The Inventory 3: Black Knight by Andy Briggs.

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Dev and his friends are back with more mind-bending tech in this third instalment of the Inventory series. This time they are tasked with training new recruits to defend the Inventory’s incredible inventions. But will they be ready for action before Shadow Helix’s next strike?

First of all, why not catch up on Small’s thoughts on book one and book two of Andy Brigg’s The Inventory series? Now that you’re all set, you’re ready to hear what he thought of book three, Black Knight, aren’t you?

We’re going for a slightly different format this time around. Small is currently up to his neck working on a game for a competition submission so I’m trying a Q & A format on him.

Me: Tell me a positive about the book.
Him:
Me: OK, that was a bit too unspecific wasn’t it? Let’s try a different tack. Is there a sense of continuity from the previous books? Or do they stand alone?
Him: There’s no need to scan back – the required details are explained that you can just pick up and go without reading the previous books.
Me: Would you recommend this book to a friend?
Him: I would, but I would suggest reading the first two first to get the full story, it’s worth it.
Me:
.
. You have coding to do don’t you? Off you go then.

Hm. Not sure that worked an awful lot better than locking him in a room to write a review. Sorry Andy! if it’s any consolation, next child is nearly old enough to take over reading this series… (contemplates trying to get Smallest to write reviews. Cries.)

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Comments

  1. my mystical item would be a watch that could stop time so i would be able to clean the house and still have time to do everything i wanted

  2. Linda Ford says:

    A pen that would write down my thoughts regarding what I need to do, without me writing anything!

  3. An automatic sleep button which would let me catch up on hours of sleep in just a few seconds

  4. A tracker for my eyes that would bookmark a great website and then remind me of it x hours later when I’m sat down, looking for something to do.

  5. Jo Glasspool says:

    A devise that warned me when the next child tantrum is brewing, to give me enough time to prepare!

  6. Natalie Crossan says:

    Some super human strength so I could actually get the gardening done without lots of manly help 😛

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