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Stranger Things meets The Last Kids on Earth in this science fiction graphic novel from the New York Times bestselling author of the Nathan Hale’s Hazardous Tales series
A sinister drive-through threatens to end the world—and three kids in a beat-up truck are humanity’s only hope!
It’s the night before dress rehearsal, and the school theater troupe is working late and very hungry. Eleven-year-old twins Axl and Ivan—along with their sixteen-year-old driver, Sid—volunteer to make a late-night fast-food run. At the drive-through, their tacos start to . . . move. And they don’t seem friendly. Even after they get rid of the food, the world around them isn’t quite right. There are strangely moving cars, buildings, and people—and they seem intent on swallowing everything in their path. Now the trio will have to use their wits, their truck, and even their windshield scraper to escape . . . before they’re replaced by monstrous versions of themselves!
About the Author
Nathan Hale is the #1 New York Times bestselling author and illustrator of the Nathan Hale’s Hazardous Tales series, which includes One Dead Spy; Donner Dinner Party; Treaties, Trenches, Mud and Blood; Big Bad Ironclad!; and The Underground Abductor, one of which earned a place on the Texas Bluebonnet Award Master List. He also illustrated the graphic novel Rapunzel’s Revenge, which was a TODAY show “Al’s Book Club for Kids” selection, an ALA-ALSC Notable Children’s Book, and a YALSA Great Graphic Novel for Teens, as well as the recipient of three starred reviews. Nathan lives in Provo, Utah. www.hazardoustales.com.
"Hale positively revels in the weirdness of his premise. The two-color orange palette he uses adds to the surrealistic feeling of the illustrations . . . A well-balanced mix of sci-fi, horror, and humor." — Kirkus Reviews
"Perfect for fans of weird fiction, with a visual style that will appeal to fans of horror comics." — Booklist
"Hale has done it again—another graphic novel that offers a terrific blend of the eerie and the humorous that will captivate new readers and delight dedicated fans." — School Library Journal
"An entertaining blend of humor and horror drives this whirlwind tale of science gone awry . . . Weird, freaky fun." — Publishers Weekly