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Plugged author Eoin Colfer free read Á 106 Was murdered in the parking lot behind the club And Zeb the dubious plastic surgeon who implanted McEvoy's hair plugs has disappeared In no time at all McEvoy's got half the. When I was a Middle School literature teacher I petitioned my Principal to change up the normal reading schedule ditching Red Badge of Courage and bringing in a new series I found at the Scholastic warehouse Artemis Fowl My kids and I were in love from page one so I ve been a fan of Eoin Colfer for years This book is not Artemis Fowl This book is piss vinegar and vulgarity wrapped in laugh out loud funny PluggedBy Eoin ColferRead by John KeatingOverlook Hardcover AudioGOSeptember 2011Daniel McEvoy is a doorman at a zero star nightclub Slotz in New Jersey Born in Ireland raised in the Army fighting in Lebanon he is one tough bouncer When his wanna be girl Connie is found in the ally behind the club shot dead between the eyes Daniel gets busy looking for the killer Coincidentally or not Daniel earlier in the day had to kill a local mobster s heavy at his doctor s office on the way to getting hair implants Yes Plugged refers to Daniel s hair implants It s that kind of bookDaniel struggles to find Connie s killer avoid the local mobster s ire and save the lives of those around him who couldn t care less for him His Doctor Zeb starts haunting Daniel s thoughts in seemingly unhelpful ways A detective tries to kill her partner and ends up shot herself A local criminal lawyer needs his product picked up from local steroid dealers All Daniel needs to do is find a way to live save the lives of all those who can t help themselves find Zeb alive if possible and avoid jail No big dealWhile you may read the uote on the cover If you loved Artemis FowlIt s time to grow up you may be tempted not to take it seriously You should Because this book is way way different Sure Colfer s humor and sarcasm is a huge part of this book but what was unexpected was the vulgar language and topics This isn t noir so much as Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels on crack and reuired to curse at least twice a sentence Consider how Daniel is introduced he and his fellow bouncer are spending time determining if females they can see have implants then Daniel is taken to an altercation that happens between previously mentioned criminal lawyer who has just licked the bottom of one of the hostesses at Slotz It only get s raunchy from there There aren t any graphic descriptions of sexuality or murder as the goal of this book seems to be raunchy comedy instead of shock violence F bombs and drop like frogs from the sky at an Egyptian apocalypse ominous and unwelcome And funny this book is Very funny I can t remember the last time I laughed out loud so often Unfortunately I also can t remember the last time I cringed so often reading a book eitherColfer s first adult book seems to be compensating for his teen and children s novels and what he doesn t realize is that he doesn t need to His children s books are genius and he doesn t have to prove anything If Colfer intends to write books like this one going forward then I ll remember his previous books fondly and avoid his future work A note about the audio book John Keating did a great job with accents and voice acting It is so rare to get a good Irish accent but this one was right on Characters are well developed vocally The audio book was actually entertaining than reading the text Published at BookGatewaycom Proven Strategies That Really Work for Teaching Gifted and Advanced Learners up the normal reading schedule ditching Red Badge of Courage and bringing in a new series I found at the Scholastic warehouse Artemis Fowl My kids and I were in love from page one so I ve been a fan of Eoin Colfer for years This book is not Artemis Fowl This book is piss vinegar and vulgarity wrapped in laugh out loud funny PluggedBy Eoin ColferRead by John KeatingOverlook Hardcover AudioGOSeptember 2011Daniel McEvoy is a doorman at a zero star nightclub Slotz in New Jersey Born in Ireland raised in the Army fighting in Lebanon he is one tough bouncer When his wanna be girl Connie is found in the ally behind the club shot dead between the eyes Daniel gets busy looking for the killer Coincidentally or not Daniel earlier in the day had to kill a local mobster s heavy at his doctor s office on the way to getting hair implants Yes Plugged refers to Daniel s hair implants It s that kind of bookDaniel struggles to find Connie s killer avoid the local mobster s ire and save the lives of those around him who couldn t care less for him His Doctor Zeb starts haunting Daniel s thoughts in seemingly Valente para o que Der e Vier unhelpful ways A detective tries to kill her partner and ends Pedagog up shot herself A local criminal lawyer needs his product picked Nederland in ideeen up from local steroid dealers All Daniel needs to do is find a way to live save the lives of all those who can t help themselves find Zeb alive if possible