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  • Paperback: 228 pages
  • Publisher: Virtualbookworm.com Publishing (2 May 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 162137503X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1621375036
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 1.3 x 21.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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This book is a light, humorous, easy to read mystery. It reminded me of an American version of Tom Sharpe, which, in case you are unsure, is no bad thing.

Although the book is a sequel, the main character is introduced in the first chapter with a quick reprise of where he is and what he's doing there, so it's no problem if, like me, you haven't read the first book.

The story starts out with a crazy road trip across America. It's a fast-moving and comic sequence of events. But for me, things really start moving when the hero, Stone, returns home, meets his old friend Fellowes and is introduced to a shady businessman with a "job" involving an archaeological discovery of questionable authenticity.

The book is written in short, easily-digested chapters, and has well-defined characters such as the absurd Stone, the almost silent Fellowes and Stone's new girlfriend, Crystal the truck driver (you read that right).
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Format: Kindle Edition
I really liked the first book in this series and this one turned out to be a great follow-up. Loads of fun and an interesting story line too! My favorite bits are the interactions between Stone and Fellowes, but I have to say that the discussion surrounding The Prophet was the best. Highly recommended!
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Amazon.com: 6 reviews
I Heart Cleveland 9 Jun. 2014
By Pope Mel - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Dr. Edward J. "Flint" Stone has a Ph.D. in Prehistoric Philosophy, a field which consists almost entirely of Stone's own opinions about things. He's decided he needs to get back to Cleveland, back to the scene of the weird-goings-on that occurred at Sunderwynde Drive. (See 'Sunderwynde Revisited.') Since Stone is currently cash poor, he will need to rely on the kindness of some strange strangers, catching rides from frat boys and escaped convicts, to arrive back in the shining city whose river once caught fire.

Back home again, he joins forces with his much-put-upon sidekick, Fellowes, some of his old followers and his new love interest to solve a mystery involving "ancient" artifacts cluttering up a prospective new development.

As in the first book, Bresler serves up nothing but fun from beginning to end. The bromance between Stone and Fellowes is priceless; they are a terrific comic duo. I particularly enjoyed Stone's cross-country roadtrip with a variety of wacky characters, including a group heading off to worship a mysterious Prophet.

Hilarious!
What a Funny, Funny book! 25 Jun. 2014
By Lisa Crouso Shiroff - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Joel Bresler has a gift for writing light-hearted, borderline goofy stories that are so satisfying to read you just want more. So after reading the first Sunderwynde book, I was more than eager to try this one on for size and was not disappointed. Leaving few puns unpenned, offering more one-liners than notebook paper, Bresler delivers another comedic masterpiece in Sudnerwynde Revisited.

Dr. Edward J. Stone had something of a misadventure that sent him high-tailing it (or perhaps low-tailing it since we don't really know how tall he is) out of Cleveland and into the vast western wilderness with little more than kosher hot dogs to sustain him. But even someone as socially non-astute as Stone eventually gets a little homesick and is called back to face whatever might or might not be awaiting him. And of course he inadvertently bites off more than he can chew, so it's a good thing he found a pretty girl to share the meal.

In full disclosure, the author sent this book to me for a review.
Fast-paced, comic, easy read 18 Jun. 2014
By Steve Morris - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This book is a light, comic, easy to read mystery. It reminded me of an American version of Tom Sharpe, which, in case you are unsure, is no bad thing.

Although the book is a sequel, the main character is introduced in the first chapter with a quick reprise of where he is and what he's doing there, so it's no problem if, like me, you haven't read the first book.

The story starts out with a crazy road trip across America. It's a fast-moving and comic sequence of events. But for me, things really start moving when the hero, Stone, returns home, meets his old friend Fellowes and is introduced to a shady businessman with a "job" involving an archaeological discovery of questionable authenticity.

The book is written in short, easily-digested chapters, and has well-defined characters such as the absurd Stone, the almost silent Fellowes and Stone's new girlfriend, Crystal the truck driver (you read that right).
Easy to read mystery 29 Jun. 2014
By C. Toste - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I got this book from the Author in exchange for a review. This is the second book of the series and I am sure I would have loved this book more if I had read "Sunderwynde Revisited" first. I felt a little confused at the beginning of the story, not really knowing anything about our main character or "the Event". However I still managed to enjoy this humerous mystery. The Author has a great sense of humor and I found myself laughing out loud a couple of times and looking forward to what will happen next. The characters were quirky and fun, especially the Professor and his sidekick. I would definitely recommend to read the first book first, something that I am planning on doing as well.
Get Ready to Laugh Out Loud 16 Jun. 2014
By Horse lover - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Joel Bresler’s done it again. Reprising the wonderfully funny Dr. Edward J. “Flint” Stone from the prequel “Sunderwynde Revisited,” he takes us off on another hilarious journey as the nutty professor travels back to Cleveland. That’s right. Back. Hence the title, “Sunderwynde Revisited, Again.” I was already laughing at the title when I opened the book.

Getting to Cleveland proves half the fun as the professor hitchhikes through a series of escapades with some very odd folks. But once back, he settles into his old haunt (subsidized by his previous followers) and teams up with his friend Fellowes and his new love (a truck driver by the name of Crystal) to solve yet another mysterious going on in the city. Not before he gets paid, of course--and handsomely. (He suffers a few guilt pangs about that, but manages to brush it off and eat another kosher hotdog). Snort. Snort.

So fun to read! In describing Professor Stone’s method for devising a plan: “No problem was ever too small to apply pen to legal pad and completely over-think a solution to. If you can picture Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland simultaneously shouting, ‘Let’s put on a show!’ you’ll have a rough idea of how Stone viewed strategic planning.”

I fervently hope there are many sequels to come!
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