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[Download ebook] Spud-The Madness Continues. Spud-The Madness Continues John van de Ruit ebooks | Download PDF | *ePub | DOC |. (ebook) Spud - The Madness Continues from Dymocks online store. Spud's nearly 15 and although he is no longer the youngest. Spud book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. It's , and John Spud Milton's journey to manhood is still creeping alon.

If Spud thinks his second year will be a breeze, however, he is seriously mistaken. He is soon beset with women trouble, coerced into misguided late-night adventures, and finds his dreams of a famous career on the stage in tatters after landing the part of the Dove of Peace in a disastrous house play production of Noah's Ark.

Spud-The Madness Continues

Hilarious, bitter-sweet, tragic and real, join Spud as he takes another tentative step forward while all around him the madness continues This is the second book in the record-breaking Spud series and the sequel to Spud. The third title is Spud - Learning to Fly. Young Adult Fiction. Thus follows another diary recording details of crazy cubicle mates, disturbing dorm room violence, legendary tree houses, a deranged grandmother and numerous other bizarrenesses.

This year there is a whole new dormitory full of first years that are now at the bottom of the pecking order. Unfortunately, it seems that the torment from the new matrics is going to be much tougher than the previous year. After reading t Young Spud Milton returns for his second year of boarding school at Michaelhouse. However, a friend persistently lent it to me and since I was in the mood for a light read, decided to give it a try.

It turned out that I enjoyed this one much more than the first one. The humour is still dry and somewhat exaggerated, but quite sharp at times and gave me a few good laughs. Being a South African myself, I enjoy the way that the writer uses a lot of local slang, describes the current news of the time and uses the real names of places and people such as sportsmen.

May 10, Nate rated it it was amazing.

In this book, Spud, who lives in South Africa, returns to his boarding school for his second year. He is part of a gang called the crazy eight that make alot of pranks and funny jokes.

By the second year the crazy eight is the most popular dorme in the school and was the most desired room to change in to. In the second book you learn more about the crazy eight and their antics which i can relate to of the anti In this book, Spud, who lives in South Africa, returns to his boarding school for his second year.

In the second book you learn more about the crazy eight and their antics which i can relate to of the antics of me and my friends which is partly why I enjoyed the book more. I think the author's message is to have fun while your young and to not worry to much about money and the future until you are older. I think another reason I liked it was because the content of the book is stupid humour that i can relate to. Some people say the sequal isn't as good as the original but I think there is alot more emotion and interseting parts in the second one that make up for the mediocore feedback, it was a hilarious book and I could read it over 20 times, I think it is directed to teens but I reccomend it to all, Can't wait to get my hands on the third book.

Spud writes with an honest voice, but so many things he experiences seem to be impossible! There is real danger in reading this book, however: Nov 02, Ron Bajrami rated it it was amazing Shelves: The Madness Continues, is about a boy named John Milton Spud who lives in south africa, and goes to a boarding school.

He is part of a gang called the Crazy Eights, and is popular. The main character is John and he is the narator in the story. The setting is in Durban, South Africa. John's main internal conflict is him being called a spud, he wants to have puberty so he wont be called spud anymore.

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His main external is him being called spud, he sometimes gets bullied on, and he gets emot Spud: His main external is him being called spud, he sometimes gets bullied on, and he gets emotional.

During this book I made a text-to-self connection. When John wants to get puberty, reminds me of my process of puberty.

It made me more of a man, and now that I'm 13, I finally a man. John has gotten the process of puberty and he is awaiting to stop the process of puberty. There is alot of plot in the book, and alot of setting. I would reccomand this book to anyone who wants to read a book about laughter and plot. Jul 01, Travispug rated it really liked it. Read this one even faster than the first. Spud is growing up after all and life only gets a little more hectic as you grow up. Love, friendship, identity all become more important here.

The crazy eight are back in full blast here with more chaotic mischief and off-kilter camaraderie. Now that you got to know them in the first book you're now eagerly reading on to see what mindless shenanigans they come up Read this one even faster than the first. Now that you got to know them in the first book you're now eagerly reading on to see what mindless shenanigans they come up with next some involving a new group of first years who fail to rival their peers.

My favorite serious moment: Sparerib after a small bout of tears: It's a nice bit: Sep 21, Fluffy rated it really liked it Shelves: The madness really does continue!

This book flows straight from the last, not missing a beat. In this one we really get a feel for Spud struggling to identify himself in this madhouse of judgement and expectations.

He really is a young boy trying to fit in but be true to himself.

