Reviewed by Lauren W. (age 11) and Tessa S. (age 11)
We thought this book was very suspenseful. There was hardly anything that made us want to stop reading. We were sad when our moms made us turn out the light before we went to bed. We liked this book because it left us hanging when we closed the book. I, Tessa, liked the character Roger because he always was doing something funny. My favorite part of the book was when Homer and Roger were sneaking around "Fake Man's" hideout. I, Lauren, liked the character "Fake Man" because he made the book whole and suspenseful. He was the reason that I didn't want to stop reading the book, especially when Roger and Homer followed him into the woods and into the house. That was also probably my favorite part of the whole book because it was so mysterious and it definitely caught the readers' (my) attention. This book was excellent.
We would recommend this book because it kept our attention. The kind of audience that would like this book would be people who love mysteries and that are able to read longer books and can read with a wide vocabulary range. Something that might catch the reader's attention would be the plot. The plot is a mystery about Homer's father. There are many things that helped Homer and Roger piece the mystery together.
So, read this book and we hope you enjoy it!