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Wise Acres: The Seventh Circle of Heck (The Nine Circles of Heck #7)

4.48 of 5 stars 4.48  ·  rating details  ·  33 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Welcome to Wise Acres, where the sassy kids go.

In the seventh installment of Heck, Dale E. Basye sends Milton and Marlo Fauster to Wise Acres, the circle reserved for kids who sass back. In Wise Acres, the cleverest, snarkiest, put-downiest kids debate and trade insults in Spite Club. But the new vice principal, Lewis Carroll, has some curious plans to raise the profile—...more
Hardcover, 448 pages
Published December 24th 2013 by Random House Books for Young Readers (first published January 1st 2013)
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Seventh book and still as amazing as when it started. The book is full of sassy humor and adventure like none other. Also, being a huge fan of Lewis Carroll and Alice in Wonderland and having those connections just made the book that much better to me. There were many forms word play used through out the book and I found myself thinking back to Dr. Seuss because of it. I find myself thinking to bad he wasn't a character in the book. I give the book 5 stars and can't wait for the next one.
Amanda Steinhoff
My favorite book in the series so far. Basye does a wonderful job of continuing to keep the series fresh, while delivering the expected sharp humor and clever wordplay fans of the Heck books have come to love.
Actual rating: 7.7
This book was very close to 5 stars. But not quite. The wordplay in the book was a little bit too much, and it seems like the author invented a bunch of plot devices to finish the story. However, the characters are likable and well developed, and the situations that they face seem real enough. Although I'm not sure how you would die if you were already in Heck. All in all, this is one of the only 9-book or longer series that has kept my attention, and it deserves 4 stars.
Still pretty funny.
Tanna Bowen
Mr. Basye certainly has his own way of alienating the reader up until pulling an amazing ending out of his butt at the last second. Mostly this is the laman in me talking, when I just want some fun instead of having to use my brain to follow the story. This series has some wit and ego to follow, so you have to be in the right mood for it.
Really great. The best in the series so far.
Enjoying this whole series. Looking forward to what's next.
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