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  • Paperback
  • 320
  • Jack Tumor
  • Anthony McGowan
  • English
  • 02 May 2018
  • 9780099488231

10 thoughts on “Jack Tumor

  1. says:

    Laugh and the world laughs with you snore and you sleep aloneHere is a book that will make you laugh and cry Sometimes on the same page For those that do snore don't worry it's a page turner so you can stay up all night readingThere's a special

  2. says:

    One of the coolest ideas a talking brain tumor and definitely one of the coolest opening words for any book Arsecheese The tone is set we get deliciously vulgar thought often decidedly man humour as well as unpredictable scenes fea

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    This looks an awful lot like David Henrie on the cover Aww how I miss Wizards of Waverly PlaceI picked this book up at the library book sale a while back because the synopsis sounded hilarious a talking brain tumor? How co

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    Difficult to think of a book about a boy and his brain tumor as funny but this one really is Hector who's been having rather severe headaches starts hearing a voice Not just any voice it's the voice of Jack Jack Tumor who TALKS LIKE DEATH if you know what I meanJack's funny at times cranky at others It's sort of like Heck's subconscious but

  5. says:

    In an overflowing smelly terribly lit save a lot I came across 'Jack Tumor' Whilst looking at another book that didn't really interest me I knocked over Anthony McGowan's masterpiece One look at the first word Arsecheese

  6. says:

    I really will never learn How many times have I picked up a book I knew was going to be funny beyond belief and

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    I'd really give this a four and a half stars It's not often you read a book that makes you feel bad for the tumor that's killing the protagonist but Mr McGowan has done just that The symbiotic relationship between the boy and his tumor works because McGowan gives 'Jack' a real personality smart supportive vulnerable and yes reasonable He the tumor knows what he is He also knows the effect he has on the boy He also knows

  8. says:

    Funny It makes me wish I was a comic nerd so I could get all the references Defiantly need to re read

  9. says:

    I saw this in the guardians kids section and was pulled to it by the excellent front cover A comic bookesue style of a boy and taking brain tumourTold through amusing tales of growing up school bullies and that eventful first kiss Henry tumou

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    I have to admit this book read kind of like a NaNoWriMo novel I'm not saying that in a bad way Just that the voice of the protagonist lends it to the type of writer who has a word count to fulfill or who gets paid by the sentence There is a lot of extra stuff here Do I really care about the Battle of the Fish an

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Jack Tumor

From the Carnegie Medal winning author of Lark comes Henry Tumour winner of the BookTrust Teenage Prize It wasn't my choice Henry was in charge As if school bullies and his mum's tofu sandwiches weren't enough for Hector Brunty. Laugh and the world laughs with you snore and you sleep aloneHere is a book that will make you laugh and cry Sometimes on the same page For those that do snore don t worry it s a page turner so you can stay up all night readingThere s a special place in my heart for Henry Tumour I first read it back when I was almost the same age as Hector the narrator of the story I felt an immediate affinity with him as we were both having far success in mathematics than with those myserious creatures the opposite sex I don t think it s too much of a spoiler to mention that he has a brain tumour A talking one called Henry You re going to find out on page one anyway I decided to re read this after obtaining an old library copy There s so many references to books and comics it felt like the whole story was an intricate inside joke which I the reader was invited to join There s swearing snogging and stargazing If you assumed that this book wouldn t make you think just because the opening sentence is Arsecheese you d be wrong There s some beautiful profound moments interspersed among the highs and horrors of teenage life Fortunately Henry our favourite cancerous inner monologue always manages to bring us back down to earth I m not sure who to recommend this to Fans of William Shakespeare Frank Miller George Orwell Who knows I think anyone would find it hard to dislike this book I just ordered Hellbent too

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He now has another dilemma a talking brain tumourHenry Tumour turns out to be the perfect alter ego advising Hector on haircuts high fashion and tactics for snogging the best looking girl in school Uma Upshaw Controlling his s. In an overflowing smelly terribly lit save a lot I came across Jack Tumor Whilst looking at another book that didn t really interest me I knocked over Anthony McGowan s masterpiece One look at the first word Arsecheese I was sold I took it home not thinking much of it Little did I know that this crude hilarious and beautifully insightful novel would change my life forever Pretty amazing for an accident right Perhaps it was Hector Brunty the humorous and very humanized character or maybe it was his know it all brain tumor Jack that made me fall in love with this book I would like to thank my clumsiness that brought Jack Tumor and I together The only thing I will say is that the comic strip ending is only featured in Henry Tumour Which is the original UK version I m completely satisfied with the ending as it is but now I suppose I m going to have to buy the UK version enjoy the riveting hilarious adventure of Hector and Jack Along with the beautiful and touching words of MrMcGowan ¡Arde Troya! (Las aventuras de Ogú, Mampato y Rena, in school Uma Upshaw Controlling his s. In an overflowing smelly terribly lit save a lot I came across Jack Tumor Whilst looking at another book that didn t really Doctor y campeón interest me I knocked over Anthony McGowan s masterpiece One look at the first word Arsecheese I was sold I took La corruptrice it home not thinking much of Sweet for Her (Sweet Curves it Little did I know that this crude hilarious and beautifully The Purpose-Guided Universe insightful novel would change my life forever Pretty amazing for an accident right Perhaps The Abel & Cole Veg Box Companion it was Hector Brunty the humorous and very humanized character or maybe The Academy it was his know Full Dark, No Stars it all brain tumor Jack that made me fall If Only Once (The Martelli Brothers, in love with this book I would like to thank my clumsiness that brought Jack Tumor and I together The only thing I will say 1000 sitios que ver en España al menos una vez en la vida is that the comic strip ending La ética de la crueldad is only featured 3052 in Henry Tumour Which Mercator it Pasos perdidos en Granada is but now I suppose I m going to have to buy the UK version enjoy the riveting hilarious adventure of Hector and Jack Along with the beautiful and touching words of MrMcGowan

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Peech and brain chemicals is one thing but soon Henry Tumour is trying to make decisions about Hector's life than he'd likeCan Hector overpower his tumour in order to get what he really wants before they both go under the knife. I d really give this a four and a half stars It s not often you read a book that makes you feel bad for the tumor that s killing the protagonist but Mr McGowan has done just that The symbiotic relationship between the boy and his tumor works because McGowan gives Jack a real personality smart supportive vulnerable and yes reasonable He the tumor knows what he is He also knows the effect he has on the boy He also knows he wants to live It s a great idea and it plays out in a wonderful and satisfying wayThe book is full of fascinating characters and wonderful relationships I was sad it ended


About the Author: Anthony McGowan

Anthony John McGowan is an English author of books for children teenagers and adults He is the winner of the CILIP Carnegie Medal for Lark In addition to his win he has been twice longlisted for The Knife That Killed Me in and Brock in and once shortlisted for Rook in for the CILIP Carnegie Medal and is the winner of the Booktrust Teenage Prize for Henry Tumo.