The Brain Sucker

The Brain Sucker

3.9 (21 ratings by Goodreads)
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How would you act if part of your personality was stolen with a brain-sucking machine?

Lester Smythe has a black heart. He's invented a dangerous brain-sucking machine that removes the goodness from its victims, and he intends to use it to rid the world of all human kindness. But Lester didn't count on thirteen-year-old Callum McCullock and his two best friends, Sophie and Jinx. The trio vow to destroy the brain sucker. And nothing will stop them.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 129 x 199mm | 228g
  • Newtown, Australia
  • 1921977639
  • 9781921977633

Review quote

I am sure this rollicking, hilarious romp will garner a growing army of fans ... Wheelchair-bound Callum, ingenious inventor Sophie and unlucky but plucky Jinx combine to form a loyal, brave, formidable team. Boys and girls from Middle and Upper Primary Grades will thoroughly enjoy this absurd but utterly engaging, fast-paced and funny adventure. Recommended. * Magpies * There's plenty of action, amazing inventions from Sophie, a ludicrous succession of mishaps (thanks to Jinx) and the pleasing integration of a disable character - Callum is in a wheelchair. It's not to be taken too seriously, and is a fun read. * Reading Time *
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About Glenn Wood

Glenn Wood grew up in New Plymouth, New Zealand. After he left school he went straight into the police force.He was something of a disaster as a policeman and his less than illustrious career spawned his first two books. Glenn found he was much more suited to being an advertising copywriter and has since won numerous national and international awards for his work. He currently works as a freelance writer for many of New Zealand's top advertising agencies.
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Rating details

21 ratings
3.9 out of 5 stars
5 24% (5)
4 43% (9)
3 33% (7)
2 0% (0)
1 0% (0)
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