The Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, aka “The Bulletin” (for obvious reasons) reviewed Mamba Point and says things like, “the kaseng plotline is fully engrossing,” and “the cast of secondary characters is generously developed,” and “the setting is vividly drawn.” Actually those are all from the same sentence. They write long sentences in Urbana Champaign.
Now for the big news for you: I have two more copies of Mamba Point that you can get through GoodReads.com. I won’t say you’ll “win” a copy because it is expected (but not required) that you proceed to write a review on GoodReads.com, though of course that review can be anywhere from “really, supper amazing” to “worst book ever,” and the book is yours to keep. Also, these books will not be personalized or signed. Also also, you’ll have to register on GoodReads, but it’s a free and fun site for readers, so it’s worth the trouble. Here’s the giveaway.