January 17, 2011

The Phantom Tollbooth

In the book that took figure of speeches and turned them into real life realties. Besides doing that; Norton Juster writes a funny, but sort of dull novel.
This book follows Milo a boy who is always wants to be somewhere but when he gets there he wants to go somewhere else. At home and bored a strange package arrives that transports him to another world where everything is upside down [not literary]. He gets appointed on a quest to save two princesses Rhyme and Reason. Will he succeed?

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