#BlogTour #BookReview for The Lost Boy by Tim Constable and Ian Campbell @fayerogerspr @authoright @BBBAdventures #TheLostBoyBook

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While Billy is out for a walk, he comes across a lady who is looking rather worried. Offering to help, he discovers that her son hasn’t come home for his tea when he should have. Billy, who knows all the places where the local children go to play, suggests that he could look for him, which leads to an adventure involving various people and places in his home town, Flushington!

In this intriguing story Billy once again demonstrates his willingness to help others and work out a way to do something which at first seems beyond him.



This was an easy story to follow and understand and I liked the underlying themes that the authors have portrayed in the story.

This is the second book I have read featuring Billy and he is a great character to use to get the points over and I love his personality and determination and willingness to help.

It is 4 stars from me for this one, it was easy to follow and has a good moral to the story – highly recommended and I love the interactive section at the end of the book too!

Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Adventures-Billy-Bog-Brush-Lost-ebook/dp/B07V3P74BB



Ian Campbell.JPGIan Campbell

Ian Campbell is a senior storeman for the MOD. Born into a military family, he has lived in Germany, Northern Ireland, and the United Kingdom. His first book, A Walk with God, was published in 2011.


Tim ConstableTim Constable

Tim Constable works as a data analyst. He is also a musician, in the Coventry Cathedral choir as a boy, then later composing and playing in his own rock band. As a graphic artist, he has designed logos and flyers for various organizations.

Website www.billybogbrush.co.uk

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