"What an absolutely mind blowing, flame throwing, steampunking adventure! Lol I absolutely loved this book!" -T. Crum"Thoroughly engrossing story recommended for young sci-fi and fantasy fans who hold a prior attraction to books such as John Bellairs' House with a Clock in its Walls." -D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book ReviewWilla always knew one of her mother's crazy inventions would caus...
Paperback: 348 pages
Publisher: Gibbering Gnome Press, A Division of Ingenious Inventions Run Amok, Ink (October 31, 2017)
Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.8 x 8 inches
Amazon Rank: 109694
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Hang on, I'm going to try to sound very measured and intellectual in my review here...FEYNMAN'S BOPPIN' BONGOS, GUYS, THIS BOOK WAS FABULOUS AND SUPER FUN AND I LOVED IT AND YOU SHOULD ALL RUN OUT AND READ IT RIGHT THIS SECOND....well, so much for th...
She just didn't think it would get the whole family banished to Grandeur, a hidden city of Geniuses deemed too dangerous to remain Outside.Now, with the help of her cat, the Magnificent Lady Grayson of the Silky White Underbelly, or Just Grayson for Short, Willa and her new friends must scour Grandeur's strange avenues in search of the Clockwerk Boy. Among her encounters: a curiosity shop run by curiously intelligent cats. Gear Hall, where Clockwerks outnumber humans. And the Jolly Rajah, a man-o'-war o' pancakes, where your meal of flapjacks and hot chocolate is served with a brace of pistols and side of grappling hooks. Prepare to be boarded!International Rubery Book Award Shortlist ~ Young AdultIndependent Publisher Book Award Medalist ~ Juvenile FictionNational Indie Excellence Award ~ Juvenile FictionEric Hoffer Award Category Finalist ~ Young Adult"It's unusual to see such sci-fi depth and detail in a title directed to young adults, but this is precisely what makes Idiot Genius: Willa Snap and the Clockwerk Boy such an appealing production: the characterization is solid while its fantastic setting will intrigue ages well beyond its intended 9-12-year-old audience. Highly recommended for young adults seeking something compellingly different." -D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review