Sunday, July 28, 2013
Viper Girl vs. The Poltergeist Pirate Opossum of Plundering Peril by Tony Saylor
Viper girl is enjoying an ordinary night playing her favorite video game. When she goes down to the kitchen to get a snack, she is shocked to discover a tall, thin ninja who has come to warn her that a ghostly pirate rodent is on his way to find her ... and its not to wish her well. The ninja comes bearing a gift -- something she'll need to defeat her foe. Then, the pirate shows up and Viper Girl's evening of comic weirdness and awesome adventure really begins!
Viper Girl vs. The Poltergeist Pirate Opossum of Plundering Peril is a cute children’s book. I love the author’s sense of humor. I also loved all the geeky video game references. I liked that the book defied the usual stereotype. Boys aren’t the only ones who can play video games. Girls can also play and kick butt while doing so. Also, girls can have nerdy interests such as live action role playing and ninjas. I thought the illustrations in the book were cute. I liked the author’s illustration style. It’s kind of funky and different. The fox was adorable. I look forward to reading the rest of the series. I recommend this book for younger gamers and the inner nerd in all of us.
I give Viper Girl vs. The Poltergeist Pirate Opossum of Plundering Peril: 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.