Hugo loves Tank and Rainbow loves Hugo and Piper loves Sarah who’s determined to love Zack while Hilary stalks Motor-mouth.
Meanwhile Motor-mouth loves Suck-face and Suck-face loves Motor-mouth - but right now Suck-face is more concerned with losing her virginity before the end of the world. Which is understandable. Everyday there's a new apocalypse to choose from - global warming, terrorism, ebola. If that wasn't bad enough - Trump is in the Whitehouse, their beloved science teacher is dead, the last polar bear on the planet is about to drown - and a solar flare is on the way to incinerate the planet.
Enter mysterious new girl - Blasko Tupper - only daughter of devoted parents and international spies Penelope and Christopher. Blasko is weird. Blasko is lonely. Blasko has their science teacher's brain in a jar and wants to escape with it through a cosmic wormhole linking this dimension with the next. Highly intelligent, handy with a chainsaw - and thoroughly skilled in the dark arts - Blasko embarks on a rebellious mission.
Step one: Drug her parents and lock them up. Step two: Invite her new friends to ‘the party to end all parties’ and kidnap them. Step three: Blow everyone up and transport their consciousness through the wormhole. Which seems like a perfectly reasonable plan - until Penelope and Christopher escape - and kick-start a zombie apocalypse.
As the bodies pile up, Blasko has no choice but to confront her mother and father. Meanwhile the fate of the next dimension rests on the shoulders of Motor-mouth and Suck-face - armed only with their passion for each other, a totem tennis pole and a brain in a jar. But where there’s love there’s hope.