Author: Joseph Beekman
Page count: 88
Genre: Young Adult, Super-Cute-Robots
My rating: 5/5
Publisher: Stone Tablet Tales
Published: February 23, 2012
Summary: With the discovery of a "legendary" pumpkin patch in the dark of the deadwoods, the witch returns in this second installment to the tale of magic and metal. The Land of Iron and Anvil is once again threatened by the dark magic of the witch, and the little robot, Anvil, along with some new and old friends, must venture into the shadowy lands of the realm to stop her wicked ways...and seal her fate.
My ThoughtsLittle adorable robot... Is it a problem when I’m in love with a cute adorable robot. Yeah I don’t see a single problem with it. >_> Can you tell which character became my favorite then poor little guy ends up.... Yeah I’m not saying, you’ll have to read it to find out. Yep I’m going to... Start part two of the review now. :)
So the amount of detail made seeing the characters, setting, everything easy to see and when that happens it means.... Less confused reviewer.
I loved how all the characters were strongly written and well I normally don’t like all the characters in story. This one I did. Even reading it over a couple day period since I kept getting interrupted by real life problems.
So the amazing thing about this book it can be a stand alone novel, but it also has more meaning for people that have read the first book.
The bad witch is well bad. WHo knew taking a pumpkin from the middle of the woods could cause this much trouble... From ghost taking over children's bodies because the witch forced them into it, to journey over vast amounts of land. Mainly swamps, canyons, and... Not telling the rest. This is a read that can entertain all ages. :)
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