Review 01.06 Meddling Kids

I just finished reading another great book. As a kid, I would have loved to have a group of friends like the Scooby Gang. As an adult, I’m more than blessed to have found them. Meddling Kids takes the Scooby Gang, or the Blyton Summer Detective Club, thirteen years after their lives as teenage detectives ended. It creates a great adventure and captivated me as a reader.

Edgar Cantero’s Meddling Kids draws potential readers in just by the cover and the context of “That dog and those meddling kids”. The cover itself elicits a neon seventies feel that harkens back to the age of Scooby Doo which the story continues to invite. Overall, Cantero draws readers into a great mystery that asks the question about child heroes and what happens when the adventures stop and life continues.

If you want to check out more of my review or buy the book, you can find both right here.

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