Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Rush Revere and the First Patriots- Rush Limbaugh

"Rush Revere and the First Patriots"
 Rush Limbaugh

      In the second book of the Politics U. series, Charles "Rush" Revere and his band of college misfits are at it again, but this time they are chock full of hi-jinks and holding nothing back! Already on double probation for putting the science teacher's car in a swimming pool full of Jello and filling the polo team's jock straps with Bengay, they have nothing to lose.

When the rival team's mascot (Jerry, The Fighting Jackass) is stolen and the tea from the campus fundraiser goes missing (only to turn up in all of the school's brand new multi-million dollar fountains), Dean Obama only has to look at one frat house on campus , Alpha Alpha Alpha.

Will the Triple Alpha house pass sophomore year? Not if the dean has anything to say about it. Grab a copy and found out how Rush and the AAA house get out of this mess.
I found this book to be way too political and a lot less of the hi-jinks that made the first book a classic. I would only recommend it to the people that need help falling asleep.

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

"The Stand" - Stephen King 

Riley was never one to be the cool kid in school, in fact he was quite compelled to go the opposite way. He never left home with out his trusty wooden sword even if it got him made fun of at school. But when Jake , a new kid who shares the same interests, joins the class, they set out to show their school, their parents and maybe even themselves how cool L.A.R.P.ing can really be.  

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

George Orwell 

         James and Amy have finally made it to the "1984 international strong-couples Competition" but it wasn't all fun and games. It was a road full of betrayal and broken hearts. 

         When an old flame and partner of Amy's comes back to throw a wrench in her plans she must chose between the lost love she threw away to follow her dreams or following her plans and go for the gold!  

Monday, March 19, 2012

"On The Road" - Jack Kerouac

"On The Road" - Jack Kerouac

Eddie and Floyd are Topeka's hottest comedy duo but things are starting to get a little stale around these parts so they've decided to pack up and hit the road, only to find they're not in kansas anymore!

After floyd loses their car and all their money in a poker game, Eddie's fast talkin' streetwise mouth gets them booked at new york's famous "Downtown Car Wash Comedy Club" for a one night only extravaganza that could a major break for their career, if they can get there on time. Will they make it to the show or will they become the laughingstock of Topeka?

Monday, March 12, 2012

"Everybody Poops" - Taro Gomi

"Everybody Poops" - Taro Gomi

In a world where art galleries are opening on every corner and everyone claims to be a starving artist only one group of people can regulate all that is right in the world, The Art Critic. Critic Davy Takahashi is about to find out what it's like to walk a mile in someone else's shoes when he accidentally becomes the worlds next Andy Warhol.

Hell bent to prove a point that not everybody can (or should) paint, he creates the masterpiece "Self, Ass, Duck, Apple". Things start getting out of hand when his world becomes a never-ending party, filled with sham friends and endless women. Is Davy meant for the artist life or will his pessimistic soul tear himself apart.

Sunday, March 4, 2012

"What to Expect When You're Expecting" by Heidi Murkoff and Sharon Mazel

"What to Expect When You're Expecting" by Heidi Murkoff and Sharon Mazel

Detective Mandy Anderson has a reputation of always getting her perps and has no problem doing whatever it takes to get them. This time she's going deep undercover in the seedy world of black market baby smuggling and has no idea how dirty she's about to get.

Armed with only a prosthetic baby bump molded onto her body and a .40 caliber Smith & Wesson taped to her leg,
she sets out to get answers and wont stop until she reaches the top. But when things start to get heated will Anderson keep this bun in the oven or will the kitchen be too hot to handle?

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Neuromancer - William Gibson

Neuromancer - William Gibson

Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll don't always come easy, especially when you're in a new wave techno pop band. Sometimes you just have to hit the pavement with a song in your heart and a demo tape in your back pocket and that's what "The Johnny-come-latelies" have set out to do, fronted by a power female vocalist, Shannon Holmes, and her brother "Mad" Maxwell laying down sick bass.

This brother and sister pop duo are determined to ride their new single "Neuromancer (love hate love song)" all the way to number one or die trying to fight the powers that have risen against them. Will they reach superstardom or will Mad Maxwell's addiction to online gaming take them to the darkest sides of the music industry.