Synopses & Reviews
Can you save fire island before it’s too late?
It was supposed to be a nice, relaxing weekend—with a little swimming, a lot of cocktails, and more hot bods than a year’s subscription to Men’s Health magazine. But when a vat of radioactive waste washes onto the beach, strange things start happening—and now an army of zombie drag queens is storming the coast! Can you save Fire Island before it’s too late? Or will you perish at the hands of a thousand shrieking divas? It all depends on the choices YOU make.
If you run toward the nearest ferry terminal, turn to page 44. If you flirt with the cute twink, turn to page 55. If you throw caution to the wind and join the nearest circuit party, turn to page 80.
What happens next? That depends on YOU! How does the story end? Only YOU can find out! Best of all, you can read this book again and again until you’ve had 29 amazing adventures!
This hilarious sci-fi parody chronicles one man's weekend vacation on Fire Island, where he's called upon to save the resort from a plague of zombie drag queens.
Remember the best-selling Choose Your Own Adventure series that you read as a child? This hilarious parody features the same format and similar illustrations - but the story is a whole new kind of adventure! Like an interactive version of Queer as Folk or Sex in the City, the story chronicles your weekend vacation on Fire Island, where you're hoping to find true love. What you find instead is much more shocking - a deadly plague of Zombie Drag Queens - and it's up to you to save Fire Island from an army of shrieking divas!
This hilarious sci-fi parody chronicles one man s weekend vacation on Fire Island, where-amid all the cocktails, Speedos, and circuit parties-he s hoping to find true love. But these amorous plans are foiled when a vat of toxic waste washes ashore-and it s up to him to save Fire Island from a plague of zombie drag queens
On every page, YOU have control of the story: If you ask the lifeguard to bring you to the sheriff s office, turn to page 108. If you ask the lifeguard to warn everyone at the night club, turn to page 32. If you ask the lifeguard if he d like to work out sometime, turn to page 140.
With more than 35 illustrations throughout-and more hot bods than a year s subscription to Men s Health magazine-Escape from Fire Island is the most campy and hilarious read of the summer.