This review is from: Nightmare at the Book Fair (Kindle Edition)
I have read a number of different books by Dan Gutman over the last few years. And I must say this one is my new favorite. It was an awesome read across genres and the humor was incredible. In many ways it reads like a jaunt across literary genres much like Robert A. Heinlien's Job: A Comedy of Justice. I loved this book and have recommended it to a number of people who all enjoyed it also.
Trip Dinkleman hates to read. He really hates it. But he gets roped into helping set up for the book fair by Mrs. Pontoon. As he is shifting crates of books, one falls and soon he wakes up in a different world. Some characters look the same, some even have same names but something is very wrong and he keeps 'shifting' from episode to episode. He floats through the following Genres:
Fiction for Girls
And along the way he has a couple of intermissions. Trip goes on a real trip and as he transitions from story to story he must figure something out in order to move on.
This story was wonderfully entertaining. It was an awesome read that I know I will go back and visit again. If you are looking for something new or different, give it a try; pick up this book and go for a wild ride.