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Mr. Bubbles, a chimpanzee with a million dollar brain, joins forces with roguish explorer and biplane pilot, Norman Grady, on an adventure to Central America in search of the woman who created him. But the crazed scientist Doomsday Steve wants the secret formula for himself! Will Mr. Bubbles and friends find the missing scientist before it is too late or will Doomsday Steve Mr. Bubbles, a chimpanzee with a million dollar brain, joins forces with roguish explorer and biplane pilot, Norman Grady, on an adventure to Central America in search of the woman who created him. But the crazed scientist Doomsday Steve wants the secret formula for himself! Will Mr. Bubbles and friends find the missing scientist before it is too late or will Doomsday Steve complete his nefarious plans of world domination? Find out in Mr. Bubbles and the Mystery of the Mayan Temple!


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Mr. Bubbles, a chimpanzee with a million dollar brain, joins forces with roguish explorer and biplane pilot, Norman Grady, on an adventure to Central America in search of the woman who created him. But the crazed scientist Doomsday Steve wants the secret formula for himself! Will Mr. Bubbles and friends find the missing scientist before it is too late or will Doomsday Steve Mr. Bubbles, a chimpanzee with a million dollar brain, joins forces with roguish explorer and biplane pilot, Norman Grady, on an adventure to Central America in search of the woman who created him. But the crazed scientist Doomsday Steve wants the secret formula for himself! Will Mr. Bubbles and friends find the missing scientist before it is too late or will Doomsday Steve complete his nefarious plans of world domination? Find out in Mr. Bubbles and the Mystery of the Mayan Temple!

22 review for Mr Bubbles and the Mystery of the Mayan Temple

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    A fun, fast read. I read it in a single sitting and it paces really well and keeps you reading and enjoying. Definitely recommended for someone who likes funny action, in the style of Indiana Jones.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Molly Neely

    I don't know where to begin.... Mr. Bubbles should have been a rotten book. Talking monkeys? Bad guys named Doomsday Steve & Gooseburger? Hot air balloons and a 1940's vibe? It's like Indiana Jones & Nickelodeon got together in Dr. Frankenstein's lab and created created this FABULOUS book. I couldn't stop reading it. The author tapped into my love of old school science fiction movies and I was hooked. This book is great for anyone 12 to 120! Family friendly, action packed, kooky characters, and d I don't know where to begin.... Mr. Bubbles should have been a rotten book. Talking monkeys? Bad guys named Doomsday Steve & Gooseburger? Hot air balloons and a 1940's vibe? It's like Indiana Jones & Nickelodeon got together in Dr. Frankenstein's lab and created created this FABULOUS book. I couldn't stop reading it. The author tapped into my love of old school science fiction movies and I was hooked. This book is great for anyone 12 to 120! Family friendly, action packed, kooky characters, and did I mention TALKING MONKEYS? ☆☆☆☆☆

  3. 4 out of 5

    Betty

    I had so much fun reading this book that I couldn't put it down and read it all in one sitting. The characters - from the super brilliant Mr. Bubbles (who still enjoys bananas from time to time) to the sinister (but oddly adorable) Doomsday Steve - are what bring this fast-paced, action-packed story to life. Reminiscent of the classic Indiana Jones films, Mr Bubbles and the Mystery of the Mayan Temple provides a delightful balance of adventure, action and comedy. This book is guaranteed to make I had so much fun reading this book that I couldn't put it down and read it all in one sitting. The characters - from the super brilliant Mr. Bubbles (who still enjoys bananas from time to time) to the sinister (but oddly adorable) Doomsday Steve - are what bring this fast-paced, action-packed story to life. Reminiscent of the classic Indiana Jones films, Mr Bubbles and the Mystery of the Mayan Temple provides a delightful balance of adventure, action and comedy. This book is guaranteed to make you smile (if not laugh out loud, as I did several times). I can't wait for the next one in the series!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Miranda Nading

    Adulting break! This is a quick, fun read for those who enjoyed classic cartoons. Grady and Mr. Bubbles reminded me, in part, of Indiana Jones and Short Round (reversed), and part Rocky and Bullwinkle. The villains were a fun mix of Wile E Coyote and Boris and Natasha. The real fun started when Grady and Mr. Bubbles hit the jungle together. I would definitely be up for more of their adventures.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Nicholas Adams

