[Epub] ↠ The Last Kids on Earth Author Max Brallier – Landyshi.info

Ever Since The Monster Apocalypse Hit Town, Average Thirteen Year Old Jack Sullivan Has Been Living In His Tree House, Which He S Armed To The Teeth With Catapults And A Moat, Not To Mention Video Games And An Endless Supply Of Oreos And Mountain Dew Scavenged From Abandoned Stores But Jack Alone Is No Match For The Hoards Of Zombies And Winged Wretches And Vine Thingies, And Especially Not For The Eerily Intelligent Monster Known Only AsBlarg So Jack Builds A Team His Dorky Best Friend, Quint The Reformed Middle School Bully, Dirk Jack S Loyal Pet Monster, Rover And Jack S Crush, June With Their Help, Jack Is Going To Slay Blarg, Achieve The Ultimate Feat Of Apocalyptic Success, And Be Average No Longer Can He Do It The Last Kids on Earth

About the Author: Max Brallier

MAX BRALLIER is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author ofthan thirty books for children and adults, including the middle grade monster zombie series The Last Kids on Earth.Under the pen name Jack Chabert, he is the author and creator of the Eerie Elementary series and authored the New York Times bestselling Poptropica Vol 1 Mystery of the Map.Max is also the creator of Galactic Hot Dogs, an action packed sci fi middle grade series from Simon Schuster.Max s books for adults, include the bestselling series Can YOU Survive the Zombie Apocalypse He s contributed to numerous short story collections In the olden days, Max was a Game Designer for the virtual world Poptropica and worked in the St Martin s Press marketing department Max lives in New York with his wife and daughter Follow Max on Twitter MaxBrallier or visit him at MaxBrallier.com.

10 thoughts on “The Last Kids on Earth

  1. says:

    I m going to leave it at a 3 for now The main character kid is a bit of an annoying dick My favorite is June but she doesn t come into play until almost the end We shall see in the next books I m going to watch the Netflix show sometime Mel I m going to leave it at a 3 for now The main character kid is a bit of an annoying dick My favorite is June but she do

  2. says:

    As part of our homeschool day I require my 8 year old to read to me 1 3 chapters a day from a book of his choice After he read one chapter of The Last Kids On Earth, he decided he wanted to read another And after that one, he decided he wanted to read another This went on for a couplechapters until he decided he wanted to read the whole book today I was given a

  3. says:

    I remember thinking, UM THIS CAN T BE REAL IT MUST BE A PRANK A JOKE A REALITY SHOW RIGHT So I said to Quint, UM THIS CAN T BE REAL IT MUST BE A PRANK A JOKE A REALITY SHOW RIGHT But it wasn t.Meet Jack Sullivan Zombie hunter, monster slayer, late blooming, slow developing 13 year old He s riding out the monster apocalypse from his tree house, and is doing his bes

  4. says:

    SexistI was put off by how sexist this book is I understand it is from the point of view of a 12 year old boy, but really, come on We need to do a better job of teaching boys what girls are like if this is how they really think.First of all, the only girl character in the book doesn t even make her entrance until page 156 of a 225 page book Good grief.Secondly, the m

  5. says:

    LOVE THIS BOOK A sort of chapter book graphic novel hybrid, similar to Diary of a Wimpy Kid in format, featuring ZOMBIES, and a hilarious protagonist It s like the trifecta of kid lit AWESOME After a monster attack destroys the town of Wakefield and transforms most of its citizens into zombies, one of the last survivors is 13 year old, Jack Sullivan, self proclaimedzomb

  6. says:

    I love monsterszombies, giants, mutants.doesn t matter what kind If a story has a monster in it.I m gonna read it Even when the book technically is written with children in mind, and not 50 year old grandmas My teenager doesn t even get embarrassed any when I leave the library with stuff like The Goo that Ate My Teacher I can always say I m checking it out for my grand kid

  7. says:

    Yikes Town I was really enjoying this until the protagonist called dibs on a girl as if she was an object he could claim ownership over and not an actual human being with agency over her own feelings Did his friend tell him that s not how girls work Sure But this was not a strong reaction and the protagonist did not back down from this bullshit stance until his friend proved

  8. says:

    My youngest daughter has kind of fallen out of reading, so for this past Christmas I bought her a bunch of books in the hopes of getting her excited about reading again WellNo dice She still hasn t picked any of them up So I thought maybe if I gave them a try she d be a littleinterested Not sure yet how that s going to work out overall, but I really enjoyed this one, even if she

  9. says:

    I bought this book for one of my little sisters this past Christmas and she didn t read it, so I was like, fine I ll read it Apocalypse is big right now and so are sassy male leads like Percy Jackson Jack Sullivan is a sassy male lead and this book is about an apocalypse The thing that makes this series different is that it is illustrated, not like most kids books where there is a

  10. says:

    Received a copy at BEA 2015 now is this the kind of book I would usually pick up No, and if it were straight text I would have skipped it but the graphics broke up the story put a clever pace on the end of the world story that I found it entertaining and engaging The YA crowd should love this rag tag bunch who manage to stay alive on their own barely.

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