The Quest for the Golden Plunger - Jackson Dickert

The Quest for the Golden Plunger

By Jackson Dickert

  • Release Date - Published: 2021-06-01
  • Book Genre: Humor
  • Author: Jackson Dickert
Our rating: 5/5 stars

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The Quest for the Golden Plunger Jackson Dickert read online review & book description:

If you put trouble-making teenagers in summer camp without adult supervision, you know what to expect... Comedy, chaos, and someone crapping in the shower. 

Troop 99 will have to survive a twisted game of paintball, outrun a rabid buck with tasers mounted to its antlers, and avoid getting in trouble with the camp staff if they want to stand a chance at winning the Golden Plunger.

Fifteen-year-old Do-Over wants to win Camp Winnebago's coveted Golden Plunger to score a free trip to a high-adventure camp with his fellow Adventure Rangers. But when the rival Troop 100 shows up, he knows it's going to be an uphill battle. Do-Over and the rest of Troop 99 are notorious for their terrible behavior, and they start living up to their reputation as soon as they get to camp.

Turbo Cakes falls in love with the camp nurse, Uncle Ruckus tries to get rich quick with chocolate laxatives, and Shovel becomes a walking target for bullies. Their antics snowball into an unstoppable sequence of events that may get them banned from camp forever...

Join Troop 99 on their annual summer trip to Camp Winnebago and experience their epic misadventures as they try to win the Golden Plunger. This fast-paced story is full of hysterical male adolescent humor that will make you laugh out loud, so don't read it in public or people will definitely give you strange looks.

This book is perfect for anyone who's ever known a Boy Scout, gone camping, or still laughs at poop jokes.

If you enjoy books like Swim the Fly, Dan Versus Nature, or Spanking Shakespeare, then you'll love this one. Those books got together, gave a human monkey a typewriter, and The Quest for the Golden Plunger was the result.

If you enjoy shows/movies like American Vandal, Camp Camp, or Superbad, then this book was straight up written for you. What the heck are you waiting for?

Don't forget your swim trunks as you set off on The Quest for the Golden Plunger, the funniest YA novel out there!

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  • Must Add to Your Summer Reading List

    5
    By Kaeli S
    The Quest for the Golden Plunger is a love letter to adolescence. It encapsulates everything that comes with growing up, while also reminding us why we tried so hard to stay young right when it was time to enter the real world. It showcases a cast of characters that take you by the hand and say, "We don't really know what we're doing either, but whatever it is that you want or where ever it is that you're wanting to go, we can supply the laughs while you figure out all the difficult details on your own." Pick up the book and return to the days of summer camp, or if you're like me, you'll finally feel like you're in the clique of people in your life who always reminisce on summer camp but you were too chicken about becoming a bear's personal trail-mix to every experience it for yourself. These kids will: -make you laugh (at the things that are easy to laugh at, and teach you to laugh when it's not always easy) -make you brave (a taser buck is almost scary enough to make me forego my total aversion to bears) -make you feel like you're part of something great (contemplating putting 'survived a summer with Troop 99' on all future resumés) Pick up the book when it comes out June 1st (I was lucky enough to receive an ARC) and travel back in time to the days of camp (or, if you're still a kid, hunker down and enjoy the age you are now with characters that you'll carry with you into adulthood and remember fondly). The author has crafted something great. Pick up the book and earn some merit badges, run from a taser buck, and always watch out for wheat pennies in the chili. Happy camping.
  • Hilarious and entertaining

    5
    By jasontlouro
    I found this book to be a hilarious and entertaining YA novel that mixes humor with strong characters and subtle coming-of-age themes. A great read for anyone who's been a boy or girl scout or been to summer camp! Guaranteed laughs 😁

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