Fat Boy Saves World

Fat Boy Saves World

Ian Bone / Feb 22, 2020
Fat Boy Saves World Teen boarding school reject Susan Bennett returns to her parents mansion the scene of many battles observed by her bloated older brother named Neat who has not said one word in eight years But when t
  • Title: Fat Boy Saves World
  • Author: Ian Bone
  • ISBN: 9780743422451
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Paperback
  • Teen boarding school reject Susan Bennett returns to her parents mansion the scene of many battles observed by her bloated older brother named Neat, who has not said one word in eight years But when their parents are away, Neat suddenly speaks, saying he wants to save the world With the help of young street actor Todd, Neat goes on local cable TV and dispenses advice.Teen boarding school reject Susan Bennett returns to her parents mansion the scene of many battles observed by her bloated older brother named Neat, who has not said one word in eight years But when their parents are away, Neat suddenly speaks, saying he wants to save the world With the help of young street actor Todd, Neat goes on local cable TV and dispenses advice And when Susan s parents return home, she decides to face them.
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    About "Ian Bone"

      • Ian Bone

        I am an author of books for young readers and young adults I am Australian, and my books are published in Australia, the USA, the UK, Germany, Korea, Brazil and Finland.My novel, The Song of an Innocent Bystander is being adapted into a major feature film My children s book series, Philomena Wonderpen, has been bought by an International media company to be adapted for television.I teach writing and I work as a video producer and e learning developer in my spare time


    997 Comments

    1. Interesting Australian YA about an incredibly obese boy who does not talk and his angry older sister who does early and often When Fat Boy finally does talk, he says he wants to save the world with the help of Mr D Who is Mr D His stuffed animal ducky, of course.If you like family melodrama, then this will be your cup of Fosters, mate, as Ian Bone explores the ins and mostly outs of a daughter father relationship Dad has published a book about his non talking son, you see In fact, with time, the [...]


    2. 15 11 Originally, I read this for English in Year 10 I can t remember whether I liked this or not As I m reading it some of the plot s coming back to me, but the overriding feeling I m getting is that I didn t understand it very well when I read it 13 years ago goodness, has it been that long I m still not really getting it now, probably because I still don t get imagery or themes or subtext or most of that other stuff I was supposed to learn in high school English I would read the book usually [...]


    3. This was a really weird book, and thats why i liked it so much The interesting storyline made you want to keep reading, and in a strange way, you could relate to the characters Its the perfect dysfunctional family.



    4. The book Fat boy saves the world ,I liked the book because it is my type of book.I liked the book because its a type of book that wants you to get out there in the world and make a change.Its a book that make you want to help others.The book is about changing the world and other people lives Like I said this book is about change her brother is like a fat,lazy,depressed guy.So through out the book its like hes like a kid in a candy store tht cant have no candy.Me personally i didnt like thi chara [...]


    5. I wanted to like this one than I did because someone I really adore recommended it so wholeheartedly It reminded me of The Planet of Junior Brown by Virginia Hamilton in some ways, how fat can be isolating and can be an expression of isolation as well But I was annoyed by how the character kept calling himself Fat Kid Probably it was supposed to be symbolic of his inability to take charge of his own life and identify with himself But could it not have only happened 3 x instead of every other pa [...]


    6. This is one of the most interesting books I ve ever read Focusing on a group of various characters, from a girl who s shaved her head to a lost magician, rich but usually cold and absent parents and an obese, supposedly mute boy who announces to his sister that he wants to save the world, its characters are definitely not your run of the mill, superficial ones It gets a little confusing in some places, but overall it s an amazing story and definitely worth reading


    7. It was an okay book, but there were many parts of it that didn t make much sense at the end of the book I was left there thinking what I feel like it would ve been better if there had been a sequel.


    8. Ok I must admit I was kind of surprised Not a big fan of the book but the characters in this book are quite interesting It wasn t exactly funny but it has a very interesting outlook on people and what different personalities will do when faces with a difficult situation.



    9. Lost my copy before I could even finish the book I read most of it, though, and I didn t really connect with the story.



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