Avril Crump and Her Amazing Clones review by RC
Avril Crump And Her Amazing Clones
by Angela Woolfe
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Adventure

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Age at time of review - 10
Reviewer's Location - Eastchester, NY, United States
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In this book, Avril Crump is like a pastry. She is very sweet, round, chubby and bald. She always seems to be thinking of food. In a lab accident, she gets landed with three clones, and numerous adventures. Trying to keep the clones inconspicuous is hard enough, being a talking dog, an wimpy general, and a very intelligent girl, without an insane scientist trying to kill them. The four friends meet several people on their journeys, some of them friendlier than the next.

Opinion: 

This book was alright. It was very fast paced, but slow reading. My favorite thing about the book was the different characters. It was a hard book to get into, and it remained that way the whole time. I didn't love the book, but you may find that you like it.

Rating:
3
Content Rating:

Content rating - nothing offensive
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