Toonopolis (Toonopolis Files, #1)



Toonopolis (Toonopolis Files, #1) Toonopolis Is A Cartoon City That Is Home To The Thoughts And Ideas Of All Sentient Beings In The Universe As The Center Of The Tooniverse, It Acts As An Other Worldly Rest Stop For These Creations Gemini Is A Teenage Human Boy Who Is Thrust Into Toonopolis Through His Father S Scientific Research Program He Loses Part Of Himself In The Process And Immediately Begins A Quest To Regain His Lost Memories With The Help Of His Tooniverse Guide Named Jimbob The Talking Eggplant After An Altercation With A Mysterious Shadowy Figure, Gemini S Mission Is Changed, And He Begins A New Quest To Defeat Shadowy Figure And Protect Toonopolis From His Nefarious Destruction Along The Way, He Meets New Friends, Discovers Just How Diverse And Strange Toonopolis Is, And Learns Lessons About Compassion, Forgiveness, Redemption, And Being True To Oneself.

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  • Paperback
  • 314 pages
  • Toonopolis (Toonopolis Files, #1)
  • Jeremy Rodden
  • English
  • 16 November 2018
  • 0983425396

10 thoughts on “Toonopolis (Toonopolis Files, #1)

  1. Heather Hayden says:

    This book is hilarious While not a genre I typically read, I ll be snagging the sequel when it arrives and it better arrive, because this one left plenty of openings for a sequel There are so many jokes, puns, and ironic statements throughout the story, between a collection of characters you d normally never see together on the same page, much less working together My favorite characters are Wan Wan because he s adorable , and Gemini, because of his almost endless enthusiasm as he dives he This book is hilarious While not a genre I typically read, I ll be snagging the sequel when it arrives and it better a...

  2. Martha Rodriguez says:

    In the first line of the acknowledgements page of Toonopolis Gemini author Jeremy Rodden thanks his family and especially his mother I would also like to thank Jeremy s mother I have a feeling she s a pretty cool lady I think she probably let Jeremy watch cartoons and movies, let him play video games, and encouraged him to read anything he could ...

  3. Andrea Baker says:

    Wonderful read if you like cartoon worlds Irony is spot on.

  4. Nicole (TheBookWormDrinketh) says:

    4.5 out of 5 StarsThis is a book for all ages It almost reminded me of the old Bugs Bunny cartoons where, as a child they were silly and fun, and as an adult you looked back and thought how did I not notice all of these references and double entendres You may not get all of the jokes and pop culture references at certain ages, but it s an amazing story anyways Jacob Grenk is the only one who can be used for an experiment by The Agency and sent into Toonopolis to do their bidding Only 4.5 out of 5 StarsThis is a book for all ages It almost reminded me of the old Bugs Bunny cartoons where, as a child they were silly and fun, and as an adult you looked back and thought how did I not notice all of these references and double entendres You may not get all of the jokes and pop culture references at certain ages, but it s an amazing story anyways Jacob Grenk is the only one who can be used for an experiment by The Agency and sent into Toonopolis to do their bidding Only one catch, when Jacob enters Toonopolis he has lost his memory and has no idea who he is, or why he is there.Taking on the name Gemini the only thing he can remember, he sets off with his trusty guide, Jimbob the Talking Eggplant, to find his memories and to get home.I started this novel immediately getting feelings of Alice Through the Looking Glass , Wizard of Oz , Who Framed Roger Rabbit and Cool World Funny enough, I quickly realised that I w...

  5. Rebecca says:

    I ve had this for a while and have been meaning to read it for such a long time and then the other day I just decided to read it because I was looking for something funny Needless to say there were quite a few funny parts in the book.There are so many funny references in this book that it was so awesome If you watch older cartoons then you will notice a lot of these I thought it was really fun going through and spotting the different references.The story line was really interesting and it was I ve had this for a while and have been meaning to read it for such a long time and then the other day I just decided to read it because I was looking for something funny Needless to say there were quite a few funny parts in the book.There are so many funny references in this book that it was so awesome If you watch older cartoons then you will notice a lot of these I thought it was really fun going through and spotting the different references.The story line was really interesting and it was nice and simple which is good because I wasn t really in the mood for something with a heavy story line I just found it really entertaining which was great.The main character Gemini, was interesting It s always interesting to read a book from a male point of view He was also...

