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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.
tracks in town, we'd probably be on the wrong side, at least according to the people who belong to the Hillside Country Club. They're the ones who call this the Goon Docks and us the Goons. That's okay with us, though, 'cause we like who we are. That's why we call our gang the Goonies. It's not a gang, really. More like a club. Dad calls it an assortment, but then I told you, he works for the museum. First there's Mouth Devereux. He's the oldest, and he's definitely the clown of the group. He's
getting bigger, sometimes narrowing, sometimes widening to the size of a cave, sometimes splitting into three or four forks. After three turns I was totally lost. So we just kept heading upward as well as we could—at least to freedom, if not booty. After a while we came to a surprise sight: In a wide, low cavern, pipes came down from the clay ceiling, dangling into our space, crossing over each other, and bending back up again. All different sizes, mostly pretty rusty, tangled with lots of tree
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
back—his feet were even faster than his mouth. Still, Brand would've caught him if the bell hadn't rung at the front gate and stopped things short. “Jerk alert!” shouted Mouth. We all looked out the window and saw Chunk standing at the front gate, wearing his absolutely dumbest Hawaiian shirt, plaid pants, and black socks. If Chunk hadn't been a Goony, he'd have been in serious trouble with clothes like that. He was shouting now. “Hey, guys, ya gotta lemme in! I just saw the most amazing
and his chest bulged, and I swear I've never seen a better body in my life. It was totally awesome. “Hunk city,” said Stef. And she'd been around. With everyone's attention directed at this giganto pirate monster standing between us and the Fratellis, nobody much noticed Chunk climb over the side behind us. He picked up a knife off the floor and started cutting my bonds. “Chunk?” I whispered. “Captain Chunk to you,” he said softly, and kept cutting. Meanwhile Mama pointed her boys at Sloth.