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When Ed Bagley wakes up in a yucky sewer --and discovers he's a zombie-- things can't get any weirder! That is, until his evil arm scurries off his shoulder and into the town of Mortlake to cause all sorts of trouble.

Un-armed and dangerous, Ed teams up with his werewolf buddy Max Moon to track down his rogue limb and save Mortlake from the evil at the center of it all.

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Hardcover, 224 pages
Published August 16th 2012 by Razorbill
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Barbara
Even in books about zombies, vampires, werewolves, and talking skeletons, there are bullies. When Ed Bagley comes to his senses, he's in a sewer, and his arm somehow detaches from his shoulder and swims away. A werewolf named Max has been assigned to help him navigate his new existence as one of the undead since Ed is now a zombie. (It's interesting that the zombie craze that has swept through college and high school is now moving into elementary and middle school, and who knows what the consequ ...more
Rachel
Dear Students of Indian Trail,

Who here thinks that turning into a zombie would be super-mega-ultra cool? Yeah, me too! You’d think it’d be all shambling around town at all hours of the night, partying with other zombies, and feasting on brains whenever you feel hungry. Well, I, Ed Bagley can tell you that this is nothing but a beautiful, silly dream. I am a zombie, thanks to a terrible accident and a night spent in the sewer, and I don’t get to do any of those things! Instead, I get to chase a w
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Brenda
This is one of those books that I had a hard time getting into, I admittedly haven't read many zombie books, but there is something about a boys detached arm attacking him that well I didn't seem to get into. Coupled with body parts that decay and fall off and the descriptions of rotting parts, again do we see why this one didn't grab me? Or maybe it's just the times that Ed is hit by lightening or electrocuted or just hit by a truck, I don't know it's a hard sell for me. (To be fair, my child e ...more
Alex
I found this book in the library, and pulled it out to read the back. It sounded funny so I borrowed it and decided to try reading it because I'd been reading lots of large books and figured I could take a break and read a cartoon. I was suprised at how funny it was and thought it was a good break from other books. When I first read it I half expected it to be really lame, but I was surprised at how funny it was. Ed was really funny and sarcastic, which I liked. I recommend ths book for those of ...more
Heather Rose
Creepy cute... Anyone remember the film Idle Hands? It's like that... Only with more zombie action! =D
Hannah
I would give it a fife-star, but there was a very creepy clown in it, so I gave it a four-star.
Angie Marie
I just couldn't get into this book! There was too much chaos occurring all over the place, at the same time. It was so difficult to finish this book, it didn't have my attention at all. I apologize to those who enjoyed this book.
LandOLakes Library
I enjoyed reading about the adventures of Undead Ed. While fighting the onslaught of his own decay, he is pitted against his own arm which has been possessed by the evil spirit of evil and dead carnival clown, Kambo Cheepteeth. Will he and his undead gang of werewolves and vampire prevail or will the evil arm overtake them all?
Lisa
I read this for a fourth grade student who begged me to (He llooooovvvveed it!). It's profoundly silly and gross which I'm sure will win the hearts of many a young chap. It is a series.
Amy Bradford
The kids might enjoy this book. YOUNGER kids. I'll write another review once the kids have read it.
Bethe
Ugh and groan. I guess Undead Ed may appeal to the cartoony diary type book lovers, but not me.
Stefanie
A very cute and gruesome book. Fun for kids to read.
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