I say that because I just really wish Wes Anderson would make this book into a movie. He'd be the perfect director for it.
Promising review: "Some novels simply defy easy categorization and Rohan O'Grady's Let's Kill Uncle is decidedly one of them. It's not a children's novel, though I suspect a lot of children would strongly identify with the protagonists, ten-year-olds Barnaby and Christie, having to navigate hazardous adult waters with a child's moral compass. It's not exactly a murder mystery, as it's clear from early on who's intent on killing whom. It's too serious to be a black comedy, but too imbued with the invulnerable whimsy of childhood to be a typical drama. What it is, though, is thoroughly engaging and memorable, sure to stay with you long after you've finished reading it." —Whitt Patrick Pond
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