By Chad Morris
So my son is quite the reader . . . at least when a book excites him. His aunt gave him Peter Nimble and it took a few months before he looked into it. When he did, he was done in no time. I personally haven't read it yet, but my ten-year-old gives it his complete endorsement. I asked him to type up a review. Here it is:
The amazing review of Peter Nimble and his Fantastic eyes
I got a book from my aunt. This is what I thought. At first it sounded like a biography about a blind thieve named Peter Nimble but when he was sent on a quest to find the vanished kingdom with a new knight friend, Sir Tobe a human stuck in a cat/horse body, it got exiting. He met a giant dogfish. And got stuck in the Just Desert, fighting ravens, and finding the kingdom, but very peculiar while investigating he found himself on the wanted list. And found what was peculiar there were no children and a twist (SPOILER ALERT) the king is an imposter he has talking apes, dragons, and sea serpents and to find that he was the missing prince. It’s your turn to read.
There you have it, straight from the target audience.
So there you go. One more recommendation for a good book. Feel free to recommend any others . . . especially for my boy.