This scuttling, six-legged story will leave you bug-eyed with laughter.
Dagenham: a normal,
quiet, friendly suburb.
Enter the neighbours from hell!
When the Cadwalladers win $40 million in the lottery, they blow up their house, install a landing pad for their GX-26 fully-automatic helicopter and throw wild parties night after night. For the Judge family, this means war. Using Emma's latest invention, Toby and Emma unleash five Butterfly Cams, one Death Squadron and a buzzing, biting, creeping, crawling army. Time to invade!
If you find this book dangerously over the top, side-splittingly funny, or in any other way unsafe, press the Eject button at the end!
is likely to entrance pre-teens with its fast-paced action and outrageous sense of fun.' Cameron Woodhead The AgeThe story moves quickly and except for the mum wearing nappies and the dad having to giver her nappy changes allthe time, it's pretty much believable. I'd recommend this to anyone who wants a good laugh.'Tristan, aged 13, Melbourne - YARA
Jonathan Harlen was born in New Zealand but now lives in coastal New South Wales, near Byron Bay, with his wife and three young children. He runs a small farm, where he grows coffee beans and cabinet timbers. He has published many books in various genres and for various age groups. They include the much-acclaimed young adult novel, The Lion and the Lamb, Fireflies (also for young adults), and Brain Scam, Circus Berzerkus and Drop Dead, Mad Dog Fred, (for younger readers).