Review: Julius Caesar Brown and the Green Gas Mystery

Posted on December 9, 2013


Green Gas Mystery coverJulius Caesar Brown and the Green Gas Mystery
By Ace Hansen
MuseItUp Publishing
October 2013
114 pages

Julius Caesar Brown is an ordinary 5th grader with the usual problems. His parents are separated and they fight about money all the time. He’s not very good at math and he’s the target of the school bully, Jake the Snake. He desperately wants to be friends with Ivy Chen, the coolest girl in school. But his best friend Mason’s little sister has a crush on him and keeps getting in the way. When an explosion of green gas rocks his world something definitely doesn’t smell right. The Global Air Group – aka GAG – offers a million dollar prize to the person who discovers the cause. Scientists around the world scramble for answers to the green gas mystery. Unfortunately when it comes to math and science, Julius is a fart in a windstorm. That is until he crosses paths with the Zombie Lady and stumbles upon the mystery. But will he be the first to claim the prize? Julius Caesar Brown and the Green Gas Mystery is an action-packed laugh riot that is sure to be a hit with middle school boys and girls. ~ Copyright (c) 2013 by Peggy Tibbetts

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