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When the little bear arrived from darkest Colombia, it didn't know anyone in London. That was all soon to change. A chance meeting with Mr and Mrs Wood at Euston Station led to him being given a new name and a new home. Mr Wood looked like a very respectable man to the newly-named Euston. Sometimes looks can be deceiving. When the little bear arrived from darkest Colombia, it didn't know anyone in London. That was all soon to change. A chance meeting with Mr and Mrs Wood at Euston Station led to him being given a new name and a new home. Mr Wood looked like a very respectable man to the newly-named Euston. Sometimes looks can be deceiving.


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When the little bear arrived from darkest Colombia, it didn't know anyone in London. That was all soon to change. A chance meeting with Mr and Mrs Wood at Euston Station led to him being given a new name and a new home. Mr Wood looked like a very respectable man to the newly-named Euston. Sometimes looks can be deceiving. When the little bear arrived from darkest Colombia, it didn't know anyone in London. That was all soon to change. A chance meeting with Mr and Mrs Wood at Euston Station led to him being given a new name and a new home. Mr Wood looked like a very respectable man to the newly-named Euston. Sometimes looks can be deceiving.

33 review for A Bear Called Euston: The Evil Twin

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jazz

    This book is so hilarious, I mean literally I was reading it on the bus and constantly giggling to myself at the outrageousness, irony, sarcasm and humour. What an ingenious idea: a vile, rude, promiscuous, horrid little teddy bear. Not my usual type of fiction, I must admit, but it was a fun and quick read. I think it is good that it is a short story because it isn't really the type of story line that one could develop for much longer in my opinion. A little too much foul language for me (well This book is so hilarious, I mean literally I was reading it on the bus and constantly giggling to myself at the outrageousness, irony, sarcasm and humour. What an ingenious idea: a vile, rude, promiscuous, horrid little teddy bear. Not my usual type of fiction, I must admit, but it was a fun and quick read. I think it is good that it is a short story because it isn't really the type of story line that one could develop for much longer in my opinion. A little too much foul language for me (well actually the words are replaced with asterisks, but I'm a prude!). But just a total laugh, well written, I liked it! Full review available here: http://evenbutterfliesthink.blogspot....

  2. 4 out of 5

    Toby

    It's silly, it's purile, and it's offensive. Frankly it's everything you expect after looking at the cover, and personally the immature kid in me found it pleasantly amusing. Don't expect a sophisticated plot (or any real plot at all) or character development or any of the usual hallmarks of "good writing", A Bear Called Euston is about a foulmouthed, perverted, drug-smuggling bear and if that's what you're looking for then you've come to the right place. If it's not what you're looking for then It's silly, it's purile, and it's offensive. Frankly it's everything you expect after looking at the cover, and personally the immature kid in me found it pleasantly amusing. Don't expect a sophisticated plot (or any real plot at all) or character development or any of the usual hallmarks of "good writing", A Bear Called Euston is about a foulmouthed, perverted, drug-smuggling bear and if that's what you're looking for then you've come to the right place. If it's not what you're looking for then you'll be sorely disappointed! NB: The 4* was based on my enjoyment of the book, not necessarily an indicator of the "quality" of it.

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    Vikki

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    Kim

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