Read + Review — The Gollywhopper Games: Friend of Foe by Jody Feldman

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Zane Braycott was just your average middle school football player. But, when he sustained his second concussion in a year and was put on probation, it seemed like his dreams were crushed. When he was chosen for the Gollywhopper Games, he didn’t think much of it. But, once he started playing the games and making friends, he quickly got into them. Follow Zane’s adventures by reading The Gollywhopper Games: Friend or Foe.

I really liked the book. It was full of suspense and the puzzles in the book were fun to work on my own. I also liked how quickly Zane went from having no interest in the games to it being a main part of his life. This book was so good that once I started reading it, I could not stop.

It was remarkable to me how intelligent Zane was. I did not expect a football player to be that smart.

0-five-stars

Reviewed by Jacob, Grade 9, Glen Allen Library

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