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Book Title: Exploits of a Reluctant (But Extremely Goodlooking) Hero|
The author of the book: Maureen Fergus
Edition: Kids Can Press
Date of issue: March 1st 2007
ISBN 13: 9781554530250
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 23.14 MB
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Meet a teenage hero who likes nothing better than to sit back with a bucket of fried chicken and a girlie magazine, waiting for his family plumbing fortune to come to him. But when our hero gets into some serious trouble, he's forced to volunteer at a local soup kitchen where he finds himself at the center of a struggle between the rich and the poor, the selfish and the selfless. It is a worthy cause he could care less about until the day he stumbles across a shocking piece of information. What happens next surprises everybody, including our very reluctant hero.
Exploits of a Reluctant (But Extremely Goodlooking) Hero is a novel of adventure, intrigue, Ukrainian dance lessons, disruptive horseplay, inappropriate ogling and some truly heroic consumption of junk food. Adrian Mole meets South Park in this often outrageous and always hilarious trip into the inner world of a boy teetering on the brink of manhood.
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Read information about the authorWhen I was growing up, the idea of becoming a fiction writer never crossed my mind. At university, I studied science and business. After I graduated, I held jobs in the aerospace, biopharmaceutical and financial services industries. I was ready for life in the corporate fast lane.
Then, six weeks after our first daughter was born, my husband suggested that I try writing. Thinking that it might be a good way to keep my brain stimulated in between diaper changes, I decided to give it a try. That first time I reached my fingers toward the keyboard to write a story it felt as though I was slipping my hands into a pair of gloves that had been waiting for me my whole life. And the rest, as they say, is history...