Book Review: 4 Kids Walk into a Bank by Matthew Rosenberg and Tyler Boss

4 Kids Walk into a Bank by Matthew Rosenberg and Tyler Boss

4 Kids Walk into a Bank
by Matthew Rosenberg and Tyler Boss

A graphic novel about a group of kids (11 and 12 years olds) that decide to rob a bank. The kids are hanging out at Paige’s house when they first encounter a group of ex-cons her father knows. The kids figure out that the thugs are planning to rob a bank and want to involve her father. Since the ex-cons are not that bright, Paige decides she and her friends should rob the bank first to help out her father.

This is a crime caper that also deals with friendships and growing up. The kids are each smart and unique, and are basically outcasts from their peers. I liked the honesty and humor in the story, but it did get pretty dark. This story does have some bawdy humor, bad language, and a mature theme, so not really for younger kids.

I received an ebook version of this book from Diamond Book Distributors, Black Mask Studios, and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

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