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This review is from: Memoirs Of An Imaginary Friend (Paperback)
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I don't think I've ever read a book like this before,as it's written by an imaginary friend,and as he goes through his life with his friend Max he meets lots of other imaginary friends who all look different,as they look the way their children design them,and often they have no ears and cannot hear,or have no eyebrows because their kids forget them.
Imaginary friends cannot be hurt,and the only way they can die is if someone stops believing in them. Budo,who writes this story,has been alive longer than most because Max is special and really needs him.When Max disappears Budo is the only one who knows where he is,but he can't make anyone understand.Budo has to call on the other imaginary friends to help,and the story became so engrossing for me I couldn't put it down.
It's funny,exciting,sad and interesting,and I would definitely recommend it!