Kill Fish Jones

Kill Fish Jones Meet Grimshaw and Lampwick the Robber a curse demon and his master stuck in Limbo and getting on each others nerves Grimshaw hasn t had a chance to unleash any destruction in the Real World since La

  • Title: Kill Fish Jones
  • Author: Caro King
  • ISBN: 9780857381460
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Paperback
  • Meet Grimshaw and Lampwick the Robber, a curse demon and his master, stuck in Limbo and getting on each others nerves Grimshaw hasn t had a chance to unleash any destruction in the Real World since Lampwick s death bed curses years ago.When Lampwick has an unexpected opportunity to curse a whole new set of humans, Grimshaw can t believe his luck There is one young boy onMeet Grimshaw and Lampwick the Robber, a curse demon and his master, stuck in Limbo and getting on each others nerves Grimshaw hasn t had a chance to unleash any destruction in the Real World since Lampwick s death bed curses years ago.When Lampwick has an unexpected opportunity to curse a whole new set of humans, Grimshaw can t believe his luck There is one young boy on Grimshaw s list Fish Jones But Fish has unworldly talents of his own Unlike other humans, he can see Grimshaw And as Grimshaw s destructive inventiveness intensifies, it is matched by Fish s ability to escape Why is Fish able to avoid the curse And when Grimshaw plans to wreak the ultimate destruction, not just on Fish, but on the world, will young Jones s power be enough to stop him Full of humour and wild imagination.

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    1 thought on “Kill Fish Jones”

    1. It seems that no one has written a review for this book and that's a damned shame because it has everything that I came to love while reading her other two - less humour perhaps and more grizzly deaths but the humour is there (subtle and understated), the deaths make one take the curse demon seriously, as one must (and as Fish does), the setting is - well, let's just say that it reminded me of The Great Divorce and, like The Great Divorce, this book has a no-nonsense moral fibre. The characters [...]

    2. Weird, but not in a bad way. Eccentric plot and characters, writing was pretty good. I owe my understanding of the word 'limbo' to this book haha. I recommend this to middle school kids, it'd really add variety to all the repetitive fantasy books on their shelves.

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