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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
OOOHH LA LA!!!! MAMA MIA!!!!! DELICIOSO!!!!!!
BUT I STILL LOVE YOU JESSICA!!!!!AND JOSHUA,AND COLTON, AND SKYLER LAINE!!!!
ALSO,ANOTHER LITTLE WOO HOO TO JERMAINE PAUL WHO WON THE VOICE!!!!!!!
LOVE YA, PHILIP AND JESSICA!!!
OH GO JENNIFER LOPEZ, YOUR STILL A FLY GIRL!!!!!!!
HEY RANDY, YO!!!!!!
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posted by Anonymous on May 15, 2012Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 6, 2013
Has anyone else noticed something? If you haven't, here's what it is: the book is kind of a mix of Harry Potter and the Secret Series. I mean, really: an abnormal child who ends up with a completly normal family? The Drudgers are too much like the Dursleys, only the Dursleys are simply less likeable. And in a book where you're supposed to hate someone, you can't just make them incredibly boring. You gotta make them JERKS! And don't get me started on Fern. A female, totally warped version of Harry! A loser no one likes to magical in minutes! What book am I describing? If you guessed The Anybodies or Harry Potter, you'd be right! Makes me almost sick! Even some of the events are the same! In the second Harry Potter, the Dursleys get an amazing business oppertunity, and who messes it up? A visitor of Harry's! In The Anybodies, the Drudgers get an amazing business oppertunity, and who messes it up? A visitor of Fern's! Also, Harry does the impossible and defeates Voldemort single handedly! Fern does the impossible and defeats the Miser single handedly! Anyone see the pattern?Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
The writing style is just like that of Psudonymous Bosch of the Secret Series. He talks in the first person about stuff no one cares about, but it's funny. Well, at least Psudonymous Bosch is. N.E Bode is just plain annoying. Didn't make me smile once.
However, the few unique points were interesting, to say the most. Never funny. Never edge of your seat. Just interesting. I had absolutly no desire to read the rest. I didn't like Fern, I didn't like the Bone…but it was okay. If you want a read the same thing only better, read Harry Potter or The Name of This Book is Secret. Not this.
Everyone is entitled to their opinion. If you don't agree, I accept that. Haters gonna hate.
Four stars is generous. Three and a half, if you could do halves.
Posted April 18, 2010
Anybodies by N.E. Bode, peter Ferguson
This book is the first in a series of three, and because of this first book my son is excited to read all three. He especially enjoyed the author's writing style, he writes as if he is in the room telling the story himself. He often interups his own story to tell you what he is thinking at the time, this was very amusing. It is often particually funny when he comments on what his writing teacher would think of his work. The basis of the story is a young girl has superpowers allowing her to take "things" out of any book. Who wouldn't want that ability? fun! This book is an easy read and just enjoyable, the kids will love it.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 23, 2008
The first time I read this book, I loved it! There was magic and just a hint of mystery. But I have to admit, the second time I read this book, I couldn't get through it. The magic was gone :'( Oh well, some great books are like that. They are so great and suspenseful the first time, the surprise is gone the second time.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 23, 2006
Why this book is great!
This book is amazing because it leaves me hangign throughout the whole entire book and you are always wondering what is going to happen next. At the beginning of this book i wanted to put the book down and get a different book because it left me confused but is began to exsplain everything and why certain things were happening in the story. The book was magical and made boring things become alive. It was inteesting how the author described Ferns grandmothers bording house, and that is was made out of books. My fovorit part of the book is when Fern figured out that her grandmother is the great Realdo and that she helped the Bone in past years and left him thinking that the great Realdo was a magical person who the Bone would never see in person.This book is rcomened to adults and children.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 31, 2010
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Posted August 14, 2012
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