Bad Luck by Pseudonymous Bosch Review!

Sunday, February 7th 2016

 I am grateful for the chances that I was able to read this humors middle school book Bad Luck before it’s publication date of  February 9th 2016.

We’re right back in the realm of Pseudonymous Bosch continuing with the last place we left off in  Bad Magic. Bad Luck is the sequel to  Bad Magic and we are exactly where the ends mean, and vice versa when additional books are published for this series. The only issue with this is I just want them all now! No one wants to wait when it comes to a good book and this is no exception. I want more!

Pseudonmyous Bosch stole my heart when he created a complete bled of modern society with ancient mythology with not just the protagonist but with  all the characters surrounding this story. The writing style is different because it’s so simple that you might miss the easy information that Pseudonymous Bosh has placed for the readers to discover. I love the deep character immersion of the author and the novel, it’s because of this that the entire concept of the book truly is happening right off the pages off the book and into your lap.

Can you just take a moment to admire the amazing cover art of this book?


When I saw this cover of this book I was drawn in in seconds! Now I can see all the hints and clues that you are going to discover when reading this book. I love the adventures and humors nature of Pseudonymous Bosch writing but I also love how it’s gender neutral, you’ll find boys and girls alike taking part in the epic events in this novel.

Bad Luck, has a cast of new characters while giving us shocking twist and/or turns while reintroducing us to previous meet characters. The character development and the change of the characters personality through the story is not only a joy to watch unravel before your eyes but also fascinating to see. It’s amazing how characters, who are just people on paper can truly change your personality as you watch their personality develop ever turn of the page! That’s how much of a joy I have when reading Bad Luck by Pseudonymous Bosch.

Please make sure to pick up a copy of Little Brown Books for Young Readers publication oBad Luck  by Pseudonymous Bosch
February 9th 2016
Happy Reading!

About Pseudonymous Bosch

Pseudonymous Bosch is the anonymous pseudonymous author of the Secret Series and The Bad Books. Not much is known about him other than that he has a passionate love of chocolate and cheese and an equally passionate hatred of mayonnaise. Rumors of Boschian sightings are just as frequent and about as reliable as reports of alien abductions. If you ever meet anyone claiming to be Pseudonymous himself he is almost certainly an impostor. The real Pseudonymous is said currently to be hiding in a cave in a remote jungle (although there are contrary reports that he is somewhere in Greenland).

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