The third book in the Royal Babysitters series, and really this just gets better and better with each passing book.
When you thought the misunderstandings couldn’t get worse, then you read this volume which is so full of misunderstandings I was just laughing my butt off and also wondering how anyone in the world could go through so many misunderstandings.
“The last challenge is a straightforward race,” he said.
It was straightforward. Striaght and forward through an assault course.
The huge assualt course as already set up in the woods. There were ropes to swing along, a net to crawl under, a pipe to squeeze through, tyres to hop in and out of, and then, finally, a big wooden wall.
“Best thing is, all the mud will break your fall,” said Mr Bungee, “so you can really go for it. Are you ready?”
The long awaited (yes, I know it has only been 5 months, but that is a long time if you want a sequel) second book in this series is here! And I have to say that I enjoyed myself as much, if not more than the previous book.