The Secret of Indigo Moon (The Dopple Ganger Chronicles) by G. P. Taylor is a fascinating book filled with mystery and intrigue. The book is designed for children and young adults who don’t read often. The narrative switches between a regular novel format with plain words on a page and graphic novel format where pages are filled with art depicting the scenes as they unfold. Over all I was very impressed with the format. The art work is also top-notch and fascinating in its own right.
I really enjoyed the content of the book. G. P. Taylor is a master storyteller when it comes to engaging a middle school audience. The Secret of Indigo Moon is a suspenseful tale of mystery and intrigue filled with secret passageways, cover-ups, and disguises. I found myself reading the whole book in one sitting.
I really like The Secret of Indigo Moon and I highly recommend it for middle school students and adults who enjoy such literature. I especially like the blending of graphic art and novel formats. I think it will engage a younger audience. The retail price of The Secret of Indigo Moon is $19.99 (Hardcover), and is available around the web in places like Amazon.com for $13.59. I gave it five stars.
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