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10 thoughts on “Call the Shots

  1. Grumpus Grumpus says:

    The final book in the series Fun, adolescent male humor that based upon the reviews and video for the book evidently appeals to females as well Maybe for insight into the minds of teenage boys I wouldn t think it too difficult to figure out, but as a former teenage boy myself, what do I know Or maybe it is to simply laugh at the stupidity of my gender I ve loved hanging with Matt, Coop, and Sean throughout their adventures in this series and their ability to make me literally laugh out lo The final book in the series Fun, adolescent male humor that based upon the reviews and video for the book evidently appeals to females as well Maybe for insight into the minds of teenage boys I wouldn t think it too difficult to figure out, but as a former teenage boy myself, what do I know Or maybe it is to simply laugh at the stupidity of my gender I ve loved hanging with Matt, Coop, and Sean throughout their adventures in this series and their ability to make me literally laugh out loud like few books can It makes me nostalgic for that simple time of life with my friends when problems only seemed big so many years ago.I also want to give recognition to Nick Podehl for the super, awesome, fantastic, insert your favorite superlitives here narration throughout the series Some books are better listened to than read and, in this case, the narration brought the characters to life in a way that simply reading the book yourself cannot Whether the characters were male, female, young, or old, he gave each a distinctive voice and attitude in the manner in which the author surely intended.This series has given me an escape and just thinking about this book, the characters, or their adventures makes me reminisce and smile


  2. Kerat Jhaj Kerat Jhaj says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Wow, where do I even start Well, I typically don t read books with sex humor and shit, but besides that this book was fucking hilarious The POV of out main character is done so well, it literally put me in the shoes of a male teen boy I laughing so hard when he was falling for the girl in her drama class and the ending had me dead Absolutely loved it


  3. Terry Terry says:

    It has been a while since I first read Swim the Fly, and then Beat the Band is always checked out So for me, Call the Shots is a stand alone, even though it is the third book in this cycle Either way, it is funny and plays like a good guy centered comedy While the other titles came first, they aren t necessary to enjoying this entry.I don t love Sean as a character he s cautious and nerdy and sniffs his hand whenever he s anxious Which is much of the time But he is a fine example of Star It has been a while since I first read Swim the Fly, and then Beat the Band is always checked out So for me, Call the Shots is a stand alone, even though it is the third book in this cycle Either way, it is funny and plays like a good guy centered comedy While the other titles came first, they aren t necessary to enjoying this entry.I don t love Sean as a character he s cautious and nerdy and sniffs his hand whenever he s anxious Which is much of the time But he is a fine example of Star Wars loving Gandalf swearing geekdom His two buddies Matt and Coop play supporting roles in this implausible plot to film a low budget horror movie, along with a bevvy of classmates and girlfriends, perhaps too many to really keep track of There are several plot holes that need tightening neither the swimming of the first book or the music of the second book really appears where did these interests go Still, Calame tosses in enough fart and boob jokes to keep the story appealing to its target audience This is no small matter at 450 pages, that takes a lot of work to support.Although there s considerable drug use by one adult character, and the a fore mentioned decolletage fixations, there s nothing hereoffensive than found in the typical PG 13 movie Fans of the first will be happy to have the boys back Readers of the Carter Finally Gets It series will be right at home, as will fans of All the Way, Spanking Shakespeare, and Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick


  4. Jules Goud Jules Goud says:

    Awesome book It was hilarious and totally awesome.I haven t read any of the other books so I was sceptical going into this one But, it turned out great It is always interesting to read a book from a guy s perspective because I so rarely do Sean and his friends were very entertaining It was cute that he wanted a girlfriend and I hate to say it but Evelyn was insane It wasn t surprising what ended up happening with them I couldn t believe the stuff that Sean, Coop, Matt, and everyone else we Awesome book It was hilarious and totally awesome.I haven t read any of the other books so I was sceptical going into this one But, it turned out great It is always interesting to read a book from a guy s perspective because I so rarely do Sean and his friends were very entertaining It was cute that he wanted a girlfriend and I hate to say it but Evelyn was insane It wasn t surprising what ended up happening with them I couldn t believe the stuff that Sean, Coop, Matt, and everyone else were doing They were so creative and it was very interesting to see what Sean got talked into doing during the book.At the same time, there was a little bit ofserious scenes to balance out the book It was completely funny as it had some important moments that made relationships grow a little bit .Even with the serious stuff, this book was laugh out loud funny and it was always entertaining It was enough to make me go to the beginning of the series and see what Coop, Matt and Sean get mixed up in first


