My Life as a Torpedo Test Target

My Life as a Torpedo Test Target Forty feet underwater with a million dollars of gold in reach Wally McDoogle only has to overcome Sea monsters Hostile pirates A ghost ship And of course the world famous McDoogle klutziness Will h

  • Title: My Life as a Torpedo Test Target
  • Author: Bill Myers
  • ISBN: 9780849935381
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Paperback
  • Forty feet underwater with a million dollars of gold in reach, Wally McDoogle only has to overcome Sea monsters Hostile pirates A ghost ship And, of course, the world famous McDoogle klutziness.Will he be able to avoid catastrophe and chaos Probably not.Just as our hero goes for the gold, he finds himself on a wild ride atop a misguided torpedo and realizeForty feet underwater with a million dollars of gold in reach, Wally McDoogle only has to overcome Sea monsters Hostile pirates A ghost ship And, of course, the world famous McDoogle klutziness.Will he be able to avoid catastrophe and chaos Probably not.Just as our hero goes for the gold, he finds himself on a wild ride atop a misguided torpedo and realizes the true cost of greed.

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    1. I just finished reading this to my 7 year old, and I am simply awestruck with how awful the experience was. The premiss was absurd, but not in a fun way. The characters are all one sided terrible people. There are awkward underlying evangelical Christian tones. The ending was anticlimactic and abrupt, resolving a book-long moral dilemma with unconvincing logic that basically said, "my pastor says greed is bad, and a dolphin almost died, so it must be true."

    2. This boy named Wally goes on a boat ride to find gold. At the same time he leans something about greed. He learns that it is in a world war-II submarine. So all his buddy's go to that spot. By this time Wally was crazy about the gold because it was worth one million dollars$. When Wally finds the sub a crazy octopus was guarding it so with lot's of BOOM'S and BANG'S he made it. The gold bars where in a torpedo hole it was loaded that meant BIG NEWS! Look out here he comes

    3. This book just did not seem as good as the first five. It wasn't nearly as funny. And while Eric was a good new character, he simply can't compare to Jamie from book four. However, it was amusing and good enough. My little brother enjoyed it. And since it's his book, I suppose that's all that matters.

    4. My 6yo loves this series. Sometimes I think the subject matter is a little old for him, but he likes them so much he has gone from only me reading them to him to reading them on his own. Crazy, outlandish adventures.

    5. I chuckled all the way through this book, as Wally McDoogle gets himself into hilarious situations. This is just a light, fun read.

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