Night of the Living Cuddlebunnies Review

Twelve-year-old Devin Dexter has a problem. Well, actually, many of them. His cousin, Tommy, sees conspiracies behind every corner. And Tommy thinks Devin’s new neighbor, Herb, is a warlock . . . but nobody believes him. Even Devin’s skeptical. But soon strange things start happening. Things like the hot new Christmas toy, the Cuddle Bunny, coming to life.
That would be great, because, after all, who doesn’t love a cute bunny? But these aren’t the kind of bunnies you can cuddle with. These bunnies are dangerous. Devin and Tommy set out to prove Herb is a warlock and to stop the mob of bunnies, but will they have enough time before the whole town of Gravesend is overrun by the cutest little monsters ever?

I received a copy of this book at no cost in exchange for an honest review.
Review
I had a lot of laughs and fun reading this book with my 12 year old. The story is imaginative and hilarious, but still has that bit of spook factor that kids this age love. The sibling rivalry is cute and something my son could definitely relate to. The story moves quickly with plenty of twists and likable and wacky characters. Stuffed animals brought to life, magic, and an army of the undead made for quite a few late nights reading together. My son loved this book and I enjoyed the time spent together reading. This is sure to be a huge hit with my sons friends as well. Awesome book that we highly recommend!
About the Author
Jonathan Rosen is a teacher and freelance writer who spends his “free” time being a volunteer coach for his daughter’s softball team and a chauffeur for all of his kids. Jonathan was born in New York, and is of Mexican descent, though neither place has been really willing to accept responsibility.

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