Four disadvantaged teens from different
backgrounds and different ethnicities are
accepted into an elite private college, only
to be pulled into a mystery surrounding the
expulsion and arrest of a previous student,
and an escalating war between the
scholarship kids in the Prodigy Program and
the affluent students known as the Legacies.
The teens team up with an outcast Legacy to
find out what really happened, while trying to
stop the war between the Prodigies and
Legacies from exploding.


Overnight the world has taken a drastic turn
for the worse. A virus is spreading and the
dead are rising. As the world goes to hell,
five teenagers, each gifted with special
abilities, try to survive. But will their gift give
them the edge they need? And which is
worse: the dead or the living?
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take everything that you know that is normal,
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and toss it out the window. That way of
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It is also highly recommended that you read
in the voice of John Cleese, a famous British
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Now, get into your favorite chair, brew up
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How the World Ends
Cory Lenihan
Tales from Lamplight Lane:Squid
Darren S. Philibert