Sunday, December 4, 2011

A Whole Nother Story by Dr. Cuthbert Soup

A Whole Nother Story by Dr. Cuthbert Soup is a wonderful book about the three Cheeseman children, their father, and physic hairless dog are on the run. "From who?" you might might ask, the CIA of course! Also hot on their trail is Agents #5, #29, and #207, along with two other super-spies, one of whom happens to be chimpanzee. Now "Why?" you might ask. It's because Doctor Cheeseman and his wife Olivia, were working on a time machine. The one problem is that it's out of order at the moment so you can put out all thoughts of time travel out of your head.

I think my favorite part of the book is the "unsolicited advice" and did you ask me to tell you that? No! That's why it's unsolicited. Throughout the book he gives you all sorts of unsolicited advice that (normally) has absolutely nothing to do with the book and they aren't pieces advice, they're more like pieces of information. My two favorite pieces of information that he calls advice is the one on his mailbox which has a bowling alley, christmas lights, and many other things I can't think of right now. Though I think the best part of that advice is the picture of his mailbox. My other favorite one is the one on triskadekaphobia which is the fear of the number 13. I like that one because when he's explaining what triskadekaphobia is he says some really funny thing like "Do you fear when the clock strikes 13?" Next to it it has a picture of a clock with 13 numbers on it and the hour hand is on the 13 and the minute hand is on the 12.

Unsolicited advice #1:
READ THIS BOOK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Keep an eye out for the sequel, Another Whole Nother Story!

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