Weirdos vs Quimboids
Synopsis: Funnier, weirder, ruder – Blossom is back. After performing the brilliant and unlikely feat of getting sexy rock god Josh Raven to perform at the school disco, Blossom Uxley-Michaels has decided that being a Weirdo is actually kind of awesome. Things get more exciting when Blossom’s band, Camel Toe, enter the Battle of the Bands.
But Camel Toe find they have competition from an unlikely source. Then Blossom meets Vince, sexy mancake and lead singer of rival band Bumskulls. And supposedly loved-up Petrina has been spotted dribbling at the bass player… Amidst a churning whirlpool of love, war and music, can the Weirdos keep their quest for musical domination on track or will it all go norks up?
200words (or less) review: This book needs to come with the following: WARNING! Your sides will hurt from laughing!
(If you do end up reading this in public – it’s your own fault, just so you know.)
Blossom is back and just as brilliant as before, actually probably even better. I mean I adored the first book but I don’t remember me trying to *high five* Weirdos vs Quimboids (p. 216-217 – it’ll make sense) which I don’t recommend attempting btw. You can’t *high five* books no matter how much you want to. 😉
Between her free spirited parents and their sex life, predictive texts (so funny!), mancakes and the relationship troubles of her best friends Blossom has a lot to juggle. Yes Natasha Desborough has written a hilariously funny book but it wouldn’t be half so wonderful if her characters weren’t the brilliant gems they are.
The minute I finished the book I wanted the next one (which you know next to never happens) – please tell me there will be another book?! *puppy eyes*
Weirdos vs Bumskulls is exactly that the tag line says: Funnier, weirder, ruder. = AWESOME!