Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Book Review: Benny and Omar (Benny Shaw, Book 1), by Eoin Colfer

Benny and Omar (Benny Shaw, book 1)
By: Eoin Colfer
ISBN-10: 0141323280
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Benny detests the idea of moving to North Africa with his family for his dad’s job, and when they arrive, he isn’t any happier. The weather is hot, the culture completely foreign, and hardly anyone speaks English. When Benny stumbles upon a young native boy whose name is Omar, Benny’s life instantly becomes loads better as Omar drags him from one crazy adventure to the next.

It contains:

• Mild profanity
• Benny has a crush on a girl
• A couple of chase scenes

Benny and Omar is a humorous and, for the most part, clean contemporary novel. Fans of Eoin Colfer shouldn’t have a problem with this book that is just as witty as the Artemis Fowl series. Benny and Omar can be read as a standalone, but there is a sequel titled Benny and Babe.

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