Warning: ‘Dr. Fell and the Playground of Doom’ May Captivate Young Readers [REVIEW]


Are you a parent looking for a new story to share with your child? Look no further than David Neilsen’s deliciously ominous debut novel, DR. FELL AND THE PLAYGROUND OF DOOM. Our reviewer guarantees your kids will love it!

Jathan & Heather

Dr. Fell and Jerry Although some of the neighborhood children might be fooled by creepy Dr. Fell, Jerry thinks the old man is up to something. (Illustration by Will Terry)

For years, the abandoned old house at the end of the block has been the neighborhood children’s playground. It has also provided fodder for plenty of speculation and more than a little gossip. When an elderly stranger moves in, his presence sends the whole community into a tizzy. Who is he? Why is he here? Where did he come from? And perhaps most important, what is he up to? Find out in David Neilsen’s debut novel, Dr. Fell and the Playground of Doom. 

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