Monday, April 21, 2014

No. 20

No. 20, King Dork by Frank Portman, was another one I grabbed from the in box at the THS library.

This young-adult book was different from others I've read because it was written from a boy's perspective. He and his buddy are trying to survive being tormented in school. He also starts investigating his father's mysterious death. 

The book is amusing and provided a couple good chuckles. I especially enjoyed the ever-changing band names and instrumentation. However, the mystery never resolves, and that kinda sucks. :)

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