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The Curious Misadventures Of Feltus Ovalton

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2012

    Mysterious

    Exciting, magical, suspenseful, and wonderful.




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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2006

    weird and wonderful fantasy!

    This hilarious, wacky fantasy was unlike any I¿ve ever read. Oh sure it has elements of Roald Dahl- surreal scenes, dark humor- but the hero, Feltus Ovalton LeRoi, seemed so real and flawed in a good way. If magic suddenly entered your world, if everything you knew turned topsy-turvy, how would you react? We¿d all like to believe that we would be brave and generous but the truth is we¿d probably be scared and whiny and more inclined to hide in the corner. It was fun to read a book from the point of view of someone who was grumpy, selfish and not always nice plus in the end he almost acted heroic despite himself. The book was full of strange and weirdly wonderful characters and creatures. It played on prejudices most of us have, and at the end of it the reader realizes along with Feltus himself that sometimes heroes come in the shape of huge sentient toads, PoodleRats, smelly old ladies and petulant bad-tempered boys, and that magic can be found under a table or in a toilet bowl.

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