Wise Acres: The Seventh Circle of Heck

Wise Acres: The Seventh Circle of Heck

by Dale E. Basye, Bob Dob
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Wise Acres: The Seventh Circle of Heck by Dale E. Basye, Bob Dob

Welcome to Wise Acres, where the sassy kids go.
In the seventh installment of Heck, Dale E. Basye sends Milton and Marlo Fauster to Wise Acres, the circle reserved for kids who sass back. In Wise Acres, the cleverest, snarkiest, put-downiest kids debate and trade insults in Spite Club. But the new vice principal, Lewis Carroll, has some curious plans to raise the profile—and the stakes—of the competition. Now a full-fledged War of the Words will be broadcast through the afterlife. The winner will get the heck out of Heck and go straight to heaven. And the loser? Well, the loser goes down . . . all the way down to the real h-e-double-hockey-sticks. And Milton and Marlo are on opposite teams. Can they find a way out of Lewis Carroll’s mad-as-a-hatter scheme? Or is one Fauster about to pay a permanent visit to the Big Guy Downstairs?

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780307981875
Publisher: Random House Children's Books
Publication date: 12/31/2013
Series: Heck , #7
Sold by: Random House
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 448
Lexile: 900L (what's this?)
File size: 4 MB
Age Range: 9 - 12 Years

About the Author

DALE E. BASYE has been a journalist, film critic, and publisher of an arts and entertainment newspaper. He lives with his wife and son in Portland, Oregon. 

BOB DOB draws inspiration from painter Edward Hopper, classic Disney, and film noir. He lives in Redondo Beach, California, where he draws, paints, and drinks coffee all day.

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Wise Acres: The Seventh Circle of Heck 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I personally think its a four star because it was well written but has no moral and does not really display all of the potential that the author had when writing. Other than that it does demonstrate what rivalries and rudeness can be like...just in a different and physically impossible way. Also there are parts that are extremely rude to the Christian religion which I do not like. Other than that, its a decent book about two children that have to go to a place called Wise Acres where kids with additudes go. Its in a series but does not follow the theme of the series. These books are going downhill unfortunately.