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One thing I do these days is write nonfiction books about freelance programming (yawn..).. but one day I hope to write some fiction as enjoyable and elegantly puerile as this series.
For fans of the the YIR books this will be a great conclusion to the so unanswered question
Given that I enjoyed it because of my fandom for the series, this book was just okay. CD Payne reuses the same formula he has used for the stories of every character he's written about - Nick, Scott, and the main characters in Invisibly Yours and Cheeky Swimsuits. There were a couple of moments where I laughed and I still finished the book without falling asleep but the novel particularly the ending still left a lot to be desired.
I'd recommend this book to any Twisp fan and I will still read any books in the series following this book. But this book was probably the least engaging of any of CD Payne's novels minus Frisco Pigeon Mambo and Civic Beauties.