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  • Title: Rat Bastard
  • Author: Stephen Osborne
  • ISBN: 9781627985574
  • Page: 392
  • Format: ebook
  • Patrick Weasel Weasley is worried he s not spending enough time with his new boyfriend Tony, now that they are living and working in different towns He decides the best way to cement the relationship is to buy Tony a ring for Christmas Unfortunately, Weasel s evil stepfather a rat bastard if ever there was one has cut him off without a cent, and he is left with no otPatrick Weasel Weasley is worried he s not spending enough time with his new boyfriend Tony, now that they are living and working in different towns He decides the best way to cement the relationship is to buy Tony a ring for Christmas Unfortunately, Weasel s evil stepfather a rat bastard if ever there was one has cut him off without a cent, and he is left with no other choice He must gasp get a job Weasel wouldn t mind working at the Phantom Lady Inn if it wasn t for Tony s ex boyfriend Gates Stumpenhorst, who wants to beat the stuffing out of him, or Cicely Talbot, a writer who believes she can prove to Weasel that he s not really gay As if that wasn t enough, the deputy sheriff thinks Weasel is the local arsonist Adding to their troubles is a rud Phantom Lady haunting the inn and pilfering trinkets With all this going on, Weasel might not live to survive Christmas, much less find time to go on a date with Tony
    Rat Bastard Patrick Weasel Weasley is worried he s not spending enough time with his new boyfriend Tony now that they are living and working in different towns He decides the best way to cement the relationship

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    1. I think I may have said this this at some time or other already, but I love Stephen Osborne s books I love the way he writes I love the silly situations he gets his characters into I love the funny little one liners he comes up with Suitcase full of bowling balls springs to mind I m not sure, but I think maybe Rat Bastard is my new favorite of his As far as I m concerned there isn t enough comedy in this genre But with Osborne you can pretty much bet the farm you ll be getting some much needed c [...]

    2. I ve finished it, Noooooooooooo OK I admit, I was a teensy weeny bit apprehensive to read this book After not only falling in love with Weasel in book one, I was completely captured by the humour, so yeah often sequels don t live up to expectations Boy am I happy to report this lived up to all my hopes and dreams Weasel again is just a series of accidents waiting to happen, and happen they did Poor Weasel really can t catch a break in this non stop roller coaster ride of laughs and just a teeny [...]

    3. 2.5 starsWhen I first read the story of Weasel in Pop Goes the Weasel a couple of years ago, I was quite amused by it I thought it was an entertaining comedy of errors story with all the mischief and mayhem that Weasel got himself into.Unfortunately, it didn t work for me this time Maybe it was the wrong kind of mood that I had when I was reading this but I did feel that the story felt a little too hard It seemed that Weasel was trying to be funny in every single scene or every single paragraph [...]

    4. 2.5 starsI ve been a fan of this author s other series, the Duncan Andrews Thriller What worked for me in all of those books seems to have had a similar formula but the dial has gone towards too much of everything.The main character, Weasel, is extremely unlikable to me, and the whole book read as if some spoiled, lazy brat was talking to me about the people in his life, what he thought of them, and why things weren t fair He s got a very frenetic air to him, and the kid rambles and switches top [...]

    5. I enjoyed this one even than the first book The I read about Weasel the I love him Hopefully this is not the end of his story

    6. Chapter 1 has already raised my blood pressure, so I m not going to continue I know Weasel was an irresponsible brat, but I couldn t accept that fucking stepmonster ruling his life If it s his SINGLE mother doing all that, then it s still acceptable because she s his mom, but him Anyway, I also couldn t stand the mother, that useless woman who couldn t think for herself or her son sighs If only the mother could be like Adrien s caring, smart, and classy mother.

    7. Rat Bastard by Stephen OsborneFour starsRat Bastard is the sequel to Stephen Osborne s whimsical farce Pop Goes the Weasel I gave that book three stars which for me is good , largely because I didn t like the main character Patrick Carrington Weasley, known to his friends as Weasel I said at the end of that review that Weasel was showing signs of improvement and that I had hopes for book two.And my hopes were well founded Weasel is a college boy, a trust fund baby who has partied and slept his w [...]

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