Who Let the Gods Out?

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Who Wrote It?

Maz Evans began her writing career in journalism as a TV critic and feature writer. Her debut novel, Who Let the Gods Out? was selected as Waterstone’s Children’s Book of the Month. Maz is much in demand as a comedy book and lyrics writer for the stage and has received multiple awards for her songwriting. She is also the founder of Story Stew, a creative writing programme that visits primary schools and literary festivals around the UK. She lives in Dorset with her husband and four children.

 

What's It About?

Elliot’s mum is ill and his home is under threat, but a shooting star crashes to earth and changes his life forever. The star is Virgo – a young Zodiac goddess on a mission. But the pair accidentally release Thanatos, a wicked death daemon imprisoned beneath Stonehenge, and must then turn to the old Olympian gods for help. After centuries of cushy retirement on earth, are Zeus and his crew up to the task of saving the world – and solving Elliot’s problems too?

 

Fact File

This is Maz’s first book. The next book in the series is Simply the Quest (published in August 2017), followed by Beyond the Odyssey (published in 2018), and she is currently working on a fourth book.

Maz sometimes appears on BBC Radio to discuss topics ranging from politics to parenthood.        

Maz has had a passion for Greek mythology since the age of eight.

To find out more about Maz, visit her website http://maz.world or follow her on Twitter: @MaryAliceEvans and @StoryStew

Your Reviews

Jakub from Holy Family Primary:

This book s about a boy named Elliot and an immortal unleash a demon onto the world and try to fix it with the help of Gods. I like this book because of the humor so I recommend this book to people who like greek mythology and humor.

Jakub gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Lucy from Collingham primary school:

I rated this book a 4/5 because, it was not very believable as I found the characters unrealistic but the storyline was great.

Lucy gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

molly from otley all saints :

This is na funny book it will make you laugh. There is a little twist but it fits really well . If you enjoy comedy and humor then this is defenitly the book for you . hope you enjoy!!!!!!

molly gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

Evie from windmill primary school:

This book wasn't to my taste; I thought it needed some more adventure. The thing I did like though was the name of chapter 7: Prisoner forty who?

I thought the book could have been funnier.

Evie gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Freya from Ashfield Primary:

I did not like this book since it was really boring and at the start of this it didn't make sense to me plus it was very weird and it needed more adventure.

Freya gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

Megan from Collingham LEH Primary School:

I wasn't a big fan of this book to begin with, but it got better later on. Elliot Hooper's childhood used to be perfect, but its about to get much, much worse. When his mum was diagnosed with a serious illness, Elliot takes it amongst himself to care for he. Soon a strange constellation comes crashing down to earth, and together they release the evil Thanatos, daemon of death. They must work together, with a number of other gods, to make things right again. I found this book very humorous, and think that other children would like it.

Megan gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Jasmine from Collingham LEH Primary School :

I enjoyed this book because it is an unusual story about a normal human boy on Earth, meeting Virgo and other Gods from Elysium above the Earths clouds.

It made me laugh when Elliot kept calling Mrs Porshley-Plum Mrs Horses-Bum and when Virgo landed in the cowshed stepping in cow dung!

Jasmine gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Riya from Holy Family Primary School:

This book is about a boy named Elliot.A shooting star crashes onto Earth.Will it change Elliot's life forever?I liked that one scene stayed in 2 pages rather than one chapter.This story did grip me but only at certain points of the book.The story did keep me guessing a lot especially when i predicted what was going t happen next.I didnt dislke any of the bok because i like adventure/mystery stories.I would recommend this book to everyone.

Riya gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Elisabeth from Oakwood Primary Academy:

I really love this book because is set in the past ad I really just wont stop reading it hope there are more books like this to read

Elisabeth gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Fatiah from Beeston primary:

I didn't like this book it was really boring for me and I thought it needed some more adventure.

Fatiah gave Who Let the Gods Out? 1 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

Aaliyah from Beeston primary:

Who let the Gods out is a humorous book. You will go on a journey with a boy called Elliot who is very mischievous. I would recommend this book to fun and imaginative people.

Aaliyah gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Lana from Ashfield Primary:

The best part was the middle because there was a rhyme the best part of the rhyme was "The Virgo girl was only due to visit prisoner forty-two 'cos when she crossed the sacred portal the ninny brought along a mortal the human child broke the spell now thanatos will give us'ell" do you like this book to?

Lana gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Stelia from Middleton Primary School:

I love it so much!It was so impossible to stop reading!I extremely loved how it was set back, in the past. Also as I have learnt many things about the Greek gods!After I had finished my first book,this was the last book that was still here!So I was recommended this!I loved the name of chapter 7: Prisoner forty who?

Stelia gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

Ruby from Kippax Greenfield primary school:

It was awesome because it is all about the boy called Eliot

Ruby gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Lukas from White Laith Primary School:

I thought the book would be funny but it isn't that funny I expected it to be funnier but I still enjoyed it.

Lukas gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Sky from Lawns Park Primary School:

I didn't really like it because it is not my type of book that I would choose. I would recommend this book to 8-9 yrs of age but only if you like anything with facts about Ancient Gods in it.

Sky gave Who Let the Gods Out? 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Caseybree from Grimes Dyke Primary School:

I've rated this book 2 because I did not like this book I did not find it that interesting but it is not the authors fault! Because I'm not into stuff like that so I would recommend it if it was someone I knew liked books like that because its like a mystery book. If they was not interested in stuff like that I would not recommend it.

Caseybree gave Who Let the Gods Out? 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Samantha from White Laith Primary School:

I really liked this book because it is full of mystery. It is about a boy called Elliot whose mum is very ill and a shooting star crashes into earth and changes his life. The star is a God called Virgo. Elliot and Virgo need to capture Thanatos.

Samantha gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Ellen from Collingham:

To start off this is a good book but it is hard to pronounce most of the names of the gods.

My favourite character in this book is Zeus he is a fun loving idiot and my favourite part in the book was when Elliot got tricked by the daemon of sleep.

All in all this is a very funny book.

Ellen gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Lara from Collingham lady Elizabeth hastings C of E primary school :

This book was great and very gripping,I really enjoyed it. The reason I gave it a four was because at the start the book was not much of a page turner but further on in the story it got better and better.

Lara gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Hannah from Thorner Prinary school:

I didn’t like this book because the story was hard to follow, I couldn’t prounonce a lot of the names or places and the story seemed to lose plot halfway through.

Hannah gave Who Let the Gods Out? 1 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Abigail from St Margaret:

This book was so amazing, because I loved all of the amazing characters, My favourite character was Elliot never gave up on his friends, he lived with his mum who was going through a hard time. And also I think he never gave up looking after his Mum. Near the end it was dramatic for me. My favourite bit was when Elliot freed the God Of Death. Also it was very adventurous but also dangerous.

