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review 2018-11-08 06:40
Confessions of a Klutz - Abigail Davies

Violet AKA "Vi" is told by her boss to report to the CEO in New York.  She finds him so insanely attractive, she can barely contain herself.  She wants to do her job well.


Axel is attracted to Vi right from the start.  He knows as her boss, he has to stay away.  She makes him want to protect her.  Can this be more than the surface heat?


This story just grabbed me right away.  I loved the humor that was woven throughout the book.  I truly enjoyed the heat between these two as a couple.  The banter was lively and the pace went really well.  I cannot wait to read the next installment in the series!  I give this a 5/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

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review 2016-11-05 01:35
The MAD Adventures of Captain Klutz - Don Martin
  I love MAD magazine and Don Martin was one of my favorite artists. He is from the golden age of MAD, the 1960's. This was a fun character, Captain Klutz. He is going to save us but he is laugh out loud funny. Great times!
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review 2015-05-22 20:03
K is for Klutz by Iain Rob Wright
K is for Klutz (A-Z of Horror Book 11) - Iain Rob Wright

Iain Rob Wright is hammering his way through the alphabet with a short tale of horror for every letter, not sure if he's already done this but he should run a competition and let some of the readers pick a title for him. My votes N for Nail gun or S for Scythe, this will keep me good for twenty minutes. What about N is for Nunchucks, hang on these are all potential weapons, that's a worrying thought pattern better stop now.


Next up is K and K is for Klutz, I always thought a Klutz was a clumsy idiot or a bumbling fool but not in this prosopopoeia, no a Klutz is a blood curse and David for his sins is the recipient. Whomever David comes into contact with, dies pretty much straight away and generally by some sort of bizarre accident. His family, everybody and he can't even kill himself to escape the curse. Death follows him relentlessly and there's no escape until a doctor tries to help him.

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review 2015-05-08 19:53
Review: K is for Klutz (A-Z of Horror #11) by Iain Rob Wright
K is for Klutz (A-Z of Horror Book 11) - Iain Rob Wright

Publication Date: 5th May 2015


Publisher: SalGad Publishing Group




Rating: 5*



Fireman, Mark Gunn, is a hero. That’s what sends him racing into a burning building to save an old man.

But it might have been better if Mark had left the old man to his fate, because people have a strange way of dying whenever he is around.



I really like the plot of this latest instalment of the A-Z of Horror. David, the old man, is a great character too. Everyone who touches him succumbs to a horrible death, as he was given the curse of the Klutz many years ago.

When a fireman pulls David out of his burning home, he ends up in hospital and tells a Dr his story. She vows to track down the person that cursed him to try to get the curse lifted. An interesting story, the best in this story yet.

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review 2013-10-04 23:50
Klutz by Henrik Drescher
Klutz - Henrik Drescher

Genre: Family / Circus / Surreal / Humor


Year Published: 1996


Year Read: 2009



They are zany! They are clumsy! They are hilarious! They are the Klutz family coming your way! “Klutz” is a children’s book by Henrik Drescher and it is about how a clumsy family finally found their calling in life when they meet up with the circus. “Klutz” is easily one hilarious book that you cannot pass up!

Louise was always a klutz since her family was klutzes since the dawn of time. Every day, the Klutz family would trip over themselves; even in their own house and everyone they passed by would call them “Lumpish Yokels.” One night however, the Klutz family met up with Professor Squirmworm’s Magic Circus Caravan (after they literally crashed into it) and Professor Squirmworm decided to make them into clowns!

Never have I read a children’s book that featured such a unique family as the Klutz family! Henrik Drescher has done an excellent job at writing and illustrating this book as the story is presented in a comical and creative way. I loved the way that Henrik Drescher focuses on the faults of the Klutz family, which is their clumsiness and turns it into something alluring for the audience as the Klutz family still remain happy, no matter what everyone else thinks of them, which help teach children about the importance of being yourself no matter what kind of flaws you have. Henrik Drescher’s illustrations are truly creative in this book as the Klutz family has long rubbery limbs and large black boots that help them stay unhurt during their clumsy romping. I also loved the way that Henrik Drescher pasted black and white photos of realistic people onto his own surreal drawings giving the book a creative flair.

The only problem that some people might have with this book is that the images are little bit too surreal for some people to handle. The Klutz family and practically every character in this book have sharp looking teeth and crazy looking eyes that might scare smaller children, so parents might want to read this book first to see if their children will handle it.

Overall, “Klutz” is a truly hilarious book for both adults and children who want to learn the importance of family and having some good old fun! I would recommend this book to children ages five and up since the images might be too surreal for smaller children to handle.


Review is also on: Rabbit Ears Book Blog

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