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It’s been almost a year since the Hive landed. Billions are dead. Mothers. Fathers. Children. The aliens, with their spikey balls, their Macks, their crazy monsters, seem to be unstoppable.
Between me, the Girl, and Dr. H’s brilliant inventions, we’re going to put a stop to the Hive once and for all. Even if it kills us.
This is the end of the Hive.
Series inale, if you will. We’re going to make dang sure of that, you bet.
Hey y'all. It's Amanda. Again. Winter was worse than I could have ever imagined. I lost my home and my friends and everything I ever knew. Good thing Timmy Carter’s still around. At least for now.
But spring comes with its own set of horrors, including crypto-monsters, melonhead kids, mad scientists, and at long last, the return of the Hive.
I’m going to need a lot of allies if I’m going to make it through alive.
Five new episodes and a novelette.
When an alien hive lands in Spotsylvania County, VA, Amanda Jett and her daddy are thrust into a nightmare landscape filled with body snatchers, brain-cracking fungi, crypto-monsters, melonhead children, mad scientists, and the tentacle-wielding Hive itself.
The Jetts have their own allies to help them, though, including Dr. Huntington, a brilliant inventor with the tools and technology they need to fight back, and the mysterious Girl, whose powers may be what they require to defeat the invaders.
But the Hive is changing the climate to suit its needs, and time is running out, forcing Amanda and her friends to make one last desperate attempt to stop the hive forever.
From the deepest, darkest depths of two of the most creative minds in all of human history comes
Featuring the lore, mythology, and illustrations of never-before seen hybrid creatures such as Sniders, Sceels, Squirsquitos, and other beasts whose names do not begin with the letter ‘S,’ THE ENCYLCOPÆDIA BIZARRE is better than The Sun Also Rises, Tender is the Night, Don Quixote, Anna Karenina, One Hundred Years of Solitude, The Iliad, 1984, Candide, and every issue of Playboy from 1964-1972.
THREE HIGH SCHOOL ENGLISH TEACHERS
who work with the author agree:
“The Encyclopædia Bizarre is the most exciting encyclopædia I’ve ever read, and I read A LOT of encyclopædia.”
—Sarah Pendleton, English Teacher
“This book is so good that I fell down and broke my foot.”
—Leslie Stretton, English Teacher
“I hate James Noll and everything he stands for.”
—Kevin Johnson, Social Studies “Teacher”
THE ENCYCLOPÆDIA BIZARRE is one of the strangest, most engrossing and entertaining books
TO EVER EXIST