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Rex Golden just wants to get through high school without getting beat up or expelled (again). But his crush on the hottest girl in school and his smart mouth seem determined to make sure one of both of those things happens before the end of the first semester!

It's bad enough smokin' hot Morgan LaFever thinks he and his best friends Lance and Gwen are the biggest nerds in school, but then he goes and gets the lead in the school production of Romeo & Juliet opposite her! This makes her no-neck boyfriend hate him even more, and when things finally come to a confrontation, Rex suddenly finds mad fighting skills coming out of nowhere!

You think your high school was rough? Try being the reincarnated legendary King of England, and still having crap grades in trigonometry!

From the best-selling author of The Black Knight Chronicles comes this teenaged adventure that asks "What if King Arthur were an American teenager today?"

©2014 John G. Hartness (P)2016 John G. Hartness

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One Great job by John Hartness was sad when it ended. I hope there is more. Nick Russo really brings it to life.

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