Tuesday, June 10, 2008

The Facttracker by Jason Carter Eaton

A fictitious friend of mine once told me, "Everyone loves a good explosion."

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Abstract : When a town whose economy is based on selling facts is taken over by the Facttracker's twin, Ersatz, quickly-spreading lies begin changing the world, and a "just small enough boy" must reach the seed of truth before the changes become permanent.

Publisher: HarperCollins; 260 pages

3 comments:

Mary said...

This title was suggested by a friend; it certainly looks like a fun read!

Cal said...

This book was silly and just plain fun! The voice was great and anyone would enjoy it!

Anonymous said...

This book was good. The voice was silly, but not everyone would appreciate how sarcastic it was. Although I liked the book, it did not strike me as anything particularly noteworthy.