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.


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.

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