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Dreadful Acts

Eddie Dickens Trilogy, #2

by Philip Ardagh

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Dreadful Acts by Philip Ardagh
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  • First Published:
    Apr 2003, 128 pages
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    May 2004, 144 pages

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Thomas

I loved the second Eddie Dickens book because it was funny and good.
It was funny because a man called Barking is barking mad! The descriptions are very funny too - One of the people has the face of a camel! It is good because it is organized - it has a lot of structure and the story keeps flowing. It always has a surprise in store. I've read the whole series and I look back on it and it still surprises me!
Just in case you're wondering, you don't need to read the first book to enjoy the second and third books.
No one

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This book is great for kids, Very funny and it twists the way we think of books. My only criticism is that the book is very short and would take no more than a week to read. I think that books should stick with for some time. Over all this book is great.
Eliza Cruz

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It was a good book. I learned a lot from it!
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