Reviewed by Sophie (aged 10 And 3/4’s!)
Stuart, a ten year old boy who is very small, is on the lookout for his Great Uncle’s, Teeny Tiny Tony Horten, will. Tony Horten was a magician with some fantastic illusions, the will is hidden somewhere in the illusions and with the help of his friend April, Stuart must enter each illusion, complete the puzzle and come back home each illusion is a gate way to a magical adventure but without the missing will he can’t prove it which is a problem because someone else wants it badly to.
As well as reading this myself, my Dad has read it to me and my 8 year old brother in the evenings -we’ve all enjoyed it so I would say it’s suitable for all ages.
It doesn’t take long to get hooked into this book, especially after he goes into the first illusion, you can’t wait to find out what happens next! It’s a different storyline to many books I’ve read for my age group and I think that’s what’s made it so interesting to read It’s such an exciting and enjoyable story and I would certainly like to read Lissa Evan’s other book ‘Small Change for Stuart’ too.
I’d recommend this to everyone!
RRP: £5.99 (Paperback) / £2.99 (Kindle)
Available to buy from Amazon here.