Killer Pizza (Killer Pizza #1)
Pizza you’ll die for!
Toby McGill dreams of becoming a world-famous chef, but up until now, his only experience has been watching the Food Network. When Toby lands a summer job at Killer Pizza, where pies like The Monstrosity and The Frankensausage are on the menu, things seem perfect. His coworkers, Annabel and Strobe, are cool, and Toby loves being part of a team. But n
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Killer Pizza by Greg Taylor is a book about a boy named Toby dreams of becoming a chef one day even though he has had no experience. He starts working in a pizza parlor in his small Ohio home town. He soon finds out that he pizza parlor is also used as an organization to hunt and kill monsters. Soon he is being recruited to work as a Monster Combat Officer. He works with Annabel who is one of the most popular and prettiest girls in school as well as a guy named Strobe. Their j ...more
I am currently reading Killer Pizza by Greg Taylor.I'm at the part were a guy from the Echo 8-Plex movie theater is about to leave but a monster stings him and makes him faint. I think the author dose a good job of putting a lot of details like the place was at a dead end and it hodgepodge of business. I think me and Toby have things in common like we both like comics and we both see things like shadows and creatures.Each time I open up this book and imagine the Killer Pizza restaurant I ...more
However, all is not as it seems at Killer Pizza. Instead of a pizza place with a monster theme, it's actually a front for a m ...more
This book was a blast with just the right amount of tension and fun and intellectual type stuff and I can safely recommend this book to the young people I volunteer with as there is no objectionable material in the book - unless you count murderous monsters...
Toby is an aspiring chef and gets a job at the latest branch of Killer Pizza. Just as Toby is enjoying the pace and flexing his chef pecs in the kitchen at Killer Pizza he finds out that the pizza gig i ...more
The book is essentially a bunch of short stories about the narrator’s experience working at Killer Pizza. It starts off as your typical summer job, but then it’s revealed that the employees were selected to fight monsters.
It’s a fun, fast-paced read that you can easily digest in a few hours. However, the character development was weak. It’s unclear who Annab ...more
The story is about a pizza place that covers up a monster hunter organization. So three youngsters start their first summer job just to discover their boss has something entirely different in store for them besides making pizzas.
I personally liked this book, although I usually am not keen on monster novels. Yet, the main characters undergo a nice transformation in order to become friends, grow stronger and just grow up a little.
Greg T ...more
I thought this book would be maybe about pizza monsters. Maybe with legs and teeth going on a murder spree. Maybe some have wigs and teeth as well.
Well, not with this book. This book is about actual monsters, like vampires.
I gave it two stars, because it was actually slightly interesting despite the mistreatment of Toby's sister Stacey. Also, the boss's name is Steve Rogers, so that made me more interested in the book.
This book will be great for young-adults and they will really enjoy it.13-17
The story is based on a character named toby who is a normal kid but suddenly he finds that the pizza place he is working on is a secret monster hunting organizacion.He recieves training and transform into a monster combat officer.He finds himself on a battle against mythical creatures call guttatas.Toby and his friends strobe,Annabel are the over the top muscular guy and popu ...more
Okay so I didn't know this book existed until I about 2 weeks ago. I was in class and was supposed to be reading but I left my novel at home and didn't really want to skim threw any of the poor selection of books we have in my classroom at the back. Since my friend had two books with him. Killer Pizza being one of them and The Red Pyramid by Rick Riordan the other. He wanted to read The Red Pyramid and I'd already read it anyways (really good book by the way)so I decided to read Killer Pizza no ...more
Toby thought he was getting a summer job and that it might conveniently give him some needed experience for his future dream job as a chef in his own restaurant. Little did he know what applying at and scoring a job at Killer Pizza would mean.
Two other teens, Annabel and Strobe, start training at Killer Pizza at the same time as Toby. A fourth teen, named Doug, seems like a reluctant future employee when he arrives to join their tea ...more