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CHARACTERS Î Help Me Jacues Cousteau ó Help Me Jacues Cousteau presents the life and times of Hazel who is born into an extraordinary family alongside her brother Andrew Hazel’s experiences at once odd and completely believable involve a diverse cast of family members who share only one thing a penchant for eccentric behavior In portraying a Family Adamson demonstrates her powerful prose style uniuely combining a scientist’s loving attention to detail a comic’s unerring delivery and a poet’s sublime ear. Subtle and a little underdeveloped but enjoyable Central character doesn't really get interesting until the final chapters but Adamson did a good job creating the world in which she and her family exist I was just starting to really enjoy the whole scene when the book ended This book gave me stylisitc and topical ideas for my own writing

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Ompletely believable involve a diverse cast of family members who share only one thing a penchant for eccentric behavior In portraying a strange compelling dysfunctional. I love the title which really has nothing to do with anything but I didn’t love the book – at allThe first chapter was well written and promising After two years in Australia a Canadian family goes back home by boat It was easy to be intrigued by the child Hazel intelligent and observant but as we follow her through the chapters of her childhood and teenage years she gets less and less interesting and the writing gets and sloppy She talks about her “messy family” her parents and brother her crazy uncles crazy grandparents crazy neighbours boss school mates etc etc Everyone is just so unusual and has tons of idiosyncrasies but none of the characters comes to life on these pages and the book just fizzles out or rather goes out with a bang as a plum pudding explodes “A superb adventure story” with all the panache of a great adventure” “Full of unexpected twists” “Haunting and extremely funny” I just don’t see it

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Help Me Jacues CousteauHelp Me Jacues Cousteau presents the life and times of Hazel who is born into an extraordinary family alongside her brother Andrew Hazel’s experiences at once odd and c. this book presents the coming of age of hazel through vignettesconnected stories adamson's writing is very engaging and the uirk factor runs high in hazel's family sometimes when an author reaches for weird or uirky traits or situations they can feel very ridiculous or too improbable even though families are totally whacky admason's peculiarities on the page felt perfectly reasonable and easy to believe life growing up and memory can be very disjointed and this feeling was very strong for me as i was reading a melancholy tone permeates so i was appreciative of amusing moments and outrageous shows of behaviour from a character to break up the weighted feeling