The Brain Full Of Holes

The Brain Full Of Holes Sheldon McGlone is finding it hard to adjust to his new life in Switzerland Its not surprising really Hes just left his home in Australia and moved half way around the world because his mother has mar

  • Title: The Brain Full Of Holes
  • Author: Martin Ed Chatterton
  • ISBN: 9781561455270
  • Page: 388
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Sheldon McGlone is finding it hard to adjust to his new life in Switzerland Its not surprising really Hes just left his home in Australia and moved half way around the world because his mother has married a member of a crack scientific squad And now Sheldons best friend The Brain is also his stepbrother That would be weird even if your best friend wasnt a frighteninglySheldon McGlone is finding it hard to adjust to his new life in Switzerland Its not surprising really Hes just left his home in Australia and moved half way around the world because his mother has married a member of a crack scientific squad And now Sheldons best friend The Brain is also his stepbrother That would be weird even if your best friend wasnt a frighteningly brainy super sleuth And The Brain is a frighteningly brainy super sleuth But what really has Sheldon worried is The Brains preoccupation with the missing holes in his cheese sandwichesoh and also the carnivorous cuckoo clocks he keeps seeing everywhere

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    About "Martin Ed Chatterton"

    1. Martin Ed Chatterton

      Martin Ed Chatterton was born in Liverpool, England, and attended art college in London He has worked successfully in the publishing and design industry for thirty years He is the author of than thirty five books and the illustrator of lots He lives sometimes in Australia and sometimes in the UK.edchatterton

    475 thoughts on “The Brain Full Of Holes”

    1. I had originally planned to do a joint review with my son. Unfortunately, his summer schedule has been hectic, and he wasn’t able to finish the series in time. So for this review it’s just me.In The Brain Full of Holes we meet up with Sheldon and Theo “The Brain" in Switzerland. They relocated after the escapades in Farrago Bay, and the marriage of Sheldon’s mom and The Brain’s guardian. Now the boys aren’t only partners, but also stepbrothers. Sheldon, while still awkward, seems to [...]


    2. A thanks to Peachtree Publishing for letting me participate in this blog tour.As the father of three girls I am always looking for books that have appeal to all of them. Brain Full of Holes is just such a book. Between the three of them they have interests that range from humor to young adult relationship issues to mysteries. Chatterton’s novel delivers on all three accounts.What makes this book such a fun read is the “Brain” from the title: Theophilus Nero Hercule Sherlock Wimsey Father B [...]


    3. What can I say? The Brain strikes again in this wacky but wonderful tale that will have you reaching books end in record timeyou won't want to put it down. Filled with the wild imagination of author Martin Chatterton, we have a tale of whodunit with Duzzant Matter and a whole sleugh of outrageous animal creations. From an cow that wants to give her caretaker a bit of his own medicine to panthers guarding the power of LURV, it's a surprise a minute with smilees to spares. If you haven't checked o [...]


    4. This book features a particle accelerator similar to the Large Hadron Collider and makes reference to Dark Matter. Pretty heady stuff for YA lit. Still, it works, and my nerdier students will get it.On top of the heavy physics, this book is funny and silly. Many people have been compared to Douglas Adams but this story actually reminded me some of Adams's Dirk Gently novels. It's good stuff. It's smart stuff. It's funny stuff, if you like quirky, smart work, check this book out.


    5. Doppelgangers, cuckoo clocks, and angry geese are running amok in the Alps. Not to mention flying cows! Sheldon McGlone’s left Australia, he’s trying to get used to his new life, and he’s even fallen in love. All he wants is some peace and quiet. But when your step-brother is Theo Brain, the world’s youngest super sleuth, getting any peace and quiet is highly unlikely. Aussiereviews states it’s “full of humor, including multiple puns and absurdities.”


    6. First, where did all the holes in Swiss cheese go? Not-so-bright Sheldon tags along w/ his step-brother "The Brain" as things get progressively sillier. You will never look at a raisin the same way again. Similar in silly humor to "Alcatraz vs the evil librarians", but crossed w/ Sherlock Holmes.


    7. And now Sheldon's best friend, The Brain, is also his step-brother. Sheldon and The Brain are drawn into the crazy world of Quantum Physics, and soon realise what can happen when science takes the lid off Pandora's Box




    8. I read this book to my 9 year old. Both of us laughed throughout. It was a goofy story that we enjoyed reading together.




    9. I read this book as it was all I could get, and it's not written for me. But, the central story of three young teens solving the trans-dimensional disappearance of a truck-driving father is one I would have adored when I was younger.


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