Publish date: 2009
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
Pages no: 296
Edition language: English
Series: Samuel Johnson vs. the Devil (#1)
Posted at Shelf InflictedI read The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy nearly 30 years ago and don’t remember finding it all that funny. I also never cared for Monty Python. Maybe it’s the British humor I don’t get, but Fawlty Towers cracks me up, no matter how many times I see each episode. Humor ...
Many of the names in the story are plucked from the whos-who of occultists including the house at the centre of the story. Living in 666 Crowley Avenue should have been a sign that Seances mightn't go well. Add in a weakening of the walls between the worlds by the Hadron Collider, one boy and his ...
Un libro de terror infantil, que resulta tierno y divertido (y para cualquier edad). Esta primer experiencia con John Connolly fue muy linda!. El protagonista (el pequeño Samuel) es muy dulce y ocurrente y nos hace reflexionar continuamente. El lenguaje es fluido y muy irónico.. un libro muy recomen...
A fantastic, funny read. you can watch my review here - http://youtu.be/92B5hKciOC0
A high three: enjoyable but it didn't blow me away. Definitely reminded me of Douglas Adams books and Simon Pegg movies, and if you like that type of British-style humor then you'll probably find this funny and worth the read. I never thought I'd see the Large Hardron Collider featured in a book abo...
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