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Ex Daniel s father wants to kill him It s something of a family tradition Daniel s stone psychotic police sergeant father is constantly concocting ever obscure methods of killing him and his mother ha

  • Title: Ex
  • Author: Laurie Avadis
  • ISBN: 9781783520879
  • Page: 242
  • Format: Paperback
  • Daniel s father wants to kill him It s something of a family tradition.Daniel s 32 stone psychotic police sergeant father is constantly concocting ever obscure methods of killing him and his mother has abandoned the family to live out her life as a mermaid.Together with child genius Ferris and school bully Dorsal, the unlikely trio must set out on an epic adventure tDaniel s father wants to kill him It s something of a family tradition.Daniel s 32 stone psychotic police sergeant father is constantly concocting ever obscure methods of killing him and his mother has abandoned the family to live out her life as a mermaid.Together with child genius Ferris and school bully Dorsal, the unlikely trio must set out on an epic adventure to reunite Daniel s family and find out exactly why his father is so emotionally illiterate.Ex takes you on a riotous and bizarre voyage down the Thames on the world s largest and most deadly wooden potato Along the way you and Daniel will meet an outrageous array of characters including a flock of swearing ducks, a superhero murdering grandmother and a cappuccino swigging lion.If you re squeamish stay far away but if you ve ever seen the funny side of a bad situation, Ex will transport you to a bizarre topsy turvy world where childhood has gone so wrong that the results are gothic.

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      Published :2019-01-19T02:36:02+00:00

    1 thought on “Ex

    1. Not surprisingly, this was a very strange read--a mixture of the very, very surreal and the truly tragic, of the comic and the very sad, of the poignant and the slapstick, the real and the damn fantastic. Not altogether sure what to make of this one, but it was never boring, that's for sure. An Unbound publication (do check Unbound out if you've not come across them yet).

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