The Nocturnals: The Ominous Eye, by Tracey Hecht, is a fun, adventurous and very annoying tale. It tells the story of a sugar glider, a fox and pangolin, leaders of The Brigade and defenders of those in need. When something enters their homeland, a threatening beast, it's up to The Brigade to find out what 'it' is...
My son and I read this book together. We hadn't heard of The Nocturnals before, so we didn't know of book 1, but it didn't stop us from enjoying the story. The Brigade has (Dawn) who is more like the leader of the trio and the forest, (Tobin) who was empathy and concern, and then the very emotional and ever annoying Bismarck- a sugar glider! OMGoodness was he a mess!
We enjoyed the story because it was simple, yet mysterious. The story showed how teamwork gets things done and jealousy can damage friendships. Lastly, it told you that if you ever meet a talking sugar glider, kick it into the next century! Bismarck talked way too much and couldn't decide if he wanted to be French or Italian! He was also very conceited, adds my son, but it all added to the fun of the tale!
All in all, the story was a great, but predictable adventure that can be enjoyed be readers of all ages! Check out The Nocturnals: The Ominous Eye while I move on to the next read. Cheers!📚
Rating: 👓👓👓👓👓out of 5 specs
*The Doldrums is next.
**Novel won through a Shelf Awareness giveaway.
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