Tuesday, 3 March 2009

There's a Case for Every Case

I've seen the Curious Case of Benjamin Button.

And I read the Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.

And I can see there's the Mysterious Case of the Allbright Academy by Diane Stanley.

So ...

now I want to know how many different kinds of "cases" there are.

What variety do they come in: Can I get Amazing Cases, Difficult cases, Interesting Cases, Gee Whiz bang Cases, Righteous Cases?

Competition: What really good "case" book or movie would you want to see?

Naturally, cases come in all varieties: there are murder cases, rape cases, the upper and lower cases, stair cases and brief cases. Some are heavy and some are light. Some are better constructed than others, and some are open & shut cases whereas some you need a virtual - or real - sledgehammer to crack.

What case would YOUR case be?


Maria said...

I just want to note that i have read a rather fun book called "Just In Case" by Meg Rosoff.

It's about a kid called David Case but he cahnges his name to ... you gessed it ... Justin.

R.H. said...

mental case.

Maria said...

The Mental Case of Christoper S. Kase.

Works for me!