Fun Fantasy Adventure Young Adult Novel: The Other Normals

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5 Responses to “Fun Fantasy Adventure Young Adult Novel: The Other Normals”

  1. Dee says:

    “I interviewed Ned Vizzini on Gweek in September 2102.”  I know you are cool, Mark; but, I didn’t know you have the gear to do interviews across the space-time continuum!  Geez!

  2. I’m really enjoying this book. I’ve slowed down reading it because I don’t want it to end.

    At first I wanted the story to stay in the real world because the characterizations there were so strong, but I eventually got into the fantasy elements too.

  3. cdh1971 says:

    Question for Commentariat – 

    This BB post is the first I’ve heard of this book, _The Other Normals_. Reading its brief description here, I thought of another book, one of my favs as an grade school kid (and in like, tops say 200 even now) was the Mushroom Planet Series by Eleanor Cameron. 

    I will eventually read _The Other Normals_.  But in the meantime I’m curious –if anyone has read both of these, you see any similarities? No need for an analysis, just even a yes, no, kinda would be cool.

    TIA

    WikiP link to first MushP book:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Wonderful_Flight_to_the_Mushroom_Planet

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