Book Reviews of A House Called Awful End (Eddie Dickens, Book 1)

A House Called Awful End (Eddie Dickens, Book 1)
A House Called Awful End - Eddie Dickens, Book 1
Author: Philip Ardagh
ISBN-13: 9780439537599
ISBN-10: 0439537592
Publication Date: 9/1/2003
Pages: 144
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 22 ratings
Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks
Book Type: Paperback
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Too weird for me!
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YOU MIGHT NOT CRY AT EVERYTHING EDDIE DICKENS HAS TO GO THROUGH...BUT YOU WILL MOST CERTAINLY LAUGH.
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A fun kid's read very much along the lines of Lemony Snicket's "Unfortunate Events". Book one of the trilogy.
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"Kids who lap up Lemony Snicket's series will take quickly to this tale and clamor for the next." ~ Publishers Weekly
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great adventures of eddie dickens great for kids ages 9-12, funny stories series of 3 books
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A wonderful read for kids, excellent storyline with a great cast of characters and fun things that happen. Makes you wonder and hope and get excited! A good kids read.
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When both of Eddie's parents catch a diseas that makes them turn yellow, , it's agreed he should go away and stay wioth relatives at their house, Awful End. Alas for Eddie, those relatives are Mad Uncle Jack and Even Madder Aunt Maud - and the journey to Awful End will take him to everywhere from St. Horrid's Hone for Grateful Orphans to an audience with The Empress of All China. They never actually make it to Awful End, but that's okay. The hilarious, nefarious, precarious journey is well worth its weight in wonderful and wacky words.