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I need your help

i need to find this book. it came out about four years ago.

here is the summary 

A teen aged boy running away from home on a river is sucked into an under water cave and can’t escape. he then finds a body… he takes the ring off the body… and then finds a dog then he meets a strange old man that has been lost in the cave for years… together they find a tunnel that leads out of the cave system… they find a cellar and honey… yeah i need to find out what bood this was.

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"mr. president why is ur hand on the launch nukes button"
“it’s a metaphor”

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and then satan said “let there be a skip limit and no back button on 8tracks”

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Me checking my final grades on the internet:


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the only reason i go to school is because i donn’t wanna be an unemployed college drop out. i wanna be an unemployed college graduate 

thats the spirit

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legalize peruvian puff peppers

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"Arthur shook his head and sat down. He looked up.”I thought you must be dead …” he said simply. “So did I for a while,” said Ford, “and then I decided that I was a lemon for a couple of weeks. I kept myself amused all that time jumping in and out of a gin and tonic.” Arthur cleared his throat, and then did it again. “Where,” he said, “did you…?” “Find a gin and tonic?” said Ford brightly. “I found a small lake that thought it was a gin and tonic, and jumped in and out of that. At least, I think it thought it was a gin and tonic.” “I may,” he addded with a grin which would have sent sane men scampering into the trees, “have been imagining it.”"

Ford updating Arthur about what he’s been doing for the past four years (the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy)

Where do I get “grin which would have sent sane men scampering into the trees”? Cause I want one.

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