Book Of The Day – Candy Wars II – Sweet Revenge

by Greg on November 9, 2011

Today’s Book Of The Day is a great Children’s Book with a perfect rating. Candy Wars II: Sweet Revenge by R.G. Cordiner has an awesome 5.0 star rating and is only $2.99.

I bought this book as well as the first one in this series for my 8 year old and she loved both of them. If you have a young reader at home or if you’re looking for a book to read to your little one, make sure to check this book out along with Candy Wars I (which has a 4.4 star rating).

“I recommend this book for kids – and adults alike. You don’t have to have read the first one, but I would tell you to go ahead and get ’em both. They are also available as a set called Candy Wars I and II: The Sugar Hit.” Candy B. – Amazon Reviewer



Candy Wars II: Sweet Revenge
by R.G. Cordiner
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Category: Children’s Books
Price: $2.99

 

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How far will you go to rescue a friend?

One year after their epic battles with the Candy King and the Tooth Fairies, James and Emily have a problem. They are bored. Normal life is just so … normal. But they are soon faced with a bigger problem. No one is collecting the teeth! Mounds and mounds of teeth are just sitting there.

Soon a weak portal appears and James and Emily find themselves back in a world that they no longer recognise. A desolate, ruined wasteland is all that remains of the island. Who did this? Is it the work of the Candy King? What happened to all the Tooth Fairies and their friends? And what creature is lurking in the sand? James and Emily are about to embark on their most amazing adventure yet, one they will be lucky to survive.

“Candy King? Ha! He is a sweetie compared to me!”

CANDY WARS II is suitable for anyone 7 years and older.

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

My 13 and 8 year old loved it. I read it first then handed it over to them for them to share. For a whole week the kids talked about nothing else but Candy Wars. That in itself is enough for me to recommend this book. It was a great book for all of us to read and will save it for my youngers ones for later.

*******

My daughter is a big fan of Candy Wars: The Tooth Fairies vs The Candy King so when I told her this one had come in, I am pretty sure the entire state of Texas heard her squeal. I couldn’t get it on her kindle fast enough. I was excited too. Candy Wars was one of my fave kiddo books from last year. Adventurous fun with a whole lot of heart.

*******

I won’t mince words… the author can write. How on earth he’s not been picked up and published traditionally, I’ll never know. The level of fun in this series is over the top. It’s funny because my 10-year-old, who refused to read it at first, is now reading it from hearing my daughter and I talk about it – so is my husband. To me, this is important… it’s a story that we both enjoyed. I didn’t feel like it was dumbed down for me and she didn’t feel like it was over her head. It really gave us a good bond to be able to talk about it.

Get Candy Wars II: Sweet Revenge here: Candy Wars II: Sweet Revenge

About The Author


R.G. Cordiner is a teacher and author residing in Australia. Treasure Lost was his first book. He has subsequently released Candy Wars: The Tooth Fairies vs The Candy King, Bug Island and Candy Wars II: Sweet Revenge. He is currently writing Alien Hunters: Discovery. He is married with two step-children and three psychotic cats. For more information go to cordiner.wordpress.com.

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