For this review, I'm going to make it a little different. I am going to interview myself, Ms Foster being the interviewer. B.O.B.er being the one interviewed. But if you missed Part 1 to Flops, click here.
News Cast Reporter: "On today's episode of Blog of Books, our own Ms Foster will be interviewing the author of the B.O.B. To you Ms Foster." [Cameras switch to cozy room with two people sitting in it.]
Ms Foster: "So B.O.B.er, what did you think about The Friendship Doll by Kirby Larson? On a scale of one to five, what did you think of it?"
B.O.B.er: "I'm going to be straight forward with you Ms Foster. I would give it a one; the book didn't really have what a book needed. I wanted a climax in this book, and I wanted a solid plot. That means I need a problem and solution. The problem was mentioned in the blurb, but not in the book. Plus, it was just dry, really."
Ms Foster: "So you expected more?"
B.O.B.er: "Yes for a book that's won awards and so has the author, I expected more. I pumped myself up for a mystery, as it said so on the back, but I was mistaken. No mystery there. So for the readers, I wouldn't hope for something you're not going to get."
Ms Foster: "So if you were to recommend this book to someone, who would you recommend it to?"
B.O.B.er: "Someone who likes the book Steal Away Home by Lois Ruby, or someone who doesn't like action adventure books or mystery books. Ages nine to twelve."
Ms Foster: "Here's a question from one of the viewers: Do you like cheese?"
B.O.B.er: "What kind of question is that? Everyone likes cheese!"
Ms Foster: [Mumbles] "I don't like cheese."
B.O.B.er: "Shame on you!"
News Cast Reporter: "That's it for today, folks! Next week we'll tap into our magical sides with The Name of This Book is Secret!"