My Favorite Band Does Not Exist by Robert T. Jeschonek

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Sixteen-year-old genius Idea Deity believes that he exists only in the pages of a novel written by a malevolent, omnipotent author . . . and that he will die in chapter 64. Meanwhile, an older teen named Reacher Mirage sings lead vocals for the undercover rock band Youforia . . . a band that exists in Idea’s world only as an Internet hoax that Idea himself perpetuated. Then there’s beautiful and mysterious Eunice Truant, who links their destinies. When Idea and Reacher plunge into the reality of Fireskull’s Revenant, the twisted epic fantasy novel they’ve both been reading, chapter 64 bears down on them like a speeding freight train on an unstoppable collision course. Being trapped in a bad book can be a nightmare. Just ask Idea Deity.

 

About Robert T. Jeschonek

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Robert T. Jeschonek's short stories have appeared in anthologies published by DAW (a science fiction and fantasy imprint of Penguin), several Star Trek anthologies published by Pocket Books, and in numerous print and online magazines. He has also written stories for DC Comics and is working on a Twitter serial called "Shave," forthcoming in 2011. For more information, please visit him on the web at www.thefictioneer.com. This is Robert's first novel. He lives in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
 
Published July 11, 2011 by Clarion Books. 341 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Guys with weird names, girls with creepy tattoos and a splintered universe form the core of this novel that’s so meta it loses itself to its own cleverness.

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If you liked the world jumping reality of Going Bovine , the magical mahem of The Wee Free Men or the paranormal humor of Hold Me Closer Necromancer, My Favorite Band Does Not Exist might just be the book for you.

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While stewing over these unexplained happenings, Idea and Reacher are both reading the same terrible fantasy novel, Fireskull’s Revenant (the cover of which appears on the back of the book).

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