Abigail gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Isobel from Southroyd primary school:

I loved this book because it had a great mix of comedy and action, creating an exciting read for children of all ages. I rated this book 5/5 because the author has taken real gods and given them each a unique personality.

Isobel gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Daniel from Rawdon St. Peters:

It was a spectacular book, I really enjoyed it. It was the perfect mix between action and funniness, a great novel.

Daniel gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Matthew from Otley All Saints CofE Primary School:

Well done Maz! I thought this book was a triumph in fictional writing. I especially liked how you could weave " real" gods into it but have working with them "made up" gods. I also liked the cliffhanger at the end.

Matthew gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Anshika from St. Benedict's Catholic Primary School:

Overall this book was good, could be better, but it was good. I found the first part a tiny bit boring but later on my eyes were literally glued to the page. I feel as if it could have been a little bit better, but it was OK.

Anshika gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Daisy from Fountain Primary School:

This book is very gripping, as it is funny! At the end, I like how it has a cliffhanger to close the story, making you question what will happen yet. I would happily read this book again and again!

Daisy gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Anjali from Horsforth Featherbank Primary School:

I liked this book however it didn't really hook me in.I think that it would hook you in if you like adventurous things and if you can wait for them to happen.

Anjali gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

ife from st joseph's catholic primary school castleford:

one of the best books I've ever read. The cliff-hanger at the end made me sad because I want to know who was at the door and what happened to the Chaos Stones, Patricia, Josie and Thanatos.

ife gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Katy from St Matthews :

It was a great book.Well done Maz Evans!It would have been a five if he found all the stones but it was still okay.It also would have been better if Virgo had got her kardia back.

Katy gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Grace from Pool C of E primary school:

When I started reading this book I found it quite boring but when I got further into this book I found quite exciting. I gave it a 3 out of 5 only because I didn't understand some of it and it just didn't interest me.

Grace gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Paige from Southroyd primary school :

This book is really funny I really enjoyed it;however, I got a bit confused in some parts. on the other hand I couldn’t put it down,I would recommend this book for anyone who likes to read a lot and a little bit of humour whilst reading.

Paige gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Sophie from pool C.E primary school:

Who let the gods out?is about a boy called Elliot and a girl called Virgo, who need to find prisoner forty who has escaped and is going to destroy the human world. this book is very adventurous and magical it would suite a person who loves reading about mystery and drama. the book is also really good because it changes between the human world and the immortal world (no human beings live there). this book would not be suited for someone who likes feeling for the characters and also it would not suite somebody who likes having the book very detailed. some parts made me a bit confused but i still loved this book.

Sophie gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Victoria from Southroyd primary school:

I really enjoyed this book. This was slightly humorous;I couldn't put the book down. However, in some parts I would get slightly confused but I still loved it. I recommend this book for people who love reading and those who love a little humour in their books

Victoria gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Lucy from Hunslet st Mary's Primary C of E school:

I loved this book! It was action- packed and full of mystery and adventure.

The protagonist Elliot, is just an ordinary boy but has many problems.He is on the brink of getting expelled, his mum has a mental health illness (forgets a lot) and their nosy neighbor (Patrica Porshley Plum) is snooping around their farm. And to top it all, an immortal constellation (Virgo)comes crashing into their cow shed, leading to more chaos.

This book has lots of splapstick humour and wit. One of my favourite parts is when the a special royal does karate and back hansprings to attack Hypnos.

This book was DEFINITELY worth a read and I would highly recommend it.

Lucy gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

kelsey from hunslet st marys:

This is a very funny book with lots of funny jokes in it. I recommend this book for girls and boys age 8+.My favorite bit was when a special character was doing karate. I would definitely read more books from this author and i am going to get the full series of this book.This book has some surprising bits in it.

kelsey gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Emily from Hunslet St Marys:

I loved this book!I think that this was really funny and I really enjoyed it!I recommend this to ages 10-12 years old.I loved how the characters are funny sometimes!My favorite character was definitely Virgo.This book has some really surprising content and some funny!I would definitely read other books by this author!

Emily gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Isabelle from Hunslet st marys :

I gave this book a 2 out of 5 because it was quite boring and I didn't find it very interesting . Personally I would not recommend it , but you might like it . My favorite character was Virgo because in some parts her personality was funny . It was good at the start but then dragged out for too long at the end . It did have some really funny parts but it was not for me . It is a boys and girls book .

Isabelle gave Who Let the Gods Out? 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Freya from Swillington primary:

Elliot is a boy who struggles in life;from his mum’s illness to Mrs Porshely-plum,to home farm and of course Mr Boil.But things are about to get even worse when an immortal lands on his farm and takes him to a place where he reeks havoc.Luckily, a team of gods are willing to help.Elliot is taken on a journey like no other.What will happen? I rate this book four because I enjoyed the comedy this book brings;it could be read by almost anyone.This book is a little of history or religion but mostly fantasy.This is why I want to read the next book.

Freya gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Samantha from Hunslet .St Mary's C of E Primary school:

This book has amazing details and has a bit of everything in it. I look forward to a second book.My favorite character is Virgo!I recommend this to an age range of 7-12.It's mythical , magical , brilliant it has spice it has everything I like!There was even a surprising encounter which you would never think of.

Samantha gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Harriet from Swillington primary school:

I loved how this book was about gods on adventures over England,but at parts of the book I didn't really understand what was going on.I would recommend this book for anyone who likes reading books that are funny,adventurous and interesting.

Harriet gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Isabel from Swillington primary school:

This book was really confusing I think there were lots of un needed characters that just Made it hard to understand. Elliot is a boy who has an ill mum and wants to keep it a secret then he meets Virgo and doesn't listen to what she's told him and ends up in trouble. Can the gods come and save the day?

Isabel gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Ruby from Kippax Greenfield primary school :

This book is very sad about the mum I wish she could get better

Ruby gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Josefine from St. Matthews:

I found this book veeeeeeeery funny.I laughed so much ,my brother got annoyed!:)

Josefine gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Mazey from Oakwood Primary Academy :

I thought this book was very interesting to read.I like it when he finds the last crystal to go in his locket.I recommend this book to people who like myths and legends.

Mazey gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Sama from Oakwoodpimaryacademy:

I thing like about this book is that when I feel sad it always makes me laugh when I read the page with Virgo and the councillors argue over Elliot.

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Sama gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Hamna from Oakwood Primary Academy:

I enjoyed this book very much. It was a real page turner. My favourite character is Hermes because I think he's extremely funny. I also liked the play on words in the title.

Hamna gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Lily from Southroyd Primary:

I really enjoyed this book. It was incredibly funny, full of constellations,God's,neutrals and daemons. I recommend this to anyone who enjoys comedy books or just anyone who wants a good book to read

Lily gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Ayin from Ireland Wood Primary School:

This book is incredibly funny. It uses the Greek Gods but with weird and quirky personalities to make it more enjoyable. I personally enjoyed it more because i read books like Percy Jackson which has the same sort of theme.

