"This is one of those books that takes figurative meaning literally. And you end up with a whole lot of light-hearted silly good fun. But parallel to this, Muddle and Win also explores concepts of good, evil, truth, and ideas (just some of life's itsy-bitsy philosophical questions). At times, I thought the storyline was aimed at 10 years or younger, but the language structure (and maybe some of the ideas) is aimed at an older reader. There are bits for everyone in there." (WeSatDown blogspot 20120726)
"Muddle & Win is bonkers, but in a good way! I was hurled into this fabulously imagined world that was brilliantly fun, silly, witty and wonderfully written and put together. I immediately fell in love with brave little Muddlespot... The storyline is engaging and is perfectly paced, it is one of them one-sitting books that I love so much. I really haven't come across anything like Muddle & Win before and I think everyone should read it themselves to experience the full on punch of silliness it packs into every page." (Carly Fiction Fascination blogspot 20120815)
"It's a brilliant, funny story about good and bad which is so well written that even slower, less capable readers will probably get through it in a day or two. I really enjoyed the story and think that so many pre-teens will too, its a great, fun read with a brilliant serious message underneath it all." (Raimy Rawr ReadaRaptor blogspot 20120815)
"It's funny, and it's scary, and it's very, very sharp in its observations of human nature. ...It's a huge relief to come across such an intelligent, thought-provoking book for children." (Kath Langrish Steel Thistles blogspot 20120821)
From the Inside Flap
The angel towered over him. In its rock-steady hands it gripped a great bassoon, with the mouth pointed right between Muddlespot's eyes.
'Say your prayers, creep,' said the angel.
'Oh, I forgot - you people don't, do you?'
Sally Jones is Good. And Muddlespot, newly promoted to demon special agent, is on a mission to make her Bad. If he doesn't, it will be Very Bad for him.
Can Muddlespot beat the odds and take down a guardian angel extraordinaire?
Let the battle begin . . .
From the Back Cover
Muddle's a devil. Win is an angel.
They're both on a case.
The case is Sally Jones . . .