Monday, 21 April 2014

Infinity Drake - The sons Of Scarlatti *Review*

**Guest Reviewer** 

Today I am writing a review on the blog for the book i was recently asked to read for Harper Collins, My name is Kimmy and i am Tillys big sister.

Book Details

416 pages
Publisher: HarperCollinsChildren'sBooks (27 Feb 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0007521588
ISBN-13: 978-0007521586

Humour and high adventure combine in the biggest action debut in years – even if its characters are very small.
Infinity Drake – aka Finn – is off on holiday with his mad scientist uncle when they are summoned to a crisis meeting. Scarlatti, a lethal bio-weapon – an ϋber-wasp killing machine – has been released by a pitiless villain, with incalculable consequences for mankind.

UNLESS Uncle Al can shrink a military team to track down and kill the beast. But then disaster strikes – sabotage! Finn gets shrunk to 9mm and has to jump in a tiny Apache helicopter with three soldiers in a desperate race to destroy the beast that's out there, very angry and many times their size…

Author Bio

John McNally lives in an imaginary world where everything turns out okay in the end. 
He began screenwriting to avoid wondering what he would be when he grew up and found himself trapped in 'development hell' for many years. Eventually he started work on a tunnel and managed to escape into the world of children's books.

Infinity Drake: The Sons Of Scarlatti is the first in a new series of adventure books: age range All Mankind / Womankind.

What did i think of the book?

When i read this book i thought it was a good book however not my cup of tea as i am 21 but would strongly recommend this book for children around the age of 10-12, especially those who enjoy science fiction and action type books.

This story contains lots of twists and turns and the characters are all memorable and unique and we cant help but love them and therefore want to carry on reading to see if they will succeed. The storyline is easy to follow and gets into the action quickly and is full of both action and humor.

The book contains subtitles stating things such as date, time and location of the next scene making it seem as if we are on the mission with Fin and making us become drawn into the storyline and therefore want to read more.

Overall i think that this is a good book for the target audience.

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