Ayin gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Lily from Southroyd :

I found this book very good because it was very funny and very action-packed . A great read for everyone

Lily gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Caitlin from Collingham LEH Primary School:

Who Let The Gods Out, is a great book and I would recommend it to all my friends. The only problem is that the plot is a bit obvious in places. My favourite character was probably Virgo because she was funny and kind.

Caitlin gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Jay from Whinmoor St Pauls :

i really enjoyed this book because I really enjoy History and adventure books. When reading this book, expect the unexpected. I would recommend this to people who enjoy adventure books.

Jay gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

LANNEY from Greenhill primary:

I really enjoyed this book. I do recommend this book to people who like humour as when he thinks Virgo is dead.The best bit was the humour.

LANNEY gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Fatima from Harehills Primary School:

I found this book very boring, I realy did not like it. Sorry.

Fatima gave Who Let the Gods Out? 1 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Georgia from APS:

I think who let the gods out is quite a good book but I'm not that sure I like it that much. I have rated it a 2 because at some parts they start talking about one character and then at the other another character. I still like this book quite a lot and my favourite character is Elliot

Georgia gave Who Let the Gods Out? 2 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Millie from Ashfield Primary School:

I really like this book because its action packed and full of comedy. I definitely recommend this book to nine years and over also to people that love facts about Greek Gods.

Millie gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Kristel from Allerton C of E primary school:

Who Let The Gods Out was a funny, enjoyable book that I recommend to anyone. It's an interesting way to bring Greek Gods (And Zodiac signs) to life if you ever wondered what it would be like for them in their lives. However, the ending was quite short and everything happened really quickly but I thoroughly liked it.

Kristel gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Drew from Southroyd Primary School:

This book is jam packed with retired but just as funny gods, karate kick butt queens, friendly constellations, an ordinary boy with a big problem and a daemon of death holding threat to destroy the world for us mortals as we know it!

Drew gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Rylan from Churwell primary school:

This book was soooooo good. If you are a fan of Percy Jackson, you will love this.The story was one of the best out of the 9 to 11 short list. It has so much Greek aspects and other myths and legends.

Rylan gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Kate from St Francis Catholic Primary school:

I enjoyed this book because it taught me lots about Greek gods and was very exciting and adventurous, however I thought it dragged on and on and gave to much unneeded information. I got a bit fed up of the book after a while. My favourite character was Virgo because she thought she knew the answers to everything and she had no problems so when everything went wrong she didn't know what to do.

Kate gave Who Let the Gods Out? 2 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Maisie from St Urban's Catholic Primary School:

This book took me on a journey with it and left me wanting to read on. I loved it all but my favorite part was when they are on a motorbike, riding though the blue sky. The ending was not as good,as Patrica just gave over the house to Elliot and I felt the writer could have extended. this is my favorite book so far and I hope the author writes more.

Maisie gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Liliana from Allerton ce primary:

This book was really fun and action packed, I recommend it to people who like suprises.

Liliana gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

Anand from Asquith Primary School:

I have rated this book 5 out of 5 because it was a good mix of Greek mythology and modern humour which was excellent in my point of veiw.I think his was my favourite so far.

Anand gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

lillie from st.margarets:

Elliot's mum is ill but someone crashes in his cow shed.he finds out she is a mortal and she brings him to her secret world.they accidentally let the bad god out they need the king of gods to save the day.a lot of description a bit boring.

lillie gave Who Let the Gods Out? 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Millie from Carlton Primary School:

I gave this book 3 out of 5 because I Like that it explains about all the different gods that are in the book. Unfortunately I didn't find it very exciting to read. I would definitely recommend this book to history lovers. It didn't exceed my expectations.

Millie gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Juliette from Carlton Primary School:

This book was defiantly interesting. But I'm slightly disappointed the book sounded amazing at first but as I read through I got slightly confused at how each chapter switches different worlds. Other people may enjoy this book but it wasn't for me.

Juliette gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Izzy from St Benedicts Catholic Primary School:

I LOVED EVERYTHING ABOUT 'WHO LET THE GODS OUT?', FROM PATRICIA 'HORSES-BUM'S ' EVIL SCHEMES TO ELLIOT HOOPER'S DARING ACTIONS, AND FROM THANATOS' DECEITFUL PLOTS TO VIRGO'S IMPERFECT MANNER. I HOPE THAT THIS BOOK WINS THE SHORTLIOST!

Izzy gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Scarlett from Asquith primary school:

Some of the chapters i just din't get that is why i rated 4.

Scarlett gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Ava from Southroyd PRimary and Nursery School:

I reviewed this book as 5 stars because not only do I love the little word plays but that it got a lot of humorous names like snordlesnot.Inalso really like that she's used historical facts,like god names,into a story.

Ava gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

Caitlin from Horsforth Featherbank Primary:

This was the 6th and last Leeds Book Award book I read.

If it wasn't one of the 6 books I needed to read I wouldn't have read it as my classmate didn't like it. But it was absolutely amazing because it was easy to read, but not too easy, plus I liked the creative characters. I would definitely recommend it to my age group.

Caitlin gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

frankie from southroyd primary school:

the funniest book i have read in a long time and i love how the gods can do karate!

frankie gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

daniel from st josephs catholic primary school cstelford:

this book was excellent interesting and very funny I loved the part where the hologram was on Bessie

daniel gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Kaitlyn from Alwoodley Primary School:

THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING! I would really like there to be another book about Virgo and Elliot! The whole book is based on Elliot and his mother, who has a memory problem. Patricia Porshley Plum was a very funny evil character, very greedy and unfair. This has been one the best books that I've read! I would recommend this book to 10-11 years old because it's funny and I think that it has a few complicated scenes but it's amazing! It's side splitting and will get you rolling on the floor in laughter!

Kaitlyn gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Charlotte from Alwoodley Primary School:

I like this book. Something good about it was that it was very funny and had lots of jokes in it! I also liked how there were lots of problems in it. I rate this book five out of five!

Charlotte gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Dania from Alwoodley Primary School :

It was ok but I didn't particularly enjoy it. I liked Eliots character I also liked it when Eliot wished upon a star and let a god out . Also I didn't like how they were talking about Eliot at first and then started talking about another character because it made it very confusing to read. I would recommend this book to people who enjoy adventure books.

Dania gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Sofia from Ashfield Primary School:

My review is that I liked the book because it is funny, has action and is mythical which I like. My favourite character was the queen because she is amazing at karate.

Sofia gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Ava from Collingham primary school:

This book is really boring because nothing really happens in it.I only like it when Eliot wished on a star.That means I have to rate it 1/5.

Ava gave Who Let the Gods Out? 1 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Rowan from Collingham:

My favourite part is when Eliot wishes on a star and gets a god.

