Mr Binks

Elizabeth seemed like an ordinary old lady but the children had no idea she was on the run. Nor that she was on the run from an alchemist who died 500 years ago. And if that wasn’t surprise enough when they found out her grandfather had been a music hall ventriloquist and his dummy Mr. Binks held the secret to eternal life their lives changed. With danger at every turn the children decide to try to save Elizabeth but the spell they cast captures them in its grasp and will not let them go.

      • Publisher : Footsteps Press (1 April 2015)
      • Language : English
      • Paperback : 134 pages
      • ISBN-13 : 978-1908867070
      • Dimensions : 14 x 0.73 x 21.6 cm

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Goodreads review
I liked the story, but noticed a few punctuation mistakes (periods instead of question marks, missing commas).. As a play I can see that this would be an entertaining production. Everything down to where a character looks is mapped out in the story. There is also a lot of dialog conveying most of the story. I would love to see this on stage. This is meant for children. It has mystery, magic, suspense, and more. I could see a teacher using this as an outline and script for a school/class play. I really enjoyed this graphics. They really add to the story, and help to help relay how a scene should look. With changes to fix the punctuation mistakes. With added said... asked... exclaimed... the story would be better executed and understood. I would raise my rating if these changes were done. This has a lot of potential, and as I said above, it would make a great play t watch and perform.