Disney’s WARP book review

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Eoin Colfer, author of the internationally best-selling Artemis Fowl books, launches bran new WARP series.   

The reluctant assassin- the highly anticipated first book in the WARP series- is available today in print and digital.  

WARP stands for “Witness Anonymous Relocation Program” and boy is it as cool as it seems! The book centers on Riley a teen orphan. I really like that aspect of the book and the Victorian London setting. The craziness of this book just adds to the awesome factor. It is slightly dark so I wouldn’t recommend for anyone under the age of 11 or so simply because it might be a little too much for them.  Eoin is known for his Artemis Fowl series which I have yet to read but after this book I might just have to check it out!

The book really makes your imagination go wild which I personally love. When I read I always imagine it in my head and with this story it was so easy to do. The characters are vivid and alive and the setting makes you feel like you really are there with Riley. It’s a mind bending book that really will have you at the edge of your seat so I highly suggest trying to get it all read in a day or so because you will become addicted to this book!

Mystery and slightly bordering in thriller this story has it all. I highly recommend it especially to fans of the Artemis Fowl books I’m sure they won’t be disappointed. I can’t wait to see the next book in the series and will be re-reading this one till the time comes!

Disney's WARP book review

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