Book Review: Showtime Sabotage


Showtime Sabotage
by Verity Weaver
North Star Editions
Jolly Fish Press

Humor , Middle Grade
Pub Date 01 Jan 2020

I am reviewing a copy of Showtime Sabotage through North Star Editions/Jolly Fish Press and Netgalley:

The Green Valley Middle School’s theater students knew their production of Pirates and Lost Boys was cursed. Despite enduring months of the flu, rivalries that were flaring and snow days they finally made it to opening day. Just hours before showtime when the lights go out and costumes get wrecked both cast and crew suspect sabotage.

Who would want to Sabotage the show? Was it a self-absorbed pirate worried about being upstaged by the incredible set? Or a brand-new actor fearful of being outperformed? Or maybe it was rival students annoyed at having their talent show moved to the gym. Or could the show really be cursed?

This book investigates a mystery of what happened in four different perspectives, and would be a great edition to the Middle Grade Mystery lovers library in your life.

I give Showtime Sabotage five out of five stars!

Happy Reading!

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