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R. McGeddon

R. McGeddon is absolutely sure the world is almost certainly going to probably end very soon. His middle grade series, The Disaster Diaries, details the many ways this could happen, including a zombie apocalypse, an alien invasion, and a mad scientist. A strange, reclusive fellow – so reclusive in fact, that no one has ever seen him, not even his mom – he plots his stories using letters cut from old newspapers and types them up on an encrypted typewriter. It’s also believed that he goes by other names, including A. Pocalypse and N. Dov Days, but since no one’s ever met him in real life, it’s hard to say for sure. One thing we know is that when the zombie apocalypse comes, he’ll be ready!

R. McGeddon

Disaster Diaries: Cursed!

Disaster Diaries

R. McGeddon
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A curse is not a big deal.
Sitting Duck has already survived five disasters,
so what’s the worst that can happen, really?
Well… you’re about to find...

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Disaster Diaries: Robots!

Disaster Diaries

R. McGeddon
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You know how it is—
you’ve built yourself a nice, artificially intelligent robot, and you’re feeling pretty good about yourself…
Until it suddenly tries to destroy...

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Disaster Diaries: Brainwashed!

Disaster Diaries

R. McGeddon
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Sitting Duck is good.

Questions are bad. Obedience is good.

This book is GOOD.

(Do you feel brainwashed yet?)

Sitting Duck is the kind of town where the mayor was vaporized...

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Disaster Diaries: Zombies!

Disaster Diaries

R. McGeddon, illustrated by Jamie Littler
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During a zombie apocalypse, the important thing is to not panic.
Actually, that’s not true. Definitely panic.
These things are going to try to eat your face off!...

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Disaster Diaries: Aliens!

Disaster Diaries

R. McGeddon, illustrated by Jamie Littler
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So Aliens have invaded your planet? Bummer.
You could pretend you can't see them and hope they go away.
Or wear camouflage, pretend they can't see you and hope...

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