Sean Beaudoin

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Library Media Connection review

"...a lot of violence, nudity, and language..." would have made me buy a copy immediately---definitely not steal it and keep it behind that fern that mom never waters or dusts.

From Library Media Connection:

The Infects

2012. 384pp. $16.99 hc. Candlewick Press. 978-0-7636-5947-9. Grades 9-12

Nick “Nero” Sole thinks he has hit rock bottom after he is sentenced to a wilderness trek with other juvenile delinquents. Things only get worse after his counselors become flesh-eating zombies and attack the teens. Just like any good zombie movie, the teens must escape a relentless zombie horde. With sarcastic teens, hundreds of zombies, and an evil villain plotting to take over the world, fans of horror films will enjoy this fast and fun read, especially high school boys! Librarians should be aware that there is a lot of violence, nudity, and language, and that it might be too much for younger teens. Terri Lent, NBCT School Librarian, Patrick Henry High School, Ashland, Virginia [Editor’s Note: Available in e-book format.]

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