I really did love this book, although I think that the reading experience may have been better in papaerback rather than Kindle. There are a lot of graphics, and I had to keep expanding them to allow me to view them with ease.
The story itself is great. A lot of imagination has gone into the writing. It is told from the point of view of Oliver Tibbs, aka Oliver Tibbs.
The poor boy is surrounded by BRILLIANT
people. His whole family is BRILLIANT
. His Mum is a brain surgeon. His Dad is an architect. His little brother is a chess champion. His twin sisters are BRILLIANT
at ballet dancing. Almost all of his classmates at school are BRILLIANT
at something or other. Oliver is judged by his peers to be DAB
You'll understand why I put the word BRILLIANT
in CAPS and BOLD when you read the book.
The only person who is anything like Oliver is his best friend, Peaches Mazimba.
Oliver is BRILLIANT
at fibbing and he has a BRILLIANT
I have read books along the same lines as this, but nothing exactly like this.
You can read it in one sitting, and I guarantee that it will make you laugh and will not challenge too many of those neurons inside your head. Read it and have fun!