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Reviewed by Kristen Van Kampen for Readers' Favorite
The F.L.U.B. Club: How the 'Future Fixer' Fixed My Future and Flubbed It Up Again by Richard Clark is an intriguing story that follows a boy named Marty. Marty and his friends created a club that Marty called the F.L.U.B. club, one that deals with coding, however people thought it was flub club, and the nickname stuck. Marty comes up with an idea for an app that could tell you your mood. He stays up all night making it, and in the morning, he and his friends test the app. The app seems to work, but then it went to static. Then suddenly a five-second clip shows through the static. They learn that the app shows the future. But is the five-second clip always accurate?
I really enjoyed reading The F.L.U.B. Club by Richard Clark. The book has many funny parts that made me laugh out loud. I liked how the book is written from Marty's point of view, because his point of view is really funny. The book is very modern, because it involves apps and coding. The characters are all very likeable, because they are smart and kind. I was hooked by the first page, and I didn't want to put the book down. The book was so good that I was sad to reach the end. The book is really fun to read, because it has comedy, action, and suspense. It's a real page-turner and will leave the reader wanting to know more. The book is very well written and descriptive, interesting and exciting. I would recommend this book to young and young adult readers.