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My Rotten Life by David Lubar
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Aug 25, 2010

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bookshelves: creepyish, funny, j
Read in August, 2010

Have you ever wanted to be a zombie?

Definitely not my normal fare. Silly, gross humor, crazy plot, fun characters. Good elementary appeal. There are disadvantages and advantages to zombiness. Like, you can't eat (well, you can, but the food won't digest and just sloshes around in your stomach), and you can't feel pain, which means you don't notice when your fingers fall off. But on the other hand, you can't feel pain! And you can do things that would normally be really hard (like playing video games and pull-ups). So, which would you rather be?

Lots of fart jokes, gross scenes, and stereotypical teachers, but there's a sense of fun with that.

Although I hated that they used two narrators - one for all the narrators and the male voices, one for all the female voices. Most narrators can handle both genders, what's wrong with Matthew Brown?

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