Jonna and the Unpossible Monsters #2
Jonna and the Unpossible Monsters was a really great book. The drawings were realistic, but in a more cartoon way, and the details and shading on the 3-D objects were really well-drawn. The plot was a bit tricky to understand, but when you did, the plot was great, intriguing, and I would definitely read the continued part. I liked how there were flashbacks throughout the book, it really added an in-depth explanation of how the characters were feeling. This book is good for readers who like graphic novels, and an interesting story. It may also be good for readers eight to ten years old, as it is a short but amazing book. The monsters’ designs were in detail and seemed like something that would legitimately be terrifying in real life. But since it isn’t, we can just enjoy them. I feel like this book could have been longer, but even so, it was a great book nonetheless.
|Author||Chris Samnee , Andy Suriano , Laura Samnee|
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