Johnny and the Dead by Terry Pratchett
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Johnny and the Dead Summary
When those interred in the local cemetery discover that their final resting place has been sold for development, they're rather unhappy about it. Helped by Johnny Maxwell, still recovering from saving mankind, they start an underground movement to stop the developers.
Johnny and the Dead Reviews
'Readers will take immense pleasure in the jokes, some broad and some subtle and dry, that come sailing at them from all sides. This book stands alone easily, but after reading it, kids will want the first one.' - Library Journal.
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Terry Pratchett Author Biography
Terry Pratchett (born 1948) lives in Somerset, England, where he spends all his time, and
more, writing his rigorously naturalistic, curiously entertaining, shamelessly
popular Discworld novels that have earned him extravagant acclaim and puzzled
stares from millions of readers around the world.
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