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Pages: 432

Language: English

Publisher: Penguin (4 July 2013)

By: John van de Ruit(Author)

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Spud: Exit, Pursued by a Bear is the 4th and final instalment in the hilarious teenage life of schoolboy Spud Milton - written by South African comedian John van de Ruit.

Spud Milton is in his final year at boarding school. Now a prefect and on the cusp of adulthood, he thinks this may be his best year yet. But soon his life is as chaotic as ever as he wages a battle for his room, directs a play in which the actors refuse to learn their lines and (most terrifyingly of all) attempts to find a date for the matric dance.

For the last time, armed once again with his wits and his diary, Spud invites us to share the agonies, the victories and the sheer absurdities of growing up.

Hugely funny and entertaining, SPUD is South Africa's bestselling series.

One of those books which could easily be dismissed as nothing more than an adolescent read at first glance, but once you pick it up it's almost as if the pages turn themselves. All in all, a wonderful book. (Metrobeat)John van de Ruit has cracked it... (Sunday Times Lifestyle)


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  • By Frost on 29 December 2013

    It is rare to find a book that is thoroughly enjoyable not only on its first read, but on every read after. Immediately after finishing this final instalment, I went straight back to first and reread the entire series. A truly magnificent series.

  • By lewis moir on 15 July 2013

    This series is an inspirational and an inspiring story of eight crazy young lads who arrive at school one day and while reading the series it seems one day you start the book and the next you've finished the series.Only one thing that I could have wished for....... to just keep going. It would've been great if spud Milton stayed for post matrix. Yet nothing in this world is perfect that is the art of it.everything about this book the crazy eight missions the newcomers the classes I'm just lost for words and only hope that after reading my review one will go on to read this book and well the whole series. Not one second I spent reading this book did I think I'm bored I think I'll watch tv.This series is for any type of reader it has action comedy romance the perfect combination to a perfect series I say that nothing is perfect yet I come to realise that I lie if there weren't bad things then we couldn't appreciate the good so here we are my final review if I could think of one word that defines this.book and the series then I have finally found something in my life because that word is perfect. Thank you John the characters and everything I'm going to leave it at perfect because their is no other word to describe it . THANK YOU

  • By timothy on 10 July 2014

    So sad to get to the end of an amazing series, spuds adventures had me laughing and crying all in one..

  • By Shevlyn on 19 February 2014

    I too finished matric in 1993 in Pietermartizburg. This book was a delicious trip down memory lane. So many things I've forgotten: polony, rusks, rooibos tea, the words naaier and dwaal to name a few. What a time that was and even though I grew up on the other side of the tracks in Apartheid standards I still could relate. Thank you Van de Ruit. I have laughed so much and now just feel homesick!

  • By Sue D on 12 August 2013

    I loved this book, it was . A delightful light read and very fun. It was a perfect ending to the story of the crazy eight. The parts I especially loved were when Vern did crazy things. I recommend this book for teenagers and 'tweens'. Make sure you read the others first though!!!

  • By IGW on 12 August 2013

    The final book in the series, and doesn't disappoint. We follow the gang through another fast paced year, which only leaves you wanting more. You will laugh all the way through and cry when its all over (only because you know there will be no more!)

  • By Guest on 23 July 2013

    Exit pursued by a bear is certainly not the best book in this series but is still a more than decent curtain close for a seied which i have so enjoyed and will mo doubt re read many times.

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