Plotless, Pointless, Pathetic by Joshua Wright

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This comic novel follows the hilarious misadventures of a knight and his horse. These two inspiring characters are about to leap into another death-defying adventure. Only the noble knight, Sir Glame, and his faithful horse Bill can save the sweet land of Sausagopolis from the curse of the saucy scribblings—a curse so terrible it warps and twists the minds of kids. This graphic novel is perfect for reluctant readers; it's so fun, they won't even realize they're learning.

About Joshua Wright

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Joshua Wright is the author of Hapless, Hopeless, Horrible, the sequel to Plotless, Pointless, Pathetic.
Published June 1, 2004 by Allen & Unwin. 180 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Travel, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In a mix of cartoon panels and paragraphs liberally strewn with line drawings, the questing duo encounter a host of adversaries along the way, from motherly rival Hero Mrs. Honeychurch and her feathered sidekick Sir Quacksalot, to a space-alien cooking-show host, a literally downsized giant, and ...

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When a note from its author is found on the palace gates, announcing that a horrible curse has been placed on Sausagopolis and that it "will soon be no more," Glame and Bill are dispensed to track down the villainous author.

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