Book Review- The Name of this Book is Secret by Pseudonymous Bosch
The name of this book is secret by Pseudonymous Bosch is (although Mr Bosch would not like me to disclose) about a two brave and curious heroes, Cassandra and Max-Ernest. He wouldn’t want you to hear about a strange box of vials containing a symphony of smells, that led them to a strange magician you disappeared under strange, or stinky, circumstances.
He certainly would want you to know about the dangerous and thrilling adventure these heroes go on when trying to defeat their notorious villains after an age-old and mysterious smell. The title of this book is the Name of this Book is a Secret because the story is also a secret. For it concerns a secret. A secret that somebody is trying desperately to uncover, but in vain as our young heroes won’t let this happen under any circumstances.
But how do you protect a secret when you don’t even know what it is and how they got involved in the first place. Warning this Book contains Two extraordinary adventurers… A missing magician’s diary… A symphony of smells… And a deadly secret… Wait you already know too much! It is too late. Nothing will stop you now. Open the book if you must. But, please tell no one.
The name of this book is secret by Pseudonymous Bosch is a funny and adventurous book about Cass and Max-Ernest who are two children who do not fit in school. Cassandra because she is a survivalist with a packed backpack for any situation, hurricane, check, landslide, check, toxic power plant, double-check!.
Max Ernest because his classmates were so tired of his jokes that they didn’t bother to respond. Both stood apart from the crowd with their physical features, Cassandra’s trait was big ears which turned bright red when she lied, Max-Ernest stood apart from the class with his hair which stood on end as though he were a cartoon character who had just truck his finger in an electrical socket. (For the sake of our dear Author I am requested to tell you to forget the following information in case the of the midnight sun coming after you).
Due to a contract I have signed when I was reading this series, I cannot tell you much about what is inside, however, I can tell you that you are in for a treat.
Pseudonymous has written a book brimming with suspense action, adventure and new friendships. Although these are not the names of the real people that this book is about, Cassandra and Max-Ernest make a really funny duo and an even better team. This book is for both primary and secondary school students, that is if they can keep a secret. This book is definitely a secret worth hearing. It can make you laugh, gasp, bite your fingernails and have a weird craving for chocolate all at once. The two villains in these book series are Mrs Mauvais, a woman who will do everything in her power to have the secret.
To make sure you don’t accidentally end up in her claw-like hands, she wears white gloves which cover up hands paler than white sunshine. She is a living vampire I tell you, so watch out because she might come after you when the midnight sun finds out that I have written this review about The Name of this Book is Secret.
“But remember what I said about forgetting what I said?”
This book is not just a book it is like a live re-telling of an incident. The author of this book has just included so many threatening and personalized messages telling you that this is an absolute secret that you cannot tell anyone! It is a unique book that unnecessarily tells you a lot about the author and his personality when it comes to this book. You have to be brave, daring, curious and most importantly, able to keep a secret if you want to read this book. If you are not, then don’t bother reading the book because it is not one of the best books I have read and full of mystery, excitement and suspense.
Pseudonymous Bosch is a pseudonym because he does not wish to reveal his true identity (however there is a rumour going around that his name is XXXX XXXXXXXX but I can’t tell you). For reasons, he cannot disclose his name but he admits that he has a deep dark and secret fear of Mayonnaise. This is his first novel
So, with a great secret to keep I give this book 5 stars!