You hold in your hands a very dangerous record.
have collected every side of the story and every piece of evidence on
case number 13. Now, in this file, you will find all you need to follow
the dark adventures of Nick, Carter, and Angelo, three boys who possess
an unhealthy obsession with monsters, in a town so grisly, so horrific—
Whoa, whoa, whoa. You're telling it all wrong, dude. You make it sound like it's a scary story.
Well, Nick, it is a scary story. In this volume alone, there are voodoo
queens, graveyards—even the dreaded Zombie King himself.
but there's also the part where Angie gets mashed potatoes all in her
face, and the part where I use my cool zombie powers to—
All right, point taken. Now, if you don't mind . . .
hold in your hands a very dangerous, very funny record, detailing the
hilarious adventures of three boys who have an awesome obsession with
monsters. This is the first volume. Read on if you dare. . .
"Please relax and make yourself comfortable."
BOY BOOK ALERT!
of all ages will love this book. It has puns and grossness and zombies.
Seriously, what boy can pass that up? My 10 year-old loved, loved,
loved it. And told me I HAD to read it. So I did. But I decided to give
said child a chance to review this book for me. Take it away,
thought Zombie Kid was awesome because there were zombies in it. I
liked it because it was funny and creative. My favorite character was
Angelo because he's the oldest one and he likes reading. Pretty much
without him, Nick would still be a zombie forever. I liked the magic and ideas and scenes people probably wouldn't think of."
And there you have it. Honest, hard review from a fourth grader.