Review: Gruffles and the Killer Sheep Blog Tour

Hello everybody! Today, I’m really excited to be part of the blog tour for the newest addition to the Ganster School series, Gruffles and the Killer Sheep, with my review! Onto the post!

In the 3rd book of the Gangster School series, which focuses on two children at a school for criminals who harbour secret desires to not become criminal masterminds, we see Milly and Charlie travel to rival school Crumley’s for the annual Crimicon along with some of their fellow Blaggardians. Like with book one, I really liked Milly and Charlie for how quick thinking and good at problem solving they are, and how likable they manage to be even though they need to do certain nefarious things to avoid being uncovered. It was great to get to know some of their peers and teachers better, and I found Trickery Hackett an interesting new addition too. And of course, I still have a huge soft spot for Gruffles, and was surprised by how much I liked Blotch, the leader of the titilar killer sheep. The world itself is such good fun, and the standalone plot of this one is pacy and kept me turning the pages. I also really liked the cliffhanger ending, which has ensured that I’m very much looking forward to the next book! 4/5

Have you read any of this series? Do you plan to? I’d love to hear in the comments!

Amy x


Author: goldenbooksgirl

Disabled book blogger who also writes TV, film, music and other posts from time to time | UKYABA Champion Teen 2018 | Email: | she/her

7 thoughts on “Review: Gruffles and the Killer Sheep Blog Tour”

  1. These sound like great fun, and very original. I suspect they’d be unrateables for me, but you never know – I might give them a go if I ever reach the end of my stack! I’m glad you’re enjoying the series.

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