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About the Author
Charlie Higson is an acclaimed comedy writer, producer, actor, and genuine James Bond aficionado. He is the author of the adult thrillers Full Whack and King of the Ants the internationally best-selling Young Bond series: SilverFin, Blood Fever, Double or Die, Hurricane Gold, and By Royal Command and seven books in the Enemy series.Charlie is a fan of zombie movies and believes that we shouldn't try to prevent young people from experiencing fear, because it helps prepare them for later life. When writing The Enemy, he kept rachetting up the action and description in an attempt to frighten the pants off his ten-year-old son. He lives in London. Follow him on Twitter at: twitter.com/monstroso.
PRAISE FOR THE ENEMY
"Lord of the Flies with zombies...tons of nail-biting action."
—Rick RiordanPRAISE FOR THE ENEMY
"The Enemy grabs you by the throat . . . and bites off your ear. It's kids versus zombies and no one is playing nice. The action--and boy, is there action--takes us through a London transformed by the unexplained illness that has turned every adult into a shuffling, drooling, kid-crunching machine. Bonus: zombie royals. Sheer fun."
—Michael Grant, author of the Gone seriesPRAISE FOR THE ENEMY
Top Shelf Fiction for Middle Grade Readers
—VOYAPRAISE FOR THE ENEMY
"...the action is of the first order-Higson writes with a firestorm velocity that inspires to the sweeping reach of Stephen King's The Stand."
—ALA BooklistPRAISE FOR THE DEAD
"With giant firestorms, rampaging hordes and continual life-and-death scenarios...Higson delivers an action-packed summer read."—Kirkus ReviewsPRAISE FOR THE FEAR
"The third book in Higson's terrifying zombie series will continue to enthrall horror fans."
—VOYAPRAISE FOR THE SACRIFICE
"Death, religion, friendship, survival, power, politics, and fear are explored throughout this installment. The storylines run full speed ahead in this horrifying page-turner. The solid writing is, at times, brilliant . . .The unanswered questions will prime readers for the next in the series."