These hilarious tales of urban terror reveal the dark truth hidden behind three seemingly innocent words - a phrase that you have seen a hundred times before but will never view in the same light again - WANTED TO SHARE. John Birmingham's rendering of a life in share houses will leave you laughing, cringing and reminiscing about your own brushes with the mad, bad residents of flat mate hell.
It's not easy saving the world from your crazy alien neighbours, but that's what Zeke and Eppie have to do today. So far they've been turned into an egghead, catapulted through the air in an enormous bra, plopped into a ginormous ice-cream and then dragged through space in a stocking. Yes, the alien neighbours have stolen the world's only ice-cream tree, so Zeke and Eppie have to chase them through the galaxy. They'll be swallowed by a groper, ride on a snot magic carpet and find aliens in their tummies.
First there was the book My Brother's and Egghead then there was My Brother's a Wormburger next there was My Brother's a Snotrocket and now ... would you please welcome My Brother's a Gizzard! Yes it's the final book in the gob-smacking intergalactic series starring Zeke and Eppie and their alien neighbours. Revel in secret powers, time control and journeys to the centre of the stomach! You'll laugh and your hair may even go green as you delight in this final adventure.
Zeke and Eppie know their neighbours are aliens, but their Mum thinks they are angels. Trouble is, Mum's promised Zeke and Eppie a puppy if they play politely with the neighbours all day! But so far the alien neighbours haven't played nicely at all - they've grown antennas and elephant ears, wrapped Eppie up in a huge blue tongue, spied on Zeke's brain, poked a long alien finger in one of Eppie's ears and out the other side and made Zeke an egghead!
All Zeke and Eppie have to do is play with their new neighbours, Tig and Pop - and take care of them at school and stay out of trouble for one day. If they manage all that, their mum will buy them a puppy! The only problem is, Tig and Pop are ALIENS! So staying out of trouble might not be so easy....