From Frank Portman, (a.k.a.
Dr. Frank) of the band the Mr. T Experience, comes the long-awaited sequel to
the beloved cult classic King Dork, of which John Green, author of The Fault in
Our Stars, said,
“Basically, if you are a human being with even a vague grasp of the English
language, King Dork will rock your world.”
Aside from the stitches and
the head wound, Tom Henderson is the same old King Dork. Tom is still trying to
work out who to finger for the new scar on his forehead, the memory loss, and
his father’s mysterious death. But illicit female hospital visitations, The Catcher in
the Rye, and
the Hillmont High sex-pocalypse have made him a semi-new man.
What doesn’t make you
stronger can kill you, though, and tenth grade, part two, promises to be a
killer. Tom’s down one bloodstained army coat and one Little Big Tom, and now
his most deeply held beliefs about alphabetical-order friendship, recycling,
girls, rock and roll, and the stitching on jeans are about to totally and
utterly fall apart. If only a female robot’s notes could solve problems, he’d
be in the clear.
Oh yeah, and he’s kind of
made out with anywhere from three to nineteen girls but mostly just two. So
King Dork Approximately—it feels like the first time. Like the very first
time. Download and start listening now!