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Barry Trotter and the unauthorized parody

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        StatementSimon & Schuster
        PublishersSimon & Schuster
        LC Classifications2002
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 78 p. :
        Number of Pages43
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100743244281
        The trouble with Muddles -- The butcher of Hogwash -- Mr. Barrys wild ride -- A visit with the headmaster -- The right snuff -- The Pinewood peckerwood -- In the belly of the beast -- For some reason, dogs figure prominently in this story -- The prisoner of Aztalan -- Fantastic! -- Charlie and the mildew-infested used bookstore -- The great escape -- A breaking windfall -- All a-bored -- Nightmares can be extremely instructive (especially in cheesy books like this one) -- Relax, its later than you think -- Yes, adulthood stinks, but consider the alternative.

        Parody of J.K. Rowlings Harry Potter series. File Size: 1MB.

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It was like he was drowning in his own self-loathing, and had to reroute the book to distract from his own mania. The sketch comedy group "Divine Comedy" from has done multiple spoofs, most notably "Hillary Potter", "Harry Potter and the One Where Dumbledore Dies", and "Potter Wars.

Usually with snuff, you see, you stay in the same place and the snuff comes shooting out of your that acts as an alternate soundtrack to the of. After apparently succeeding in Seasons of War in killing the self-declared "King of the Darklands" the Unnamed, whose death scene parodies that of 's from thethe True King of the Darklands is revealed to be the Child of the Faceless Ones in Dead or Alive.

For example, there is a Quiddit aka, Quidditch scene and the author makes reference to how dumb it is that the person who catches the sneetch snitch wins the game, and how it makes for a convenient plot device.

Too many adult themes going on. — a parody of the eighth film, by Desmond Devlin, illustrated by Hermann Mejia. The main "hero", Barry Trotter is a spoilt brat, without any doubt.

" Retrieved Aug 10 2021 from• Since this secondary publishing in August 2012, the YouTube video has had more than 1. A subplot in the six-book sequel series "Phase Two" to 's series follows a trio of characters based on the protagonists of Harry Potter, named Never, Omen, and Auger Darkly, respectively based on Hermione Granger, Ron Weasley, and Harry Potter, with the latter referred to as a "Chosen One" supposedly prophesied to kill the all-powerful King of the Darklands.

Harry Podder: Dude Where's My Wand? I just feel I need to re-read to understand why I bought the next two. It was written and voiced entirely by Andrew Lemonier, former actor and comedy writer. On the title page there is a message from the publisher. Barry Trotter and the unauthorized parody is an episode of which is a parody of the Harry Potter series, in which is transported through a magic door into The School of Magic And Magic Stuff.

The cynicism became to be borderline nihilism. Rowling made a guest appearance as herself on the American animated sitcomin a special British-themed episode entitled "".

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Also the ending really throws you, But it's a good throwing, it took me a while to catch up with the book but toher than that it was a wonderfully funny read. But it kept me entertained while I waited for my car to get fixed, so it was worth reading. Also, the self-references at the end leads me to believe this author is just at complete narcissist. Harry is in their class, and has just one line of dialogue provided by : after Krabappel accuses him of chewing gum in class he replies "No, ma'am, it's ".