Mark Griffiths Books

Reviews

Review on Toddler Things

The Burp That Saved The World  

The book tells the story of the Mustard twins, who are ordered to leave their home town because the other residents are fed up with them burping all the time...

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Review on Being A Mummy

The Burp That Saved The World  

The mustard boys are two boys who get into trouble for burping all the time, then aliens invade, it could be a disaster. The boys have a solution- their burps....

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Review on Wondrous Reads

The Impossible Boy  

The Impossible Boy is the second book in the Geek Inc. series by Mark Griffiths. So far it's the only one I've read, but I enjoyed it so much that...

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Review on The Bookbag

The Burp That Saved The World  

Have you heard of the world-famous burping twins? They could stun a rhino, fell a tree and even shatter glass with their burps! They took their fearsome burps with them...

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Review on The Bookbag

The Impossible Boy  

Weird things happen in Blue Hills High School and the surrounding area. Not just the typical behaviour of teachers driven demented by their pupils, or the secret ingredient we all...

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Review in The Guardian

The Impossible Boy  

The Impossible Boy by Mark Griffiths is an exhilarating and stimulating thrill-ride which takes you on a trail of mysterious happenings involving the fourth dimension. Geek Inc. are on a...

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Review on The Book Zone

Geek Inc.: Technoslime Terror  

This is the third book I have read by Mark Griffiths this year, and he is fast proving himself to be a master of writing crazy, off-the-wall science fiction stories...

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Review on The Bookbag

Geek Inc.: Technoslime Terror  

A boy wakes up in a grassy field and discovers that his trousers are on fire, though fortunately it doesn't hurt a bit. A lonely girl wonders why a fully...

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Review on Book Walrus

Geek Inc.: Technoslime Terror  

Star rating: * * * * 4 out of 5 Kids need silly. Children’s lives, nowadays, seem to be stuffed with activities, schedules, homework, schedules, performances, more schedules. Even the...

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Review on The Bookbag

Space Lizards Ate My Sister!  

On a school trip to an observatory, a scientist is being very stupid and silly in trying to impress the class of visitors about his work, which is very ironic...

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Review on Downsend School web site

Space Lizards Ate My Sister!  

Admiral Skink was once a fearsome warlord, ruler of the space lizards.  After a less than successful mission to conquer the earth, he is now trapped in the body of...

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Review on Parents In Touch

The second hilarious book in the Space Lizards series lives up to the promise of the first. If Asteroid Peach reaches Earth, Earth will be destroyed. Is space lizard Admiral...

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Review on Books For Keeps

Space Lizards Ate My Sister!  

Lance and Tori have already saved the world once from the evil space lizard, Admiral Skink, but this time things are much worse. An asteroid is heading towards Earth and...

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Review on Uncanny UK

Space Lizards Stole My Brain!  

‘Space Lizards Stole My Brain’ is a hugely entertaining sci-fi romp for kids. It features a tyrannical cold-hearted (and cold-blooded) warrior lizard called Admiral Skink whose spaceship gets blown up...

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Review on Wondrous Reads

Space Lizards Stole My Brain!  

Space Lizards Stole My Brain! is a great addition to younger children's fiction - it's bonkers! It's a book that would make a brilliant children's TV show (animated, of course)...

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Review on The Book Zone

Space Lizards Stole My Brain!  

I first heard about this book through my sister who, knowing the author through her work as a voiceover artist, asked me if I had heard about it. A quick...

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Guardian web site review by ‘Spartacus’

Space Lizards Stole My Brain!  

This is a review of Space Lizards Stole my Brain by Mark Griffiths. This book is about a schoolboy, Lance Spratley, and a evil lizard warlord called Admiral Skink. He...

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Review in Financial Times by James Lovegrove

Space Lizards Stole My Brain!  

In Mark Griffiths’s very funny debut novel, young Lance Spratley’s brain is replaced by the consciousness of Admiral Skink, cruel reptilian overlord of the Swerdlixian Lizard Swarm. The body of...

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