With seventh grade behind him, Jed jumps at the opportunity to spend the summer in Mexico with his dad. But there's just one catch: Luke and Tread get to tag along.
In Mexico, fitting in might be easier than Jed imagined, with holidays such as Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). Here, a rising eighth grade zombie boy and his zombie dog won't draw that much attention.
But then Tread unwittingly sets off Mexico's Chupacabra Defense Network and Jed accidentally collides with a bus. So much for blending in. The unusual pair catch the eye of a professional wrestler, who challenges Jed to a fight!
Their antics manage to capture the attention of a doctor whose knowledge of the undead causes Jed to question his very existence. Is this the answer Jed's been hoping for since his parents sat him down for the "you're a zombie" talk? Jed may have finally found a way to be normal, but at what cost?
About the Author
Scott Craven grew up in California and in 1979 became a proud graduate of Cal Poly, San Luis
Obispo. Since then he has worked as a sports reporter for the Colorado Springs Sun and a news reporter and travel writer for the Phoenix Gazette. He is currently a features writer for the Arizona Republic, where he's been telling other people's stories for more than twenty-five years.
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