Ted has a mind that operates differently from everyone he knows. He has a syndrome that makes his brain work unusually. But it was his mind that solved the mystery. The mystery of the disppearance of Salim, his cousin. Salim had gone onto the London Eye alone. The glass pod he had been in had gone up with him in it- and gone down without him in it.
How is it possible for Ted and his sister, Kat, to solve a mystery that defies the most basic law of life – the law of gravity?
The London Eye Mystery is almost just a mystery. Without Ted’s syndrome, the book would have been a very interesting mystery – but nothing else. However, the plot line accompanied by the aspect of Ted’s different thinking, completely changes the book. The story is told in first person narrative, from Ted’s point of view. This allows the reader to have an insight into his unusual mind and to solve the mystery following the logical steps that Ted’s brain took. This idea was both intriguing and inspired. The London Eye Mystery is a book that would appeal to anyone who enjoys solving complex problems that you just have to keep reading to find the answer to. There is nothing inappropriate and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the story.
I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did!