Death, Resurrection, and Rock and Roll. Book 2 in the Pan-Galactic Prom Show duology. Hundreds of alien creatures gather at the Collundrome, an asteroid party venue, for the Pan-Galactic Prom Show, the biggest bash in the known universe. Funk Toast, an Earth band, is slated to headline the event. But Knolar Jex, intergalactic pirate and terrorist, has his own nefarious plans for this year's extravaganza. Meanwhile…Twana Burch and a few friends bring a cloned version of Bieber–the assassinated intergalactic pop idol–to the party with the intention of putting him on stage before the Prom Show audience. With enough media attention, Twana hopes to resurrect Bieber's career and rekindle the hearts of millions of teenage fans. Meanwhile…A special detachment of Ice Beetle soldiers from planet Hull also have their eyes on the Pan-Galactic Prom Show stage. Having left their planet at war and fearing the extinction of their species, they hope to solicit aid to their planet by delivering news of their ominous plight in the form of a rock and roll show. From the Author Funk Toast and the Pan-galactic Prom Show picks up the story of Twana Biurch, a superfan who clones her pop idol, teaches him to sing and dance and takes him to an off-world venue to play the ultimate gig. Her goal: revive Bieber's career and maybe experience a little teen romance along the way. Funk Toast and the Pan-galactic Prom Show is not a Bieber biography book. The character named Bieber in this novel is referenced only by his last name. Although the character is an international pop idol, the Bieber dealt with in Funk Toast and the Pan-galactic Prom Show comes as clean-slated clone with no memory of his stardom. Funk Toast and the Pan-galactic Prom Show is my contribution to the growing pool of funny science fiction novels. I wrote Funk Toast and the Pan-galactic Prom Show in the spirit of Douglas Adams's Hitchhiker's Guide to the universe. I have been a long-time fan of funny science fiction characters such as Arthur Dent, Zaphod Beeblebrox, and, of course, Marvin the depressed robot. Why not Bieber? With so many YA fiction books to read in the world, I felt that the young adult audience would like a good teenage romance book. Funk Toast and the Pan-galactic Prom Show is a funny romance book for young adults. Let's face it, there are so many YA fiction authors out there releasing status quo teen romance stories, I felt like the less-likely genres of cyberpunk and genetic engineering might be a perfect place to set a teenage romance comedy book. The science behind Bieber's Finger comes from a place of comedy rather than hard science. There are human cloning books that explore in detail the wonders of genetic engineering. Nevertheless, Bieber's Finger, as a clean funny teen romance book that I believe can confidently take its place in human cloning books fiction.