Meet Shea. He’s difficult—he suffers from pathological problems with authority and an unrepentant truthfulness. When he’s not fixing computers in the library at Harvard Medical School, he’s tormenting middle managers, and feuding with his boss. But where in the Harvard employee manual does it say you have to behave perfectly at all times?
When one day he uncovers the administration’s secret plot to replace the library with a Starbucks cafe, Shea decides to stop them. He soon finds himself on a collision course with just about everyone, including a vivacious librarian named Astrid who doesn’t quite agree that stealing the world’s most famous skull is the best way to save a library. What follows is a comical and heart-warming tale of a misfit breaking all the rules in his quest to become a better person.
Shea has hatched an ingenious plan to save a Harvard library from being turned into a Starbucks cafe. Unfortunately, that plan hinged on stealing a skull and not losing it afterwards. Or getting grabbed by security guards and kicked in the head, for that matter.
Still, what else could go wrong at this point?
Shea remains optimistic that he can both steal the skull and save the library from evil forces, but it’s going to be tricky. So far, he’s had to contend with a cabal of hackers, his aggravatingly friendly boss, Hector, and a decidedly creepy Harvard psychiatrist who, Shea suspects, probably wanted to eat him.
It’s going to take all his ingenuity to out-think his adversaries and overcome his various personality issues. Unfortunately, there are far crazier people than Shea on the loose at Harvard Medical School. And that’s not counting the ghosts…
This omnibus edition contains The Harvard Skull Fiasco and Rise of the Blue Bandicoot.
This ebook-only edition will be updated when the third book in the the trilogy is published. So, buying The Blue Bandicoot Saga now will score you the third book in the series for free, when it comes out. All you’ll need to do is re-download it from Amazon.