"Last Thursday evening everything changed so much I almost didn't notice. My toothbrush grew two more bristles. Mayonnaise was a shade whiter. Some words had a few extra vowels. My ear wax smelled a bit like vanilla. (Don't ask.) My toes were even a little less crooked. Just a little. Everything was off."
— Wilkin Delgado

Waiting for the Voo is the story of a 13-year-old boy from Minnesota named Wilkin Delgado and a tug-o-war champion, gray-haired, exiled 14-year-old tattooed Missouri girl with serious anger issues by the name of Alice Jane Zelinski.

"You have to understand that I'm something of a legend in Missouri as the three-time tug-o-war champion of Jackson County. I'm not exaggerating when I tell you that my fingers are listed as lethal weapons in three counties, five small towns and a Texaco station near Columbia."
— Alice Jane Zelinski

Wilkin and Alice Jane join forces with an intergalactic, flip-flop wearing plumber named Cardamon Webb to fix a nasty sewage problem that threatens to destroy the universe. Along the way the three—and one or two others—must deal with a spiky monster, a ch-duck, an ancient book, a rat, a pair of ostriches and the mysterious Voo.

"We need to repair a significant something—plug a rather large hole, if you will—on this side, of course."
— Cardamon Webb

Can the universe be saved? Probably not.

"the way ammerman allows the characters to interpret their rather grim circumstances is cleverly authentic."
– indiereader (5-star review)
IndieReader named Waiting for the Voo (Book 1), one of the "Best Indie Books of 2014."

You can order Waiting for the Voo and the rest of The Warrensberg Trilogy (Escape from Dorkville and The Last Ma-Loo) from your local neighborhood bookseller. That's where I'd go.

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