Rowan gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Jessica from Grimes dyke primary school:

It was quite bad i used it to help me sleep

Jessica gave Who Let the Gods Out? 2 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Isabella from Collingham LEH primary school:

I didn't think this book was very good as I found it a bit boring like nothing was really happening and I did not like the way it started as thought it was a bit depressing so therefore sadly I can only rate it 1 out 5!!!

Isabella gave Who Let the Gods Out? 1 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Jennifer from ST.Urbans Catholic Primary School:

Who Let The Gods Out, was a very fascinating book. In my opinion, I found it hard to understand the plot-line of this book at first since it was confusing. However, as I began to understand it I thoroughly enjoyed it.

It was very historical yet interesting. The ending seemed to rush a little and didn't have the conclusion that I would've expected but I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys magical and historical stories. I would definitely like to read some more adventurous books from this author and I would advise the author to carry on writing books.

Jennifer gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Amelia from Lawns Park Primary School:

I found this book to be very historical yet interesting. Throughout most of the story, I was gripped. However, the end seemed rushed and didn't conclude the book as well as it should have done. Overall, I was quite impressed despite the ending. I would recommend this to ages 8-12 years as the book is very child friendly. It would read this book again.

Amelia gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

Seth from Lawns Park Primary School:

I enjoyed this book and there were a few funny moments, like when most of the Daemons were introduced but there were some things that I would personally change however other people probably would not. Overall it was one of the best books I have read, I would definitely recommend it.

Seth gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Elijah from Shire Oak primary school:

I did not like this book because it is sad. The mum is ill and I don't like gods!!!!!! Parts of the book were funny, that bit I enjoyed, but overall I didn't like it.

Elijah gave Who Let the Gods Out? 1 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Ruby from Shire Oak Primary School:

I found Who Let The Gods out? a bit boring. I rate this book 2 out of 5 because it has a bit of everything but as I said, boring. I reccomend this book to people aged 9-12. I think people who like history and gods.

Ruby gave Who Let the Gods Out? 2 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

Erin from Carlton Primary School:

I think this book was an adventure story. It had an easy to follow story line and was quite magical. It was about Greek gods and mythical creatures. Elliot met a girl called Virgo and they set off to try get the earth stone, I recommend this book to good readers who can read long names.

Erin gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Jay from Moor Allerton primary school :

The book who let the gods out book was wonderful things happened unexpectedly and the book was very funny???.

I was expecting the gods to be a bit more like the original gods not the retired gods.

But the book missed out Opollo??

Jay gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

Connor from Carlton Primary School:

Who Let the Gods Out is an amazing book. It is hard to describe how good this book is. I would recommend this book to absolutely anyone. I really liked the aspect of Greek mythology as I really like history.

Connor gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

William from Carlton Primary School:

This book is one of the best books I have ever read because you never know what is going to happen next.The book also helped me with my work at school because it gave me ideas for my writing. I would recommend 5 out of 5. I would say this book is mainly for boys and by the sound of the last page there will probably be a sequel!

William gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

Layla from Five Lanes Primary:

I liked this book but some parts I didn't understand which character was the main one.Even so, it's still brilliant!

Layla gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Bronwen from Five Lanes Primary School:

I LOVED it! A real page turner, I just couldn't put it down. It was absolutely hilarious, and I recommend this book to people who are interested in history, but enjoy it to be more funny. A bit like Horrible Histories!

Bronwen gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Grace from Five lanes primary school:

Your book was long but really good I was so into it . It was lovely

Grace gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Violette from Beeston Primary School:

I didn't really like this book at all. I found it a bit boring and quite confusing at the beginning. I found it confusing because it would jump to conclusions too fast. My favourite character is Virgo because I like how sassy she is and the way she talks to Elliot. I love the description in this book because it really good for helping you paint a vivid image in your head. I also like the description because it helps me picture the people and places easily. My favourite part is when Elliot describes Mrs.Porshley Plum and his nickname for her is Mrs.Horses Bum. I would recommend this book to people who like fictional books or books that have got gods in it.

Violette gave Who Let the Gods Out? 2 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Violette from Beeston Primary School:

I didn't really like this book at all. I found it a bit boring and quite confusing at the beginning. I found it confusing because it would jump to conclusions too fast. My favourite character is Virgo because I like how sassy she is and the way she talks to Elliot. I love the description in this book because it really good for helping you paint a vivid image in your head. I also like the description because it helps me picture the people and places easily. My favourite part is when Elliot describes Mrs.Porshley Plum and his nickname for her is Mrs.Horses Bum. I would recommend this book to people book who like fictional books or books that have got gods in it.

Violette gave Who Let the Gods Out? 2 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Humayra from Pudsey Bolton Royd Primary School:

Who let the gods back is such a good book. I wanted to keep on reading it and I couldn't put the book down. Amazing description as I could imagine the setting and the scene. Brilliant book about Greek gods!

Humayra gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Emily from greenhill primary school:

I didn't really like this book its not my kind . But my favourite chapter was plain sailing-its my favourite because at the start it hooked me with a character called Virgo.

Emily gave Who Let the Gods Out? 2 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

ISABEL from BEESTON PRIMARY SCHOOL:

I really enjoyed this book. It was confusing at first and a bit boring. The story did, however, get a lot better and I became intrigued as there were a few unpredictable turns of events. The characters were very different, my favourites being, Aphrodite [with her can do attitude], the Queen [with her ninja skills], and, of course, Hermes [with his fabulous fashion sense]. The ending leaves you on a cliff hanger , as you do not know what happens or who Zeus sees at the door of Home Farm. I do hope Maz Evans writes a sequel to this amazing novel.

ISABEL gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

ali from Pusdey Bolton Royd Primary School:

the book was really good and it was funny

ali gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Lilyanna from Kippax Greenfield Primary school:

It is so good because I didn’t want to put it down

Lilyanna gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

Zaahir from Hunslet St. Mary's Primary School:

I think Who Let The Gods Out was an amazing book because it had lots of humour which was very funny.I particularly liked when Virgo fell into some cow dung because she fell from the sky. This is the humour i was talking about. I recommend this book for people who are 8.

Zaahir gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Katie lee from Lawns park primary :

I find this book very interesting a fictional,adventurous and heart warming story. I found it very funny and found that it has a creative story line. Overall, It was not what I was expecting. It was great and I would recommend this book to ages 7 - 13 years.

Katie lee gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

Jae from Adel Primary School:

This book had a fun and exciting start however the book had a bit too much information in it but didn't have any detail.

Jae gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

MAISY from ADEL PRIMARY:

Sadly this was not the book for me; I thought there were to many things crammed into a page. This made it very confusing and overwhelming therefore I give this book a 2.

