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A Whole Nother Story Audio CD – Audiobook, CD, Unabridged
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Top Customer Reviews
"If I could give you all just one word of advice, it would be... well, an incomplete sentence. Besides being grammatically iffy, I'm sure you'd agree that a single word of advice is rarely of much use. Even the phrase 'Look out!' (which could prove to be life-saving advice--especially where large falling objects or missing manhole covers are concerned) is two words.
"To simply shout out 'Look!' to a friend as a tuba falls from a ninth-story window toward his unsuspecting head will, at best, only serve to make sure he gets a good look at the tuba before it parades him, unceremoniously, into the sidewalk."
I have to say, any author who can use "parade" as a verb in quite that way is a man after my own heart. Assuming the author is a man--who knows? A Whole Nother Story is very much in the vein of Lemony Snickett as far as having a goofy invented author/narrator, odd interpositions, and a tongue-in-cheek tone.
Cuthbert Soup introduces himself and then the true heroes of our story: Mr. Ethan Cheeseman and, more important, his three children, who have no friends despite being "smart, pleasant, witty, attractive, polite, and relatively odor free." But their father is one of those handy fictional characters who has invented a very dangerous machine, the subject of a search by a super-secret government agency, spies from an Eastern European country, and the representatives of an evil corporation. In fact, one of those groups arranged the death of Mrs. Olivia Cheeseman two years earlier.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was hilarious and not inappropriate and perfect for everyone who likes books to bad for me that the next book in the series costs 6.00Published 7 months ago by Hayley
My 9-year old son and I just finished reading the last of this trilogy and all three are fantastic. These books are all hilarious, action-packed, entertaining and super creative... Read morePublished 13 months ago by sbc
My boys of various ages loved this series. They read through them really quickly and had lots of funny anecdotes to share at dinner.Published 14 months ago by Abby McAllister
This is the one and only book I read by Cuthbert Soup and I like how he relates to real people and make them sound as if they are in a cartoon. Read morePublished 18 months ago by I think this game is the best of the best
Wacky, clever fun. Completely entertaining and full of offbeat, but mostly lovable characters. The unsolicited advice from the author is hilarious.Published 20 months ago by Amazon Customer