Game Over, Pete Watson by Joe Schreiber ~ Book Review

Book Description: 

When videogame obsessed Pete Watson discovers his dad is not only a super-spy but has been kidnapped and is now trapped inside a video game, he has to use his super gaming skills and enter the game to rescue him.  Will he be able to save his friends and family and the entire world from giant mechanical cockroaches and a massive cyber attack set to take down the world's network?  And if he succeeds, who will save Pete from his massive crush on Callie Midwood?   

From the comedic mind of Joe Schreiber (Lenny Cyrus School Virus, Au Revoir Crazy European Chick, Perry's Killer Playlist), comes an action-packed Alex Rider-meets-Greg Heffley middle grade romp that grabs readers by the funny bone and doesn't let go! Illustrated throughout with black and white comic drawings by Andy Rash.

Purchase a copy through Thomas Allen & Son Ltd.

About the Author:

Joe Schreiber is the New York Times bestselling author of adult novels Death Troopers, Chasing the Dead, and Eat the Dark. His other novels for young people include, the critically acclaimed Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick, Perry's Killer Playlist, and Lenny Cyrus, School Virus. He lives in Pennsylvania with his wife and children.

Review: (done by P who is 9yrs old)

I thought this book was very interesting because it is about video games and I love to play video games. I liked the pictures because they were funny, some were half human, half bugs/animals. That made me laugh. This book is sort of like a dairy that Pete is writing. He write a lot of funny titles to the chapters and tells about himself and his best friend Wesley. The story is about their friendship. My favourite part of the book was when Wesley, Pete and Callie unveiled Mr Midwood who is Callie's dad. I think its appropriate for the age level 9-12.

I give the book 5 out of 5 stars.

~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Genuine Jenn. I received a copy of the above book for review purpose. All opinions are honest and my own.*~


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