The Deadly 7 by Garth Jennings
Nelson isn’t lonely, he just didn’t need any friends when he had his big sister Celeste. But then one day, she gets kidnapped, his parents leave to help search for her and he gets shipped off to his crazy uncle Pogo where he can’t do anything to help. But in a weird twist of events, while trying to find a leak in St Paul’s Cathedral Nelson and Pogo find a secret room with a mysterious machine that accidentally pulled out his seven deadly sins and turned them into invisible monsters who simply have to help him find Celeste, no matter what.
The adventure that follows is hilarious, most full of potty humour, British humour and a few really dark moments.
But it makes a quick read, a good laugh and really good story. I would recommend it for reluctant readers about age 10, depending on their reading level and be prepared for a little bit of giggling.
Last movie I watched:
I’m really not sure
Last TV episode I watched:
The Crown. So, so, so good.