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The Return of Death Eric

Average rating
3.2 out of 5
Based on 12 Ratings and 6 Reviews

Book Description
What do you mean you've never heard of Death Eric? Eric Thrashmettle is only, like, the singer and lead guitarist of the most famous and influential rock band ever known. Ask your dad.
Eric has two kids: Lulubelle Flower Fairy and Living Buddha Thrashmettle. For obvious reasons, they prefer to be called Lou and Buddy. And they often find their dad very embarrassing. He hasn't performed in y... More
Book Information
PublisherWalker and Company
BindingPaperback (3 editions)
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of Pages258
ISBN-10080278951X
ISBN-13978-0802789518
Publication Date10/03/2006
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About Sam Llewellyn (Author) : Sam Llewellyn is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Sam Llewellyn include The Return of Death Eric, The Haunting of Death Eric, Desperado Da... more
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3/18/2010 Peni Griffin said: This so needs to come with a music CD. I don't need to know what "Pig Train" sounds like, but I'm curious about "Where's the Festival?" and "We are Really, Really Lost."
tags: I laughed, I read

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