I know it’s a children’s book, and they are very simplistic, but that’s no excuse for the lack of creativity. I felt like I read a different version of the same chapter over and over.

Being a children’s book, it should have offered some prose that could expand a child’s literary mind, or at least find a way to appeal to the intended audience’s feelings of wonderment and misunderstanding about the world and perhaps reach out a hand of comfort. But, that didn’t happen. It just talked about him “calling on the stars” and the ugliness of Demons until we reach the predictable and anti-climatic end.

Not a fan.

1.75 out of 5.


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