Yancey Muncey is dead. Or, he was. Raised from the grave by the shadowy figure of Dr. Blankenship, Yancey is now back in high school, hanging out with his best friend, and working up the nerve to ask the girl of his dreams to the upcoming Halloween carnival. But not everything is the same as it was before: his eyes are yellow, his skin is blue, and he s indestructible. Making matters worse, Dr. Blankenship has made it his life mission to hunt Yancey down. Because the only reason Yancey is alive again is to help the good doctor destroy his rival. An average boy with a new lease on an extraordinary life, Yancey must battle high-trained security and high school bullies in his quest to get back to normal. How hard could that be… he is already dead.
About the Author
Phil Duncan is a graduate of the Goddard College Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing program and the English program at the University of Washington. He is a former Jacob K. Javits Fellow, and in April 2012, served as a Creator-in-Residence at the Tokyo Wonder Site, Aoyama, in Tokyo, Japan. He currently lives in Portland, Oregon.
I’m almost positive it was something by Dr. Seuss.
The Art of War by Sun Tzu and the Black Beetle mini-series by Francesco Francavilla.
Like a jungle — untended and overgrown.
Man of Steel movie times.
Guinea Pigs. Can’t stand them.
Linda Kish says
This sounds like a very interesting story. One that I would love to read.
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Can’t wit to read this book! Sounds amazing!