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Guy Langman, Crime Scene Procrastinator by Josh Berk
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Sep 15, 11

I have to give this book 5 out of 5 stars. Seriously, Guy Langman is hilarious and real. The random thoughts that float through this amateur crime scene investigators mind are so spot on that you can’t help but cheer for him. Guy Langman is a high school junior dealing with the “what if’s” in life, after the death of his father. He’s made an art out of not trying too hard and in many respects has been able to get by just under the radar at least in his mind.

However, Guys’ best friend Anoop has plans for his immediate future and through a series of events manages to get Guy into an after-school forensics course. Guy bumbles through the course with extremely dry humor and wit to find that many things are not as they seem. Guy learns a number of valuable things about himself and the people around him through forensics and tons of laughs. You will hear his story through quirky insight and mini-nuggets of “life lessons” that are chock full of random oddities.

If you are into snarky humor and genuine characters with oodles of depth and strength, then I am completely positive you will enjoy this book. Kudos to you Mr. Berk and Happy reading!


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