BOO! By Simon Plaster, with a cast of a few of the very idiosyncratic and humorously twisted characters this side of Oklahoma City, together with his unforgettable female protagonist, little city reporter turned large, Henrietta, just could be among the writer's most enjoyable and LOL books yet. In BOO! , Plaster's most up-to-date novel, the writer takes satirical jabs in a number of subjects, such as sexual mores and the"Me Too" motion. It is a novel that will delight fans of Plaster's and anyone who loves reading satirical books that point from the milder side of contentious topics. Whether or not you are a supporter of the"Me Too" motion or a critic of it, then you are going to find something to laugh and consider at the pages of BOO!
Opens, Henrietta is operating in OKC composing for your OKC SCENE, also she's a new manager, Mr. Nigel Fleetwood, a guy who would like to select the book in a new leadership. Affecting a British accent, Fleetwood desires the OKC SCENE to integrate touches which have been staples of particular UK papers, such as including more scandalous tales about celebrities and political figures, together with photos of nude or semi-clothed girls.
Henrietta's boss asks she writes a narrative for its OKC SCENE about haunted houses in Oklahoma. Throughout her study on the internet, she reads about a haunted castle called LeRoy's Castle that's open to the general public and attributes"'almost live' entertainment" When Henrietta learns that the famed Hollywood producer/director Deano DeBoffo, a personality who Plaster has integrated in previous books in the show, intends to be there shortly, she senses that the makings of some fantastic news story.
DeBoffo's impending trip spurs lots of the perennial female personalities in Plaster's Henrietta collection of satirical novels to consider their previous experiences with himin a fresh light.
BOO! Is particularly pertinent to information events of now, together with all the controversy that surrounded Judge Kavanaugh's confirmation as a Supreme Court Justice among the most recent news reports concerning the claims that girls have come forward with seeing their having been sexually harassed. There's not any doubt that the subject of sexual harassment is a really severe one, and it's a tragedy that lots of women have encounters with having been sexually harassed. It is sometimes a tricky thing to pull satirizing serious issues like sexual harassment, but Simon Plaster is much more than up to this job from the webpages of BOO! If you are a lover of studying entertaining satirical books including traces of spooky Halloween fun, just in time for the approaching vacation, then you may wish to check out BOO! And insert it to your reading lists now!