  5. Brandy Brandy says:

    Finally, it s Sean s turn for a book of his own His sister is a total bitch, his parents are insane, and there s a new baby on the way a new baby who will need a room of its own, so their parents have the bright idea to make Sean and his twin sister Cathy share a room Who thinks this is a good idea Coop has a great idea make a short horror movie and win the 50,000 prize at TerrorFest, and use the money to build an extension on Sean s house.Yeah, Coop s idea works as well as you d expect I Finally, it s Sean s turn for a book of his own His sister is a total bitch, his parents are insane, and there s a new baby on the way a new baby who will need a room of its own, so their parents have the bright idea to make Sean and his twin sister Cathy share a room Who thinks this is a good idea Coop has a great idea make a short horror movie and win the 50,000 prize at TerrorFest, and use the money to build an extension on Sean s house.Yeah, Coop s idea works as well as you d expect It is, after all, Coop s idea Swim the Fly is still my favorite of the bunch, but it s nice to finally see Sean s side of things Sean is usually the follower of the group and it s nice to know there s something inside his head Several laugh out loud funny moments, and I m almost disappointed that I couldn t wait for the audio since the other audios of the other two books are great , but this is a fantastic end to the series and an easy sell to high school boys


  6. Jamie Jamie says:

    Such a fun series crude, funny and real I liked how it was shown that most of Sean s problems stemmed from his inability to stand up for himself, and how each of his girl relationships worked out And the sexting confusion Actually that was REALLY hilarious


  7. Brooke Banks Brooke Banks says:

    I slogged through the second one and since this was on my shelf, I figured I might as well try Yeah, no A heteronormative toxically masculine American bro book.


