“Funny in a twisted way. . . . Engaging.” -The Magazine
“Magnificent. . . . Rapid-fire repartee, puns, and wordplay grace almost every page. . . . Anyone who reads [Milrose Munce] is guaranteed to laugh out loud.” - Books in Canada
“Absolutely flawless. A cunningly subversive young-adult novel from one of the only living writers of English who knows how to craft a sentence.” - Joseph Suglia, author of Watch Out
From the Trade Paperback edition.
Douglas Anthony Cooper is the author of two critically acclaimed novels for adults, Delirium and Amnesia. An author, playwright, photographer, web designer, and artist, his writing and photography have appeared in New York Magazine, Wired, Rolling Stone, The New York Times, and The Village Voice. He has won several national awards in the US and in Canada for his feature-length articles.See all Product Description
This is awesome, Im a guy in grade 6 and I really really like it. This is the best book I have read in a few years it is very funny. Read morePublished on Oct. 6 2007 by Zach Montague
unless your kid's a mensa candidate they won't get half the jokes in this but that's okay because the ones they will get are hilarious. Read morePublished on Sept. 2 2007 by reader reader reader
This book is fantastic. I heard someone comparing it to Harry Potter the other day, but I think it has more of an Edward Gorey/Roald Dahl dementedness about it. Read morePublished on June 26 2007 by Emily Mandel
Can't remember laughing like this at something scary since seeing Beetlejuice. Wicked funny. I'm an Old Young Adult by the way.Published on June 26 2007 by Penny Broadsworth
I do like that this writer seems to have learned more from Edward Gorey than from all of the B ghosty films out there. Ghosts are _funny_. Especially really horrible ghosts. Read morePublished on June 16 2007 by Gorey Fan
I wanted to love this book. I had been waiting for it for soooo long...
Alas, I am sad to report that it did not quite meet my expectations. Read more
Right so I read this book and laughed my b%^@ off. This could be the most FUNNY thing Ive ever read plus I learned a lot of new words which I sort of started using. Read morePublished on June 15 2007 by MuncesGrll