The Mad Scientists Club (Mad Scientists Club #1-4) review Í 103

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The Mad Scientists Club (Mad Scientists Club, #1-4) review Í 103 ñ The gang's all here as are the stories all 14 of them Yep that's right All 12 individual tales and the two novels combined into one book The book is big enough that your friends will notice it and ask you what's in it You can proudly tell them that yoThe gang's all here as are the stories all 14 of them Yep that's right All 12 individual tales and the two novels combined into one book The book is big enough that your friends will notice it and ask you what's in it You can proudly tell them that you have the complete Mad Scientists' Club works in your h. The Mad Scientists' Club was one of my childhood favorites Its members were brash clever and technologically savvy enough to let me live out my junkyard fantasies by proxy Set in small town America some decades ago the stories cover the discovery of a dinosaur egg the simulation of a lake monster a hot air balloon race and many other adventures that must be read not summarized Seriously if you've ever fantasized about building ultra lites reverse engineering remote controls creating hide outs exploring swamps or pranking whole towns read this bookKristen gave me this volume for Christmas which was a double surprise first because the stories bring back such delicious memories and second because the volume contains not only the 12 short stories I know but the two novels I've never read Yeah Novels Suffice it to say that we interrupted our previous bedtime story The Silver Chair mid way to get Kristen acuainted with these stories and I can hardly tell whether to savor the stories slowly or hurry past and get to the novels

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Iuses of Mammoth Falls Written between 1961 and 1986 here is the Complete Collection of Bertrand R Brinley's Mad Scientists' Club stories containing The Mad Scientists' Club The New Adventures of the Mad Scientists' Club The Big Kerplop and The Big Chunk of Ice All complete with illustrations by Charles Ge. I'd like to get my son reading this

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The Mad Scientists Club Mad Scientists Club #1 4Ands and can find anything they might want to know about the gang Even better you can carry this around wherever you go and have every story right at your fingertips And like all paperbacks after a while it will become dog eared from constant use as you read and re read the exploits of the seven junior gen. This omnibus reprints four separate volumes two anthologies of short stories and two novel length adventures The first half of this was a fun trip down memory lane I first read the Mad Scientist's Club short stories when I was in primary school and I've always remembered them fondlyI don't know whether it's simply the passage of years or the humour not working as well at greater length or the relentlessly unfunny character of Prof Stratavarious but the latter two stories new to me did not work as well One of them also suffers a little from being a preuel that details events that up til now readers have had to imagine for themselves and like many preuels is less satisfying than imaginationStill it's always nice to spend some time with old friends