By Barton McGuire
The Holy League of Rudy is a wierd, combined bag …
California, the overdue Nineteen Seventies: Tall and outfitted like linguini, Bobby “Bones” Braziano is an affable, mellowing effect on his wise-cracking, socially low-end acquaintances. Calling themselves the Holy League of Rudy, they're a pack of kooks and rowdies whose artistic knack for locating hassle is an never-ending resource of delight.
Bones’ cheerleader female friend, a baby of privilege and ambition, refuses to think about a destiny with Bones until he leaves his humble roots and madcap associates at the back of. With collage taking a look like demise via boredom, Bones volunteers for the chilly warfare, hoping he can see the realm and be all that he may be. Plopped down in a Kansas missile silo, he unearths all he might be is, good, not anything.
A tragedy regarding his father and an evening spent with a phantom from his previous mix to strength the reality on Bones: He’s no soldier, and his cheerleader’s “to do” record now contains males of her personal sort.
Just as he feels crushed and resigned, a awful missile catastrophe units Bones on a quest to recuperate his sanity. He returns to California and a wild reunion with neighbors, enemies, and the lady he inspiration he enjoyed. The truths he discovers approximately himself and the ghosts that hang-out his desires will depart you giggling, crying, and yearning extra exploits of Bones and corporate!
About the Author:
Originally from California, Barton McGuire has written different novels concerning the Holy League of Rudy.
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