  6. Steve Thomas says:

    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway Toonopolis Gemini follows the adventures of Gemini, a fairly nondescript boy in bright fuchsia pants from our world who has been sucked into a land of imagination via a shady government experiment Toonopolis is the land of cartoons, where it s always Saturday morning and characters imagined by...

  7. Jenna says:

    It was an enormous privilege to read the first in a fantasy YA series by Jeremy Rodden, an impressively creative individual who has created a toon world where it s always Saturday morning.How can you not like a book with a talking Toonopolis guide named Jimbob the Eggplant He has hands that appear whenever he needs them Reminds me of Veggie Tales, but Jimbob s ...

  8. Pavarti Tyler says:

    Disclaimer I received this book in exchange for a fair and honest review I have since given it to my 9 year old daughter who has read it 3 times and refuses to give it back Someday, if I m permitted, I will read it myself Until then, here is the Book Report Ninja did for her Third Grade Final Project.Book Report on Toonopolis by Jeremy Rodden Ninja Tyler 3rd GradeThe title is Toonopolis Gemini The author is Jeremy Rodden The setting takes place in the Tooniverse The Tooniverse is a wor Disclaimer I received this book in exchange for a fair and honest review I have since given it to my 9 year old daughter who has read it 3 times and refuses to give it back Someday, if I m permitted, I will read it myself Until then, here is the Book Report Ninja did for her Third Grade Final Project.Book Report on Toonopolis by Jeremy Rodden Ninja Tyler 3rd GradeThe title is Toonopolis Gemini The author is Jeremy Rodden The setting takes place in the Tooniverse The Tooniverse is a world full of cartoons on a big planet that Gemini got sent to It is very crazy and chaotic I don t know when the story took...

  9. Jen says:

    It has the fantastical quirkiness of Alice in Wonderland, the uniqueness of Willy Wonka, the magic of Never Never Land, along with a sprinkle of the darkness gothic wonder from Tim Burton and the other worldness of Neil Gaiman s Coraline, and then some But at the same time it is an unparalled universe, or parallel universe make that, Tooniverse that is all its own.You want to know what is going on with this character as he wakes up and finds himself in this new alternate reality, feeling quite It has the fantastical quirkiness of Alice in Wonderland, the uniqueness of Willy Wonka, the magic of Never Never Land, along with a sprinkle of the darkness gothic wonder from Tim Burton and the other worldness of Neil Gaiman s Coraline, and then some But at the same time it is an unparalled universe, or parallel universe make that, Tooniverse that is all its own.You want to know what is going on with this character as he wakes up and finds himself in this new alternate reality, feeling quite disoriented and a bit like he f...

  10. Matt Posner says:

    I received Toonopolis Gemini as a review copy after meeting the author in social media.My initial concern in reading a novel set in a cartoon universe was that it would try very hard to be funny, fail, and just wind up being embarrassing for the author Thankfully, that problem did not occur in Toonopolis Gemini I laughed out loud many times This was partly because of genuinely cartoon like situations and visual images, but mostly because of constantly surprising popular culture references I received Toonopolis Gemini as a review copy after meeting the author in social media.My initial concern in reading a novel set in a cartoon universe was that it would try very hard to be funny, fail, and just wind up being embarrassing for the author Thankfully, that problem did not occur in Toonopolis Gemini I laughed out loud many times This was partly because of genuinely cartoon like situations and visual images, but mostly because of constantly surprising popular culture references The book is a paradise for someone like me who has consumed a lot of comic books, cartoons, and sci fi and fantasy movies over the years Author Jeremy Rodden surprised me ma...

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