Trouble at Riverside Academy


Children - Preteen
66 Pages
Reviewed on 05/25/2017
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Author Biography

26 year old UK writer Liam Moiser has had his debut novel, "Moore Field School and the Mystery", published in 2013 and the second in the series Incidents at Moore Field School published in 2014. They are now available on amazon, barnes and noble, and other online outlets. These two book are part of my children's series, "Moore Field School". Please stay tuned for further updates!

    Book Review

Reviewed by Kristen Van Kampen (Teen Reviewer) for Readers' Favorite

Trouble at Riverside Academy by Liam Moiser is a stunning chapter book that follows a girl named Rachel. Rachel is in her final year at Riverside, and is enjoying spending time with her boyfriend, Benjamin. She is head girl of the school, and Benjamin is head boy. One day, the two are asked to talk to a man named Mr. Stallion, who's interested in sending a child to the school. Rachel notices that when they first meet, he seems to look at her oddly. Later on, Rachel receives a note telling her to meet someone at eleven at night, or else. When Rachel goes outside, she discovers that it is Mr. Stallion. Mr. Stallion claims he's her dad, and he also says he needs her help. Rachel doesn't know if she can trust him. What will she do?

I really enjoyed reading Trouble at Riverside Academy by Liam Moiser. The book is really well written and descriptive, with many scenes filled with action and suspense. I was hooked by the first page and couldn't put the book down. This is a real page turner and will keep the reader on the edge of their seat. I liked that the book has a little romance in it, which really adds to the story. The book has many scenes that will make the reader gasp out loud. The story was short, but very exciting, and very fast paced. The story is well thought out and well developed. I would definitely recommend this book to everyone.

Richard Clark

Trouble at Riverside Academy was a fun read. It set up its world of a British boarding school quite well, then injected elements of mystery as the story went along. The stakes were constantly raised as a mysterious and dangerous character came to play an important role in the main character's life. I'd recommend the book to anyone who likes an exciting middle grade chapter book mystery!