Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Book Review: How to Navigate Zombie Cave and Defeat Pirate Pete(Slug Pie Story #1) by Mick Bogerman

Title: How To Navigate Zombie Cave and Defeat Pirate Pete
Author: Kick Bogerman 
Year: © 2014
My Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥
Pages: 112
Genre: Middle Grade
Format: Paperback 
Sources: Author 
Publishers: Slug Pie Stories, LLC
ISBN: 9780990380



           How to Navigate Zombie Cave and                                   Defeat Pirate Pete 

Armed with a pitchfork, miner’s hat, and map, Mick Bogerman dares to hunt for pirate treasure in Zombie Cave. His little brother Finley is tied up at the beach. Literally--Mick tied him up. No one needs a little brother tagging along when you’re going to slay the undead.
But Mick soon wishes he’d taken some human company with him, because lurking in every corner, reaching from every crevice, is another hungry corpse. No wonder the place is named Zombie Cave! And finding treasure in the twisty tunnels is a lot harder when your map disintegrates. And man-oh-man the cold, dark tide chases fast. But the worst part about fighting off ravenous flesh-eaters is the one monster deadlier than a regular zombie . . . the worst of the worst . . . Pirate Pete.

                           My Thoughts

Bogerman is a great author. I really enjoyed the book. It had so much comedy you had to laugh while you read. I had to stop, reading because my dyes would tear up. The story reminded me of a Diary of A Wimpy Kid book. This is a fast short book that was so good, I didn't want it to end. This a great book for middle grade book lovers that just need a good laugh.

 Bogerman will keep you laughing and wanting more by his great sense of humor. If your looking for a book to brighten your day if your feeling down or in the blue. My favourite character is Finely. He is so silly and courageous I instantly felt connected to this character and in a lot of ways similar to him. 

Although Finley is described as the annoying brother you just have to love him no matter what and he only wants to be like his big brother and do what he can do. Bonding as siblings is very important and that's what keeps a good relationship flowing.

If you need a book to make you laugh, I highly suggest this book to you because it is nothing but the best. 

                    Mick Bogerman

Mickey "Mick" Bogerman has lived in Beachwood, North Carolina all his life. Mostly he tries to stay out of trouble, but mostly trouble seems to find him anyway. He has a knack for antagonizing scary creatures and girls, not necessarily in that order.Mick's favorite subjects in school are science (slime, rockets, bugs, and rocks-- what's not to like?), gym class (running, climbing, throwing-- more stuff to like), and reading (yay Mr. Corcoran lets him read whatever he likes-- like comic books).Speaking of comic books, Mick's favorites are X-Men, Demon Knights, Spiderman and Batman.



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