The Counterfeit Father review by RockinR4
The Counterfeit Father
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Adventure

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Age at time of review - 11
Reviewer's Location - Amarillo, Tx, United States
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13-year-old Tony Pandy has always lived in the lap of luxury. Even though he owns a massive estate and has his own pet monkey, he still isn't happy. Being confined to a wheelchair, Tony spends his time flirting with his fantasy girlfriend, starting opinion wars online, or talking to his mom through an intercom. But when Tony's mom hires a new health aid for him, his life is turned upside-down. Then, when a mysterious trust threatens everything, Tony Pandy must ride on an old, broken-down motorcycle to save not only his estate, but also to find out who he really is. Can Tony pull it off in time to save everything he has ever known? Or will Tony Pandy be forced to leave his whole life behind? Find out in: The Counterfeit Fathersmiley

Opinion: 

This book was a blast to read! From the first sentence, I was hooked. It was one of the funniest action-packed mysteries I've ever read! I hope this book becomes a series, because I'd love to know all the other adventures Tony experiences. Thanks PV Lundqvist for an awesome read and to LitPick for allowing me the opportunity to review the story!!

This story was so very close to a 5 star rating, but I felt compelled to give it only 4 stars because, in my opinion, it needed more information about the trust.  Knowing exactly what the trust was and why or how it could affect him so drastically would have made this story easier to follow, comprehend, and much more intense.  With that info included, this would have easily been one of the top 5 books on my "Best Ever Read" list !!  Still a great book nonetheless.  

Rating:
4
Content Rating:

Content rating - nothing offensive

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In this book there was nothing that I personally found offensive. In my opinion, this book was wonderful and included no material that someone might find offensive.
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