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    Geekhood: Mission Improbable – Andy Robb (Geekhood #2)

    ***Please note that whilst I have tried not to include any spoilers of this book, there may be some within my review for its predecessor, Geekhood: Close Encounters of the Girl Kind***“I hate being late. Especially when I don’t have a choice in the matter. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t mind a Wednesday trip to the dentist. In geek terms, its the closest you’ll ever get to the thrill of bunking off school. There’s even something vaguely satisfying about lying back in a chair, with a mouth full of fingers and looking up a man’s hairy nostrils, knowing that your mates are up to their oreilles in French.” Archie’s…

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    Geekhood: Close encounters of the Girl Kind – Andy Robb

    “There are better ways to wake up. One would be to be nudged into consciousness after a night of Abandoned Passion with Katy Ford. (But, short of selling my soul on eBay, any form of Abandoned Passion will have to remain on a solo flight.)” Archie is a geek; he spends his life holed away in his room painting miniature witches and gargoyles. He is a level 5 Mage capable of summoning the dead, but thats only in the world of role-playing games. in real life he’s a fourteen year old boy with problems, his mothers a know-it-all, his fathers dropping a bombshell, his stepfathers a Tosser and he’s got…