SUMMARY Û Voss By David Ives

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Ing into the rundown Slobovian section of town Voss soon finds his first job by opening the door for debutante Tiffany McBloomingdale an unheard of act of politeness rescues his father from a sinister hospital and even gets the girl of his dreams though n. What a hilarious and silly book Voss is an illegal immigrant from Slobovia He hitched a ride to America in a crate of imitation Cheesy poofs This book was completely different strange and surprising I had to keep reading to find out what the heck would happen next I enjoyed Voss's accent and strange spelling of American words This reminded me of a adult version of Winchell Mink by Steve YoungGreat book for someone looking for something different

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Voss By David IvOt the one he expectsThrough Vosss comically broken English readers will find a remarkably fresh view of America Brimming with pointed satire a healthy dose of action and a one of a kind narrator Vosss crazy adventures are sure to leave a lasting impressi. Amazing funny people just automatically want to read it

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SUMMARY Û Voss By David Ives Ù ☆ Voss PDF / Epub ✩ Author David Ives – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk In a series of letters home to his friend Meero Vospop Vsklzwczdztwczky Voss for short tells the hilarious story of how he smuggles himself to America in a crate of black market cheese puffs with his In a series of letters home to his friendIn a series of letters home to his friend Meero Vospop Vsklzwczdztwczky Voss for short tells the hilarious story of how he smuggles himself to America in a crate of black market cheese puffs with his gloomy father Bogdown and his nutty uncle Shpoont Settl. This is a wild and zany book Unlike books you have probably read in the past mostly Voss and his family and friends all illegal immigrants are charming through and through His experiences are recounted through letters ladders back home to his best friend It has a lot of humor But a good amount of heart as well This is one of those books where you could open it to practically any page and soon be drawn into it It's funny It's fast paced It's unusual But I like it I than like it in fact I love itHere's one of my favorite passagesShe stomped back and forth up and down the street making great noise in her Slobovian shoes Indeed Leena's feet stamped out the rhythm of our ancient Slobovian love ballad Angry Woman Stupid Man This is the song with the chorus You're in the soup you're in the soup she's waving her iron spoon you're in the soup and drowning Listening to the sound of her shoes I felt like what Americans call a heel 55The book earned a starred review in Publisher's Weekly