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Jeremy Heere is convinced that people are born Cool: "See, because being Cool is obviously the most important thing on earth It's more important than getting a job, or having a girlfriend, or political power, or money, because all those things are predicated by Coolness." And he hasn't got it. Every day he yearns hopelessly for beautiful Christine. Then, one day he gets a squip--a tiny quantum supercomputer that looks like a little gray capsule and when swallowed becomes a voice in his head instructing him in the ways of Cool. Soon, every gril he admires is his--including Christine. But when the squip turns malevolent in its merciless pursuit of the goal, Jeremy begins to realize that Cool is not as cool as he thought it was. (ages 14 up) --Patty Campbell --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Definitly used, it was an old library book. Had a plastic cover and a library tag which I ripped off. Other than that, a great buy!Published 4 months ago by Zack Zhang
I discovered Ned Vizzini's books at a Borders about four years ago. There it was, my first book written by Ned, 'It's Kind of a Funny Story', getting lost among the other books,... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Stephanie L.
The concept of this book is still one of the most interesting concepts I've come about. The execution was a little lacking, but it was still a pretty good book.Published 16 months ago by Alyssa
I ordered this for my friends birthday. I was afraid that it would not come in time, but the package came early! Read morePublished 18 months ago by Reagan
Near perfect condition and such a great book!! Wish there was a second! Also liked that although its a softcover book, it was made hard and practically waterproof!Published 19 months ago by Mika
This was by far the best book I've ever read. While a lot of people might complain about the language and focus on sex, those people clearly haven't been in a suburban 2013 high... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Matt
The book was labeled "young adult," but it is vulgar, has a lot to do with how to be "Cool" which involves flirting and -of course- sex. Read morePublished on April 19, 2013 by noble strength