Book Review: The Name of This Book is Secret by Pseudonymous Bosch


Genre: Fantasy
Ages: 10 and Up

This book was utterly amazing. At first, I thought it would be cheesy and uneventful but soon I was hooked onto the mystery and I was in love with the characters—well, the GOOD ones that is! I seriously couldn’t put this book down, and it genuinely brought out emotions in me. When the characters were scared, I was scared. When they were happy, I was happy. When they were sad, I was sad. I really enjoyed this book and I cannot wait to see what happens next!

            A Symphony of Smells, two unlikely heroes, an emergency backpack, and a dead magician’s journal. What does this all make? A recipe for disaster! Young Cass and Max-Ernest weren’t looking for trouble; they only wanted to see if they could help the poor old magician. But before they know it the worst villains in the world are after them, searching for a deadly secret. Now the two kids must work together to save themselves and everything they hold dear.

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