Item description for Road Surf: Goofyfoot Gurl #5 (Goofyfoot Gurl #5) by Realbuzz Studios...
Overview The Goofyfoot Gurl series focuses on Suki Leiber-a surfer girl who is the hub of a diverse circle of friends from both sides of the pier in OC, California.Suki, Pooja, and Chardonnay decide Joplin needs a surprise to cheer him up, so in the classic road trip tradition, off they go to Florida! Friendships evolve as mysteries are seemingly resolved, but when Suki calls her mystery man from the road, she hears something that threatens to wipe-out the relationship!
Publishers Description Suki's trading in waves for the open road . . . but are there warning signs ahead? Suki, Pooja, and Chardonnay hit the road to surprise a friend in dire need of some serious cheering up. Miami, here they come Along the way, the trio learns the truth about life and love. But the further they get from home the more mysteries seem to be piling up behind them--and Suki wonders if she's the only girl in Zip's heart
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8" Width: 5.82" Height: 0.24" Weight: 0.39 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2008
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Grade Level High School
Series Goofyfoot Gurl
Series Number 5
ISBN 1595544143 ISBN13 9781595544148 UPC 020049133385
Reviews - What do customers think about Road Surf: Goofyfoot Gurl #5?
Not Quite The Same Jun 2, 2009
The four books that began Goofyfoot Gurl were incredible--Amazing art and writing just as the other books Realbuzz Studios came out with. I was very excited to get my hands on the next edition--but now I think, perhaps it would had been better left alone.
The first thing that I noticed was that the art was different. At first I couldn't quite figure it out--the characters looked stiff and the same. Where Tony Weinstock, the artist of the first four, had a way of making beautiful flow and characters different, this art looks forced. All the men have the same body type, all the women have the same body type. I did not immediately recognize Scott, Ray, Beau, Zachai, or Suki's parents. I felt like I had lost many good friends.
Though the script flow and reactions were what I had expected, it didn't feel the same because the characters looked so different. Even a scene where Zachai kisses Pooja, it looked dorky and forced.
The colorist was still the same, and she does a beautiful job, but I think it was more beautiful with Tony as the "Hot Dogger".
If you are intent on owning every book in the Goofyfoot Gurl series, buy this book. But if you value the series for the characters, like I did, pass on this book. You won't be missing anything.