2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
The story was good but there is a lot of mistakes throughtout with how it is written!
Poorly written and really should spend time to at least read it through at best get it proof read.
The story does shine through a little and to a certain degree the errors can be forgiven.
I would recommend it as it is engaging but if you get distracted by errors, this book will frustrate you.
76 of 81 people found the following review helpful
The bike cave is a simple but effective idea. It works well and is easy to put up and use.
We have ours on a section of our decking and it was easy to secure, not sure if you would get the same security when using the tent pegs to hold it on the grass? I used screws to hold down the tapes where you would normally use the tent pegs.
I managed to put 2 adult mountain bikes and 1 childs mountain bike (20in) into the cave without any problems and plenty of space to put our helmets.
It is not the most secure bike storage out there, it is just a tent in reality. It would not stop someone from cutting it open to get at the bikes. We have our bikes locked inside… Read more
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Book 1 started sort of OK but the writing style takes some getting used to! Sometimes he would use the persons full name, then drop to just their Surname or sometimes the Forename even in the same sentance!
Once used to the writing style then the story is pretty good for the first 2 books but book 3 was a real waste of a potentially good series.
The final book just felt unfinished and I was really disappointed which then leads to not liking the other 2 books for dragging you into the characters lives.
It is a comfortable read but not to be a classic, at least not for me.