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The Boy At the End of the World

After the world finally destroyed itself, a lone boy woke up from a survival pod to find the remnants. With the company of a broken-down robot he names Click and a genetically modified mammoth he names Protein, Fisher begins his … Continue reading

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Die for Me – Parisian Zombie Trilogy by Amy Plum

Inspired by a love of Paris and possibly the teen vampire Twilight series, Amy Plum has written a trilogy of romantic zombie stories. My friendly librarian introduced me to the world of the revenants, zombies who act like guardian angels … Continue reading

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Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Grandpa Portman’s stories of war monsters and his childhood escape from Poland to a safe haven at a Welsh orphanage were magical to young Jake. ┬áBut as he grew older, Jake thought of them as concocted tales with fantastic doctored … Continue reading

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