| Age Level: 9 and up | Grade Level: 4 and up "Wonderfully talented writing; funny." -- Orson Scott Card, NYT Bestselling Author of Ender's Game."Sidwell is a talented comedian, and that is certainly reflected in his writing. The characters are quirky and likable." - Deseret News"One of the most... show more
| Age Level: 9 and up | Grade Level: 4 and up "Wonderfully talented writing; funny." -- Orson Scott Card, NYT Bestselling Author of Ender's Game."Sidwell is a talented comedian, and that is certainly reflected in his writing. The characters are quirky and likable." - Deseret News"One of the most original, well-crafted and imaginative MG stories I've come across in a long time." - WordSpelunking Book ReviewWhen eleven-year-old Guster Johnsonville rejects his mother's casserole for the umpteenth time, she takes him into the city of New Orleans to find him something to eat. There, in a dark, abandoned corner of the city they meet a dying pastry maker. In his last breath he entrusts them with a secret: an ancient recipe that makes the most delicious taste the world will ever know -- a taste that will change the fate of humanity forever.Forced to flee by a cult of murderous chefs, the Johnsonvilles embark on a perilous journey to ancient ruins, faraway jungles and forgotten caves. Along the way they discover the truth: Guster is an Evertaster -- a kid so picky that nothing but the legendary taste itself will save him from starvation. With the sinister chefs hot on Guster's heels and the chefs' reign of terror spreading, Guster and his family must find the legendary taste before it's too late.
Publish date: June 14th 2012
Publisher: Future House Publishing
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
I won't even try to lie, when I first saw this book I was almost positive I was not going to like it. I had opted to review it simply because it was not something I had read before and I simply love finding new things.While I was so sure I would hate this story, the exact opposite became the reality...
I normally don't read MG books, but after watching the trailer and reading the synopsis- I am more than willing to give Evertaster a try! :))
Sometimes reading a book- a really, really awesome book- is an experience equivalent to savoring something super yummy. Well, reading Adam Glendon Sidwell’s Evertaster was like snacking on the most delectable, homemade cupcakes...yeah, it’s that good!Guster Johnsonville takes being a picky eater to ...