MAISY gave Who Let the Gods Out? 2 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Anya from Horsforth Featherbank Primary School:

REALLY REALLY REALLY GOOD soooo amazing the tension graph is up up up

Anya gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

maya from roundhay:

it was good. I enjoyed it when the queen beat up the deomon of sleep

maya gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

Lauren from Roundhay St Johns primary school:

I really enjoyed This book because its funny and really adventurous and a bit scary

Lauren gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Connor from Blackgates Primry School:

This book is funny and cool. Virgo is self centred and crazy. Eliot's mum is weird because she were in the middle of the field on her knees. The women next door is funny because she fell in her high heels. This book is a suitable for 7 and over. I do not think I will read this book again despite the fact it was amazing.

Connor gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Peter from Shire Oak Primary school:

This is an amazing book with adventure and history don't forget some humor as well. The characters are great basically all i have to say is praise. A truly thrilling book.

Peter gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Eryn from Shire Oak Primmary School:

This book could do with allot of improving. Half the time I have no idea what is happening, because there doesn't seem to be any build. Sometimes I don't know where they are, because there is not much detail.

Eryn gave Who Let the Gods Out? 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Gabriel from Featherbank Primary School:

I found it a bit boring at the start but then it got fun plus i really liked

the charaters

Gabriel gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

callum from otley all saint primary:

I found this book alright though I myself am not a huge Greek gods person though it has supposedly meant to be a funny book however it was very childish humor

callum gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Joe from Ireland Wood Primary School:

This is a fantastic book for people who love a bit of comedy, creativity and more. A great idea with extra humor makes this story a perfect read!

Joe gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Daniel from Ireland Wood Primary School:

i thought this book was super funny and is a must-read for anyone studying Greek myths or just loves a good book!

Daniel gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

skylar from windmill primary school:

It was not as good as I thought it would be and I found it very pleasant. I love adventurous books it was not just adventurous it also had lots of comedy. I give this book a strong 3 because it was not boring just not my cup of tea.

skylar gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

Frankie from Southroud primary school:

I really enjoyed this book as it was hilarious and entertaining! I will definitely be reading it again

Frankie gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

Francesca from Collingham Primary School:

I found this book really funny and exiting .My favourite part is at Zuses wedding because it is hilariously funny . I rate this amazing book 5 out of 5!

Francesca gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Isabelle from Otley all saints:

This book is awesome!I love everything about it especially the end.The vocabulary was jaw-dropping! There was a great balance of humour and sadness which I liked.To read this book you have to be able to know a bit about gods and the immortals. My favourite character was Pegasus because he was funny ?. My favourite bit was when Hermes pretended to be Patricia Porshley Plum. I think this book is the the best book ever!! Maz you are one of my favourite authors !!

Isabelle gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

James from St francis:

Who let the gods out was a excellent book it was awsome ?.I would definitely read it again and I would recommend to someone who likes Greek gods or someone who likes amazing ? stories.

James gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Jack from Kippax green field primary school:

Who let the gods out was a book about a boy called Elliot. Elliot was a boy with a normal life, until he found a goddess in a dung heap in his back garden. Also another goddess was called vigoro she had the job of giving a powerful prisoner a drink of a magical elixir to keep him alive. A very good book I would read it again.

Jack gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Alistair from Southroyd Primary & Nursery School:

This was one of the best books that I have ever read; I love the genres it falls into - comedy and adventure. I also really enjoyed the range of vocabulary used by Maz Evans.It was definitely my type of book! It was so good that I abandoned my current book to read it - and it was completely unputdownable!!

Alistair gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Sarah from St Francis Catholic Primary School:

This book was very good but I think what made me give it 3 stars was that some parts of the story was very dull and just droning on and on. I would recommend it to anyone who wants a Greek-myth based thriller.

Sarah gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Jake from Southroyd Primary And Nursery School:

This book may well be one of the greatest novels of all time!!! The amount of amazing vocab Maz Evans puts in keeps you going(especially for me!)and I would highly recommend this for anyone who are looking for a next thriller!

Jake gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Jamie from Southroyed primary school:

This book is AWSOME and Funny anyone should read it no matter what age they are . I was intrigued by the way it started of with action and dialogue ! I lOVE THIS BOOK and everyone should read maz evens books

Jamie gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Alfie from Blackgates primary school:

The vocabulary is so descriptive about one word and they have not just thrown just some random words and just hope it make sense she has actually used good words.My favorite bits are when the mother is on her knees digging up on the field and when he is on the black horse.My favorite gods are virgo and thantos.

Alfie gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Grace from White Laith Primary School:

This book is about a boy called Elliot, who accidentally released a evil God unto the world but with the help of the Gods they save the world! I like this book because it is filled with mystery.

Grace gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Rhys from grimes dyke primary school:

I really like this book the bits what are funny is the names of the chapters and I really thought the name of the book is funny as well. The book is also interesting with the gods and stuff.I would definitely recommend this to 9-11 year olds!

Rhys gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Hafsa from Harehills Primary School:

Overall I would give this book a 3 out of 5 because it was good, but could have drawn the reader in a little more to make them read on. I liked the twist in the story, it was unexpected and different to any other book I had read.

Hafsa gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

Lauren from Carr Manor Primary School:

Who Let the Gods Out is a great book about a boy called Elliot who accidentally releases the evil daemon Thanatos. He is blessed with the help of the Greek gods to re-capture Thanatos, however, they're not so helpful now they're retired...

At parts this book was a bit silly, which I don't like in a book.

Lauren gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Zachary from Green Lane Primary Academy:

Who Let the Gods Out is a spectacular and funny book. It is about a boy called Elliot and an immortal called Virgo who unleash Prisoner 42. Prisoner 42 wants chaos stones to rule the world so Elliot and Virgo need some help from Zeus. I really like this amazing book I would give it 4 and a half stars.

Zachary gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Roxanna from Oakwood Primary Academy:

I really like this book because the story is really funny in most of the book , some parts are sad but I think it is one of the funniest books I have ever read . My favourite characters are Virgo , Elliot and Hermes .

Roxanna gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Sarah from Alwoodley:

I enjoyed this book because it has quiet a bit of comedy but it is still a little bit sad because of his mum. I rate this book four because it is one of the best books I have ever read

Sarah gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Katy from Alwoodley Primary School:

I have finally finished this book and I LOVED it! When I read the blurb of this book at the start I didn't think I would like it, but now that ive read it I think it's really good. I would recommend this book to all people and once you read the first page, you won't stop reading.

Katy gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Stanley from Great Preston c of e primary :

I really enjoyed this book because of all the humour.i couldn’t put it down and the characters are amazing. The funniest part was probably when Mrs Porshley-plum tried to get through the gate.i would recommend this book to ages 8+.i hope you enjoy it too.

Stanley gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Nathan from Great Preston c of e primary school:

I really liked this book it’s quite humorous but has serious and sad moments in the book.Unfortunely it does have quite a slow start so you might not want to read it but if you persevere it gets interesting as soon as Virgo appears and I would really recommend it.

Nathan gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Kara-Leigh from Horsforth Featherbank Primary:

If im honest i personally didnt like this book. It is not t all what i would pick up and read. I think it is a book that boys would enjoy more then girls. I read this book because i had too but if it wasnt in the leeds book awards i would put it straight back down.

