The Goonies

The Goonies

James Kahn

Language: English

Pages: 0

ISBN: 0446328413

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Brand New Paperback published by Warner Books, 1985, 193 pages. Movie-tie-in paperback (book was purchased in 1985, never read and has sat on my bookshelf since). We ship within 24 hours of your purchase with a Delivery Confirmation.

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sneaker prints toddling up to the lighthouse, I just used my massive powers of deduction and zeroed in on you.” “Way to go, Brand,” said Mouth. “You've earned your decoder ring for sure.” “Shut your face, Mouth, or I'll shut it for you.” “I'm trembling,” said Mouth. Brand glared at him and then at me. “And after Mom finishes with you, then you got me to deal with.” I looked over at Chunk for some support, but he'd eaten most of his Fish Surprise and was real obviously wishing he hadn't. “Can

two side tunnels kind of like hollowed-out cheeks, the whole wall looked like a giant skull, with two eye sockets above, and the middle tunnel a huge nose hole. And now every friend I had in the world was inside that skull. I ran through the nose hole to join them. Chapter 6 Chunk's Story Thinking of Chunk reminds me that he was having quite an adventure of his own during all this, even though I didn't find that out until later. But now's as good a time as any to tell you about it, I

its hair flowing thinly to its shoulders. Radiating out from its hips in a wide semicircle were about fifty finger bones—these were the keys. And sticking up every which way behind it and around it were the organ pipes, made of either hollow thigh bones or bamboo sticks. But that wasn't the creepiest part. The creepiest part was that it was playing itself. Not a song, exactly. It's just that the thing was set up over a hole in the floor that this wind kept blowing through, sometimes harder and

how different it was down here from up there, back home. Back there we worried about stuff like flu and tetanus shots and gas mileage and Excedrin headaches and stuff. Down here it was a different world. It was life and death, and wonder and romance, and bottomless pits and legendary riches. You had to be light on your feet down here and quick on the draw. Back there all you had to be was easy on the mustard. You know what I mean? I mean, it's no wonder I was sick so much back home. We arrived


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