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For Nox, being a vampire in junior high wouldn't be so bad if a) vampires still had super strength, b) his mom would let him play his guitar in the house, and c) the werewolf girl of his dreams would notice he's alive.

Nox's life is over when Chug the Thug, a troll who can smell fear and lunch money from three miles away, gets his hands on a picture of Nox's crush. The same
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Paperback, 1st Edition, 172 pages
Published June 6th 2014 by Golden City Publishing (first published March 1st 2012)
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I was recently given the privilege of checking out Growing Up Dead, Chelsea Campbell's upcoming second novel for middle grade readers, about a young vampire named Nox, his band, the Daybreakers, and the trouble that comes when his nasty nemesis, Chug the Thug, nabs something important (and super embarrassing) from him on his way to school. As usual, Campbell has created a group of interesting, funny, and believable characters--yes, they're vampires, and werewolves, and pixies, and even more exot ...more
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Chelsea M. Campbell grew up in the Pacific Northwest, where it rains a lot. And then rains some more. She finished her first novel when she was twelve, sent it out, and promptly got rejected. Since then she's written many more novels, earned a degree in Latin and Ancient Greek, become an obsessive knitter and fiber artist, and started a collection of glass grapes. Besides writing, studying ancient ...more

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