Kara-Leigh gave Who Let the Gods Out? 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Fiona from Green Lane primary Acadamy :

Who let the Gods out is a hilarious book. Elliot and Virgo accidentally release Thanatos, evil daemon of death! Virgo is immortal and Elliot is mortal! Will they get Zeus and Pegasus in time or will Thanatos get the magical stones? If he gets the stones first, he'll be able to rule the world!

I give this book 3/5 stars because it isn't exciting enough, even though it is very funny!I recommend this book or children age 8 to 13.

Fiona gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Mary-Ann from Southroyd primary school:

I love this book as it has a little bit of everything, which means that it is more likely for a wider variety of people to enjoy the book and read it. I would recommend this to ages nine and above.

Mary-Ann gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Omar from Adel Primary School:

'Who Let The Gods Out' is a very humorous novel and gets the reader very intrigued into it especially at the end. When I started to read the book I felt that i wanted to read more and more because every time I came to the end of a chapter it would leave with a word or phrase that would want you to read the next chapter.I feel that this book is an exemplary book to people who like a laugh from time to time .Some phrases didn't make sense so that is why I gave it a 4 out of 10.All in all, I would recommend this to children age 10-12.

Omar gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Rayyan from Adel Primary School:

'Who Let The Gods Out' is a brilliant novel.I think the first few pages would hook the reader into the story by how Elliot's school life begins as quite an uneducated student.His mother then suffers from memory loss which will definitely touch your heart.I rate this book a 4 out of 5 as it is not the best book I have read.

Rayyan gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

kasey from pudsey southroyd primary school:

i think this book is really fascinating and relaxing because its got some really good description .I would recommend this book to younger children if they read with an adults support as some of the words are quite tricky for ages 7 and younger .

kasey gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

Lily-Rose from Shire Oak Primary:

I liked this book because it is kind of funny and the characters are cool.The bit about the Mum being ill and Elliot looking after her is touching and lovely. I like how the book chapters change characters like it goes 1st chapter Elliot narrates it and next chapter the god girl narrates it and so on.Although I would not choose to read this book normally as I like drama that could happen in real life.

Lily-Rose gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Eric from Blackgates Primary School:

The book,who let the gods out, was good in some places because of the tension but in other places it was poor because it lacked tension.But that is my opinion.

Eric gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Scott from Great Preston C of E Primary School :

I rate this book 3 out of 5 because at the beginning it was quite boring but it starts to get better. This is quite a funny book about a boy called Elliot who meets the gods

Scott gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Lucy from Westgate Primary School:

Who let the gods out is a story about an ordinary boy who has to look after his dear mother who is suffering from memory loss. This boy's name is Elliot and his life soon changes.

I found this book a little bit hard to get into and I found that sometimes it didn't quite make sense,yet some parts of this book I really enjoyed.

I felt that the topic of gods didn't quite work for me but it could for other children my age (10). Although the main topic of the book was gods, the topic about his mother and her memory loss really touched me,because I can relate to it, for my granny is still suffering from a type of memory loss called dementia.

There was humor in this story and emotional parts, so overall I think this book was alright.

Lucy gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

benedict from Otley all saints primary school:

I really liked this book because of all the amazing things that the characters can do.My favorout part was when the Queen was cararty chopping Hypnos the evil sleep daemon.I have heard that there is a second book so I shall be of to Waterstones very soon.

benedict gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Jessica from Carr Manor Primary School:

The book was BRILLIANT! I loved the part when Elliot meets The Gods and goes on adventures. It was very adventurous! My favourite character is Virgo because she thinks she is perfect but she isn't. I would recommend this book to anyone and I will definitely rate it 5/5.

Jessica gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Amina from Pusey Bolton Royd Primary School:

I dislike this book.The reason is that the way the author wrote the book "Who let the gods out"At the beginning I got interested in the book then when it got to the end,it started to get quite boring so I would recommend this book to a child younger than my age.The number that I rated this book was 2.

Amina gave Who Let the Gods Out? 2 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

LOIS from OTLEY ALL SAINTS PRIMARY SCHOOL:

I really enjoyed this book. It is very funny but at some places it can be very sad .My favorite characters are Virgo because when ever she tries to fix something ,everything goes wrong also I like Pegasus because it is a horse,and he has attitude. At the end of every chapter,it ends with a cliff hanger.You have to know a bit about myths to understand what is happening, but over all it is very good .I was so sad when it finished.I would recomend it to people aged 8-12 .I LOVED IT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

LOIS gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Jessica from Grimes dyke primary school:

It was ok it was boring at the start then it got a bit better it was ok.

Jessica gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Zach from Great Preston c of e primary :

This book is about a boy Called Elliot who meets the gods.I like this book because it is very funny however the start is not very interesting.

Zach gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Zach from Great Preston C of E primary school:

This book is about a boy Called Elliot who meets the gods.I liked this book a lot and thought that it was really

funny.however the start was not very interesting.

Zach gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Summur from Alwoodley primary school:

I finished the book and it's funny and really nice to read I really enjoyed it. It has lots of action in it and there are always problems around the corner. I would definitely recommend this book.

Summur gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

laibaa from Pudsy Bolton Royd:

Elliot's mum is ill and his home is under threat. but a shooting star crashes to earth and changes his life forever.

laibaa gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Katija from Pudsey bolton royd primary school:

This book is amazing but the only thing is that it is not that fun and it does not have any laughter and the start of the story but guess what the end bit was the best it was full of everything i love!!! also i love greek gods and this book as it!.

Katija gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Lukas from Beeston Primary:

An evil god has been released upon the world by the main character(Elliot).This god is named Thanatos, Daemon of Death. To stop Thanatos, Elliot must gather all the gods such as Zeus, Pegasus and Virgo. Are the gods ready to save the world? And is the world ready for the gods? I really liked this book because of how adventurous, heartfelt and hilarious it is. At the start, the book was quite boring, but I was persistent and it paid off. I hope that I read more of Maz Evan' future novels.

Lukas gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

gemma from Pudsey Bolton Royd:

i have read chapter 1 and i think its very intresting but i will recommend it to someone a little younger because i think they will love it,

gemma gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Pratyush from white laith primary school:

This book is very good and filled with suspense however it is not as funny as I imagined. It gets funnier towards the end. Also it tells you the names of the Greek Gods and is very imaginative. I'd recommend this book to a child in year 4 and over.

Pratyush gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Caitlin from Carr Manor Primary:

I really enjoyed this book because it mixes reality, sympathy and fantasy. Having read alot about the greek gods, it's quite weird seeing them retired. I liked how there was a modern underworld with technology and things like an iGod. It was a good mix of history and the world around us.

