Happyland Review

This is an interesting one. See, I read this book while I was away. And now, I’ll review it.

Right, this is quite a wierd book (Shut up spellcheck) which is because it’s a more “Terror at the funfair” kind of book, which means the title is quite misleading. It’s got interesting characters with interesting origins, plus an evil psycho clown who we know almost nothing about.

Apart from the fact that he’s evil, crazy, traps people in funfairs, prevents them aging, and has complete control over most things in the funfair.


Guessed who the villain is yet?

I personally think that Happy the Clown is one of the most interesting characters in the book, even though there are only…

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 characters who have much to them. Happy is neck-and-neck with the protagonist “bully” character I can’t recall the name of right now as the most interesting character in the book. Despite being summed up in this short sentence:

Evil psycho clown, traps kids in funfairs, controls rats with various whistles.

Any questions?

As a very interesting yet wierd book (SHUT. UP. SPELLCHECK.) Without much character complexity, I still like it and think it deserves a 9 out of 10. Pretty good one, there. Well, see you later, bye-bye, whatever I’m supposed to say here.

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