Gravediggers: Terror Cove
Action, laughs, and thrills make Gravediggers: Terror Cove an exciting second book in the Gravediggers series, which R.L. Stine, author of Goosebumps, called "fast, frightening, and all too real!"Newly crowned zombie slayers Ian, Kendra, and PJ are on a family vacation in the tropics when they are warned about a cursed island called Isla Hambrienta. What none of them expect to find is a zombie colony much stronger than the one they defeated on the mountain--and another presence on the island that's way more dangerous than the creatures they're supposed to turn to dust.Fans of creepy books like Skeleton Creek by Patrick Carman will love Christopher Krovatin's wild stories about zombies and the kids who defeat them.
- Paperback | 384 pages
- 130.3 x 193.8 x 19.56mm | 295g
- 09 Sep 2014
- HarperCollins Publishers Inc
- New York, United States
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Last time, it was all an accident--a class nature trip gone horrifically wrong. One minute, Ian, Kendra, and PJ were lost in a mountain forest, and the next, they were facing down a horde of flesh-eating zombies. In order to survive, the gang had to outwit the undead and figure out a way to banish them from our world. Luckily, they succeeded . . . . . . but this time, there are no accidents. Evil seeks out the newly christened Gravediggers, and they are more than ready to fight back. (Or so they think.)The kids are on a family vacation in the tropics when they are warned about an island called La Hambrieta, where a huge cruise liner sank off the coast years ago. The karma out there is so dark and ominous, mystical Warden O'Dea tags along as they investigate. What none of them expect to find is a zombie colony much bigger and stronger than the one they defeated on the mountain--and another presence on the island that's way more dangerous than the disgusting creatures they're supposed to turn to dust.Readers who crave action, frights, and thrills will love this second book in the Gravediggers series.
"A fun horror read sure to appeal to young readers eager to move on from series like R. L. Stine's Goosebumps."--Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA)