Wild Boy and the Black Terror review by Pikachu
Wild Boy and the Black Terror
by Rob Lloyd Jones
Age Range - 8 - 12
Genre - Historical Fiction

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Age at time of review - 10
Reviewer's Location - Elkwood, VA, United States
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Wild Boy and the Black Terror is the sequel to Wild Boy. This story takes place in London in 1842. Wild Boy was abandoned when he was a baby and is now on an accidental mission to save London. A killer stalks the city, leaving victims "struck with terror," then many dead. To save London, Wild Boy must make the hardest decision of his life, which may or may not make him lose the only friendship he has.

Opinion: 

Wild Boy and the Black Terror has become one of my favorite books. I liked the characters Wild Boy and Clarissa because of Wild Boy's detective skills and Clarissa's acrobatic skills. I liked the setting, because it made me feel like I was there.   I was able to read the book without getting lost, but I think it would have been better if I had started with the first book. It was an exciting book but it seemed to drag on in some spots. I recommend this book to people who like mysteries.
 
Rating:
4
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