Definitions, 2006 - 246 pagina's
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Run over by an ice cream van, Conor is sent to Hell, although he thinks he's committed no worse crime than winding up his sister. To his surprise, Conor discovers that every inhabitant is in his own personal version of Hell. His vision of Hell might be someone else's vision of Heaven, so he tries to look for his after-life opposite.

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It had its moments. The basic premise: a kid gets hit by an ice-cream truck and finds himself in hell. He's in a very boring room, surrounded by books on gardening, philosophy, history. The radio only ... Volledige recensie lezen

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Hilarious, irreverent, and more than a little offensive. I'm a little old for Young Adult books, but I couldn't resist this little gem. Conor O'Neil is for all intents and purposes an ordinary 15 year ... Volledige recensie lezen

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Over de auteur (2006)

Anthony McGowan has written books for children, teens, and adults. His previous young adult novel, "Hellbent", was declared "a brilliantly nauseating thriller" by the London "Times". He lives in North London.

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