Stay Sweet! Never Change!
by B.F. Accardi
rating: 5.0 (1 reviews)
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It's the final semester of the final year of high school, and Nate Noonan, Clayton Vorhees, Katie Van Wyk, and the rest of the graduating class of Lexington High are just hoping to get out before their school gets any nuttier. That will be a big challenge because Lexington High has a new head principal who never sees students or parents but delights in sending her teaching staff on aimless spy missions to rival schools; and an old vice principal who is obsessed with foiling a dangerous senior prank that the senior class can't generate any enthusiasm to plan. Meanwhile, perennially invisible underachiever, Chris Wattros, stumbles into the acceptance and popularity that he never really wanted when he is mistaken for his doppelgänger and wins the lead role in the school musical. Throughout the halls of LHS, students are becoming increasingly addicted to the banned app, "Drown The Cat." And senior Rick Quiros has gone missing, inspiring an outpouring of tributes and honors even though no one can recall ever seeing or talking to him. Nathan, Clayton, and Katie observe the absurdities of high school existence with wry humor while trying to achieve their personal academic goals: Nathan is one semester away from making good on his dream of maintaining a B average over four years of high school without ever turning in an assignment or taking a test. Clayton is determined to be perfectly average at everything he tries, convinced that mediocrity is the true path to lifelong happiness. And Katie is working hard to overcome the conviction held by her friends that she belongs with a much better class of people. Told from multiple perspectives of graduating seniors, Stay Sweet! Never Change! is a satire of high school absurdities. It's Wayside School for the graduating class and Catch-22 for public education--full of laughs and warmth that will ring true for anyone who has sat in a classroom and longed for the last days of school.
bound: 394 pages
publisher: Independently published (April 26, 2017)
isbn: 1521117039, 978-1521117033,
weight: 1.5 pounds (