  8. Daniel Daniel says:

    3.5 stars Quickie Review It pains me to give this book 3 stars, but looking at it from a logical point of view, it was the only sensible rating I could give it The two previous books in the series got generous ratings, and I didn t quite like this as much as the other two, so it was only fair.Call the Shots is the conclusion to the fantastic Swim the Fly series by Don Calame Sean Hance is facing a bunch of upcoming challenges in his life There s a baby on the way, which will force him to sh 3.5 stars Quickie Review It pains me to give this book 3 stars, but looking at it from a logical point of view, it was the only sensible rating I could give it The two previous books in the series got generous ratings, and I didn t quite like this as much as the other two, so it was only fair.Call the Shots is the conclusion to the fantastic Swim the Fly series by Don Calame Sean Hance is facing a bunch of upcoming challenges in his life There s a baby on the way, which will force him to share a room with his obnoxious twin sister The same sister has also somehow convinced their parents and her friends that Sean is gay So the gang tries to film a horror movie to debut at a festival to try and make some cash, so that Sean can build an extension to his house.And of course, chaos ensues The plot is as hilarious as ever, filled with laugh out loud scenes and painful embarrassments However, I also thought the plot was the weakest part of the book More so than ever, the plot was filled with unbelievable literally coincidences, almost to the point where you questioned the plausibility of the whole thing Also, the plot was very predictable This is something that s really happened in the entire series, but in this book, I predicted practically EVERYTHING that ended up happening in the end especially which girl Sean was going to end up with The only thing that I did not see coming was Cathy s character twist That was the only thing that shocked me I think the predictability and the sheer coincidence that was so prevalent in Call The Shots took away a bit of the enjoyment factor as I was reading this book.The characters were, as always, very redeeming and very likable for the most part I was quite happy if not all that surprised, considering the previous books were narrated by Matt and Coop that Sean got a perspective I had always thought that his personality paled in comparison to those of Matt and Coop, so I had a feeling that this would help to make his individual personality stand out And it did Sean was established as the gullible, clumsy, unfortunate one in the group You poor little thing applies numerous times to Sean He was easy to relate too, and easy to feel sorry for Even though I wish Matt had narrated the whole series, I understood why the author decided to give narration to all three it helped me to learnabout each of them as individuals.I had a problem with Evelyn and her brother Evelyn wasthan just mad and crazy Throughout the book her mood swings were so violent and uncalled for that I seriously began to consider the possibility that she had bipolar disorder That s not something to mess with, and I was sure that cops would break down the door at any time and take her to a psychiatric clinic Her brother was also apparently put on stress leave from the army, whatever that means, and that wasn t really explained I would have liked to knowabout his troubled past Anyway, I thought overall that these characters odd behaviour was waved off too nonchalantly, and that there could have been something a bitserious brewing.This book was, however, terrific in demonstrating the amazing friendship between Matt, Coop, and Sean At the beginning Matt waved off Coop s idea of making a film, essentially calling it tomfoolery, but once Sean told the guys about his need for money, they instantly agreed to do it They agreed to give up a lot of their time to invest themselves into a project that was probably going to end up being a failure and a waste of time All to help a friend in need Also, I found it fitting that the author ended the book with the scene in the RV, with Matt and Coop helping Sean out once again Sean ended off the book realizing just how awesome his best buddies were And of course, it made complete sense to end off with the three of them talking about their annual goal for the summer These guys will annoy each other, screw each other over, and will tease and mock one another countless times But when push comes to shove, they are always there for each other Beneath those hilarious, impulsive, and sometimes rash personalities lies a rock hard, unwavering sense of camaraderie And I think this is the highlight of this series in general The story of friendship is really something that I will take away from this series, and I think the author did a brilliant job of displaying such a tight knit group of boys And it s not just the boys the girls are also very supportive and loyal Valerie and Helen, while they did not play major parts in this book, were always there with their friends through thick and thin.The writing was good as I mentioned before, Calame does a fine job of portraying the strong friendship between the characters The humour is once again on point the jokes are all strong While the humour almost always revolves around girls and sex, and borders on childish sometimes, I still enjoyed it a lot This series was a great break from all of the heavy, intense stuff I always read So however childish and superficial the humour, I welcomed it with open arms In the end, I think Calame also did a good job with developing the characters I got very attached to each one of them, and every character really stood out from the rest.It is with a heavy heart that I bid good bye to the characters in the Swim the Fly series I am so happy that I stumbled upon this series on Goodreads, as it provided me with a light and very enjoyable summer read Don Calame did a great job of incorporating the humour into the storylines, and also was able to add some sweet notes in the middle I surprisingly got emotional at times and completely got invested in the characters I sincerely hope that Calame will create one JUST ONEstory for these characters, as I don t want to bid farewell Otherwise, Matt, Coop, and Sean, it s been a blast, and I m glad to have been along for your journeys


  9. Claudia - Claudia - says:

    We re back with Matt, Coop and Sean in Rockville and this time it s Sean s story and he s got a lot on his plate His mum s surprising pregnancy means a shortage of rooms and Sean faces having to share with his twin sister and arch nemesis Cathy Enter Coop with one of his crackpot money making ideas shoot a cheap horror movie and win a cash prize at an upcoming film festival To complicate matters, Sean s new girlfriend turns out to be a bit of a psycho.Will they be able to finish their movie We re back with Matt, Coop and Sean in Rockville and this time it s Sean s story and he s got a lot on his plate His mum s surprising pregnancy means a shortage of rooms and Sean faces having to share with his twin sister and arch nemesis Cathy Enter Coop with one of his crackpot money making ideas shoot a cheap horror movie and win a cash prize at an upcoming film festival To complicate matters, Sean s new girlfriend turns out to be a bit of a psycho.Will they be able to finish their movie This is the third part in this fabulous series perfect for teenage boys It s got the perfect mix of being raunchy and totally silly with great slapstick set pieces and mostly likeable characters I know the boys are growing up but I hope this is not the last we see of them


  10. Kaden Kaden says:

    its a really good book but i would like the series to go onlike probally from kelly s point of view or matt s girlfriend s point of view or maybe even back at matt s point of view.


