Dinosaurs and Prime Numbers

Dinosaurs and Prime Numbers TomMoran
  • Title: Dinosaurs and Prime Numbers
  • Author: TomMoran
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  • Dinosaurs and Prime Numbers TomMoran Dinosaurs and Prime Numbers There is a cow in Budleigh Salterton that is independent of the space time continuum Walton Cumberfield however does not know this All he knows is that his dog is missing his girlfriend has left hi
    There is a cow in Budleigh Salterton that is independent of the space time continuum Walton Cumberfield, however, does not know this All he knows is that his dog is missing, his girlfriend has left him, and the local residential home has banned him from putting on any toy theatre productions Somehow it is all connected Somehow there is an answer and he is deteThere is a cow in Budleigh Salterton that is independent of the space time continuum Walton Cumberfield, however, does not know this All he knows is that his dog is missing, his girlfriend has left him, and the local residential home has banned him from putting on any toy theatre productions Somehow it is all connected Somehow there is an answer and he is determined to find out what it is.Join Walton Cumberfield, amateur gas and electricity meter reader, semi professional scientist, poet, entrepreneur, inventor, raconteur and private detective as he embarks on a hilarious quest that will lead him to the discovery of a lifetime.
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    1. Liar liar, pants on fire I shouted, wagging my finger at him I could tell he was slightly taken aback by my rhetoric skills This book is Hitchiker s Guide, Sherlock Holmes, Adrian Mole, and Mr Bean all shaken up and served up your nose because you spend so much time snorting My favorite bits are when he updates his status on The Facebook My older kid likes the My Weird School series, which we listen to aloud and I admit to laughing to the jokes like a complete simpleton The puns are just so fant [...]

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    2. When this book was sent to me I didn t read the blurb, I liked the strange cover If it wasn t for the adult humour sticker I d think it looks a little like a funky BBC maths textbook I like that But I really had no idea what Dinosaurs and Prime numbers was about.And I really couldn t have guessed either I can honestly say this book entertained me like nothing else has recently I once got in a fit on giggles on the bus, and gathered strange stares than I usually do It s the bunny hat One day Wal [...]

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    3. Hilarious from start to finish.

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    4. Brilliantly funny picked it up to read any every opportunity

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    5. Another suggestion by and another home run My profile is obviously tweaked to perfection because it s been recommending a lot of winners recently, and Dinosaurs and Prime Numbers by Tom Moran was no exception.If you were to merge Arthur Dent with Mister Bean and add them to a Sherlock Holmes mystery, you d get something similar to this book Walton Cumberfield is a character you can t help but laugh at and with as he struggles on through his adventure.Walton Cumberfield is a lovable idiot, bumbli [...]

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    6. Somewhere out in the great wide world there is likely a market for a by the numbers time travel story with plot and characters as if it were an Edgar Wright Simon Pegg Nick Frost piece, but written with the style and humor of Ameila Bedelia The question is Why The sad thing is that movie would probably be pretty good, once you lose all the oh look at me aren t I such a clever boy with this first person narration wordplay Whether it could survive a lesser team than Wright Pegg Frost is another ma [...]

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    7. Most people seem to love this book I don t.I would not say it s bad ly written I imagine it appeals to fans of Little Britain, Mr Bean and the Mighty Boosh.Though it tries to emulate Adrian Mole and Arthur Dent, Walton Cumberfield lacks the charm as the author picks the wrong bits from those characters.

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    8. Bonkers But Best Enjoyed in Small ServingsMr Cumberfield is clueless, oblivious, socially inept, earnest, and just skewed enough that his observations are often charming, funny, unnaturally prescient, or thought provoking The author has mastered the art of pointed silliness, and that is no small feat But, just as one is advised against eating an entire box of chocolates in one sitting, it seems that this book lends itself to browsing That way you can skip the nougat centers and really enjoy the [...]

