School for Scumbags

School for Scumbags Habitual teenage delinquent Wayne Banstead is expelled from yet another school for sticking up the tuck shop and finds himself hauled off to Gafin School for Misdirected Boys a special school for spec

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  • Title: School for Scumbags
  • Author: Danny King
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 214
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Habitual teenage delinquent Wayne Banstead is expelled from yet another school for sticking up the tuck shop and finds himself hauled off to Gafin School for Misdirected Boys a special school for special children It plays host to the worst of the worst, the cream of teenage offending thieves, bullies, arsonists and flashers The teachers should have their work cutHabitual teenage delinquent Wayne Banstead is expelled from yet another school for sticking up the tuck shop and finds himself hauled off to Gafin School for Misdirected Boys a special school for special children It plays host to the worst of the worst, the cream of teenage offending thieves, bullies, arsonists and flashers The teachers should have their work cut out, but things aren t quite what they seem at Gafin School Far from rehabilitating the boys, the teachers seem intent on instructing them in how to get away with things The pros, the cons and the downfalls are all set out like an algebra equation Even the school motto is a bit dodgy Heliarnos Eto Umminass, or Help Yourselves Boys With careful tutoring, Wayne Banstead and his classmates are about to take a step up into the big leagues But in the big leagues, the big boys play for keeps With scores of dead arms, a playground s worth of F words and a slam bam robbery at its heart, this tale is definitely not for kids.

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    1. 'Here at Gafin we take a different approach. We educate young men about crime, show them the effects of their actions, the consequences and pointlessness of indiscriminate robbing. Much of the young criminal's drive is about curiosity. "Can I get away with it?" "Have I got the bottle?" "Have I got the skill?" The teachers at Gafin will show you what you can get away with, test you to the very limit of your bottle, and even teach you the skills to steal'That was all 15-year-old, "born thief" Wayn [...]

    2. This review also appears on my blog at silashruparell.My one liner: Criminal capers from a fun easy to read author imparting a few insights into the do’s and don’ts of how to be a master criminalThe Gafin principle: Every criminal gets caught. Every criminal gets caught. The Gafin principle measures whether or not it was worth it. As an example, a Mr Matthews is convicted for 5 crimes, for which he made £500 each. And he serves five years in prison, or approximately 250 weeks. So his weekly [...]

    3. This was amazing, i couldn't put it down! although it took a while to get into, when i did, the twists and turns in the plot kept me interested and the unexpected ending kept the pace of the book right up to the very last word.

    4. If PG Wodehouse and Tom Sharpe had co written Oceans 11,the end result would be something like this. Very funny.

    5. What do you do when you've run out of schools to be expelled from, but are still too young to be out of school for good?And What do you do if you are a master criminal and want to pull of one of the biggest heists in London's history?Well, if you are the master criminal, you start a pseudo-school. You entice all of the little rule breakers that can't seem to manage to stay in school to come to your boarding school - at no cost to them. Then, you narrow the class down to your finest 16 and boot t [...]

    6. It's pretty simple -- if you like the title and the premise of a comedy set amidst a very special school in London for delinquent teenage boys, then you're probably going to like this book. Wayne is a teen terror who sees little point in following the rules, and after holding up his school's snack shop with a pellet gun, is all set to be shipped off to a awful-sounding boarding school for troublesome boys. However, when a slot at the tuition-free Gafin School is offered, his parents place him th [...]

    7. Like Henchmen's Bookclub, this King book is a 4-star premise that gets bogged down with1. Bad editing: Characters are tied to chairs one instant and not the next. 2. Confusing typos: More than once the word "not" was left out of a sentence. That can make a fairly large impact on the story line.3. Uneven pacing: Too much time was spent setting up the story and not enough with the resolution. All in all, the ending felt rushed.I'm not going to give up on King--not quite yet.

    8. This book was awesome. The first few pages were a bit of a drag but stick with it, hilarity ensures. I was in tears laughing so hard at some of the content of this book. This book reminded me of my family and my childhood. I thought very similar to the main character at times. The end was a bit rushed for me but I liked it, I would definitely check out more from this author.

    9. Undoubtedly one of my favourite books.Sure, it requires a little bit of suspension of disbelief; it's a silly, possible not plausible premise, but it's worth it. Superbly written, hilarious in places and just cannot be put down. For me, one of the most readable books of the last 100 years.

    10. BrilliantI really want to attend this school, again like the last book I've read I laughed my way through certain parts and I'm guaranteeing you will too.Buy it you won't be disappointed

    11. I didn't think I was going to enjoy this one at the start, but the characters become likeable and the story moves at a fast pace which kept me interested. Good source of reference for my criminal future ;-)

    12. comical yarn about a group of the most misbehaved scchool kids who get lumped together to get trained to commit the perfect crime

    13. Very funny, fast-paced and engaging. Great use of puns. A life-saver while I was stuck on a delayed train and then while waiting in A&E - made both experiences enjoyable.

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