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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Fantasy / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:481
  • eBook ISBN:9781617923593


Or: How I spent my Summer Vacation as related by the Brothers Baugh and chronicled by the poet, Mel Carriere

by Mel Carriere

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Smellville is the first installment of a series entitled "How I spent my Summer Vacation," as related by the brothers Rodney and Daniel Baugh and chronicled by the poet, Mel Carriere. In this volume, the Brothers Baugh spend a disastrous two weeks fighting to reverse the disastrous curse that an evil witch has placed upon a once pristine resort town. There is something for everyone here, including adventure, romance, and important facts about personal hygiene.
Smellville is the first installment of a series entitled "How I spent my Summer Vacation," as related by the brothers Rodney and Daniel Baugh and chronicled by the poet, Mel Carriere. In this installment, Rodney and Daniel's miserly Father has sentenced the Baugh family to two weeks of hell at a resort that apparently has never been blessed with the visit of a Health Department Inspector. Teaming up with a young girl that resides at the resort, the Brothers Baugh discover that the once pristine community of Smellville and its immediate environs have been put under the curse of the evil witch Erithea. With nothing better to do to pass the time at the filthy, festering, putrid locale, the three of them join forces and undertake a long journey to discover the source of the spell and put an end to it. In so doing, they come face to face with the evil Erithea, and also find themselves rescuing a beautiful princess, a noble act which no worthy fairy tale should be without. While engaged in this endeavor, the noble brothers discover the hidden courage within themselves, and also learn how to medicate the hideous boils that arise upon their skin when they go for a swim in foul water. There is something for everyone in Smellville, including adventure, romance, and important facts about personal hygiene. It is the first part of an ongoing, six part saga that chronicles how the brothers discover the truth about their origin, and also help to save the world from an evil, insidious entity that seeks to enslave the human race.
About the author
Mel Carriere is a poet whose sole claim to fame until now is that he has never completed a single poem. His published books, "Unfinished Verse - Volumes I & II" were huge bestsellers in the Republic of Collapsistan, where Mel served as the Poet Laureate during the years 1997 to 2002. His dismissal from the post was due to a minor diplomatic incident involving alcohol. His assignment to this current project of chronicling the summer vacation of the Brothers Baugh came about when the Baugh family was unable to find anybody who would work cheaper. In spite of his current detour into the world of prose, Mel remains a poet at heart, and is currently hard at work on his latest collection of verse entitled "Unfinished Baudy Limericks," which is due to be published sometime in 2012, hopefully before the apocalypse projected by the Mayan calendar.
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