Kid’s Book Review: Mesh the Bad Demon

Kid’s Book Review: Mesh the Bad Demon

About the Book and Author

Bullied by the other demons, twelve-year-old Meesh is more likely to be reading magazines from Plumeria City – the fairy realm – and fangirling about the fairy princesses.

But when disaster strikes and all of demon-kind is threatened, Meesh must journey to other worlds in search of help.

As luck would have it, she meets a fairy princess right away. Things in the fairy realm aren’t so perfect either, though. As Meesh makes surprising new friends and unites a band of outcasts, she learns there’s much more to being a demon than she ever realised. And learning to love herself might just uncover the secret to saving her home.

Michelle Lam

Michelle Lam is a Chinese-American director, author, and story artist. Mesh the Bad Demon is her first graphic novel published by Faber & Faber.

Book Review

I like this type of book because it’s a graphic novel

I recommend this book for 7+ maybe 6+.
It was funny adventurous and exciting.
My favourite character is grandma because she’s kind and hardworking but also happy.
I like this type of book because it’s a graphic novel.
I also like the illustrations because they made me feel like I was there.
If you like graphic novels this book is probably for you.

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Reviewer Profile

  • Name: Max
  • Age: 8 years
  • Likes: Food, skateboarding and Tae Kwando
  • Dislikes: People shouting at me and my sister annoying me
  • Favourite Book: Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Diper Overlode by Jeff Kinney
  • Favourite Film: Jurassic Park- The Lost World