Eccentric inventor Rand Peltzer returns to Kingston Falls from a business trip, bringing his son Billy an extraordinary, furry little creature called Gizmo the Mogwai, a wondrous pet that transforms Billy from a mild-mannered bank teller into a hero.
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Billy turned to see Murray Futterman, the talkative neighbor around the corner,
seated behind the wheel of his snowplow. Even though Billy desperately needed
a ride, he hesitated. He knew that Mr. Futterman would talk his ear off the whole ...
"You're not pulling my leg, Mr. Futterman, are you?" Billy asked with a smile. "No
siree. They were really there. We saw 'em. But you'd better hop on my plow or
you'll be late. No other cars in sight." Billy climbed up beside Mr. Futterman and
attacked by all sorts of flying objects, finding bricks laid across roads, seeing
strange small creatures . . . and then Mr. Futterman, run over by nis snow- plow . .
. Mrs. Deagle, found in her chair in the field behind her house . . . "Good grief," he
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - dragonasbreath - LibraryThing
A fast, fun romp. Some of it is quite believable, some not so much - but it's still a fun read. Beware giving a dangerous animal that looks like sweetness and light to a teenager! But at least he tried his best to clean up his mess. Based on the movie. Read full review