Fun House

Fun House

by Chris Grabenstein
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Fun House: A John Ceepak Mystery 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 55 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My husband and I have loved all the Ceepak and Boyle books.Just the right amount of action and laugh-out-loud funny. I can't wait for the next one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Number 7 in series
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I think you should try to slow down. Your story seems very rushed and there weren't many details. Its good tho ugh! Keep practicing!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
More!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lol!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Get a room kate!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And justin!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Why do people have conversations in their revews? READ THE BOOK AND WRITE ABOUT IT! I love this book!!!
Drewano More than 1 year ago
Fun House continues the Ceepak series in fun and exciting fashion. This being the seventh book in the series you know what you’re going to get. As always the story delivers some twists that you didn’t see coming along with some fun at the expense of those stereotypical folks down at the Jersey Shore. If you’ve liked the others in this series (or enjoy making fun of folks on reality TV) you’ll enjoy this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love how these books keep me enthralled, while chuckling at the wit...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You like that huh..he hits her again caising a handpeint on her other cheek
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Moans and shreiks in pain and happiness
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Shut the f**k up
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fuq.off
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tedfeit0 More than 1 year ago
The return, after a short hiatus, of John Ceepak and Danny Boyle, the odd couple cops in Sea Haven, NJ,, combines satire and murder mystery. Ceepak, of course, is the straight arrow, do-it-by-the book character, while Boyle serves as his junior partner, asking questions and narrating the tale. And what a story it is. It seems a TV production company chooses that fictional seaside town to house its reality show, “Fun House,” in which six contestants vie for a quarter of million dollar prize. Unfortunately, the game encourages rowdie-ism, sex, and lots of beer drinking along the way. When things get out of hand, Ceepak and Boyle are assigned to head up a security detail to control things. But events turn from bad to worse when a cast member is murdered and they have to look for the murderer. Latest in the series, this novel exhibits all the excellent characteristics of its predecessors: an unusual plot and lots of wise-cracking humor. These are always fun reads, and this one as well is recommended.
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AuthorChrisNYC More than 1 year ago
"Chris Grabenstein's clever Jersey Shore mysteries are named for amusement park rides and games of chance, so it was only a matter of time before Fun House made the cut. Danny Boyle, the smart-aleck young cop who narrates these books, actually takes his new girlfriend to an old-fashioned Fun House on the boardwalk. But to his neighbors in Sea Haven, that's the name of a new reality show being filmed in their resort town. Accurately described as a mash-up of Jersey Shore, Big Brother and Survivor, the show chronicles the bad behavior of some young idiots who've been installed in a beach cottage to play moronic games like Etiquette Competition, which rewards the player with the worst table manners. When illegal drugs appear on the set, so do Danny and his partner, John Ceepak, only to find themselves part of the show. Clearly, it took a lot of dedicated TV-watching to turn out this perfect satire." —Marilyn Stasio, New York Times Book Review "Moves like lightning." —Kirkus "Required Reading!" —The New York Post "Chris Grabenstein has so much fun lampooning the barely disguised cast of Jersey Shore that even those with only the vaguest acquaintance with Snooki and The Situation will enjoy it, too. The overseers who shape the 'reality' take sleaze to a whole new level, capitalizing on the death of a cast member to produce a hyped-up funeral special and America's-Most-Wanted-style plea for help finding the killer. This would make a great beach read." —The Charlotte Observer "If you haven't read these mysteries, I hope you take the time to try one of the wittiest series around. I've often compared Ceepak and Boyle to Nero Wolfe and Archie Goodwin. It's a series narrated by the bright, cocky sidekick. There's humor along with a sharp poke in the eye at our culture and the obsession with reality TV. Try Grabenstein's Fun House. It's my chance to introduce you to two of my favorite characters, John Ceepak and Danny Boyle, and one of my favorite authors." —Lesa Holstine, Lesa's Book Critiques Blog (read the full review) "[Fun House]has all the elements of a great Chris Grabenstein book: intelligent humor, rich sense of place, plenty of Springstein references, fantastic characters and a puzzling mystery. The cement that really holds the wonderful pieces of Grabenstein's books together, however, is the relationship between his main characters. That relationship continues to develop—as do Danny and Ceepak—and it's what keeps fans of the series coming back." —Jen Forbus, Jen's Book Thoughts Blog (read the full review) "I can think of few better ways to herald the beginning of summer than to crack the binding of a new John Ceepak mystery by Chris Grabenstein...Grabenstein balances action, humor and mystery in equal measure to create yet another fine beach read that evokes the scent of suntan lotion and the grim reality of what lays just a block or two beyond the vacation fun of the boardwalk. And the author is not averse to advancing his ongoing storyline with a change or two in the professional and personal lives of both Ceepak and Boyle. Fans of mysteries and police procedurals will find Fun House to be a fun ride, indeed." 5 Stars! —Joe Hartlaub, Bookreporter
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I rip your clothes off pushing you to the bed french kissing you
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Oh ok that is funny.