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Tuesday, September 6, 2011

REVIEW: Diary of a Seventh Grade Hybrid

Diary of a Seventh Grade Hybrid

By: Lee Mavin

Synopsis: Ziggy's first year at Fuqian International school is hard enough with bullies who want to flush him, fat math teachers who make him do extra math tutoring and a strange girl who keeps following him around everywhere. But all of that is nothing compared to the secret he is keeping under his hat. The Diary of a Seventh Grade Hybrid is the first of a six part series that slowly uncovers the memories, thoughts and adventures of Ziggy, a boy with a very special secret!
 Imagine waking up with no memories beyond who you are. No recollection of last year, of school or friends or why you are who you are. Compound that with the fact that you’re the only kid in your school that has antennas on your head and you’ve fallen into the life of Ziggy. Aside from antennas and a strange new ability, Ziggy is a normal 7th grade student. He hates math, loves his English teacher and writes beautifully deep poetry. But Ziggy will soon find that antennas and impending math tests are the least of his troubles.
Follow Ziggy on this wild adventure as he learns about himself and the world he’s woken up into.
Lee Mavin has opened up a wonderful world of sci-fi fantasy and adventure that any fun loving boy or girl would enjoy. While this first installment was a little rough around the edges the quirky fresh story line had enough intrigue to keep me reading all the way to the end, and excited about the next book.

Start the adventure HERE!

  • Paperback: 232 pages

  • Publisher: Grace Publishers (July 8, 2011)

  • Language: English

  • ISBN-10: 9881922097

  • ISBN-13: 978-9881922090

  • $15.95 

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