Last of the Gullivers

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Philomel Books, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 217 pages
4 Reviews
A stunning sequel to a storytelling classic, with a contemporary twist

Michael Pine is a boy with no direction in life. Mixed up in gangs, he is headed straight for a juvenile detention center. Until he is given a second chance and discovers a world beyond his imagination. A world of Lilliputians - people the mere size of a thumb. But this is a world in terrible danger, and they need Michael's help. But Michael has some trouble of his own - he's been framed for theft and it appears his second chance is about to expire. He needs to do what he can to save the Lilliputians from certain death. But how can he save them if he's locked up for a crime he didn't commit?

Using elements of the original Gulliver's Travels, Carter Crocker has created an exciting and enchanting story perfect for kids today.

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Review: The Last of the Gullivers

User Review  - Nancy Jo Lambert - Goodreads

Well, not great. This was a great concept ill developed. There was minimal character development. The plot was not exciting and moved slowly. Read full review

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User Review  - Carol Wilcox - Goodreads

An orphan boy (in England???) discovers a colony of Lilliputians in an elderly villager's backyard. Kind of a Roald Dahl-ish sense of humor. Found myself liking the main character and really wishing for more interesting character development and plot. Read full review

About the author (2012)

Carter Crocker lives in Ojai, California.

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