Thursday, October 1, 2015

J. Scott Savage's "Case File 13: Evil Twins"...A Book Review

Evil Twins (Case File 13, #3)*

I read J. Scott Savage's Case File 13: Evil Twins in one day. I downloaded the audiobook and listened to it on double speed. It took me just under three hours total.

It was a perfect book for me to read, a great way to enjoy a story in a short period of time.

If you're not familiar with J. Scott's Case File 13 series, it's written for middle graders, who want to read about scary things without being too scary. I like the books because they're fun and imaginative.

This book follows the same main characters found in books 1 and 2 of the series. Nick, Carter and Angelo find that after a failed camping trip, they are in possession of an amazing little creature. Because of their actions, they unknowingly unleash a plague upon their little community. The three must return the creature to its home in order to repair the damage.

This book continues the fun tradition Savage puts in all the Case File 13 books. So far he's tackled zombies and Frankenstein's monsters. In Book 3 the boys fight doppelgangers, but they're not just entities that look like someone else, they're baddies with evil powers. Savage creates lovable characters you root for and who show examples of courage at a young age.

If you're middle-grade child likes new adventures, give this series a try. And even if you're older, you may just want a nice break from your day and read a fun book. And if you download the audiobook and listen to it on double speed, it will only take you a couple of hours. It's time well spent!

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