only 11 years old.
Right from the start, Benjamin is a strange and funny young man. The book you find yourself reading is filled with Benjamin's thoughts, findings and descriptions of the strange meals he eats for dinner.
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He describes his life with his mother and great-grandfather. We eventually see Benjamin alone and making his way through the world on his own while chasing his crazy dreams and plans. The Windvale Sprites is the story of mythical creatures but Benjamin is the one who discovers them and records his findings. This is another reason, besides the clever writing and engaging story, that The Lost Journals is a fun read for adults as well as kids.
The detail and thoughts that young Benjamin shares are so engrossing that you won't want to put this book down. The book gets a little dark towards the end and may upset young readers.