Review for The Loch Ness Punster

Review for The Loch Ness Punster

28114376The last book in this series, and I feel sad that it is over.

Especially since there are still events I would love to see happening (especially after what happens in this one), and I just don’t want to see goodbye to Grumbly, to Seymour, to Olive. I just want it to continue a bit longer.

This book is all about Olive and Grumbly’s past. It was quite fun that we finally found out why Grumbly is…. well… so grumbly. 😛 I am quite happy that this was finally added, as I did wonder why he was so grumbly all the time. In the end it was just a small event, but it caused so much grief to him.

We are also going to Scotland (the book is now split up between Scotland and Ghastly), and it is there that we see Olive’s past, or well it is all about her travelling to Scotland when she was twelve.

We have letters, text messages, newspapers, and other things. I still love the format of the book, it is creative and it makes the book even more fun.

I have to say I didn’t like the new characters (Teed and Macon). They were terrible, horrible, bleh.

I also didn’t really like the tension between Olive and Grumbly. 🙁

The turtle (and the revelation) was a fun one!

All in all, a pretty good end to a series. That ending was just so cute and sweet!


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