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[Read] ➻ Zombiefied! ➸ C.M. Gray –

Zombiefied! In The Tradition Of RL Stine S Goosebumps Series, Comes This Hilariously Spooky And Spookily Hilarious New Series Ages 8 12 Nom Nom Nom Benjamin Roy Lives For The Undead He Plays Zombie Video Games He Watches Zombie Movies He Even Keeps A Zombie Comic Handy For Those Emergencies When He S Forced To Read A Book Ben S Pretty Sure He Ll Never Get Enough Of The Undead Until The Day He Stumbles Across A Secret Doorway At School It Leads To An Underground Chamber Where Strange Creatures Lurk They Re Not Alive But They Re Not Quite Dead, Either Will Ben Escape Or Will He Finally Get Too Close To The Undead To Stay Alive Ages 8 12

    10 thoughts on “[Read] ➻ Zombiefied! ➸ C.M. Gray –

  1. says:

    not very well written

  2. says:

    Zombie obsessed Benjamin Roy is convinced he s found a secret door at his school There is a mysterious door at the back of the janitor s closet Sophie Slender, his best friend, isn t convinced Suddenly zombie games, zombie movies, and zombie comics aren t enough Sneaking, breaking and entering Benjamin becomes convinced there are two hidden doors in the school So...

  3. says:

    Nom Nom Nom This is a fun super zombie boy origin story the first in a series of at least three books Benjamin Roy, our hero, is an appealing and funny deadpan narrator He is complemented by an equally spirited and resourceful best gal pal, Sophie The two are obsessed with all things zombie books, movies, video games, comics, you name it And of course, they suspect, or pretend to suspect, that real zombies are everywhere So, when actual suspicious stuff starts to happen they are totally on the case.The kids are funny and as real as they can be given the zombie theme Some of the secondary characters are equally engaging There is a fair amount of suspense and then action as the plot warms up There are also a surprising number of funny or acute throwaway observations about middle grade life that are unrelated to the zombie angle Even the kids families seem authentic in a middle grade fictio...

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