Smiley and the Hero PDF ´ Smiley and Kindle -

Smiley and the Hero PDF ´ Smiley and  Kindle -
  • Paperback
  • 187 pages
  • Smiley and the Hero
  • Ryan Campbell
  • 27 May 2019
  • 1935599739

Smiley and the Hero[Download] ➵ Smiley and the Hero ➾ Ryan Campbell – Essayreview.co.uk San Fernando is a small island port in the tyrannical grip of the giant gangster wolf, Smiley O Hannigan Here, barely surviving and on the edge of starvation, there seems to be no future for young Joh San Fernando is a small island port in the tyrannical grip of the giant gangster wolf, Smiley O Hannigan Here, barely surviving and on the edge of starvation, there seems to be no future for young Johnny and his mother But when Johnny finds a key to the back door of Smiley s fortress and treasure vault, he has a chance to change everything Johnny s always dreamed of being a hero like his father, but he s about to learn that heroism Smiley and Kindle - isn t quite as easy or as simple as he thought Smiley and the Hero by Ryan Campbell with illustrations by Cooner.


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10 thoughts on “Smiley and the Hero

  1. says:

    Smiley has an iron grip on the island of San Fernando One rabbit, Johnny, wants to take down the big bad wolf Literally Smiley is huge and unstoppable Everyone is afraid of him, so he does whatever he wants.Johnny wants to make life better for both himself, and his mother He s living up to the person his father was, which is absolutely believable Boys grow up wanting to emulate their fathers, and Johnny is no exception His father would want him to make life better for everyone, and he s w Smiley has an iron grip on the island of San Fernando One rabbit, Johnny, wants to take down the big bad wolf Literally Smiley is huge and unstoppable Everyone is afraid of him, so he does whatever he wants.Johnny wants to make life better for both himself, and his mother He s living up to the person his father was, which is absolutely believable Boys grow up wanting to emulate their fathers, and Johnny is no exception His father would want him to make life better for everyone, and he s willing to take the risks no one else has.The story of Johnny s quest to bring down a mobster is very well done He s an active main character, so he earns everything The ending does not take the fairytale s way out either Being a hero is not what he expected, and after all he went through, did he make any difference Can you really change the world Status quo seems pretty deeply entrenched on this island.I do think Johnny s conscious endeavor to be a hero is a little heavy handed Nobody outright seeks to be a hero, and characters discussing it so directly come very close to breaking the fourth wall It should ve emphasizedthat he wanted to be specifically like his father Self sacrificing, generous, honest, etc Not just this lofty, dreamy goal of becoming a hero The story tries, but it leans a little too much to one side It s a small flaw though.The humanized animals feel very natural here Even though it is another version of humanity and there are few differences in the society, Smiley himself would not work as a human He s a character that is only believable as a wolf, so there s a good reason for the story to be told with animals instead of humans Well done Kudos to Cooner for the illustrations They compliment the story well

  2. says:

    A clever and engaging re imagining of Jack the Beanstalk starring a plucky young rabbit up against a gigantic, bulletproof, gangster wolf It grabbed my attention on the first page and never let go Very enjoyable A clever and engaging re imagining of Jack the Beanstalk starring a plucky young rabbit up against a gigantic, bulletproof, gangster wolf It grabbed my attention on the first page and never let go Very enjoyable

  3. says:

    I didn t quite know what to expect from this one I was browsing around eBay one day and happened upon it by chance Based off of the rather interesting cover and the quick blurb I gave it a shot, expecting something akin to a young adult tale How wrong I was There s cursing, ample violence, and somewhat uncomfortable sexuality throughout, none of which bothers me on its own My issue was that the story was okay butwell, that s it it never actually rose above being just okay I expected I didn t quite know what to expect from this one I was browsing around eBay one day and happened upon it by chance Based off of the rather interesting cover and the quick blurb I gave it a shot, expecting something akin to a young adult tale How wrong I was There s cursing, ample violence, and somewhat uncomfortable sexuality throughout, none of which bothers me on its own My issue was that the story was okay butwell, that s it it never actually rose above being just okay I expected , I suppose, based on the characterizations, something akin to a modern day fairy tale Instead, everything seemed just a bit too plain I mean, the villian is a giant, steroid fueled, bulletproof wolf, yet he almost could have been human will little consequence There were cliches throughout, grammatical errors here and there, and a few other issues, but that doesn t detract entirely from what ends up being a decent if somewhat uninspiring story

  4. says:

    I really enjoyed this book It is a creative and fun adventure and has a strong allusion to fairy tales and stories Dark, sinister and sometimes very violent moments fill this book giving it a suspenseful feeling The characters are well written, the themes fun, the story well put together Overall a great bit of reading Mr Campbell should be proud of his hard work.I can t recommend this highly enough, though squeamish and young audiences should avoid for the graphic violence and the torture I really enjoyed this book It is a creative and fun adventure and has a strong allusion to fairy tales and stories Dark, sinister and sometimes very violent moments fill this book giving it a suspenseful feeling The characters are well written, the themes fun, the story well put together Overall a great bit of reading Mr Campbell should be proud of his hard work.I can t recommend this highly enough, though squeamish and young audiences should avoid for the graphic violence and the torture scene Still great work and to top it off really good interior art by a very talented artist

  5. says:

    Tight, smart and heartwarming you won t be disappointed Ryan Campbell s first showing does not suffer firstbookitis, instead coming out strong As the modern retelling of a classic fairytale with a new, toothsome face, it s smart and solid, hitting every point it should, with areasonable ending and believable characters all the way through It will satisfy, and leave you waiting for Campbell s next book.

  6. says:

    A fun, fast paced modern faerie tale of gangsters, heroes, and noir themes all woven around what it means to be a hero In many ways, this is a modern bestiary, exploring morality and the nature of rabbit and wolf Quite entertaining and well done

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