I purchased the book, “Unsuitable for Adults over 16 Years Old,” by Amanda George for my nephews but I couldn’t put it down myself! I started reading it, stopped and made tea to go with it, and then spent the next couple of hours immersed in the world of Hummrils. Hummrils are adorable creatures, and their adventure tale kept me riveted – especially as it brought back sweet memories of times when I was younger and carefree.
If you loved Enid Blyton when you were a young adult you would absolutely love this book by Amanda – certainly, your kids would, since it’s meant to be for them not for you! As the title says provocatively, “Unsuitable for Adults over 16 Years Old.”
Amanda is a gifted storyteller. Here’s what her author page on amazon.com says: “Amanda loves writing for children, tweens, teens and young adults because she’s a bookworm herself and has been since she first learnt to read back in the dark ages! She just wants to share her love of books with the next generation. Amanda is a disabled chocaholic vegetarian who is allergic to dairy. How’s that for summing herself up in one sentence huh? She’s qualified to work with children aged 12 months to 7 years 11 months . . . how’s that for being exact! She lives in Gloucestershire with her husband, Steve, and a rescue dog, Mitzi, that she got from Evesham Dogs Trust in 2010.”
Unsuitable for Adults over 16 Years Old by Amanda George on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Unsuitable-Adults-over-Years-Old-ebook/dp/B0792LG6PT/