Review: Chewy Noh and the Fall of the Mu-Dang by Tim Learn

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Chewy Noh and the Fall of the Mu-Dang by Tim Learn
Published: September 08, 2014
386 pages 
Source/Edition: Provided by author in exchange for an honest review, eBook
Summary provided by Goodreads: 

Chewy Noh has problems. He was born with them. Two weeks after his birth, the family fortune-teller saw bad things in his future…and she was right. The school bully hates him and will stop at nothing to get rid of him. His mother suddenly can’t get out of bed, complaining of horrible headaches. And worst of all, the secret his grandmother is hiding may be at the root of it all. But why should he worry? He’s a superhero with a power no one’s ever seen before!

My Review: 

This book has been a surprise. If I was younger, it would definitely be a solid 4 but right now, for me, it was a 3.5 — so I rounded…

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Chewy Noh and the Fall of the Mu-dang – (wookie sound)

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3 of 5 Not-Much-Of-A-Wookie Stars – Chewy Noh and the Fall of the Mu-dang by Tim Learn.

This book reminds me too much of school. I fucking hated school. All that reading and writing, and paying attention in class… Fuck that shit. I’ve got better things to do, goddamnit.

Chewy – what a silly fucking name. At first, I thought maybe the author wasn’t aware of the most famous ‘Chewy’. But then a bully in this story made the comment “So your mother named you after a Wookie? Nice.”

But this Chewy is nothing like a Wookie. He’s a tiny little grade school weakling. He’s like a foot shorter than everyone. Not because he’s Korean. No, that’s got nothing to do with it. He was just born to be a fucking pussy boy.

But at least there’s a tradeoff. Sure, he’s frail and weak, but at least he’s got superpowers…

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Kindle Scout

I've decided to try my chances at Amazon's new Kindle Scout. I've entered my book, 'Chewy Noh and the Phantasm of Winter.' A link is below.

Turtle Man Project

For this break, I hope to fix the beginning of the story I started last winter break. It needs to be updated and naturalized--in other words, the dialog is a bit clunky and I need to raise the stacks faster. Another full edit might be needed, but the end part too, needs updating and refining. … Continue reading Turtle Man Project