Friday, January 30, 2015

Book Review: Batman: The Joker's Dozen

Book: Batman: The Joker's Dozen by Laurie S. Sutton with illustrations by Ethan Beavers

Source: Borrowed from NetGalley for an honest review

Publication: February 1, 2015


The Joker transforms dozens of Gotham City citizens into laughing (and robbing) fools! Is the Dark Knight outnumbered, or can he even the odds? Should he use a Batarang or another high-tech weapon? Can the Caped Crusader save the city, or will the Clown Prince have the last laugh? In this interactive story, YOU CHOOSE the path Batman should take. With your help, he will take down The Joker's Dozen!

Rating: 4 stars


I think this book is great for younger children who would love to read superhero comics but with so many comics not geared towards them, this book is an excellent choice.

This is a chose your own adventure story that has Batman trying to stop the Joker's latest devious plan and it is up to the reader to decide how that will happen.

Even though I'm not the target market, this book kept my attention and had me interested to try different choices to see how the story would end. I thought this was pretty exciting and should give kids plenty of fun and interesting ways for how they want the story to go and there is also colorful artwork shown throughout the story.

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