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Just when the D Squad thinks things can’t get any more out of control, Belch becomes much more powerful than they ever imagined. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Homework Machine, please sign up. Is this book in for a giveaway or could it be? This book was pretty weird and funny and the story shifts perspectives between a few different characters including the 4 main ones who use the homework machine. There’s some weird stuff with a stalker and the machine near the ending.

The story isn’t so much about the hw machine as it’s about the effect the machine has of the characters lives. The 4 main characters are Sam, Judy, Brenton and Kelsey. Thomas Edison went to school for four months. He never did any homework, and look how he turned out. There’s a name for working without getting paid. It’s called slavery, and it was banned during the Civil War. If kids are forced to do homework, they should be paid for it.

Four kids all have a last name that begins with a D so they are called the D Squad. One of the D Squad members, Brenton says he has a homework machine and so all the squad members go over to his house and use the homework machine. This book was a good one that I’d recomend for kids ages 10-12. The Homework Machine’ by Dan Gutman takes you on a sort of sci-fi adventure, when Sam, Brenton, Judy, and Kelsy find out that Brenton has invented a homework machine they nickname Belch. You see Brenton was different from the day he was born, he never cried as a baby, and wrote his first piece of music when he was six. He also never seemed to have friends. This book was very unique and enjoyable to read.

I think how the author put the book in a interview style was very creative. It worked out because they were getting interviewed while telling the whole story at the same time. I liked how two of the characters were kind of smarty pants and the others kind of just went with the flow. I thought it was a really awesome book and I would recommend to people who hate homework.