The Moon-Faced Ghoul-Thing

The Moon-Faced Ghoul-ThingThe Moon-Faced Ghoul-Thing by Barry Hutchison
Illustrator: Chris Mould
Series: Benjamin Blank #3
Published by Nosy Crow on 1st October 2015
Genres: Children's, Fantasy, Humour
Pages: 224
Format: Paperback
Source: Nosy Crow sent it
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In an alternate 15th century, where dragons roam, sailing ships transform into submarines, and blacksmiths build steampunk robots, ten-year-old orphan Benjamin Blank battles monsters, rescues maidens and discovers fantastic new lands, but never quite manages to get his homework handed in on time. Each adventure sees Ben and his friends, Paradise Little and Wesley Chant, face a new monstrous menace.

Reviewed by Alex 

I think this book is my favourite book about Benjamin Blank. It’s about Ben and his two friends and they have to defeat the Moon-Faced Ghoul-Thing because it’s following them and trying to make its master come out of its cloak.

I liked all of the book because it made me laugh like the other two books. There was nothing I didn’t like. My favourite part was when they all escaped on the dragon and got away from the bad guys. The bit that made me laugh the most was when Mr Nuttendudge the goblin uses a goblin nose flute.

I would tell everyone to read this book because it’s a good book and it’s full of adventure. It’s also really funny.

I hope you like my picture. Here are my other reviews of The Shark-Headed Bear-Thing and The Swivel-Eyed Ogre-Thing.


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