Chitty Chitty Bang Bang 3: Over the Moon by Frank Cottrell Boyce - review

'It got boring around about the end of page two!'

I found this book, to honestly tell the truth, very boring. When I started it I read to half-way but then got so bored I could not read any more! But this is just my opinion. It got boring around about the end of page two!

The plot was OK but not written in an interesting way. I honestly would not look forward to the rest of the series written by Frank Cottrell Boyce.

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