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    9. I first learned about this book through a story on the Guardian s website, honoring Dinosaurs and Prime Numbers as its first self published book of the month theguardian books 2014 Sounded interesting, so I found it on and started reading I was hooked straight off.Walton Cumberfield is an amateur detective and something of an idiot, albeit clever when it counts He and his lodger Roger take an epic trip through time to solve the mystery of why an old man broke into their house after Walton beats [...]

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    10. You ve got to love a book with lines in it like ng like the cat that got creamed and I think Roger plays for Manchester City, since when they win he always says we did really well last night.Walton Cumberfield is a character who seems somewhere on the scale of autistic to idiocy and insanity He has a very literal approach to life for example, giving his friend Roger a penny every time Roger says penny for your thoughts With a dog called Keith Matthews and a puppet show he performs for an old peo [...]

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    11. Walton Cumberfield is the kind of socially inept nerd that we have all met at one time or another and he makes a unique and brilliant lead character With his tag along lodger, Roger he becomes embroiled in a time travelling murder mystery involving cheese, ghosts, OAP hitmen and and a cow in Budleigh Salterton The plot is excellent, the time travel is done perfectly and there are plenty of laugh out loud moments and groan out loud awful puns I really did not want this to finish it is very, very [...]

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    12. One of the funniest books I ve readThis is a definite 5 star rating, once you start reading, you ll find it hard to put down, its laugh out loud funny, one of the craziest books, got lost in Walton s world and didn t want to leave, would highly recommend this book if you like a good laugh read some of the other reviews, its a funny work of fiction, I don t think Tom Moran meant readers to take it seriously or is advising drivers to keep their sherry in the glove compartment

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    13. The humour and style of writing definitely isn t everyone s cup of blackcurrant squash it wasn t mine at first , but personally I found that they and Walton grew on me the further I got into the plot You still have the absurdity, of course, but there are also some poignant and sincere moments that don t feel too out of place.Overall I enjoyed the ride, and will be looking out for Walton and Roger in future.

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    14. An entertaining time travel adventure, with the most unusual premise Manages to tie up all loose ends without apparent paradoxes The author s style takes a bit getting used to and may annoy some , but once you get into it this book has many belly laugh moments Would certainly come back for .

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    15. An odd adventureWalton reminds me of Amelia Bedelia He s just clueless This story takes you around and around when a straight line would be easier making it a frustrating my enjoyable read You keep thinking he s about to catch on and then he s chasing his tail again I d like to read another time Full of laughs.

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    16. Gawd,this book was a riot I eagerly look forward to further adventures with Walton Cumberfield, his lodger Roger and the, thing I can t mention because it would be a spoiler Let s just pretend I didn t mention it in my first attempt at this review Ok Ok LOLs

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    17. Light easy read that took me a bit to embrace Not totally my cup of tea, but I can see how it works for some Funny, punny and even witty in places Overall a little too forced wackiness and humor for my taste.

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    18. This was a bit of a slow start for me and it took me a while to get into the humour of it, but by the end I really enjoyed it It s not quite like anything else I ve ever read Love the insanity of the concept of time travelling cheese.

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    19. This book was slow for me to get into Overall this was an oddly entertaining book Funny and quirky I missed a lot of the humour in the early pages, but fun anyway.

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    20. It wasn t a bad book Pretty entertaining and the humour kind of a breath of fresh air even though tiresome at moments Would still recommend it for light and easy read

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    21. Very likable lead character Unreliable as a narrator, but entertainingly and endearingly so.

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    22. If I could travel in time, I d go back and give this to my thirteen year old self who might just have found it hilarious Let s hope the author grows up one day.

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    23. Very funny in parts Loved some of the puns and I ve been using them on my friends ever since The plot isn t totally coherent but I don t think that s entirely relevant in a book of this sort.

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    24. Not bad but I was expecting Douglas Adams and I got an ersatz Russell Brand crossed with a third rate Noel Fielding

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    25. Such a random and quirky read While to get use to the style of writing Very funny read Recommended

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    26. I thought it was brilliant

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