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A New York Times and USA Today bestelling series, with one million copies in print!

"Terrifyingly fun! Delivers big thrills and even bigger laughs."--Jeff Kinney, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Diary of a Wimpy Kid

Life after the zombie apocalypse is pretty good for 13-year-old Jack Sullivan: he lives in a mind-clobberingly cool tree fort with his best friends, speeds through town playing Real-Life Mario Kart, has a crew of monster buddies, battles zombies on the regular, and generally treats life like it’s a videogame!
But then Jack’s friends make a startling discovery: they may not be the last kids on earth, after all. This is great news for everyone… except Jack. Once they’ve found other humans, his friends won’t stick around for long! Jack’s only hope for keeping things the way they are is to prove that everything here is perfect, life is crazy fun, and nothing else could be any better.
One problem: it’s hard convincing his friends that everything is great when they’re being hunted by a monstrous Nightmare King and an ancient evil who won’t rest until Earth has been devoured. Crud! Maybe life after the monster apocalypse is more complicated than Jack thought…

3 comments on “The Last Kids on Earth and the Nightmare King”

  1. ... 6 year old son and daughter and they both love the series I bought all three books at the same time for my 9 and 6 year old son and daughter and they both love the series. The second book actually kept us all wanting to read more and made it hard to put the book down. The Nightmare King is not as fast paced and a bit repetitive. But MB does such an amazing job of presenting horror/adventure themes and ideas in a way that is not frightening to my kids and keeps them very much engaged. We are definitely looking forward to the next book in the series.

  2. The series is loved by my 10 year old son My 10 year old son loves these books. If your kid is into books like Diary of a Wimpy Kid and Trapped in a Video Game they will probably like this series also.

  3. Kept my reluctant 9yo reader entertained. Usually getting my 9yo to read is like getting someone to enjoy a root canal. With this book, he wouldn't stop reading!

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