Monday, August 12, 2013
Viper Girl's Killer Cake and Cookie Catastrophe by Tony Saylor
Viper Girl and her pet fox, Logan, are preparing to watch their favorite cartoon marathon. Viper Girl knows she's going to need to keep her energy level up to stay focused for all the fun, so she decides to bake a little snack to keep her going. But her attempt to make a sugary treat yields some surprising results, and Viper Girl is once again called upon to save the day!
Viper Girl’s Killer Cake and Cookie Catastrophe was a good sequel to Viper Girl Vs The Poltergeist Opossum of Plundering Peril. I love that the illustrations were in color this time. Viper Girl looks like Hatsune Miku from Vocaloid. This sequel had even more nerdy references that I enjoyed. I must find out if Super Mario Shark Attack is real (I googled it after I wrote this, and sadly found out that it is not real). I like the second recipe in the book. It was witty and it made me chuckle. I hope the author continues to write more books in this series and that the adventures get more exciting each time.
I give Viper Girl’s Killer Cake and Cookie Catastrophe: 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.