And . . . action As the uproarious trio returns, sensitive Sean takes the spotlight scripting a low-low-budget film while fielding unexpected female fans.
Coop is cooking up another sure-misfire scheme (big surprise), and this time the comedy plays out from Sean's point of view. What's the new master plan? Making a cheapo horror movie guaranteed to make Coop, Sean, and Matt filthy rich It's a terrible idea, and Sean knows it. But he actually "is "desperate for cash and for a way to wipe that big fat "L "off his girlfriend-less forehead. But when he agrees to write a script about the attack of zombie-vampire humanzees, he has no idea just how powerful a chick magnet this movie will be. Suddenly Sean is juggling not one but "three "interested ladies. There's his accidental-girlfriend-turned-psychotic-stalker, Evelyn. There's the wicked hot actress from drama class, Leyna, who seems willing to do anything to land the starring role. And even his twin sister's gothed-out best friend, Nessa, is looking at Sean in a whole new way. Will any of them wind up as Sean's true leading lady? Will Sean stop being a doormat and finally start calling the shots?
About the Author
Don Calame is the author of the YA novels "Swim the Fly "and "Beat the Band. "A screenwriter whose film projects include "Employee of the Month "and "Hounded, "he lives in British Columbia.
Fearlessly foul, this consistently comical series should be required reading for all teenage boys and anyone else with a strong stomach and highly sensitive funny bone.
—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
A brazenly funny and sweetly insightful novel.