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Call the Shots ✽ [EPUB] ✵ Call the Shots By Don Calame ❧ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk And action As the uproarious trio returns, sensitive Sean takes the spotlight scripting a low low budget film while fielding unexpected female fansCoop is cooking up another sure misfire scheme big su And action As the uproarious trio returns, sensitive Sean takes the spotlight scripting a low low budget film while fielding unexpected female fansCoop 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 Call the PDF or 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.

10 thoughts on “Call the Shots

  1. Grumpus Grumpus says:

    The final book in the series Fun, adolescent male humor that based upon the reviews and video for the book evidently appeals to females as well Maybe for insight into the minds of teenage boys I wouldn t think it too difficult to figure out, but as a former teenage boy myself, what do I know Or maybe it is to simply laugh at the stupidity of my gender I ve loved hanging with Matt, Coop, and Sean throughout their adventures in this series and their ability to make me literally laugh out lo The final book in the series Fun, adolescent male humor that based upon the reviews and video for the book evidently appeals to females as well Maybe for insight into the minds of teenage boys I wouldn t think it too difficult to figure out, but as a former teenage boy myself, what do I know Or maybe it is to simply laugh at the stupidity of my gender I ve loved hanging with Matt, Coop, and Sean throughout their adventures in this series and their ability to make me literally laugh out loud like few books can It makes me nostalgic for that simple time of life with my friends when problems only seemed big so many years ago.I also want to give recognition to Nick Podehl for the super, awesome, fantastic, insert your favorite superlitives here narration throughout the series Some books are better listened to than read and, in this case, the narration brought the characters to life in a way that simply reading the book yourself cannot Whether the characters were male, female, young, or old, he gave each a distinctive voice and attitude in the manner in which the author surely intended.This series has given me an escape and just thinking about this book, the characters, or their adventures makes me reminisce and smile

  2. Kerat Jhaj Kerat Jhaj says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Wow, where do I even start Well, I typically don t read books with sex humor and shit, but besides that this book was fucking hilarious The POV of out main character is done so well, it literally put me in the shoes of a male teen boy I laughing so hard when he was falling for the girl in her drama class and the ending had me dead Absolutely loved it

  3. Terry Terry says:

    It has been a while since I first read Swim the Fly, and then Beat the Band is always checked out So for me, Call the Shots is a stand alone, even though it is the third book in this cycle Either way, it is funny and plays like a good guy centered comedy While the other titles came first, they aren t necessary to enjoying this entry.I don t love Sean as a character he s cautious and nerdy and sniffs his hand whenever he s anxious Which is much of the time But he is a fine example of Star It has been a while since I first read Swim the Fly, and then Beat the Band is always checked out So for me, Call the Shots is a stand alone, even though it is the third book in this cycle Either way, it is funny and plays like a good guy centered comedy While the other titles came first, they aren t necessary to enjoying this entry.I don t love Sean as a character he s cautious and nerdy and sniffs his hand whenever he s anxious Which is much of the time But he is a fine example of Star Wars loving Gandalf swearing geekdom His two buddies Matt and Coop play supporting roles in this implausible plot to film a low budget horror movie, along with a bevvy of classmates and girlfriends, perhaps too many to really keep track of There are several plot holes that need tightening neither the swimming of the first book or the music of the second book really appears where did these interests go Still, Calame tosses in enough fart and boob jokes to keep the story appealing to its target audience This is no small matter at 450 pages, that takes a lot of work to support.Although there s considerable drug use by one adult character, and the a fore mentioned decolletage fixations, there s nothing hereoffensive than found in the typical PG 13 movie Fans of the first will be happy to have the boys back Readers of the Carter Finally Gets It series will be right at home, as will fans of All the Way, Spanking Shakespeare, and Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick

  4. Jules Goud Jules Goud says:

    Awesome book It was hilarious and totally awesome.I haven t read any of the other books so I was sceptical going into this one But, it turned out great It is always interesting to read a book from a guy s perspective because I so rarely do Sean and his friends were very entertaining It was cute that he wanted a girlfriend and I hate to say it but Evelyn was insane It wasn t surprising what ended up happening with them I couldn t believe the stuff that Sean, Coop, Matt, and everyone else we Awesome book It was hilarious and totally awesome.I haven t read any of the other books so I was sceptical going into this one But, it turned out great It is always interesting to read a book from a guy s perspective because I so rarely do Sean and his friends were very entertaining It was cute that he wanted a girlfriend and I hate to say it but Evelyn was insane It wasn t surprising what ended up happening with them I couldn t believe the stuff that Sean, Coop, Matt, and everyone else were doing They were so creative and it was very interesting to see what Sean got talked into doing during the book.At the same time, there was a little bit ofserious scenes to balance out the book It was completely funny as it had some important moments that made relationships grow a little bit .Even with the serious stuff, this book was laugh out loud funny and it was always entertaining It was enough to make me go to the beginning of the series and see what Coop, Matt and Sean get mixed up in first

