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Sludgment Day (Hardcover)
The maul of America
It's been two days since a zombie virus turned Zack Clarke's parents, neighbors, and most of the country into brain-munching fiends. Zack and his crew of Zombie Chasers Rice, Madison, Ozzie, and Zoe are ready to end this nightmare once and for all
With the antidote in hand, the gang sets off on a wild cross-country road trip to defeat the evil genius behind the zombie apocalypse. After battling undead Elvis in Memphis, ghoulish tourists at a rest stop, and a crew of zweenyboppers at the Mall of America, the Zombie Chasers are still only halfway there Will Sludgment Day be the dawn of the dead?
About the Author
John Kloepfer began his writing -career at five years old with a one-sentence short story: And then one day the monsters came. The Zombie Chasers is his first novel. He lives in New York City, where he is hard at work on the next adventure of Zack, Rice, and Madison.
Steve Wolfhard was born in Ontario, Canada, and has been drawing comics since he graduated from animation college. Steve has a fat barn cat named Haircut, whom he loves but does not like. The first zombie movie Steve ever saw was Return of the Living Dead, and it still scares the crud out of him.
Praise for THE ZOMBIE CHASERS:“What makes this latest entry into the developing middle-grade zombie canon stand out is Kloepfer’s gleeful insistence on gore and Wolfhard’s squiggly drawings that really bring the laughs. Stick around for the next vomitus volume.”
“Kloepfer’s first is a Zombieland for the middle-school set: funny, off-color and extremely gross. A great pick for the child who thought Diary of a Wimpy Kid just needed more motile corpses.”
“A quick, fun read, loaded with jokes and middle-school sarcasm.”
-School Library Journal
“If there’s an award for the grossest descriptions of zombies, Kloepfer would win it. Preteen boys will love it.”
-St. Paul Pioneer Press
Praise for UNDEAD AHEAD: “Written with tongue firmly in cheek-and other body parts all over the landscape-this book will appeal to reluctant readers, particularly middle school boys.”
-School Library Journal