Book Reviews of Boo Hiss (Boo, Bk 3)

Boo Hiss (Boo, Bk 3)
Boo Hiss - Boo, Bk 3
Author: Rene Gutteridge
ISBN-13: 9781400071432
ISBN-10: 1400071437
Publication Date: 9/20/2005
Pages: 352
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 32 ratings
Publisher: WaterBrook Press
Book Type: Paperback
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Very quirky novel. I think it would go more easily if I'd read the previous books in the series.

From back cover: When a soccer field complex springs to life seemingly overnight in the sleepy community of Skary, Indiana, and the local coffee shop begins offering computer access along with its suddenly overpriced beverages, goosebumps start popping up all over town. Has soccer mom Katelyn Downey hatched a diabolic plot to turn their slow-paced town into a den of hip suburban iniquityor is this the perfect solution to the communitys financial woes?
Even as concerned residents take sides over their towns future, many are dealing with changes of a more personal nature. Novelist Wolfe Boone cant seem to find the right niche for his post­horror writing efforts, and his new bride Ainsleyknown for executing complicated events with penache and perfectionis bewildered by her inability to control something as seemingly simple as scheduling a pregnancy. Frustration turns to envy when her wacky friend Melb discovers, to her utter terror, that she and husband Oliver are expecting a baby.
Through its quirky characters and winsome humor, Boo Hiss offers unexpected insights into the various ways people respond to change and demonstrates that growth often occurs amid the most difficultand hilariouscircumstances.
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I really enjoyed this book and all it's characters. Rene Gutteridge writes some great stories!
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I really enjoy this series, it is so quirky that it keeps you interested in all of these townspeople. I think the series could go on forever, with this strange but loveable group of people it always leaves you wanting more. Read them in order, it is better in the long run, this is book 3.