By Dav Pilkey
Publish yr note: First released in 2006
Dav Pilkey's 8th epic novel offers evil, horror, and "laffs," and provides on all 3. during this rowdy episode, George and Harold take a unsuitable flip someplace and finish up in a surrealistic trade truth the place every thing defies expectation.
As they struggle to regulate to a realm the place academics are great and cafeteria foodstuff is nice, our heroes come across evil types of themselves. until our dynamic duo can cease them, those diabolical twins plan to ruin their native land.
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