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Before Woody can write off the talking tuna he catches as a sun-induced hallucination, this unlikely benefactor is granting his every wish, allowing him to sweep Madalina off her feet and into the sunset. At least that's how things were supposed to work out.
Paperback, 320 pages
Published October 1st 2007 by Kensington
(first published January 1st 2007)
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This book was written informally with a constant sense of vulgarity which was a put off to me. To say I disliked this book would be an understatement, to say I hated it, would give it too much credit. it was interesting enough that I finished reading it, it was just basically a pointless waste of time. It makes me feel better that I only paid a dollar for it at Dollar Tree.
Nothing really special about this book. The cover caught my attention, but the book wasn't captivating at all. The humor isn't my type of humor. I think I only laughed out loud once. The story-line was repetitive and silly. A prince who gets a cursed put upon him by his wife and now he's a wish granting fish? What the hell?
Good, but also a little weird perhaps. Then again talking fish aren't normal either. I liked Woody (main dude), but some of the other characters weren't so lovable (of course), because in most stories there has be be a 'bad' character to offset the 'good' character.
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