Middle School: Escape to Australia Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-10-12 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

"Let's face it: Rafe Khatchadorian's track record has not been exactly stellar when it comes to staying out of trouble in school. The principal knows him and knows him well. But, when an art contest pops up and has a mighty fine prize attached to it, Rafe knows it is right up his alley. After all, he is a talented artist.

He enters, he wins, he is on his way to an all-expense paid trip to Australia! It can't get any better than this, right? Well, this is Rafe we are talking about, and of course it can. His mother (yikes!) is going to tag along with him and upon arriving in the land down under, he is met with some beach-bum bullies. And...of course, he is staying with them. Yikes, again!

Middle School: Escape to Australia is full of laugh-out-loud antics and dialogue. A quick, easy read to keep even the most reluctant reader engaged. Rafe is a lovable loser who just seems to have trouble follow him wherever he goes.
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" Hilarious this book was so fun I had a hard time putting it down. " said.

" A nice addition to the Middle School series. It was a fun quick read, but not as good in my opinion as the previous ones. " said.

" Middle grade readers will love the snark and humor written just for them. " said.

" I kind the premise of the book a little unlikely. However, almost every middle school has a similar plotline. I wish James Patterson would change things up a bit. Also, this book is Ausie-ist. Though i lived the 'drop bears' " said.

" This is the exact same book as Race's Australian Misadventure under a different title.There are a lot of antics but the premise is even more unbelievable then most of the books in the series. There is also a lot of bullying going on by adults was well was the kids. " said.

" characters: mom dad little brother this weird ghost guy.setting: Australia and their school and his home.i like this book they most interesting part of this book is when their gym teacher came up to them n a chicken suit in Australia when it was hailing and his whole car got destroyed. i am giving this book a 8because it was kinda all over the place through out the book or it would a 10. i recommend this book if you like the ifunny book. " said.

"There seems to be a lot of bullying going on in this book, which kind of disappointed me. Yes, it made for some crazy, entertaining moments, but it made me a little uneasy, as I was reading this aloud with my kids.

Rafe wins an art competition and gets a trip to Australia to showcase his work in an exchange of sorts. The host family is horrendous, as are their friends. You'd think for a program such as this, they'd try to be kind and civil. Rafe takes matters into his own hands to exact revenge and once again finds himself in hot water, planning and carrying out insane plans without really thinking about the consequences.

It was fun to read about his adventures in a new setting, but this one isn't my favorite of the series.
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