The Mouse that Roared

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Chatto & Windus, 1964 - Fiction - 189 pages
85 Reviews
A whimsical cross between Kubrick and Kafka, "The Mouse That Roared" is a quirky classic of world literature, a poignant tale of political morality, and a hilarious, ultimately triumphant portrait of international relations from the perspective of the little guy.

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Cute, easy to read story. - Goodreads
Much better than the movie - way more insight. - Goodreads
Predictable humor, plot and storyline. - Goodreads

Review: The Mouse That Roared (The Mouse That Roared #1)

User Review  - Art - Goodreads

What a terrific book! It has all the understated humour that I associate with British writing, but some North American brashness as well. If I were still in the classroom, I might consider reading it ... Read full review

Review: The Mouse That Roared (The Mouse That Roared #1)

User Review  - Beth - Goodreads

The Mouse That Roared is exactly what I needed to break me out of my reading funk. It's a side-splittingly funny, brilliant satire that manages to be incredibly apt, despite its 1955 publication date ... Read full review

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