Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Little Orphan Anvil by Joseph Beekman

A Tale of Magic and Metal...

A tale of an orphaned robot and its journey to help save a realm from the rule of an evil witch. When the Land of Iron and Anvil is brought to ruin by a wicked storm, the robot becomes lost in the wilds of the lands. But after being discovered by a little boy and his dog, the robot is reunited with its creator and together they set off to the Land of Shadows to free a group of orphans from the dark magic of the witch…and save an entire realm from her rule!

My Thoughts:
I really liked Little Orphan Anvil. At 139 pages, it was a short read. The book only took me about an hour to read. The plot was fast paced and fun. There was never a boring moment where I wanted to put the book down. I loved hearing about all of the different lands. The land of Iron and Anvil was my favorite. I didn’t find any spelling, grammar, or punctuation mistakes when I was reading. I liked all of the characters. When I was reading the book, I pictured the robot as the robot from Clannad for some reason. My favorite character was Will. He was extremely wise. He was willing to risk his life for a bunch of children he had never met before. I also liked Ranger. He was devoted to Sonny. The book didn’t end with any loose ends. I’m not sure how there will be a sequel. Never the less, I am excited to dive into it. I recommend Little Orphan Anvil for anyone from 12 to 112. 

I give Little Orphan Anvil: 5/5.

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I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. I was in no way compensated for this review.

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