Okay, so the fantasy author of a book cannot turn down another book about a talking monkey. There, my bias is out on the table. But come on. You just saw the cover. You’re reading this. You are no different than me. Let me provide the only assurance you need. This short book will return you ageing butt to the long lost days of Saturday morning cartoons, eating Fruity Pebbles in the pajamas that doubled as your Halloween costume.
Still reading? Honestly, just move along to the book. I loved it! Didn’t get my references above because Netflix always has the cartoons you like? Well, I’ll plod on.
Norman Grady has his military discharge papers, a plane, and an unquenchable yearning for adventure. Mr Bubbles has an experimental brain and a mission. Doomsday Steve and his henchman Gooseburger have an evil scheme.
References to Indiana Jones come easier, but honestly, I can’t shake the feeling that watching old Inspector Gadget cartoons created while trying to put to words the antics in this story.
I was given a free review copy at my request and have voluntarily left a review. Any review. That fact that it’s a good one is because the book is good. Which has nothing to do with how awesome I am. You’ll have to find that out for yourself @S_Shane_Thomas on Twitter.
Personal note to other authors of fantasy books with talking monkey characters. Please don’t query me to read and review your book unless it’s as good as Mr Bubbles and the Mystery of the Mayan Temple!