Mud Crab Boogie

Mud Crab Boogie Extreme Water Polo is the water polo of the s And when Les Norton catches the semi final on tV he is amazed to see that the man behind Extreme Polo is his old mate Neville Nizegy Nixon So when Nevi

  • Title: Mud Crab Boogie
  • Author: Robert G. Barrett
  • ISBN: 9780732258436
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Paperback
  • Extreme Water Polo is the water polo of the 90s And when Les Norton catches the semi final on tV he is amazed to see that the man behind Extreme Polo is his old mate, Neville Nizegy Nixon So when Neville calls out of the blue and asks Les to drive the Murrumbidgee Mud Crabs up to Sydney for the final, Les takes him on But things are never as simple as they seem and LeExtreme Water Polo is the water polo of the 90s And when Les Norton catches the semi final on tV he is amazed to see that the man behind Extreme Polo is his old mate, Neville Nizegy Nixon So when Neville calls out of the blue and asks Les to drive the Murrumbidgee Mud Crabs up to Sydney for the final, Les takes him on But things are never as simple as they seem and Les finds himself drawn into an hilarious adventure involving the Mud Crabs.Extreme Water Polo is the water polo of the 90s And when Les Norton catches the semi final on tV he is amazed to see that the man behind Extreme Polo is his old mate, Neville Nizegy Nixon So when Neville calls out of the blue and asks Les to drive the Murrumbidgee Mud Crabs up to Sydney for the final, Les takes him on But things are never as simple as they seem and Les finds himself drawn into an hilarious adventure involving the Mud Crabs.

    One thought on “Mud Crab Boogie”

    1. An easy read. I have read about Les Norton before. I was looking forward to this and was disappointed. Racist bullshit in the middle uncomfortable but true to character. The Mud Crabs were unbelievable in the context and that was annoying. There are better R.G. Barrett books.

    2. Nice fun story! Was my introduction to the character Les Norton. My biggest problem is I couldn't figure out the bloke's age! At some points I thought he was mid 20's, while at others he seemed like an old man.The story with Nice Guy and the Mud Crabs had me laughing out loud quite a bit. I felt the middle of the story got a bit long winded and boring at parts, like it was just being stretched out. But the it bounced back well towards the end. Absolutely loved the scene where the boys were out a [...]

    3. The violence scenes made me grimace. I thought it was unnecessarily gruesome. But I loved the Aussie vernacular. And the Aussie accent on the audio book was great to hear.

    4. Corny entertainment for blokes, where the all conquering hero, Les Norton, can do no wrong. A bit of light reading fun

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