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    Unfed – Kirsty McKay

    “When you’re staring in the jaws of death at the age of fifteen, there’s not a whole lot of life to flash before your eyes.  ‘Brace! Brace! Brace!’ a voice cries. Huh? This is a bus, not a plane, silly.  There’s a huge skid, I’ve got a face full of seat, and all the kids around me are screaming.” Bobby and her friends thought they had reached safety. After being attacked by zombies at a cafe, losing most of their school friends and teacher, finding their way into a castle full of psycho’s and learning things about Bobby’s mother, and the organisation she worked for, that they didn’t want to…

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    Bookish and Bloggish News #6

    Harro!! Hows everyone doing on this lovely (questionable as I’ve not looked out the window out!) Saturday morning!? This week Ive got a couple of bits and bobs that I want to share with you regarding new books that are going to be hitting our shelves in the second half of the year!  *** Emma <3’s LA – Keris Station The awesome Keris posted a sneak peak of her new book on her blog a couple of days ago. I have had the pleasure of already reading the book and it is absolutely fantastic. If you love contemporary teen fiction then please go and check out the first chapter here.…

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    Top Five Zombie Locations by Kirsty McKay

    (Or where not to go on holiday if you want to avoid becoming UNDEAD) Seems you can’t go anywhere these days without being attacked by zombies. Whether it’s a flashmob, a mass stumble, or a movie being made – or perhaps you’re simply enjoying a quiet browse in your local bookstore – the flesh-guzzlers are everywhere. When I started to write my book Undead, I decided to set it in Scotland. This was because I wanted a UK location, but somewhere remote where things could get a little crazy without anyone else finding out about it. (I should say, I also wanted somewhere that has snow, and castles. Scotland does…

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    Undead – Kirsty McKay

    “I would rather die than face them all again. Die horribly. In a messy, fleshy, blood ‘n’ guts kind of way. It is a total no brainer.” Meet Bobby. Dragged back to England six years after being dragged to the US she feels like she doesn’t fit in anywhere and what’s more, her new classmates are confirming her feelings. They take the piss out of the way she speaks, the words she uses for things and her in general. So when they are on the way back from the hell-like school skiing trip its no surprise that Bobby stays on the bus, trying to stay invisible. Bobby gets more than…