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Chew, Volume 05: Major League Chew (2012)

by John Layman, Rob Guillory (Illustrator)

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Tony has been demoted although he seems to enjoy his current job a little more, until he is kidnapped and force fed baseball players. But this book is really Olive (his daughter's book). She begins to run with his former partner.

Was glad that Amelia saved the day in this one, although the dead baseball players was probably the grossest thing ever.
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  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
Tony has been demoted although he seems to enjoy his current job a little more, until he is kidnapped and force fed baseball players. But this book is really Olive (his daughter's book). She begins to run with his former partner.

Was glad that Amelia saved the day in this one, although the dead baseball players was probably the grossest thing ever.
( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
Tony has been demoted although he seems to enjoy his current job a little more, until he is kidnapped and force fed baseball players. But this book is really Olive (his daughter's book). She begins to run with his former partner.

Was glad that Amelia saved the day in this one, although the dead baseball players was probably the grossest thing ever.
( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
Tony has been demoted although he seems to enjoy his current job a little more, until he is kidnapped and force fed baseball players. But this book is really Olive (his daughter's book). She begins to run with his former partner.

Was glad that Amelia saved the day in this one, although the dead baseball players was probably the grossest thing ever.
( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
Volume 5 in the Tony Chu saga.

I really didn't care for this one, the story still is strong and it is clearly setting up future plot points but I really didn't get much out of it or enjoy it very much. It felt necessary to read to get future stories but not one of the more interesting additions to the series. ( )
  Kellswitch | May 16, 2015 |
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Tony Chu, the federal agent with the power to receive psychic impressions from what he eats, has been kidnapped, and his captor plans on feeding him in order to find out what he can see.

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