Sam Wu is NOT a scaredy-cat (except he is). When a trip to the Space Museum goes terrifyingly wrong, Sam begins a mission to prove to the school bully, and all of his friends, that he is a fearless space adventurer. A truly laugh-out-loud, voice-led and madcap story of ghost hunting, snakes and mischievous pet cats called Butterbutt, perfect for fans of Tom Gates, Wilf the Mighty Worrier and Barry Loser, and readers aged six plus.
How did I get the book? I bought it.
Previously reviewed: Wing Jones by Katherine Webber
Review: Given all the stuff that’s going on in my RL at the moment finding any time to read is becoming difficult and it’s making me super picky about what books I do decide to try. Sam Wu is Not Afraid of Ghosts was a title I’ve been excited about since it was announced and it didn’t let me down one bit. I read it in a single sitting (this is super rare atm!) and had a brilliant time from that to finish.
The story is fun, the illustrations are great and the characters are superb. Given the targeted age range the story is short, so if you’re pressed for time and a quick and entertaining read this is ideal.
I’m really looking forward to the next read in the series. 😀