and avoid jail No big dealWhile you may read the As the World Ends PART 6 uote on the cover If you loved Artemis FowlIt s time to grow Point Click Love up you may be tempted not to take it seriously You should Because this book is way way different Sure Colfer s humor and sarcasm is a huge part of this book but what was Run unexpected was the vulgar language and topics This isn t noir so much as Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels on crack and reuired to curse at least twice a sentence Consider how Daniel is introduced he and his fellow bouncer are spending time determining if females they can see have implants then Daniel is taken to an altercation that happens between previously mentioned criminal lawyer who has just licked the bottom of one of the hostesses at Slotz It only get s raunchy from there There aren t any graphic descriptions of sexuality or murder as the goal of this book seems to be raunchy comedy instead of shock violence F bombs and drop like frogs from the sky at an Egyptian apocalypse ominous and Cleopatra unwelcome And funny this book is Very funny I can t remember the last time I laughed out loud so often Unfortunately I also can t remember the last time I cringed so often reading a book eitherColfer s first adult book seems to be compensating for his teen and children s novels and what he doesn t realize is that he doesn t need to His children s books are genius and he doesn t have to prove anything If Colfer intends to write books like this one going forward then I ll remember his previous books fondly and avoid his future work A note about the audio book John Keating did a great job with accents and voice acting It is so rare to get a good Irish accent but this one was right on Characters are well developed vocally The audio book was actually entertaining than reading the text Published at BookGatewaycom

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Plugged author Eoin Colfer free read Á 106 New Jersey mob dirty cops and his man crazy upstairs neighbor after him Bullets are flying everyone's on the take and McEvoy still doesn't have a clue about what's happening. I really did not know what to expect from this one I saw an ad for Screwed in my copy of Viva La Madness decided to reuest both Plugged Screwed from my local library I liked that it was a uick read especially due to the dialogue that many mention The plot was fast moving easy to follow I just never connected with the protagonist to the point that I really felt invested in the outcome On to Screwed

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Plugged author Eoin Colfer free read Á 106 Daniel McEvoy is a scarred ex Irish Army sergeant who is now the bouncer at Slotz a seedy small time casino and he has a problem His favorite hostess and love interest Connie. A breezy fast read without a single 50 cent word in the book I would almost say this is a hard boiled noir certainly Colfer amasses a respectable body count but despite Colfer s best efforts he is a nice guy and he had a hard time really convincing me that anything truly horrible was ever going to happen For me the strength in the book was in the characterizations Daniel McEvoy is likable and certainly capable He does get himself out of some seemingly impossible ways with a combination of brute strength ingenuity and luck Zeb KronskiGhost Zeb is one of those guys that is always living on the edges of society providing those services for people looking for assistance at a discount that may or may not be exactly legal One of those guys you want to know but never want to acknowledge you know Detective Deacon is an over the top police detective of proportions and mind She is the other half of the euation in the one true sexual situation in the book though Colfer steps aside from actually describing anything but the sketchiest details about the event He does bashfully apologize afterwards for not giving us titillation Sofia Delano may be the most interesting sub character She lives upstairs from Daniel and entertains herself by yelling rude comments through the floor to McEvoy He ends up endearing himself to her by fixing her window and suddenly he is manifested in her mind as her husband Carmine He finds himself strangely attracted to her Aren t we all from time to time attracted to crazy women Though he does engage in a bit of heavy petting with Mrs Delano McEvoy avoids actually taking advantage of her Another point were Colfer goes up to the line but doesn t really score the points for a hard boiled novel I guess my conclusion is that this is really a soft boiled novel masuerading as a hard boiled novel Yes there is some language mostly in an Irish accent so endearing than truly unseemly The body count climbs as the book progresses but comes no where near Red Harvest There is graphic violence but not described in gruesome detail There is cleverness some humor and some deftly placed twists to the plot I vacillated between three and four stars and decided to give the push to four because ultimately I had a good time reading it