Toonopolis: Gemini

Humor, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult

By Jeremy Rodden

Publisher : Portmanteau Press LLC

Toonopolis: Gemini

ABOUT Jeremy Rodden

Jeremy Rodden
I spent the first ten years of my professional life in retail sales, working my way up to store management positions in two different Fortune 500 retailers.  Along the way, I managed to earn a BA in Religion and English Writing from La Salle University in Philadelphia, PA and an More...


"I found this novel to be extremely humorous and well written, and Rodden's explanations of toon life and abilities is fascinating"
- Books: The Cheapest Vacation You Can Buy

"Rodden has a pleasant, descriptive writing style and he paints a colourful, quirky world with many very recognisable elements for those who read comics and manga and for those who play roleplaying games."
- Pearls Cast Before A McPig

"I truly enjoyed this book and was captivated by each page. It almost made me wish I could have read it when I was a teenager. While the book is geared toward pre-teen and teen readers, anyone with a love for fantastic places and honorable quests will find this book fun-filled and charming."
- The WM Review Connection

Toonopolis is a cartoon world. Gemini is transported to this world and becomes a reluctant hero, striving to save Toonopolis from a shadowy figure.

"Jeremy also has made a link between our world and Toonopolis, a very important link between creator and created, one which lends an air of danger and immediacy to Gemini's tour of this fantastic world."
- Graphic Novel News

Often compared with other fantasy books (Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Wizard of Oz), movies (Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, The NeverEnding Story), cartoons (Tiny Toon Adventures, Animaniacs) and video games (Comix Zone, The Bard's Tale), Toonopolis: Gemini still manages to stand apart as wholly original, yet vaguely familiar, to readers.

"This book qualifies as young adult, but can be read and enjoyed by anyone. At some point I will be reading this book to my daughter and I'm sure when she is able to read she will read it to herself as well."
- Indie Book Blog