Waiting for Gonzo
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Waiting for Gonzo

By Dave Cousins
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Book Description

Meet Oz . . . he's got a talent for trouble but his heart's always in the right place (well, nearly always). Uprooted from his friends and former life, Oz finds himself stranded in the sleepy village of Slowleigh. When a joke backfires on the first day at his new school, Oz attracts the attention of Isobel Skinner, the school psycho - but that's just the beginning. After causing an accident that puts his mum in hospital, Oz isn't exactly popular at home either. His
older sister's no help, but then she's got a problem of her own . . . one that's growing bigger by the day. Oz knows he's got to put things right, but life isn't that simple, especially when the only people still talking to you are a hobbit-obsessed kid and a voice in your own head! Packed with
action, heart and humour, Waiting for Gonzo takes you for a white-knuckle ride on the Wheel of Destiny as it careers out of control down the Hillside of Inevitability. The question is, do you go down laughing? Or grit your teeth and jump off?

Table of Contents
  • Cover
  • Title
  • Copyright
  • Dedication
  • Message to Gonzo
  • The Beginning G Minus 245
    • One Doing a Pete Taylor
    • Two Kecks
    • Three Dead Frank
    • Four Tasting Burnt Rubber in the Air
    • Five Like the Song Says …
    • Six OMG
    • Seven Eating Cushion
    • Eight ‘Like Poking a Wasps’ Nest with a Stick’
    • Nine Kind of Impressive
    • Ten Foam Shrimp Alien
    • Eleven Seriously Scary
    • Twelve The Three Second Rule
    • Thirteen ‘Wish me luck’
    • Fourteen Swimming to the Moon
    • Fifteen ‘Now That’s what I Call a Disaster’
    • Sixteen How to Make Friends
    • Seventeen ‘Did I Miss Something?’
    • Eighteen ‘So many Choices’
    • Nineteen A Boy with Blue Hair
    • Twenty ‘Just Say Thank you And Don’t ask Questions’
    • Twenty-One The Moment I Realized What an Idiot I’d Been
  • The Middle G Minus 199
    • Twenty-Two Some Weird Sign of Affection
    • Twenty-Three A Peace Offering
    • Twenty-Four A Whole New Perspective on Things
    • Twenty-Five ‘You can’t go Straight from the Beatles to Dead Frank’
    • Twenty-Six The Importance of Being Gonzo
    • Twenty-Seven ‘You Should Never Kick a Pig’
    • Twenty-Eight The Life-Sucking Brick of Nonsense
  • The End G minus 72
    • Twenty-Nine ‘It’s Like You’ve Got a Whole Other Person in There’
    • Thirty ‘When did you Get to be so Interesting?’
    • Thirty-One Way Beyond the Call of Duty
    • Thirty-Two Something Stupid
    • Thirty-Three ‘Can you Even do an owl Noise?’
    • Thirty-Four ‘You’re Either in or Out’
    • Thirty-Five ‘I’ve Never Been a Bad Guy Before’
    • Thirty-Six A week on Saturday
    • Thirty-Seven Worst Case Scenario
    • Thirty-Eight ‘Just Keeping an Eye on Everything’
    • Thirty-Nine ‘Time to Man-up and Accept the Consequences’
    • Forty G
  • About the Author
  • Acknowledgements
  • Sneak Peek
  • Further Information
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