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What happens when the Centre of the Universe has an existential crisis? What happens when a man named John Doe bursts through the doors of a cupcake shop in Cornwall? What does an immortal moose named Bob have to do with everything? Find out the answers to these and many other questions you've never thought of within Cupcakes and the Centre of the Universe.
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Published January 21st 2012
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Jason
Feb 01, 2012 Jason rated it it was amazing
Cupcakes and the Centre of the Universe is a fun book on many levels. First, it is hilarious! There are many great lines in this book that will have you laughing out loud. The action is fast and constantly moving but this doesn’t detract from the dialogue which is witty, clever and often thought-provoking. You feel as though you are exploring the universe with two of your best friends and a moose! The characters are quirky, each possesing some amazing qualities, and all with quite a few tales to ...more
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May 26, 2012 Benjamin Wretlind rated it really liked it
A wild, humorous, trippy ride through the universe with a moose. I think that's about how I could sum up Cupcakes and the Centre of the Universe if I were ever stuck in an elevator and someone was asking what the story is about. Part Douglas Adams, part Dave Barry, mostly Whitney Moore, the story moves from point A to point X, back to point M and then point B without too much of a fuss. I enjoyed this and look forward to more by Moore (I just had to say that).
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Whitney Moore is an award winning indie author of multiple sci-fi/horror/comedy novels and short stories. If that's not enough she also holds a degree in graphic design and holds a world record in most things (one of those is a lie). Her books include a sense of whimsy which she puts in there to distract from the fact that she is from North Carolina instead of England. Her work has been called ima ...more
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