A NovelBook - 2017
From Library Staff
A delicate balance of spooky and hilarious with a healthy dose of interdimensional tentacle monstrosities, this novel is a great subversion of the sort of "kid-detective" tropes we knew and loved in "Scooby Doo," "The Hardy Boys," and "Nancy Drew."
Beatricksy Jul 26, 2017
I loved this maniacal post-modern romp through pop culture references and horror. This is a love letter and a relentless mockery of all things Scooby-Doo. Add in all kinds of other references to all kinds of other things, often within the same breathless sentence, and you end up with a strange, h... Read More »
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orchids3lady thinks this title is suitable for 16 years and over
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pg 140 Tim complained vigorously about the smell, and everybody else turned away, sleeves under their noses, mentioning several biblical characters by first name.
pg 232 They remained on the knoll for a while, under the magical spell of things going kablooey in the night.
pg 237 And the room he noticed, wasn't that big: Rediscovery Shrinkage
pg 251 The straw that breaks the camel's back always looks light enough, until it lands.
"Dramatically opening doors was one of Andy's few natural talents."
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