Monday, 13 November 2017

Geronimo Stilton - Review

 Review of Fangs and Feasts in Transratania
I was delighted to receive a copy of this spooky book 'Fangs and Feasts in Transratania' and thoroughly enjoyed the book too. Apologises for the review being late and not in the 'spooky' halloween week I'd hoped to, due to computer glitches!



After a mysterious phone call from his cousin Trap, Geronimo sets off for Ratoff in spooky Transratania. The garlic-fuelled town holds many mysteries, not least the residents of Ratoff Castle. Maybe it's the way they sleep during the day, maybe it's the blood-red drink they have with every meal, but there's something not quite right about them ...Who are these mice? And will Geronimo manage to survive the night? For children aged 5-7 and also available as part of a 10 book box set.

 
My review
 
Delightfully fun read, this book was immensely enjoyed. A spooky story to be enjoyed at halloween and throughout the year. Geronimo is a likeable character and it made me want to read more books in the series. The book was fun and delightful to read. It flowed and the story had purpose. Perfect adventure series for the 5-7 age group. I would recommend to keep all children engaged and amused.


More about the author...



He's a mouse, what more can I say! There are many books in the series. He is a popular mouse for sure.

Born in New Mouse City, Mouse Island, GERONIMO STILTON is Rattus Emeritus of Mousomorphic Literature and of Neo-Ratonic Comparative Philosophy. For the past twenty years, he has been running The Rodent's Gazette, New Mouse City's most widely read daily newspaper. Stilton was awarded the Ratitzer Prize for his scoops on The Curse of the Cheese Pyramid and The Search for Sunken Treasure. He has also received the Andersen 2000 Prize for Personality of the Year. One of his bestsellers won the 2002 eBook Award for world's best ratlings' electronic book. His works have been published all over the globe. In his spare time, Mr. Stilton collects antique cheese rinds and plays golf. But what he most enjoys is telling stories to his nephew Benjamin.

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