I loved this book, I finished it in like 2/3 days. I would definitely read more by the author, and definitely more involving these characters. The lifes the lead and trouble they get themselves into is the kind of stuff you wish you were doing while you’re sitting around. So I guess reading about it is the second best thing.
I’m not huge into theatre or anything like that, but the eccentricities of these characters are so much fun—they’re not your everyday character and therefore are much more interesting to read about—they’re the type of people we were probably friends with, because like in Revenge of the Nerds, theres a lot more of us, than there are of you.