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Generation Dead by Daniel Waters
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Jun 18, 2009

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bookshelves: supernatural-fiction, teen
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A phenomenon has taken over the United States - dead teens aren't staying dead. They're becoming the living dead, zombies, differently biotic (the socially acceptable term). Many would like to see the differently biotic disappear. There are others, like The Hunter Foundation, who are working toward better understanding of what makes the differently biotic so...different, and then there's girls like Phoebe who just might be falling for one of the differently biotic much to the chagrin of everyone around her including her best friend, her parents, and Adam, the boy next door. Waters has expanded his concept with a blog (www.mysocalledundeath.com) written by Tommy, the main undead character in the story. It's kept surprisingly up to date, and will almost make you believe that Zombies are out there. A witty read that is sure to keep fans of the undead entertained.

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