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- Print Length: 210 pages
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01B1FYQ0W
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 50 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #217,878 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Snow Balls: Ball Games Book Two Kindle Edition
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I absolutely loved Tyler, he is a typical male, but he is so laid back and funny he is a joy to read. The whole family is a laugh a minute especially Dora his Mum, with her patience and conniving ways it is worth taking notes for future reference.
Well written as the first book was, I don't think this book was as funny as the first book Balls, but it is still very entertaining reading. As usual Andie gave us the glossary of the North Yorkshire slang terms in the UK which were a treat to read before I even got to the story. I was laughing out loud reading them, as being from the UK myself, even I had forgotten some of them.
This is a novella which is just right sometimes when you want a great little short read to brighten your day and give you a good belly laugh. Wonderful !! I am really liking this authors work and will continue to support her. I am so looking forward to the third book in this series which is about the Turner parents which I can imagine will be a fun experience all round - I can't wait !!!!!
Mind you he doesn't take the stuff his mum and dad have been spouting the last few years seriously. They won't throw him out now he's 25. He has a good life, he works, well three days a week, he has mates, and his mum does everything for him, because she wants to, who is is to deprive her.
Boy does he get a wake up call , what's he suppose to do. He decides to play Doea at her own game and win the delicious girl at the bank at the same time. Trouble is his best friend Lindsay might be the fly in the ointment.
This book made me laugh so much , I nearly peed myself . Every mother can identify with Dora. I especially like the alarm clocks and vacuum cleaner incident.
Another wonderful insight into the Tyler family
I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy of this book
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