"A highly readable balance of humor, heart, self-discovery, and shenanigans." — The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
"Christian values are conveyed with humor, devoid of potentially preachy pitfalls." — School Library Journal
"Features multifaceted teens whose faith is integrated with their thinking but doesn't define them completely . . . [A]n upbeat read with a unique premise, great settings, and just a little more." — Booklist
About the Author
Antony John won the Schneider Family Book Award for his novel Five Flavors of Dumb
. As a choirboy in England, he got to hear a whole lot of confusing theological discussions. Throw in a spiritual connection with Route 66, and you get Thou Shalt Not Road Trip
. He lives with his family in St. Louis, Missouri.