    Norman Grady, a treasure hunter with a penchant for getting caught snogging native maidens, and Mr. Bubbles, a chimpanzee with the personality of Mr. Spock team up to retrieve an artifact from an ancient Mayan Temple. What could go wrong? Chris W. Sears delivers a fun, light-hearted, and even silly, adventure that is sure to entertain children of all ages. With the slapstick humor of 70's Saturday morning cartoons, Grady, and Bubbles race to Central America pursued by the outlandishly ridiculous Norman Grady, a treasure hunter with a penchant for getting caught snogging native maidens, and Mr. Bubbles, a chimpanzee with the personality of Mr. Spock team up to retrieve an artifact from an ancient Mayan Temple. What could go wrong? Chris W. Sears delivers a fun, light-hearted, and even silly, adventure that is sure to entertain children of all ages. With the slapstick humor of 70's Saturday morning cartoons, Grady, and Bubbles race to Central America pursued by the outlandishly ridiculous super-villain "Doomsday Steve" and his henchman. What I liked: The story is short and engaging in its silliness. This is a good choice for middle-grade readers who enjoy chapter books. What I didn't like: The characters are one-dimensional, which works for younger readers, but not so much for a more mature audience. I give Mr. Bubbles and the Mystery of the Mayan Temple four stars.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Leigh Holland

    Mr. Bubbles and the Mystery of the Mayan Temple by Chris W. Sears, 58 pages, Fireplace Press, April 22nd, 2017, Genre: Science Fiction Humor. Warning: May Contain Spoilers. Review by Leigh Holland.     Warning: If you’re looking for a mature, master work of literature, this book is not that. Mr. Bubbles and the Mystery of the Mayan Temple is an opportunity to let your hair down, lean back, throw back some pixie stix, and enjoy the laughs you’re about to experience. Take a break from being an adult Mr. Bubbles and the Mystery of the Mayan Temple by Chris W. Sears, 58 pages, Fireplace Press, April 22nd, 2017, Genre: Science Fiction Humor. Warning: May Contain Spoilers. Review by Leigh Holland.     Warning: If you’re looking for a mature, master work of literature, this book is not that. Mr. Bubbles and the Mystery of the Mayan Temple is an opportunity to let your hair down, lean back, throw back some pixie stix, and enjoy the laughs you’re about to experience. Take a break from being an adult and have a little fun with this .99 cent adventure.     The characters are ridiculous. The premise is ludicrous. The plot? Hilarious. Grady is a human pilot in need of money. Mr. Bubbles is a chimpanzee turned super genius by a lab experiment. By the end of this tale, they’re best buddies for life. Bubbles- I mean, Mr. Bubbles- hires Grady to fly and escort him through the jungle to a Mayan temple to find a missing link between ancient Mayan culture and modern medicine, an artifact he promises to share with Grady. They encounter problems with the natives and an enemy- a villain who thinks he knows everything and is a super genius. However, he is really just a clumsy bag of hot air. As the stakes are raised on their journey, they have to combine Grady’s skills and Mr. Bubbles’ brains to survive and be successful in their mission. When I sat down to read this book, I thought, “Oh, boy, what will this be? Monkeys?” But I’m glad I read it. It was a short but fun read. I was sad there wasn’t more. If you want pure silly entertainment over a lunch break, this is the book for you.

  7. 4 out of 5

    S. Thomas

    Okay, so the fantasy author of a book cannot turn down another book about a talking monkey. There, my bias is out on the table. But come on. You just saw the cover. You’re reading this. You are no different than me. Let me provide the only assurance you need. This short book will return you ageing butt to the long lost days of Saturday morning cartoons, eating Fruity Pebbles in the pajamas that doubled as your Halloween costume. Still reading? Honestly, just move along to the book. I loved it! D Okay, so the fantasy author of a book cannot turn down another book about a talking monkey. There, my bias is out on the table. But come on. You just saw the cover. You’re reading this. You are no different than me. Let me provide the only assurance you need. This short book will return you ageing butt to the long lost days of Saturday morning cartoons, eating Fruity Pebbles in the pajamas that doubled as your Halloween costume. Still reading? Honestly, just move along to the book. I loved it! Didn’t get my references above because Netflix always has the cartoons you like? Well, I’ll plod on. Norman Grady has his military discharge papers, a plane, and an unquenchable yearning for adventure. Mr Bubbles has an experimental brain and a mission. Doomsday Steve and his henchman Gooseburger have an evil scheme. References to Indiana Jones come easier, but honestly, I can’t shake the feeling that watching old Inspector Gadget cartoons created while trying to put to words the antics in this story. I was given a free review copy at my request and have voluntarily left a review. Any review. That fact that it’s a good one is because the book is good. Which has nothing to do with how awesome I am. You’ll have to find that out for yourself @S_Shane_Thomas on Twitter. Personal note to other authors of fantasy books with talking monkey characters. Please don’t query me to read and review your book unless it’s as good as Mr Bubbles and the Mystery of the Mayan Temple!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ross

  9. 4 out of 5

    Betty

  10. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

  11. 5 out of 5

    Johnathan

  12. 4 out of 5

    Chris W Sears

  13. 5 out of 5

    Molli B.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Olivia Banner

  15. 4 out of 5

    Schissel

  16. 5 out of 5

    Rkeenan121

  17. 4 out of 5

    Audra

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sandy

  19. 4 out of 5

    PaulBentham

  20. 4 out of 5

    Brent

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jamir Morrison

  22. 5 out of 5

    Cara

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