Blunderland (Google eBook)

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iUniverse, Sep 22, 2010 - Fiction - 276 pages
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Fin Barrett is a survivor who believes her life is in order once and for all. Unfortunately, she is wrong. As Fin attempts to make a fresh start with her new puppy Zipper, she has no idea that Creeps from another world are stalking her. But then, late one night in a nearby sculpture garden, Fin suddenly finds herself sprinting after Zipper through a mosaic arch. In mere seconds, she is transported to a strange place called the land of Blunder.

In Blunder, sparkly goo makes solid objects penetrable, an old woman's Mercedes travels at unimaginable speeds, and people read handcrafted objects rather than printed words. To top it off, a few of Blunder's citizens seem to know Fin-and not all of them are happy with her. After Fin dredges up terrifying memories of her first visit to Blunder, she remembers it is up to her to stop the Creeps who receive thrills from randomly attacking innocent people.

With the help of an irritating shaman, the ridiculous Sullivan brothers, and a host of other oddball characters, Fin is unwittingly propelled into the role of savior as she and Zipper traverse through an outlandish world where nothing will ever be normal.

  

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Contents

Body
1
Back Matter
268
Back Cover
269
Spine
270
Copyright

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About the author (2010)

Born in Norway, Elizabeth O'Kane spent her childhood on an American military base in Germany and graduated from San José State University. She has worked with deaf children as a classroom assistant and interpreter, but now writes full time. She lives in Northern California with her husband. This is their butler.

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