Monday, November 12, 2012
Book Review: Epic Tales of a Misfit Hero by Matt Peterson
In The Epic Tale of a Misfit Hero, by Matt Patterson, Andrew just became a deacon after reaching the ripe old age of 12. He is excited about passing the sacrament but super nervous and about his first big upcoming full on camp out as a real boy scout. Things are changing fast for Andrew and as with any new adventure the unexpected is always a heart beat away.
Then on the biggest adventure of his life, Andrew listens to the still small voice tell him there is danger. But if he listens to the still small voice he will be in direct rebellion against that of his scout master. What is a 12 year old boy to do? Read The Epic Tales of a Misfit Hero and find out!
Epic Tales of a Misfit Hero by Matt Peterson is a great middle grade story for any boy trying to figure out his way around passing the sacrament and handling epic camping adventures. I would recommend it to anyone who wants a fun exciting read, where one boy finds out he is made of sterner stuff than he ever imagined.
From passing the sacrament with his fly down to failing miserably at capture the flag, Andrew knows he'll never be able to fulfill his duties as a deacon. But when tragedy strikes on his Boy Scout backpacking trip, Andrew's whole troop must become stronger than they ever imagined. This hilarious coming-of-age story is bound to have you rooting for a "misfit" hero!
You can get your copy of The Epic Tales of a Misfit Hero here