My edition: Paperback given to me by the publisher
Series: The Unliving Chronicles #1
Genre: YA, Fantasy
Publish: Nov 20th, 2018 by TCK Publishing
Rating: 4 stars
Fourteen-year-old Peter Green can’t remember how he died.
All he has are his pajamas, a silk tie, and a one-way bus ticket to Mrs. Battisworth’s Academy and Haven for Unliving Boys and Girls, a strange and spooky school for dead orphans like himself. But that’s all he needs: the Unliving Academy has everything, from vampires in the hallways, to monsters in the cafeteria, to ghosts in the basement.
And that’s just the teachers; the students are far stranger.
As Pete learns to fit in with his new supernatural schoolmates, he starts to discover his own uniquely undead abilities, and even begins enjoying his life after death…but he just can’t shake the feeling that he’s forgotten something (or somebody!) important.
Somebody he left behind in the land of the living.
Somebody he loved very much.
Somebody who’s in terrible danger.
Peter Green and the Unliving Academy is the captivating first installment of Angelina Allsop’s Unliving series of young adult fantasy novels. If you like reading about fun-filled adventures, fully realized new worlds, and the most unlikely of heroes, you’re sure to love Allsop’s spirited coming-of-age tale.
Fans of Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling, the Charlie Bone Series by Jenny Nimmo, and The Nightmare Before Christmas by Tim Burton will enjoy this young adult fantasy series.
You’ll love the Peter Green series if you like reading these types of books:
Young adult and YA fantasy novels
Ghosts, zombies, and mythical beasts
Young adult adventure stories
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Thank you to TCK Publishing for my first physical review book in exchange for an honest review.
Peter Green woke up in a station. He didn’t know where he was or who he was before. But he is dead. Now he must navigate through his Afterlife.
At first I really didn’t know how to feel about this book. I’m not one to read books like this anymore. I feel anyone could read this book and it won’t feel juvenile. The audience is mostly middle school/ freshman in high school.
I did like it though. There are a few grammatical errors, but nothing bad enough it distracted from the book. The world Allsop created was awesome. A new twist on the Afterlife.
I’m going to try talking my little cousin into reading it.