Freaky Deaky High: Killer Ride

Freaky Deaky High: Killer Ride

by T.D. Rizor

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From DEADLINE News: Charlie Matthau Developing T.D. Rizor's 'Freaky Deaky High' Book Series For TV



Adam's dream car, or worst nightmare?

Adam is stoked. He just turned 16. He wants a car more than anything... Well, almost more than anything. See, there's this girl. Her name is Ashley Johnson. Adam is convinced that if he can get his hands on a car, he can get his hands on — or at least have a chance with Ashley.

One small problem. Ashley is dating the star running back on the football team, Deuce McCallister. Adam hates that guy. And not just because he's dating Ashley. Deuce is a total jerk. If only Ashley realized how Adam truly felt about her — that it's more than some geeky sophomore schoolboy crush — she'd drop Deuce in a hot second. If only Adam had a way to show her... If only he had a car...

Be careful what you wish for...

On the night of his sixteenth birthday, Adam finds a Corvette in the woods with the keys in the ignition, and he decides to take it. Bad move. This is no ordinary ride. It's a killer ride.

Just as things begin to turn in Adam's favor, the car starts acting strange. It even tries to run down Deuce! It's as if the car has a mind of its own... But cars don't drive themselves, right? What seemed like Adam's dream car turns out to be his worst nightmare. The angry owner shows up to take the Corvette back, and before Adam knows it, his very life is in danger.

Can Adam figure out what's causing the car to act on its own? Can he win the heart of the girl he loves? But most of all, can he protect her from the wrath of his killer ride?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163199716
Publisher: Wishing Well Press LLC
Publication date: 12/23/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 282 KB

About the Author

T.D. RIZOR (pronounced RISE-er) once worked as personal assistant to children’s horror author R.L. Stine, but had to quit because it was too scary. Since then, he’s been writing his own stories. He lives and writes near the beach in North Carolina with his wife Aimee, and their son, Jeremiah.

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