October 05, 2019

#BookReview: Metal Mouth: Lightning Can Strike Twice by @thewriteengle

Synopsis: Don't you hate losing your place in your bathroom book? 

The Toilet Papers, Jr. is a short-story collection separated by word count so you can read a full story whether you have to go a little or a lot, with stories so funny and so scary, you'll have to read them on the toilet.

 From the imagination of award-winning author Jaimie Engle, author of The Toilet Papers: places to go, while you go, this is the perfect book for readers ages 8+ including excerpts from her popular novels for teens and preteens.
About the Author: JAIMIE ENGLE is the author of dark thrillers for teens where magic turns ordinary into extraordinary. She weaves history, magic, and lore into her books, which take readers on wondrous adventures, though her passion is talking to kids about writing and social issues because words have power. She loves coffee, cosplay, and making Wick Books® candles inspired by scents from her novels and for other indie authors so readers can Experience the Story! She lives in Florida with her awesome husband, hilarious children, and the world's best dog. Learn more at thewriteengle.com, where Jaimie is always working on her next book.

Rating: 🌟🌟🌟🌟
My Review: My the third chapter I was hooked and couldn't put this one down.  I chose this book for my reading this week because, I fell in love with the cover!  The story was very unique and that was a nice change to other titles that I have read.  The setting was our world I really enjoyed the references to Supernatural because I LOVE that show!!! 

The pacing was good for the story.  I really enjoyed the story up until the ending where it started to get a little boring.  But, the ending worked really well for the story.  If the author did another story set in this world I would love to read that one as well as getting an update to the characters in this one!  

The characters in this one were great and felt real.  I really didn't have a favorite character. I thought everyone felt pretty normal other than having this power. This one POV worked out well.  But, I would have really loved to see Dyson's POV as well.  

This book is all about connections. That you may loose them but they will always find a way to get back to you!! So stay strong! 

Overall, this science fiction title was good. I would recommend this one to kids from ages 8 to 12. As well as those who enjoy science fiction and storms. I can't wait to get my own copy! 

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