Fruit Ninja: Frenzy Force

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Four kids find ancient scrolls and ninja gear under one kid’s house. They become fruit ninjas. They don’t have powers unless they cut fruit. Each kid has a special fruit power-up. They find a creepy old guy, aka sensei, in a barrel. He says lots of things that are profound. None are helpful. Then he jumps back inside the barrel. A guy comes out of a portal. He tells them he is a fruit ninja too. He isn’t. He’s one of the bad guys after the secrets of the ninjas’ fruit powers. He tells them to stand on a big, red X. Then he summons fruit monsters. The ninjas defeat them, but they keep regenerating, which doesn’t make sense because the fruit was split in half. The kids get on a trolley, so there’s no more fruit for the monsters to regenerate from. But the ninjas have no fruit to cut, so they don’t have their fruit powers. Will the ninjas get defeated by the fruit? Read the book to find out.

This book is a graphic novel. The story is ridiculous. The book is not what I expected. It was surprising. The drawings were okay. The bad guy’s plan was interesting. I think it’s possible to make a good Fruit Ninja story. I wish this book had taken itself a little more seriously.

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Author Halfbrick Studios • Erich Owen, Illustrator
Star Count 3/5
Format Trade
Page Count 80 pages
Publisher Andrews McMeel Publishing
Publish Date 2018-May-15
ISBN 9781449480974
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Issue September 2018
Category Tweens


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