Review: Theo Blinkerson & The Copper Coffin



When someone sets out to destroy all electrical technology on the planet, it’s sometimes best to hide under the softest, fluffiest blanket available. Other times you have to run screaming from dangerous robots. In the worst of times, you find out that your best friend has forgotten that you exist and that you have to ride the world’s longest elevator with the scary girl you only met two days ago. Theo Blinkerson is about to have all of those times.

Rating: 5 stars


Theo Blinkerson and the Copper Coffin is definitely for fans of Disney’s Big Hero. Here we meet a young boy who didn’t have a lot of friends but had one in a neuorb. A neurob being a robotic person. This is where fans of Big Hero will love. These two friends…one being human and the not keep in touch using a highly advanced piece of technology that is powered by the sunlight…and looks like a credit card. For those who love technology, fantasy, adventure …then this is definitely the right novel for you. Readers will love story and the 14-year-old boy telling the story. Funny, fascinating, and entertaining. I loved this work of fiction by Gregory Butron. I am looking forward to reading more by him in the future. This stunning YA story is a must read for all. I highly recommend this to reader worldwide. Theo Blinkerson and the Copper Coffin is a novel that readers will read and read again. A new and highly intriguing story that will captivate readers from the beginning and keep them hooked until the end.


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