The Last Kids on Earth and the Nightmare King Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-07-16 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" I love this series, and I love all of the new monsters in this book. Can’t wait for book 4! " said.

" I've always been a sucker for humorous post-apocalyptic stories. The heart in the story is just an added bonus. I've become quite fond of Jack and his scrappy group of friends and I'm looking forward to the next installment. " said.

" Brallier's writing captures the imagination while instilling a sense of courage to tackle even the most challenging situations. Douglas Holgate's illustrations merge with the author's to put the reader in the middle of the action. Highly recommend the third book in the series for ages 8 to 12. " said.

" This latest installment is so good!!! I am so happy that I get to read and recommend this great series to all the kids and adults that come in the library :) And it has been flying off the shelves! Highly recommended!!! " said.

" It was good and really enjoyable!It probably had the best plot in the series and I enjoyed it the most out of the series. It was very interesting to know that there were other people out there in the universe, not just Jack and his friends. I liked all the characters in it. It was very good and I liked the Nightmare King in it.I'd give it a 9/10. " said.

" I thought this book was awesome because it was a adventure story. The reading age would probably be 4th grade and up. This book is about Jake Sullivan and his friends ( June, Quint, and Dirk ) and his monster dog Rover, going on a adventure. They found this radio and the radio's last broadcast was at the very end of the book. Other book this author has made are the last two book's of the series. What will the last broadcast be? Read the book to find out!!! " said.

"Not necessarily my cup of tea, but I understand that I am also not necessarily the target audience. The book is meant to please younger teenage kids and be semi-corny and cool, and I believe it would definitely succeed in that. I probably would've extremely enjoyed this book in late elementary or early middle school; however, it was still a cute little story for me at my age now, and I would recommend it to anyone younger or anyone who wants to take a break from more serious books with a little fluff." said.

"Life after the zombie apocalypse is pretty good for 13-year-old Jack Sullivan: He lives in a mindclobberingly cool tree fort with his best friends, speeds through town playing Real-Life Mario Kart, has a crew of monster buddies, battles zombies on the regular, and generally treats life like it’s a videogame! But then Jack’s friends make a startling discovery: They may not be the last kids on earth, after all. This is great news for everyone… except Jack. Just like the other books in this series, this story hits the ground running and never stops. Young readers will love the illustrations of the layout of the town and the magnificent tree fort, and the terrific cliffhanger ending." said.

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