Sean Hance doesn’t want any part of Coop’s plan to win TerrorFest with an ultra- low-budget horror flick until he realizes that the prize money would let him build. [A]ll we ever get out of Coop’s schemes are headaches and heartbreaks,” opines high school sophomore Sean, who gets his turn narrating in. Call the Shots. image. And action! As the uproarious trio returns, sensitive Sean takes the spotlight? scripting a low-low-budget film while fielding unexpected.
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The plot is as hilarious as ever, filled with laugh-out-loud scenes and painful embarrassments.
Sean Hance is facing a bunch of upcoming challenges in his life. I enjoyed the whole book over all and I’m excited to read the second shotd of the series.
I would have loved for this important subplot be explored and expanded upon. Coop convinces Sean and Matt to join him in a scheme that he guarantees will reward them with more than enough cash to put an extension on Sean’s house. I wanna keep reading about them.
He deals with complex situations by sniffing his palm, which I thought was a nice tye. Unfortunately Sean’s a little bummed about a few things– namely that his mother is going to have a baby leaving him to room with his twin sister who is going through a Gothic phase who we met in previous books and both of the other boys thee steady girlfriends while he does not.
I think there are five levels of trouble in one particular scene. In the end, I think Calame also did a good job with developing the characters. Coop and his gang of friends and actors are convinced shot going to work and stay hopeful. Don Calame did a great job of incorporating the humour into the storylines, and also was able to add snots sweet notes in the middle. To me, it read like a modern day Bruno and Boots kind of thing, like Gordon Korman with lots of swearing and very up-to-date technology.
Call the Shots
By creating a big block buster movie of course. This novel is told from Sean’s perspective: Apr 10, Dylan rated it it was amazing. Call the Shots contains more of the same antics tge Sean, Cooper, and Matt. I’m usually a stickler for reading a series in chronological order but these are pretty much independent of each other–no real spoilers and no prequel background needed.
Call the Shots by Don Calame | : Books
Dec 14, Brooke Banks rated it did not like cakl Shelves: I would have liked to know more about his troubled past. Even with the serious stuff, this book was laugh out loud funny and it was always entertaining. They would take a bullet for each other. After this, fame and fortune sounds pretty good to Sean. Or real experience with acting. So yeah, this is a sappy review.
I couldn’t believe the stuff that Sean, Coop, Matt, and everyone else we Awesome book. Jul 27, Brian rated it really liked it Shelves: Pokemon and Star Wars.
Although there’s considerable drug-use by one adult character, and the a fore-mentioned decolletage fixations, there’s nothing here more offensive than found in the typical PG movie. Fast-paced and at times, totally raunchy, this one already has a waiting list in my classroom.
Quite the opposite, there is just enough humor, heart and action to keep the reader interested. We were rewarded for being eager beavers because this is one funny book – I said it was ‘hilarious’ but my year old daughter said that was because I am probably so old that the sense of humour this author uses seems more funny than it really is.
Male readers will particularly relish this one for its thoroughly honest look at the male psyche and motivation and the hilarious scenes that fill the book. I mentioned this before about Calame’s writing and this series, and I will say it again: In fact, I’ll confess to having snorted a few times as Cqlame moved rapidly through the book.
Also the humor is amazing, Don Calame was not holding back when he wrote this book.