Alistair Fury is out for revenge. No more running errands. No more being called 'Alice'! It's payback time for his embarrassing mum, his bone-idle dad, and his constantly teasing older brother and sister.
Only Alistair's two best friends - and this, his private diary - share his secrets. Culminating in a scene involving a snake, a toupee and a live TV broadcast, Alistair tries to wreak spectacular revenge but it doesn't exactly go according to plan . . .
In lively and accessible diary form, this is a story of family life at its funniest, packed with schoolboy humour .
The problems that go with being a younger sibling are well documented but Jamie Rix's take on the phenomenon is to appeal straight to the heart and humour of the matter
A hilarious series . . . Stand-up comedy in book form
If you've not come across this series, get ready for a severe injection of unconventionality . . . Jilts from random thought to comic memory
A perfect summer fun read . . . May particularly encourage reluctant readers