A Sanfranciscan Dream by Saad Aman Sayyed

A Sanfranciscan Dream by Saad Aman Sayyed
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Middle Grade (8 – 12 y.o.), Action/Adventure, Contemporary
Rating: 3.5 Stars
Reviewed by Astilbe

When the adults are away, the kids will play.

Six kids: Aman Forbes Ultraviolet, Tina Gates Ultraviolet, Zee Edward D’Souza, AFN Siddharth Dikshit, John Kim Lufthaver and Heather Kim Lufthaver- differently aged, and of different ethnic identities face weird problems as they are stuck in San Francisco.
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Will they make it alive back?

Aman, Tina, Zee, AFN, John, and Heather were good friends even before this adventure began. I enjoyed seeing the way all six of their personalities worked together, or clashed in some cases, as they figured out how to spend their time until they could go home again. Someones one of them would say something that lead to the most amusing conversations. Even the best of friends don’t always agree, so it was interesting to see how they handled conflict, too.

The only thing that prevented me from giving this the much higher rating I wanted to give to it were all of the grammatical errors I kept finding as I read. There were simply too many of them for me to ignore. With another round or two of editing, this story could become a true modern-day classic. It had everything else it needed to appeal to middle grade readers and anyone else who enjoys books written for that age group.

This tale has a wonderful sense of humor. Honestly, what else could anyone expect while reading about six children who were accidentally stranded in San Francisco with a few thousand dollars in their pockets and no adult supervision? The possibilities for hijinks in that scenario are almost endless, and the author did a nice job of finding the humorous side of how the average preteen would react to that scenario.

Anyone who wants to read something funny and cheerful should check out A Sanfranciscan Dream.

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