Peter Green and the Unliving Academy: This Book is Full of Dead People
It is a book full of dead people, that’s for sure!
Peter Green has died, and now he has to learn how to live the rest of his undead life in Purgatory. It’s not as bad as it sounds, though. Purgatory in this case is the Afterlife, a place with multiple worlds, dimensions, and ports. Even though he’s dead, the one thing that he can’t get rid of is school, so he’s sent to Mrs. Battisworth’s Academy and Haven for Unliving Boys and Girls, a prestigious orphanage-school to continue and complete his education. The goal is to eventually graduate and obtain his memories because everyone upon arriving at the Afterlife only remembers their names and have no recollection of their lives as living and breathing humans or of how they died. There, he makes friends and discovers he can be part of something important. But what he finds out is that danger is everywhere, Afterlife or not. Racing against the clock to find out who he is and save the people he loves the most – his family – can be worse than being dead. Peter Green’s story is a quick-to-read book full of ghosts, werewolves, vampires, skeletons, witches, demons, and, of course, humans! It’s a fresh Young Adult first novel in a series by Angelina Allsop that I absolutely recommend to fans of this particular genre.
|Page Count||244 pages|
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