  5. Brandy Brandy says:

    Finally, it s Sean s turn for a book of his own His sister is a total bitch, his parents are insane, and there s a new baby on the way a new baby who will need a room of its own, so their parents have the bright idea to make Sean and his twin sister Cathy share a room Who thinks this is a good idea Coop has a great idea make a short horror movie and win the 50,000 prize at TerrorFest, and use the money to build an extension on Sean s house.Yeah, Coop s idea works as well as you d expect I Finally, it s Sean s turn for a book of his own His sister is a total bitch, his parents are insane, and there s a new baby on the way a new baby who will need a room of its own, so their parents have the bright idea to make Sean and his twin sister Cathy share a room Who thinks this is a good idea Coop has a great idea make a short horror movie and win the 50,000 prize at TerrorFest, and use the money to build an extension on Sean s house.Yeah, Coop s idea works as well as you d expect It is, after all, Coop s idea Swim the Fly is still my favorite of the bunch, but it s nice to finally see Sean s side of things Sean is usually the follower of the group and it s nice to know there s something inside his head Several laugh out loud funny moments, and I m almost disappointed that I couldn t wait for the audio since the other audios of the other two books are great , but this is a fantastic end to the series and an easy sell to high school boys

  6. Jamie Jamie says:

    Such a fun series crude, funny and real I liked how it was shown that most of Sean s problems stemmed from his inability to stand up for himself, and how each of his girl relationships worked out And the sexting confusion Actually that was REALLY hilarious

  7. Brooke Banks Brooke Banks says:

    I slogged through the second one and since this was on my shelf, I figured I might as well try Yeah, no A heteronormative toxically masculine American bro book.

