Annie Gomez and the Gigantic Foot of Doom
Too smart, too tall, too cool to be popular, 10th grader Annie Gomez finds that two alien forces are trying to control her mind. Why not, she thinks. Everyone else is!
She knows that one group of aliens is trying to destroy humanity and the other is trying to save it. Despite her desperate efforts, and those of her group of fellow outcasts, she can't tell which is which! As the Gigantic Foot descends on humanity, Annie holds the world's fate in her trembling hands like a piece of too-greasy pizza.
Reviews of Annie Gomez and the Gigantic Foot of Doom:
"I didn't really get it."
Ed Ferguson, gym teacher
"I like to read in the bathroom and this was as good as anything. Well, almost anything."
Francine Botachek, retired cheerleader
"Brilliant story of a young magician whose parents were killed by the greatest evil of all time. Despite tremendous odds, he triumphs in the end, but not after an extended series of adventures with his chums. Oh, wait. You mean this little book over here?"
"I like started at the beginning of it and then I like sorta forgot where I was and sorta slid into the middle, which was cool. It was cool, you know what I mean, and then I had a brownie and I'm kinda like wondering what happened to my pants. Anyway..."
Can I get back to ya on the name thing?
"It was ok but it's not the NY Times."
The NY Times
"The children in this book are not real! Don't ever do what they do! Problems must be solved by adults. And for goodness sake put your pants on."
"If Jay Cutts is not yet [in] an institution, he should be, and soon."
Better Homes and Gargoyles