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The Dog Who Ate the Airplane

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 18, 2013

    Horrible, just plain horrible

    This is so bad, it should be a minus ten. It is an imposssible plot. My main complaint with this book is the unlikeability of the main character. The man is an ass. What was the author thinking? The man, is mean, conceited, pompous, rude, a multimillionaire miser, biased jerk. He lives in sub standard housing to save a buck, flies over the country in a private jet and brags about both. He smarts off to his dying mother, is mean and sarcastic to his sister, yet professes to love them both. He puts down the small town he choose to live in, makes mean, snide remarks about anyone he considers inferiorer, such as the obese, infirm, elderly, poor, dirty and unemployed. He set up a fund to help unfortunates, yet they only get a small stipling instead of real help. Worse, he has a gift to asssist in helping lost or kidnapped people and complains and refuses to use it. I made it through 180 pages of this 530 page book before I gave up in anger. The psyhic dog was another worthless touch of whimsy. My recommendation, don't waste your time, scrubbing out porta potties at the county fair would be more fun. This book stinks.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 14, 2013

    The author took an interesting concept for a series of books and

    The author took an interesting concept for a series of books and made it a most boring read. The book consists mostly of
    conversations: conversations that are stilted, boring, and repetitive. Perhaps he was aiming for reality, but most people who read this type of book read for entertainment, not boring reality. There is also a complete lack of humor and very little suspense. The book is like a movie you go to and keep waiting for something to happen, but it never does. I have learned to leave a theatre when that happens but apparently not to put down a nothing-happening book. Such a waste of a promising concept.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 23, 2014

    Minecraft

    Pooooooo?

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