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The Penn Mills Galleria is about to be demolished. Five teens sneak into the mall to take a last look around before it’s gone.
However, while Penn Mills has been closed for years, the mall is far from abandoned.
A night of exploration becomes a shopping spree from hell. The teens must contend with the sprawling, transformative cosmic horror of Penn Mills or be trapped forever within the Dead Mall.
A coming-of-age horror story that both engages and criticizes nostalgia culture while showing deep empathy for the fears and vulnerabilities of Gen-Z teenagers.
A young adult graphic novel by Adam Cesare, author of Clown in a Cornfield, winner of the 2020 Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in a Young Adult Novel.
About the Author
Adam Cesare is a New Yorker who lives in Philadelphia.
His books include Mercy House, Video Night, The Summer Job, and Tribesmen. His work has been praised by Fangoria, Rue Morgue, Publishers Weekly, Bloody Disgusting, and more. His titles have appeared on "Year's Best" lists from outlets like Complex and FearNet. He writes a monthly column for Cemetery Dance Online.
He also has a YouTube review show called Project: Black T-Shirt where he discusses horror films and pairs them with reading suggestions.
“Cesare proves he’s got a deft touch when chronicling not just the gory details, but also in crafting colorful characters and a fast-paced enjoyable story.”—Dread Central