No Good Deed (Hardcover)
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At a summer camp for teens who want to Save The World!™ by launching campaigns with names such as Men’s Rights, Anti-Robotics, S.P.E.W. (we never actually find out what this stands for), and Boycott Camp, is it any surprise that campers quickly turn to sabotage when a grand prize is introduced to the mix? (It’s an unpaid internship, but hey, millennials will take what they can get these days.) Needless to say, hilarity ensues, especially with the arrival of movie star Ashley Woodstone (who some of you may recognize from Kill the Boy Band) and her campaign, Eat Dirt. But hidden within this humorous take on the classic summer camp novel is an incredibly insightful look at the shortcomings and pitfalls of modern-day activism that everyone should take to heart.— From Kinsey's Picks
Gregor Maravilla doesn't want much. Just to feed all the starving children. That's why he goes to Camp Save the World, a summer program for teen activists who care about making a difference. What could be better?
It's almost perfect. Except some of these causes are kind of...strange. Like Eat Dirt--a campaign started by up-and-coming actress Ashley Woodstone. Gregor wasn't a fan of her work before, and he's certain she's only there now because of her fame. But Gregor is determinged to not let her ruin his experience.
And then the contest is announced. That's when the sabotage starts. They want to see who can do the most good. But that leads to the most bad.
No good deed goes unpunished.
About the Author
Goldy Moldavsky writes YA fiction from her hometown of Brooklyn. She studied journalism in college, where she got to interview some cool celebrities for her school paper. After a bit she realized it'd be more fun making up stories about celebrities, so that's what she does in her writing. Some of her influences include Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the esteemed works of John Irving, and the Mexican telenovelas she grew up watching with her mother.