FUN is the newest, most innovative technology ever created. However, it is also unpredictable, hazardous, and once you have it, almost impossible to get rid of. ALMOST. Aaron O’Faolain, a temperamental, strong willed teenager has experienced enough FUN for now. But, just as this new craze is becoming widespread and used all over the world, Aaron has begun to contradict this newfound not so “fun” FUN. This software is taking over reality and Aaron can't bear to see his family blinded in another world of technology. For Aaron to get rid of his FUN, he must prepare his Application for Termination. To do this, he has to approach his past and uncover the present. Throughout Aaron’s quest to end FUN, he deals with his grandfather's suicide and the resulting clues that have a probable chance at leading to buried treasure. Aaron tries to uncover the last thing his grandfather left for him but continues to experience obstacles. His (virtual) best friend Homie continues glitching. At random times, he appears and then disappears. His real best friend Oso keeps getting in trouble. Yet, just when he thinks he’s had enough, a strange love triangle makes his life even more tangled. Aaron is searching for treasure, but ends up uncovering something even more precious and harder to grasp, more than money can buy and FUN can create. Sean McGinty takes readers into another world that is strangely familiar, yet eccentric and also unusual. Aaron realizes that reality may be grueling and strenuous, but there are life changing beauties that can't be met by any technology. Aaron is a character that will pop into your mind at the moments when you need him most. The End of Fun reaches deep into your heart with a boy, his search for hidden treasure, and the Termination of FUN.