Book Review: The Doppelganger Chronicles: The Secret of Indigo Moon

 

The Doppelganger Chronicles  The Secret of Indigo Moon
By: G.P. Taylor

Eric Morrissey Ganger and his two friends, twins, Saskia and Sadie Dopple embark on another adventure when they discover secret tunnels beneath Dunstan’s School for Wayward Children. They meet an old enemy and make the acquaintance of a shifty private eye while exploring the tunnel and missing treasure. Their interfering could lead to the destruction of them all if they don’t find the answers first.

This is a good book for juvenile readers with lots of action and twists and turns that will keep them involved and guessing until the very end. Long sections of text are broken up with pages of cartoon like drawings to lead the reader through the adventure. As an adult I didn’t particularly like this, but it is sure to capture the short attention span of the juvenile reader. The characters are engaging and the story line plausible so the reader will stay interested. There is a touch of spirituality that doesn’t slap the reader in the face, but subtly suggests a higher power at work in the lives of the kids. The kids learn about trust and about themselves as they embark on this mystery.

For the juvenile reader I highly recommend this book.

Happy Reading and God Bless,

Christina Weigand

I Review For The Tyndale Blog Network
http://mediacenter.tyndale.com/

FTC Blogger Guidelines

To comply with new regulations introduced by the Federal Trade Commission, please mention as part of every Web or Amazon review that Tyndale House Publishers has provided you with a complimentary copy of this book or ARC.

 

Leave a Reply