Published: Sep. 07, 2011
Words: 19,655 (approximate)
In this comedy/adventure, three naive high school graduates organize a no-holds-barred car race to attract friends into having an unforgettable vacation. Something is absolutely going to go wrong.
Brandon Adams is a recent high school graduate. He starts his summer with several hotel rooms rented at the beach, and no one to share them with. So with his best friends Pete and Toby, the three boys decide to have a no-holds-barred car race from the big city of Sundrift to the popular resort town of Stony Beach. The winner gets a free hotel room and the losers, well, they just get to be there!
Along for the ride are the two gorgeous and distracting girls Annie and Christy, the hateful dirty rat Craig, the prom king and queen Neal and Ashley, and the awkward outsider everyone calls "Matthew Misery."
The field of competitors may seem diverse, but do they have what it takes to get down the ocean in one piece?
Contains some strong language.
, coming of age
, growing up
, young adult
, high school
, road story
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on Sep. 14, 2011 :
A fast paced story with enjoyable, believable characters. The twists in the plot kept me reading. I would recommend to anyone looking for a quick, summer themed read. The shining point for me was the dialogue. It is hard to do teenage banter, but Mr. Falls really succeeds with it. Lots of snappy comebacks.
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