Caitlin gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Ethan from Green Lane Primary Academy:

Who Let the Gods out- Book Review by Ethan R

This book is about a young boy only 12 years old, whose mum is quite ill. Elliot is not doing well in school as he keeps falling asleep and getting badly told off. The school think he is playing computer games too late however, the real reason is because he is having to do all the house chores such as cooking and looking after his mum. His house is run down and falling apart.

Elliot and his mum don't have enough money to pay their house bills and are having to borrow money from different loan companies to pay them. They don't know if they'll ever be able to pay them back- in fact they only have one week to pay back the Money!

Just when Elliot thinks it can't get any worse what is described as a shooting star comes down and misses his window by just a few metres....

Meanwhile, up in the heavens above the clouds the Zodiac council were gathering to discuss other immortals. There was one task, delivering a dose of ambrosia to an immortal prisoner on Earth, that nobody on the Zodiac council wanted to volunteer for except young and keen Virgo. Whilst the other councillors were arguing about who should go, Virgo managed to slip away and attempt the mission. Read the book to find out whether the mission was a success or not....

I enjoyed reading the book as it mixed real life characters with Gods.

I would recommend this book to children and young adults who like myths about GODS.

By Ethan R

Ethan gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Adam from Green Lane Primary Academy:

Book Review- Who Let the Gods out?

Hi, my name is Adam and I recently read this book. It is about a boy named Elliot who lives with his mum. He has mental issues and lives on a farm. It all went from normal to crazy when a plane knocked the constellations, Virgo out of the sky and it lands in Elliot's shed.

Virgo thinks she od perfect but Elliot doesn't. Thanks to them, Thanatos (evil demon of death)is released. They need all the help they can get. Are Gods really ready to save the world? Read the book to find out.

I recommend this book to kids 8+ as the story is about Gods.

By Adam B

Adam gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Amirah from Carr Manor Primary School:

I really enjoyed this book.It is about a boy called Elliot who accidentally releases the evil Daemon of Death,Thanatos which was a big mistake. We are also told that his mum has mental issues. To try and help him,Zeus and his crew come to try save them from Thanatos.In the book I liked the humour,adventure and the description.But on the other hand, there are bits which are hard to relate to as well as confusing.I would recommend this book to anyone who likes adventure,mythology and humour.

anyone who likes mythology and adventure style books

Amirah gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Ainee from Victoria Shanghai Academy :

This is an AMAZING book. It's humorous and emotional at the same time, which I gather is really hard to do. Congrats Mav Evans!

Ainee gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Malak from Allerton c of e Primary School:

I like this book because it was funny and learnt about Greek Gods last term.

I would recommend this book.

Malak gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

seren from Shire Oak Primary School:

This book is a really good book because its quite humourous and has greek mythology in it and i love mythology.I would give it 5 out of 5.

seren gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

arthur from Shire Oak Primary School:

I liked the book it is packed with humour and a little bit of history I loved the bit when the queen had a fight with hypos the god of sleep my favourite character is probably Elliot because he is packed with humour if somebody does not like this book there blinder than a Cyclops with an eye patch!

arthur gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Rudee from Shire Oak primary school:

Who let the Gods out was alright.It wasn't the greatest book i read.Elliot was cool .I like the pegasus

Rudee gave Who Let the Gods Out? 2 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Rosie from Otley all saints primary school:

I liked the book but the ending was a cliff hanger which is ok as long as theres another book after.The bit where the mum gets really confused made me cry!

The history in it is amazing!!!If you haven't read it read it

Rosie gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Fergus from Collingham LEH:

I found this book not very interesting at the start but then I started to get the gist of the story.I liked how the characters were always busy,this kept me interested. There were some chapters that were funny and some that were adventurous.I liked the bit where Elliot rides on Pegasus and they land outside the queens palace,it sounded fun! I would definitely recommend this book to children ages 8-12 yrs.

Fergus gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Isaac from Allerton C E Primary:

I liked the story line and plot of the book, however it's not my kind of humour.

Isaac gave Who Let the Gods Out? 3 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Seren from Otley all saints:

this book is AMAZING! as you read through the book, you start to feel for the characters and want to read even more! My favourite thing about this book is that it is a mix of adventure, comedy and fantasy! i rate this 5 out of 5 because it gets better through out the book,and all the characters are funny in their own unique way!

Personally, my favourite scene is where the queen turns into a ninja and fights the demon! Despite the humour and comedy in the plot, it has quite a deep meaning with Elliot's mother and the farm house, which makes the book fun and exciting but not making it too childish.

One small improvement could be to make the ending a bit more detailed.

Can't wait to see if there's a second book coming out!

Seren gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Hollie from Westgate Primary School:

Elliot is poor and in £20,000 debt. If he doesn't pay by next week, his house, Home Farm, will be take away. And another problem; his mum, Josie, can't remember stuff from a second ago. Patrica Porsheley-Plum, their neighbor, is determined to get her hands on Home Farm. But the worst problem yet occurs when the constellation Virgo crashes into the cowshed. Elliot and Virgo release Thantos, demon of death, and need the gods to imprison him again. But are the gods ready for the world? And is the world ready for the gods?

This book was a bit childish in my opinion. I was slowly drifting away from the book. There are hard-to-relate-to bits and I-can't-stop-laughing bits. The gods are hard to remember as well. I think this should be a movie, not a book. Just my opinion though.

Hollie gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Jessica from Oakwood Primary Academy:

It is a good book. I like Virgo because she thinks she is perfect but she isn't. I recommend this book to everyone.

Jessica gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Diya from Alwoodley Primary School:

I was lured into the book soon as I read the first sentence. Maz Evans(the author) has done a really good job on making the characters stand out. My favourite character is Hephaestus who is really funny and loves his Igod! This story is really nice if you like books which are funny and fantasy.

Diya gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Zara from Alwoodley primary school:

I love this book it is so funny and at the back of the book there is a arrow that points at 3 words and say the book in 3 word, hilarious-heartfelt-adventure, I defentally believe it. This book is amazing I really recommend you to read this!👍👍👍

Zara gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

lelannah from greenhill primary school:

i think this book is very fun to read. It is mythical and very exciting.the best part was when the queen turned into a ninga.

i can not wait to read the next book.

lelannah gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Evan loic from Alwoodley :

I give this book a 5 out of 5 because it really hooks you in. My favourite part is when Elliot released Thanatos it really shocked me the description was amazing.

Evan loic gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

leo from greenhill primary school:

This book is GREAT!! I love the way maz has described the Greek god of gods as a chubby man looking for someone to marry and keeps getting divorced because he has another wife.

leo gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Summur from Alwoodley Primary:

I am half way through the book, and it is one of the best books I've ever read. It's really interesting and I can't wait to read any more.

Summur gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

RORY from Collingham primary school:

This book was AWESOME!! my favourite part of the book is when Elliot makes gold and rubies erupt from the ground.The way Maz writes the story is really clever,as it keeps the reader hooked in. I would DEFINITELY recommend this book to many people, my favourite character is Elliot because many things happen to him, I particularly like it when Elliot rides Pegasus for the first time!

