By Gosho Aoyama
Publisher: Viz Media
Age Rating: Teen+
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Parental Note: Yes, this title is rated for older teens, and yes, it has a lot of death and blood. However, this title is written for a younger audience in Japan, and is closer to an all ages in terms of characters and plot. That’s why I let my younger daughter read this when she asked if she could. I don’t have a problem with the blood and death if she doesn’t.
What is the story about?
It’s about a teenage detective that is turnded into a kid, and names himself after famous detective authors. He solves all the cases the adults can’t.
What did you like about the story?
I like it when Rachel does Kung Fu. I also like when the dad, Richard Moore would get drunk. The dog in the girl kidnapping story was cute but also ugly.
What did you dislike about the book?
Would you recommend the story to kids your age? Why?
No, because of the blood and deaths.