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Waiting for Gonzo Waiting for Gonzo

By: Dave Cousins
Specs: Trade Paperback | 9780738741994
English  |  288 pages | 5 x 8 IN
Pub Date: January 2015
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A comic, heartfelt story about new beginnings, friendship, and family ties

Oz has a talent for trouble, but his heart's usually in the right place. When a joke backfires at his new school, Oz attracts the attention of Isobel Skinner, the school psycho—and that's just the beginning. After causing an accident that puts his mom in the hospital, Oz isn't popular at home, either. His older sister's no help, but she's got a problem of her own . . . one that's growing bigger by the day.

Packed with action, heart, and humor, Waiting for Gonzo chronicles Oz's efforts to put things right. But life isn't that simple, especially when the only people still talking to Oz are a hobbit-obsessed kid and a voice in his own head.

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