Publish date: October 2nd 2012
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
Series: Dead City (#1)
Severed fingers, death chambers, and scary noises. As far as field trips went, this rated well below the Museum of Natural History. (But it was still better than our class visit to the wastewater treatment plant.) Up until she meets Natalie, Grayson and Alex, Molly has no friends to speak of....
Some might consider Molly to be a bit odd. Her mother was a forensic pathologist and, every summer for years, Molly would spend time with her at the morgue. Molly's mother, Rosemary, made sure she never saw anything nightmare-worthy, but her time at the morgue did help give her a love of science. Af...
This was stinking cute. That's really the best way to describe it. My recommendation: If you're breathing, this is a book for you.
Check Out Reviews at Scott Reads ItZombie books are just so exhilarating and intense. Does that make me masochistic that I like to read about brain eating walking dead? Whatever I'm on a zombie binge reading streak (Enclave, Dead City, Dead Tossed Waves). Dead City was a fast and fun action packed ...
THREE WORDS: Wildly Fun & FunnyMY REVIEW: I enjoy a great zombie story, but I LOVE a zombie story that offers a fresh twist on the genre and I LOVE James Ponti's middle-grade book Dead City. In this book, Ponti has packed in all the things I love in my MG's, while offering readers a fun and exciting...
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