Sunday, February 14, 2016

A Hat Full of Spells (Upside Down, #2)

A Hat Full of Spells (Upside Down, #2)
author: Jess Smart Smiley
name: Wayne
average rating: 2.85
book published: 2015
rating: 3
read at: 2016/02/14
date added: 2016/02/14
shelves: graphic-novels
'A Hat Full of Spells' by Jess Smart Smiley is the second book in the Upside Down series. I didn't get to read the first one, but this one was pretty cute and I had no problem following the story thread.

Harold is a vampire boy who loves sugar. He lives in a house with frogs and bats and a cat named Canine. In the last book, witches disappeared, including one called Vermillion, but they left their hats behind. The problem with the hats is that once you put one on, it can't be removed until it does it's one last spell. While Harold and his friends try to stop people from putting on the pointy hats, the spells are causing more and more mayhem. Can they reverse all the damage being done?

I like monsters and it's cute looking, but I thought it was just average. The art felt a bit uneven at times. I think younger readers might enjoy it.

I received a review copy of this graphic novel from Top Shelf and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you for allowing me to review this graphic novel.

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