Quick Book Review: Loxy Quum and the Merge Experiment by Ricky Mon

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This novel was surprisingly very addictive and action packed. When I first picked it up, I wasn’t sure whether to expect a more child-like novel, or a Young Adult novel, but it was more towards the latter.

You follow children with very unique traits (similar to super powers, but more along the lines of being half alien and half human) as they try to rescue their parents. The characters were very relatable despite their nonhuman qualities. They all had realistic personalities and were interesting to read about.

While I found the plot to be very predictable, it was a good, short read that didn’t take up much time. I would suggest a little bit of an extended plot to make things more interesting, but I wouldn’t change much else.

The writing style was good and easy to read, and I didn’t find any outstanding errors that made the plot go far from where it should have.

Overall, four out of five stars due to it being a little boring in the sense I’ve heard this plot before over and over.

I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads.

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