Blaze Union and the Puddin' Head Schools

Fiction - Humor/Comedy
402 Pages
Reviewed on 09/24/2023
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Author Biography

W.T. Kosmos is a humorist author who dives into today’s social absurdities, the boundless depth of human potential, and the infinite marvels of the evolving universe. He is the alter ego (pen name) of a life-long educator who has had the great privilege and joy of serving as a teacher and school administrator while collaborating with some of the most fabulous people in the world. W.T. Kosmos lives along the coast of Paradox, USA, Earth, Milky Way and enjoys reading, writing, walking the beach, wrestling with his dogs, and snorkeling with Regal the seahorse.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Amy Raines for Readers' Favorite

In Blaze Union and the Puddin’ Head Schools by W.T. Kosmos, a teen, impressed by the students' passion for protecting seahorses, runs into some problems. A protester and media frenzy that shows the most absurd behavior and idea makes the teen think that taking a break is a good idea. In search of schools even more absurd, the teen heads to Puddin’ Head Island School to find even stranger ideas like big hands not being as skillful as small hands for offense in soccer. Baking disasters occur when the Bigs make cookies and cakes from outlandish ingredients, and the Smalls still compliment them as they eat the disgusting treats. What absurdity will be found at the next school in the next Region? Will Blaze be expelled from everywhere or be forced to drop out for fighting nonsensical school rules?

Blaze Union and the Puddin’ Head Schools is an absolutely hilarious story that had me laughing at the odd behaviors presented in every chapter. I had a lot of fun reading about Blaze and the rest of the characters that made this funny story the crazy ride it is. I absolutely love the parallels to some of the most ridiculous behaviors that humanity has had to offer in recent years, and I applaud the concept of a student who isn’t afraid to stand up for what’s right and try to change the most absurd rules. I recommend Blaze Union and the Puddin’ Head Schools to anyone who is ready to have a good laugh and maybe learn something new along the way. I hope that W.T. Kosmos has many more stories like this one waiting in the wings that will give readers a good laugh.