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By Dennis Abrams

ISBN-10: 0791089681

ISBN-13: 9780791089682

ISBN-10: 1438123604

ISBN-13: 9781438123608

Profiles the existence and profession of the writer Anthony Horowitz.

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Joe, of course, survives the Grannymatic Enzyme Extractor, but he must have one final confrontation with his Granny. Granny took a step nearer. Joe stood his ground . . “But you can’t hurt me any more. I know about you. And one day . ” Joe had been too kind, even now, to say what he was thinking. But now Granny said it for him. “One day I’ll be dead? ” She smiled toothlessly in the moonlight. Smoke from the ruined building curled around her legs. “Oh, yes. Even I won’t live for ever. But don’t you see, Joe, you’ll never be rid of me.

The Switch 25) 63 64 ANTHONY HOROWITZ Tad’s new mother was no better. In just a few lines, Anthony is able to draw a marvelous portrait of a thoroughly repulsive woman. Note his use of humor and iteration—in this case, a list of words beginning with the same letter, the letter “f ”. She was one of the ugliest women Tad had ever seen. For a start, she was so fat that the caravan rocked when she moved. Her legs, swatched in black stockings, were thin at the ankles but thicker than tree-trunks by the time they appeared into her massive, exploding bottom.

Her whole body was coiled up like a spring. ” (Granny 39–41) Then, through careful plotting, Granny manages to dispose of everybody in Joe’s life who could protect him. For example, his nanny, Mrs. Jinks, is falsely accused of stealing a brooch from Granny and two of Mr. Warden’s gold teeth. She then disappears after being attacked by police dogs after Granny surreptitiously sprinkles gravy mix on her coat. And, since it is summer vacation, both the cook and the butler are gone, leaving the Warden’s to cook and clean for themselves, something they are incapable of doing.

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