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Horry Patter and the Philologer’s Stone by fawnmod

Horry Patter was a boy who lived under the stairs in a cupboard, and had no friends. One day, a giant man appeared and changed everything. Features: Science! Math! Thought experiments! An emotionally compromised boy named Horry! Time travel! Philosophy! Magick! Physics! Magickal Physics! Misspellings of familiar characters! Correct spellings of unfamiliar characters! Secret puzzles that no one has . . .

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Elevenses: The Daring Exploits of Secret Agents 1111 and 711 by A Lady and A Gentleman

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Two secret agents. One fedora-wearing sidekick. A spectre. A fat but wise and creepily all-knowing chipmunk. Candy Land. These are just a few of the unpleasant delights awaiting you . . . . Elevenses is an adventure, a quest, a comedy, and a parodic stew. It is a collaboration between two writers whose identities must remain anonymous, for security reasons. Here you will . . .

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The Awesome Adventures of Max Power by Wayne Basta

Max Power, secret agent, Nobel Laureate, private eye, is a big damn hero. All the chicks dig him. But when Femfa Tall, a rising starlet with a big problem, comes to him for help, he finds himself up against his arch-nemesis the evil Doctor Guy . . . again. No worries—ninjas, time travel, rebels with their own flags, robots, evil clones, Double Entendre, . . .

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The Plot to End All Plots by Craig Borysowich & Kevin Amery

Follow a tour-de-force satire that contains a cast of thousands in this modern day portrayal of a world gone slightly mad when the physics of time and space start to come apart.

Enter the modern day world as it suffers from a few physics glitches in time and space that are starting to spiral out of control and threaten to collapse the universe. Even the authors themselves get caught up with the characters in a mayhem of satire and the forces of Good, Evil and the somewhat neutral but no quite fence . . .

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Spy Romp

By Linda Schoales, editor

May 30, 2009: “Elevenses” is a fluffy, silly romp about the adventures of two spies named Agents 1111 (double eleven) and 711 (seven eleven). They’re just “sitting on the dock of the bay, wasting time” when they spot a suspicious-looking boat, and a suspicious-looking crop-duster which is flying towards them. They quickly dive into the water to escape being dusted and swim for the boat. Once they reach the boat, things get really complicated.

Another reviewer compared this to a cross between “Get Smart” [more . . .]

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By G.S. Williams, author of No Man An Island

Apr 12, 2009: When I was young(er than I am now) I found myself a fan of the cartoons "Tiny Toons" and "The Animaniacs." They would constantly riff on popular movies, like "Star Wars," "Indiana Jones," and even "Apocalypse Now" while doing inane jokes and insane pranks. As I got old(er than I was then) I still watched with my younger siblings, and started getting the adult references inside the jokes.

Well, "Elevenses" feels like an "Animaniacs" episode. Only, instead of Yakko, Wakko and [more . . .]

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