My Brother Too Too (English)

My Brother Too Too (English)

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Synopsis

In the third set of adventures, one or another of the friends is central and the others get embroiled. For example, Siril the ant falls in love or appears to fall in love, and they all find themselves setting off on a voyage to one of the moons of Jupiter. Or Beautiful Ele the Beautiful Elephant decides that she is going to turn into a rational elephant, but then finds that she and the others have to do some very peculiar things in order to help that most rational of creatures, Mistress i, who was born in a computer. There's also an adventure in which Monkeyji comes to the fore as she wields her mental powers with the skill and panache of a true hero. Gardy gets into difficulties when a distant relative asks him to help deal with a problem without realising that he is the problem, or at least a part of it. Questions arise. Is being rational always good? Are impossible friendships sometimes possible? If a word disappears, does that mean that for all practical purposes, the thing itself also disappears? What is seeing clearly about? – Guessing the future, seeing how things are or seeing how they should be? If you like to mix your admiration with an occasional smile, then these heroic deeds will entertain you.

Book Title My Brother Too Too (English)
Type General Fiction

In the third set of adventures, one or another of the friends is central and the others get embroiled. For example, Siril the ant falls in love or appears to fall in love, and they all find themselves setting off on a voyage to one of the moons of Jupiter. Or Beautiful Ele the Beautiful Elephant decides that she is going to turn into a rational elephant, but then finds that she and the others have to do some very peculiar things in order to help that most rational of creatures, Mistress i, who was born in a computer. There's also an adventure in which Monkeyji comes to the fore as she wields her mental powers with the skill and panache of a true hero. Gardy gets into difficulties when a distant relative asks him to help deal with a problem without realising that he is the problem, or at least a part of it. Questions arise. Is being rational always good? Are impossible friendships sometimes possible? If a word disappears, does that mean that for all practical purposes, the thing itself also disappears? What is seeing clearly about? – Guessing the future, seeing how things are or seeing how they should be? If you like to mix your admiration with an occasional smile, then these heroic deeds will entertain you.

Proiti Roy