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- Publication Date: December 13, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B07894XRDQ
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On his dad’s seventy-sixth birthday, twenty-five years ago, Barry’s sister Mindy and dad Yamochi Harris goes missing. Since his dad started teaching Barry the sacred art of ninjutsu on his sixth birthday, Barry has modeled himself on the ninja warrior and became ordained as a Buddhist on his fortieth birthday. By day he works as a gardener, but by night he relives the terrifying recurring nightmare he’s had since his dad disappeared.
Will Barry succeed in his mission to find his dad? Will he become a true ninja?
The cast of characters include Robbie Jarvis, Merril, Mrs. Gann, Little Timmy, Timmy’s cat Miss Miggles, Timmy’s daddy/Melanie, Doctor Harper, Mrs. Harper, Joanna Tarry/Madame Zanzibar, Brian, Mandy, Doctor Thomas Gilpgunter, Mr. Law, Ms. Hannah McCann, Armitage Frank, the samurais, Haruki, and Chantel.
You’ll encounter dead bodies, IBS “irritable bowel syndrome”, time toilets, a fascination with bodily functions, bad odors, passing of wind, gas baby … you get the drift?
I found this story to be very funny. The literature was filled with content that made the reader laugh out loud. Barry is definitely a funny character, and his personality is developed very well. There are quite a few other casting crew in this story that play an essential role in making this book enjoyable to read.
I believe anyone that likes to read humorous stories would thoroughly enjoy this one. I would caution that the nature of the humor does sway towards the male side and the British slang is embedded within the content of the work.
Writing a story maybe easy but, to make it this funny and enjoyable to read is not. I appreciate the author’s sense of humor and humility in creating such literary work.
Between the metal loving 80 year old, hairdressers with a granny fetish, wizards, ninjas, and a protagonist with rage issues, you've got the recipe for an intriguing story
This book is full of gems such as "can too many fish fingers cause hallucinations?"
"Mood related incontinence" Is also a theme throughout. Complete nonsense that is written with such humor and enthusiasm you can't help but route for Barry the unconventional hero. Think David Walliams but for adults. I recommend this book to anyone who has conversed with a life long friend until late onto the night. The kind of nights where the convo takes on a ridiciolous turn and you have no choice but to double up with laughter. Where the author shines is he can relay his tales and somehow it's a novel not just silly rambling. Very well done.
It does have some “guy” humor, but as a girl, I could still enjoy it. I was glancing over the other reviews and saw that one mentioned it should be a comic strip. I couldn’t agree more!