I give it 5 out of 5!!

RORY gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Tilly from Chapel allerton primary school:

It is a really funny book and it's by a really great author.I like it because it's a book about Greeks🦄❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️😀😀😀😀😀😋😋

Tilly gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

Harry from Swillington primary:

An excellent choice of book; first part a bit boring then gets into a thrilling part when they have to find the chaos stones and where the gods have a secret where Elliot is the key to everything. Overall, I love this book and would recommend it to everyone; brilliant choice of book to read. The very sneaky Porshley-plum knows about Elliot’s ill mum and tries to buy the house from her. Maz Evans has written a brilliant book and I would like to read the rest of her books.

Harry gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Jacob from Swillingtom primary:

What's it about.

This book is about a young boy named Elliot who accidently releases an evil daemon of death!To add to his problems, his mum is mentally ill and a selfish landlord is trying to take their house.Recommendation.

If you like funny,adventurous books then this is for you.Rated.

5 out of 5

Jacob gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Oscar from Collingham primary school:

I loved this book because there was a lot of action and a flowing build up to the climax. My favourite part is when The Queen beats up Hypnos and my favourite character is Elliot. I also like the suspense at the end.

Oscar gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Edwin from Green Lane Primary Academy:

This book is about a little boy called Elliot and his mum called Josie who sadly has mental issues. The author is Maz Evans. Elliot is a 12 year old lad who is the main character in this book. He tries to help his mum in any way he can, like giving her tea and putting her to bed. Virgo is one of the Gods who helps Elliot complete their quest to beat (Thanatos) the evil daemon of death. Virgo has silver hair and she thinks she`s perfect; Elliot doesn’t. It is about a boy who tries to save his mum from her illness by getting the evil daemon of death to heal her and exchange it for the earth stone, (even though gods can`t heal people but Thanatos says he can do anything what gods can`t do). He locates where the earth stone is and it is in the Queen`s crown; ma`am is a ninja! My favourite part was when I found out about ma`am is a ninja! I would recommend this for 9 years and above because it has tricky words.

Edwin gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Zachary from Green Lane Primary Academy:

Who let the Gods Out is a spectacularly funny book. The book is about a boy called Elliot and an immortal called Virgo; both of them unleash Prisoner 42. Prisoner 42 wants chaos stones to rule the world so Elliot and Virgo need some help from Zeus. I really like this amazing book I would give it 4 and a half stars out of 5.

Zachary gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Zuzia from St Urbans Catholic Primary School:

This book was fascinating,humorous and attractive. I enjoyed how the author

used Greek mythology and made the gods modern(using sports cars/wearing jeans). I mostly admired Virgo-star constellation-because she longed to go on a dangerous adventure although she was too young.I did not enjoy the beginning but the book gets much more interesting later on.

I would recommend this book to lovers of mysteries, adventures and mythology.

Zuzia gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Theo from St Urban's Catholic Primary School:

This book was an extraordinary novel and full of interesting detail. I would highly recommend this book to lovers of: Comedy, Adventure and Greek mythology. I advise the author to keep on writing books. The book was humorous and attractive. Although, it took a bit of time to get into the plot line.

Theo gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

alex from st urban's catholic primary school:

I thoroughly enjoyed this account of fiction:it was humorous; inventive, bold and thrilling. The relocation of Greek (and Roman) mythology was stunning; Evans' knowledge of Greek mythology itself is stunning-most of the characters are obscure, and thus unpredictable. The plot-line was holding

a certain level of complexity, and yet was still able to retain absurdity. Overall, I found the novel a delight to read and experience.

alex gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.

Thomas from Shire Oak Primary School:

Who let the gods out is a book about a boy called Elliot, a constellation called Virgo and four of the Olympian gods have to stop Thanatos daemond of death from taking over the world with some special chaos stones while stopping Patricia Porshley-Plum from buying his house.I suggest this book for people who like

comedy, history and fiction-life stories

Thomas gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

David from St Urban's Catholic Primary School:

I thoroughly enjoyed the fiction, I was intrigued midway through the book and the ending. I think people don't give the book a chance, many people got the book, read a few paragraphs and put it back. I legitimately enjoyed the ending. Respectfully, I thought it was a bit slow at the start. It explained that there would be three extra editions to the story line. Elliot made the story interesting as he was a poor boy from a poor family. I loved the Gods choice of grammar, especially Hermes' accent. The futuristic choices of technology, were amazing, as they could: change their clothing style, teleport from multiple places and find where other people are. The irritating geography teacher wants the boy out of the school. Their neighbor is trying to get their house and knock it down so she can make a housing area. I cannot wait until the other three fictions are wrote. I will purchase the others because the style.

David gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Megan from St Urbans Catholic Primary School:

I thought this was a fantastic thought and is really great throughout most of the book. I wish the start of the book was a bit better, but otherwise this book was funny and full of adventure. I think it was a amazing twist to make it so that Ancient Greek Gods are real. I think this author has created a great book and I advise her to keep writing because this book has peeked my interest and made me engulf this book.

Megan gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Explorer by Katherine Rundell.

Rosie from Shire Oak primary School:

I loved reading this book and would definitely read it again. It is funny adventurous and imaginative. My favourite characters are Hephaestus, Virgo and Aphrodite. My favourite part is the surprise with the queen and I also like it when Hermes is disguised as another character. I really recommend it if you like excitement and humour.

Rosie gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy by Lara Williamson.

Farhanah from Oakwood Primary Academy:

I really enjoyed this book. I would recommend this to anyone who is interested in Greek mythology. My favourite character is Zeus because I found him funny. I liked the play on word for the title.

Farhanah gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll.

Johnny from Westgate Primary:

Elliot lives on Home Farm in Wiltshire. His life is troubled because his history teacher hates him, his mum has memory problems, and his neighbour, Mrs Porshely-Plum, is staking a claim on Home Farm. When the constellation Virgo crashes through his cowshed, Elliot has an even bigger problem on his hands. Elliot and Virgo visit Stonehenge and accidentally release Thanatos, the demon of death. Unable to stop him alone, they seek the help of the gods, and prevent Thanatos from seizing the chaos stones which will destroy the mortal and immortal realms.

Packed full of humour, peril and magic, this debut novel gives the Ancient Greek gods a modern feel. It's sure to get even the most reluctant readers flocking to the bookshops.

Johnny gave Who Let the Gods Out? 4 out of 5 and now plans to read The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis.

Harris from Barwick in Elmet C OF E Primary School:

I rated who let the gods out 5 out of 5 because it has a lot of characters that always have something to do and I like how the book flows from one part to the other. If you don't like the start of the book, keep reading because it gets better...

Harris gave Who Let the Gods Out? 5 out of 5 and now plans to read The Boy with One Name by J R Wallis.