Treasure Lost review and Candy

Candy has posted her review of Candy wars on her website Candy Raves (lots of Candy!):


And I just received another review for Treasure Lost:

4.0 out of 5 stars For Kids from 8 to 80, October 10, 2010
By BigAl (With Carmen Sandiego) s
Amazon Verified Purchase
This review is from: Treasure Lost (Kindle Edition)

Although the obvious audience for Treasure Lost is probably 8-12 year old boys, this rollicking journey has something for everyone. What boy isn’t up for a little swashbuckling adventure? When I read this I was looking for something entertaining and a lighter read than a typical adult novel, which it was. Yet the story was still engaging for an adult. As with the authors previous book, Candy Wars: The Tooth Fairies vs The Candy King, there are valuable lessons and morals hidden in the story – things that even adults can stand to be reminded about.

Another talent the author has is the ability to communicate action with sound rather than description. This technique has to be seen (or read) to be understood. Young readers have a great time reading these sounds aloud while they unknowingly practice their teacher’s admonitions to “sound it out”. Just when you’re convinced that “Treasure Lost” couldn’t possibly come to a satisfying ending a few loose threads come together for the perfect conclusion.

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