We get a great look at his struggles throughout this changing time of his life. I love the casual use of language that is appropriate to the time and age group and also how it sometimes falls in gradually as he picks it u The madness really does continue!

I love the casual use of language that is appropriate to the time and age group and also how it sometimes falls in gradually as he picks it up in his life or he throws them in for emphasis.

The diary writing style is done so effectively and smoothly, there is no struggle with the flow of story. This book was a bit less of an emotional roller coaster but they can't always be not every book should be GOT! It still has it's rises and falls all sprinkled with a healthy dose of madness! Onto the next one and I'm eager to see where life takes our ambitious, yet timid, protagonist!

That's just me though. Sometimes a good book that revolves around a limited group of characters and plot premise should rest on its laurels, rather than spawn sequels. Such was my reaction to this sequel to the refreshingly entertaining "Spud", which I enjoyed immensely as I did the movie.

I therefore had a high expectation, but disappointingly, I found it to be just a recycling of the same jokes. In fact, I found the whole book structured like a series of unoriginal skits that became a little repetitive and tedious Sometimes a good book that revolves around a limited group of characters and plot premise should rest on its laurels, rather than spawn sequels. In fact, I found the whole book structured like a series of unoriginal skits that became a little repetitive and tedious.

I wanted to like it more I have the next two books in the series on my "to read" shelf and will certainly still read them. I can see why there are so many positive reviews here. Aug 04, Gilbert Patten-Elliott rated it it was amazing. I decided to read this book because I loved the first one in the series. This book completes the "Diary, autobiography or biography" category on my bingo board It's a diary.

This book was just as funny, interesting and superbly written as the first with just a few slightly boring parts. It's great because there is so much stuff going on in Spud's life which makes the book so funny. The only problem were that it was very similar to the first book which made it slightly boring in some parts. It was s I decided to read this book because I loved the first one in the series.

It was still hilarious though because no matter how many times you read some of the stuff in this book you will still LOL. I would recommend this book to kids 12 and up who have read the first book. Oct 10, Sandra Visser rated it liked it. An entertaining, compulsive, uncomplicated read with many laugh-out moments. The first book was quite scattershot and Van de Ruit succeeds in creating a more cohesive narrative this time around.

Spud's miraculous success with the ladies is still a little hard to swallow, but all his other mishaps and bad luck make him a character to sympathise with. And his naivety and need to be a good person endears him to the reader.

There's more cameraderie and less nastiness among the Crazy Eight but Gecko' An entertaining, compulsive, uncomplicated read with many laugh-out moments. There's more cameraderie and less nastiness among the Crazy Eight but Gecko's presence is sorely missed and you feel for Spud because he doesn't have a true friend. Vern and Roger steal the show, but the story ends on a bum note, as if Van de Ruit isn't quite sure how to balance the humour with more sobering moments.

The Madness Continues is virtually an extension of the first book, the tone largely unchanged, but unlike the first book where the atmosphere looms dark at the end, TMC is a darker sequel, much darker than the first one. There were other things to keep you entertained, like the trip to Eng The Madness Continues is virtually an extension of the first book, the tone largely unchanged, but unlike the first book where the atmosphere looms dark at the end, TMC is a darker sequel, much darker than the first one.

I would like to keep my review for this as short as possible.

Apr 15, Shehleen Rasul rated it really liked it. I adored the fact that the gang kept the name The Crazy Eight, despite the Gecko situation. I am not sure if this book was better than the first or not.

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I also loved how Gecko was mentioned time and time again, it was adorable. But as always Eve was immensely annoying. All in all, it is a lovely book and totally worth the read.

May 04, Jodi rated it it was amazing. By far one of my favourite books I got this book for my 17th birthday i really did not expect to enjoy it because it's about a teenage boy whose balls haven't dropped, but next thing I know I'm crying!

One of the best birthday presents I've gotten, my favourite out of all the spud books.

My book is looking worse for wear on my book shelf because I've r By far one of my favourite books My book is looking worse for wear on my book shelf because I've read it so many times and will always read it when I need a pick me up, or just when I need some extra craziness in my life. The Rise of Nine. Queen of Shadows. Sarah J. Odin's Ravens. The One. Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book Two: The Sea of Monsters. Glass Sword. Victoria Aveyard.

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Spud is soon plagued with women trouble, coerced into expulsion-worthy adventures, and frustrated to find his dreams of fame in tatters after landing the part of the Dove of Peace in a disastrous production of Noah? The Fate of Ten.

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