  8. Daniel Daniel says:

    3.5 stars Quickie Review It pains me to give this book 3 stars, but looking at it from a logical point of view, it was the only sensible rating I could give it The two previous books in the series got generous ratings, and I didn t quite like this as much as the other two, so it was only fair.Call the Shots is the conclusion to the fantastic Swim the Fly series by Don Calame Sean Hance is facing a bunch of upcoming challenges in his life There s a baby on the way, which will force him to sh 3.5 stars Quickie Review It pains me to give this book 3 stars, but looking at it from a logical point of view, it was the only sensible rating I could give it The two previous books in the series got generous ratings, and I didn t quite like this as much as the other two, so it was only fair.Call the Shots is the conclusion to the fantastic Swim the Fly series by Don Calame Sean Hance is facing a bunch of upcoming challenges in his life There s a baby on the way, which will force him to share a room with his obnoxious twin sister The same sister has also somehow convinced their parents and her friends that Sean is gay So the gang tries to film a horror movie to debut at a festival to try and make some cash, so that Sean can build an extension to his house.And of course, chaos ensues The plot is as hilarious as ever, filled with laugh out loud scenes and painful embarrassments However, I also thought the plot was the weakest part of the book More so than ever, the plot was filled with unbelievable literally coincidences, almost to the point where you questioned the plausibility of the whole thing Also, the plot was very predictable This is something that s really happened in the entire series, but in this book, I predicted practically EVERYTHING that ended up happening in the end especially which girl Sean was going to end up with The only thing that I did not see coming was Cathy s character twist That was the only thing that shocked me I think the predictability and the sheer coincidence that was so prevalent in Call The Shots took away a bit of the enjoyment factor as I was reading this book.The characters were, as always, very redeeming and very likable for the most part I was quite happy if not all that surprised, considering the previous books were narrated by Matt and Coop that Sean got a perspective I had always thought that his personality paled in comparison to those of Matt and Coop, so I had a feeling that this would help to make his individual personality stand out And it did Sean was established as the gullible, clumsy, unfortunate one in the group You poor little thing applies numerous times to Sean He was easy to relate too, and easy to feel sorry for Even though I wish Matt had narrated the whole series, I understood why the author decided to give narration to all three it helped me to learnabout each of them as individuals.I had a problem with Evelyn and her brother Evelyn wasthan just mad and crazy Throughout the book her mood swings were so violent and uncalled for that I seriously began to consider the possibility that she had bipolar disorder That s not something to mess with, and I was sure that cops would break down the door at any time and take her to a psychiatric clinic Her brother was also apparently put on stress leave from the army, whatever that means, and that wasn t really explained I would have liked to knowabout his troubled past Anyway, I thought overall that these characters odd behaviour was waved off too nonchalantly, and that there could have been something a bitserious brewing.This book was, however, terrific in demonstrating the amazing friendship between Matt, Coop, and Sean At the beginning Matt waved off Coop s idea of making a film, essentially calling it tomfoolery, but once Sean told the guys about his need for money, they instantly agreed to do it They agreed to give up a lot of their time to invest themselves into a project that was probably going to end up being a failure and a waste of time All to help a friend in need Also, I found it fitting that the author ended the book with the scene in the RV, with Matt and Coop helping Sean out once again Sean ended off the book realizing just how awesome his best buddies were And of course, it made complete sense to end off with the three of them talking about their annual goal for the summer These guys will annoy each other, screw each other over, and will tease and mock one another countless times But when push comes to shove, they are always there for each other Beneath those hilarious, impulsive, and sometimes rash personalities lies a rock hard, unwavering sense of camaraderie And I think this is the highlight of this series in general The story of friendship is really something that I will take away from this series, and I think the author did a brilliant job of displaying such a tight knit group of boys And it s not just the boys the girls are also very supportive and loyal Valerie and Helen, while they did not play major parts in this book, were always there with their friends through thick and thin.The writing was good as I mentioned before, Calame does a fine job of portraying the strong friendship between the characters The humour is once again on point the jokes are all strong While the humour almost always revolves around girls and sex, and borders on childish sometimes, I still enjoyed it a lot This series was a great break from all of the heavy, intense stuff I always read So however childish and superficial the humour, I welcomed it with open arms In the end, I think Calame also did a good job with developing the characters I got very attached to each one of them, and every character really stood out from the rest.It is with a heavy heart that I bid good bye to the characters in the Swim the Fly series I am so happy that I stumbled upon this series on Goodreads, as it provided me with a light and very enjoyable summer read Don Calame did a great job of incorporating the humour into the storylines, and also was able to add some sweet notes in the middle I surprisingly got emotional at times and completely got invested in the characters I sincerely hope that Calame will create one JUST ONEstory for these characters, as I don t want to bid farewell Otherwise, Matt, Coop, and Sean, it s been a blast, and I m glad to have been along for your journeys

  9. Claudia - Claudia - says:

    We re back with Matt, Coop and Sean in Rockville and this time it s Sean s story and he s got a lot on his plate His mum s surprising pregnancy means a shortage of rooms and Sean faces having to share with his twin sister and arch nemesis Cathy Enter Coop with one of his crackpot money making ideas shoot a cheap horror movie and win a cash prize at an upcoming film festival To complicate matters, Sean s new girlfriend turns out to be a bit of a psycho.Will they be able to finish their movie We re back with Matt, Coop and Sean in Rockville and this time it s Sean s story and he s got a lot on his plate His mum s surprising pregnancy means a shortage of rooms and Sean faces having to share with his twin sister and arch nemesis Cathy Enter Coop with one of his crackpot money making ideas shoot a cheap horror movie and win a cash prize at an upcoming film festival To complicate matters, Sean s new girlfriend turns out to be a bit of a psycho.Will they be able to finish their movie This is the third part in this fabulous series perfect for teenage boys It s got the perfect mix of being raunchy and totally silly with great slapstick set pieces and mostly likeable characters I know the boys are growing up but I hope this is not the last we see of them

  10. Kaden Kaden says:

    its a really good book but i would like the series to go onlike probally from kelly s point of view or matt s girlfriend s point of view or maybe even back at matt s point of view.

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