No Other Story

  • Title: No Other Story
  • Author: Cuthbert Soup
  • ISBN: 9781599908243
  • Page: 272
  • Format: Hardcover
  • ☆ No Other Story ↠ Cuthbert Soup - No Other Story, No Other Story When Mr Cheeseman and his three smart polite and relatively odor free children journey to the not so distant past they meet something utterly surprising the alternate versions of themselves
    ☆ No Other Story ↠ Cuthbert Soup - No Other Story, No Other Story When Mr Cheeseman and his three smart polite and relatively odor free children journey to the not so distant past they meet something utterly surprising the alternate versions of themselves

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    1. This series was so funny and quite action packed Here was my favorite partp 144 I was greeted at the door by my loyal Jack Russell terrier, Kevin, whom I had adopted nine years earlier when I found out I was unable to have puppies.All in all, Kevin had been a good dog over the years, though he did suffer occasional lapses in behavior, having once been kicked out of obedience school for telling the teacher that I had eaten his homework which, for the record, I had not My two snails, Gooey and Squ [...]

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    2. It is no wonder that the Cheeseman family is starting to lose hope Instead of arriving where they need to be to save their dear Olivia, they find themselves in the incredibly frustrating and confusing some times This is a place where summer and winter could be two minutes apart Where Vikings and dinosaurs could be next door neighbors Where you could meet your own grandchild, who could be in love with a Neanderthal.This book gets crazy But it was nonetheless clever and entertaining like the first [...]

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    3. Soup, C 2012 No other story New York Bloomsbury Books for Young ReadersFiction Choice FantasyStarred Review by Kirkus ReviewsThis book exciting book follows a family on a quest to find their mother but this is no ordinary quest The family embarks on a time traveling journey on their LVR ZX They hope to locate their mother who passed away, once they find her in the past they will bring her back to the future The only problem is that they land in a world called Some Times With a broken LVR ZX and [...]

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    4. A great end to the series The Cheeseman family is back from back in time Or at least, they re in the LVR their super secret time machine and on their way to save the life of their beloved mother, Olivia But then the LVR gets kicked off the Time Arc into a place called Sometimes And unlike olden times or present times, Sometimes doesn t make a whole lot of sense It s got dinosaurs and Vikings and jumbo jets, all in one place, at one time Luckily, it s not a long time before the family is back on [...]

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    5. I really liked this series It was interesting, full of quirky adventure, great drawings, and the humor was just great Some of my favorite parts Weary from my travels, I summoned Hans, my driverd had him bring the limo around I mentionedat I should like to drive myself, as it always relaxes me after a long day of flying the corporate jet He mumbled something about me being a control freak, or at least that s what it sounded like coming from the backseat loyal Jack Russell terrier, Kevin, whom I h [...]

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    6. Review of an advance copy Just as silly and ridiculous as the first two books if not quite as strong Like the previous books, it has lots of really funny lines, some from the kids and some from Dr Cuthbert Soup Speaking of Cuthbert Soup, he is my favorite character from this book, and I thought it was great that we and the Cheesemans finally get to meet him other than through his unsolicited advice Although I was not quite as captivated by this book, it is a solid end to the trilogy I would reco [...]

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    7. The brilliant inventor Ethan Cheeseman and his trio of gifted children have successfully mastered time travel and broken their family curse Now they just have to make one time jump to save the family matriarch, Olivia, from being murdered by the sinister forces that have stalked them for years Unfortunately, their first attempt lands them in the extratemporal region Some Times, where they are equally likely to be killed by Vikings, dinosaurs, or avalanches More wacky hijinks, including a specia [...]

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    8. A suitably crazy conclusion to Cuthbert Soup s three volume, ridiculously funny time machine adventure It s refreshing to find such witty and sometimes wacky entertainment drawn from everyday experiences of a modern family, especially one that includes an adolescent admittedly they are a little unusual in their attempt to go back in time, yet the humour is usually in things we can all relate to Word plays, mind games and perplexing possibilities are thought up, said aloud and even lived through [...]

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    9. Like the rest of the trilogy, this book is narrated by Dr Cuthbert Soup, who like Lemony Snicket, makes an appearance in the book he s writing There s adventure, craziness, nonsense, and sibling bonding as the Cheeseman family continually tries to go back in time to save their mother wife from being poisoned It s a satisfying ending to the trilogy, with enough twists of just crazy insanity to keep it interesting.

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    10. I didn t realize this was the end of a trilogy, but it didn t matter The story of a family traveling through time to save their mother, of the children working with their father and for the good of the group instead of succumbing to adolescent ennui and superiority, and the witty writing made this one of my top picks for 2012.

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    11. This one definitely suffered from sequel syndrome Although this last book of the triology had some of the humor found in the first two, the story itself was pretty convoluted and had me rolling my eyes than once I kept wanting to say you ve got to be kidding Probably 2 1 2 stars.

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    12. Ethan Cheeseman and his family are stuck in a time arena called Some Times They are trying to go back in time to save Olivia, the mom, from being poisoned The time machine that Ethan and Olivia invented works so well that spys, government officials and bad guys are after it We meet some new characters, but a lot of the old ones appear too Enjoyable.

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    13. Narrated by Dick Hill This series has been so hilariously convoluted I still don t know what the point was other than saving their mother Olivia But Hill takes up the humor of the books with full gusto for plenty of laugh out loud moments This appears to be the end of the seriesor at least this particular time traveling adventure.

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    14. I must be getting old The humor is there, but not as good as the first one The story is s bit scatterbrained as well And the treatment of the time travel Well, the last Artemis Fowl at least kind of works with the paradoxes, even if it makes little sense This was okay, but not nearly as good as the first And what about Plexiwave taking over the world Oh well, time for ice cream instead.

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    15. This whole series is fun I read it out loud with my wife and we both busted up laughing several times It s not very complicated and could have done a lot and been even funny , but still a very fun quick read.

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    16. The silly conclusion to the fantastical adventure of the Cheeseman family This book did not have me laughing out loud likr the original did, but was still an enjoyable and entertaining read I m glad to have this series in my personal library.

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    17. I would really recommend this book after reading it It is a very fun book of a family who goes to the past to rescue their mom It has really good and unexpected endings that make you want to keep reading It is a book with a very fun plot of unbelievable events.

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    18. A must read for kids and a great story for reading to children Delightful

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    19. Great book for adults to read with their children Good close to the series.

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    20. Our family loved this series Full of quirky hilarious wit and action, this was a perfect ending to the A Whole Nother Story trilogy Please write Mr Cuthbert Soup

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    21. Fantastic ending to the clever series

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    22. Accidentally started with this one first Now I see why I was confused My ten year old son liked this series The instructions for making butternut squash were hilarious.

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    23. This book was amazing It was funny, sweet, thought provoking and genuine Must read all three Absolutely loved it

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    24. Owen thought this series was hilarious fun, easy to read chapter book that keeps boys highly entertained

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    25. I got weepy at the end just as I knew I would Its the Mom in me Good book, good series, we all enjoyed it.

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    26. We loved this series Great stuff So much fun Highest recommendation It s got dinosaurs, time travel, sock puppets, gravy flavored ice cream, and a Russian superspy What could you want

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    27. Oh my gosh I love this book A perfect ending to a perfect series I have laughed out loud numerous times during this book Love it times 100

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