Laz's Perfect State Machine

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Author House, Aug 24, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 52 pages
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Meet Laz Ian Ventor, a Lazy Inventor. He’s house sitting for his friend when disaster strikes! In an attempt to solve his problem he creates a machine that makes everything perfect. Laz’s machine helps out a number of people, including the queen, things are happening that are beyond Laz’s wildest dreams and everything is perfect! That is, until there’s a problem with the machine. It’s obvious that something drastic must happen to put the world to rights once more. Will this Lazy Inventor’s only ever working machine have to be destroyed? Should he have never made it in the first place? And what will his friend say when she gets back to all that mess?
 

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Contents
1
Chapter 2
4
Chapter 3
11
Chapter 4
17
Chapter 5
23
Chapter 6
28
Chapter 7
34
Chapter 8
39
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Dear world, My name is Minnie Swinburne and I live in sunny England with my mum and step-dad. I finished 6th form in 2010 at Abbotsholme School Rocester having done English Literature, Business studies and Psychology. After that I took a year out as a break and went to work in Moldova with orphans for 2 months. Moldova is amazing, and Chisinau is one of the most chilled out places I have ever been. It's truly magical. After that I went to Milan to work as an Au Pair which was equally fun. I came back to England for the summer as I realized it was the last time I could spend any period over 2 months with my family. I got the idea for my main character when walking along an alley way to a friend’s house and then wrote the book from there. It took me 2 months on and off and I fell in love with it. Once the summer is over I am going to Reading University to study English with Primary Education. I have two cats which I think are really mini panthers, one of them answers to "Fatty" and he likes cranberry and raspberry Muller lights. As a family we also have horses, sheep, dogs and chickens. My sheep's name is Pepper and he is the sweetest of the lot.

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