Book Review: The Inbetweeners Yearbook
The Inbetweeners boys are back with the Rudge Park School yearbook, lovingly edited by brief-case toting Will.
The Inbetweeners Yearbook
Damon Beesley and Iain Morris
FOLLOWING the success of their summer box-office smash The Inbetweeners Movie, Simon, Jay, Will and Neil have decided to further reward fans of their award-winning TV series with (their idea of) a book.
Brief case-toting Will McKenzie has been entrusted to edit the Rudge Park yearbook by his imposing headmaster, Mr Gilbert and, predictably, his three delinquent friends feature heavily.
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Sensitive Simon provides some of his masterful ‘Love Poetry’ and self-appointed sex-guru Jay has devised a toe-curling A-Z of Sex.
In a bid to recapture some of the group’s summer holiday antics with Jay’s family at a muddy, dull caravan park, Simon has decided to include the Camber Sands Caravan Club newsletter, which is I’m sure exactly the kind of whimsical school memory Rudge Park students were hoping for in their yearbook.
- 1 Father-of-five murdered due to 'drug deal dispute gone wrong'
- 2 Man charged after knife found in St Neots police raid
- 3 Seven men jailed for stealing bikes worth £70k
- 4 Axe seized and two people charged for drink driving in St Ives
- 5 Over 100 modern slavery victims rescued in Cambridgeshire
- 6 Shocks all round as police pull over 'white van man'
- 7 WATCH: Flying Scotsman steams through Cambridgeshire Fens
- 8 Jail for 'despicable' burglary on 93-year-old man with dementia
- 9 Reflect on the 'rich tints of Autumn' at open gardens this weekend
- 10 St Neots schoolgirl takes on bike ride for Children in Need
Not wanting to be left out, dullard Neil has contributed his Biology coursework, entitled ‘Do You Put the Balls In?’ He also offers some charming illustrations and shares his unconventional UCAS application.
The Inbetweeners Yearbook is an inventive take on a TV series companion book and fans are sure to enjoy the narrative from much-missed characters.
As is to be expected (if you’ve ever seen the TV show) the book features plenty of foul language and graphic sexual content.