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  • Paperback: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Walker (6 Oct 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1406314277
  • ISBN-13: 978-1406314274
  • Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 1 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 109,929 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Tommy Donbavand was born in Liverpool, England - but doesn't know any of The Beatles. When he was 11, his parents moved to Lancashire and, because they didn't trust him to forward the post, he had to go with them.

After an early career as a clown called Wobblebottom (no, really!), he joined the cast of the West End musical, Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story where he played the Clearlake MC for a total of eight years, including stints on the UK tour and in Toronto, Canada.

Tommy then moved into the world of theatre production, where he wrote, directed and appeared in theatre tours such as Robinson Crusoe, Hey Diddle Diddle, and Goldilocks & The Three Bears.

As an author, Tommy's new series of comedy horror novels, Scream Street, is published by Walker Books in the UK, Candlewick Press in the USA and major foreign publishers in many territories around the world. He also wrote five titles in the Too Ghoul For School series, published by Egmont Press under their 2Heads imprint.

He has recently written two books for specialist publisher, Barrington Stoke: Zombie! and The Uniform - and his book of drama activities for teachers, Making a Drama Out of a Crisis (Network Continuum), was published in April 2009.

The activities in Tommy's non-fiction books such as Boredom Busters and Quick Fixes For Bored Kids helped him to become a regular guest on radio stations around the UK. He even made several appearances on BBC Radio 2's Steve Wright In The Afternoon as the kids entertainment guy.

Tommy also writes for a number of magazines, such as the Times Educational Supplement, Practical Professional Child Care, Creative Steps and Scholastic's Junior Education. He was also one of the writers for the hit CBBC series, Planet Cook and pens tales from the island of Sodor for Thomas & Friends magazine.

In addition to his writing and acting, Tommy also runs creative writing workshops in primary schools across the north of England, teaches writing to adults and organises storytelling courses for SureStart.

Tommy spent a year as the writer-in-residence at Seven Stories, the centre for children's books in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne and is very proud to have recently been made the UK's first RIF Ambassador by Reading Is Fundamental (part of the National Literacy Trust), attached to a primary school in Middlesbrough.

Tommy writes full-time and lives in Lancashire with his family. He has started to see sleep as a waste of good writing time.

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The fourth grisly instalment in the Scream Street series.

About the Author

Tommy Donbavand was born in Liverpool and has worked at a number of careers that include clown, actor, theatre producer, storyteller and writer. His two non-fiction books for children, Boredom Busters and Quick Fixes for Bored Kids, have helped him to become a regular guest on radio stations around the UK. Tommy now writes for a number of UK magazines, including Creative Steps and Scholastic’s Junior Education, and he was one of the writers for the hit CBBC series Planet Cook. He lives in Northumberland with his family.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Free Spirit VINE VOICE on 30 Nov 2008
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The Scream Street series has really captured my 10 year old sons imagination. He literally devoured all of the books in this series within days and his face lit up when he talked about the story and the characters.

My son is a very reluctant reader and very few books inspire him to read but the Scream Street series has done this and has left me astounded.

My son has been onto the web site, he knows exactly how many books will be in the series and when they will be published and he even asked me to contact the author to ask him to "hurry up" with the next book and can he write more!

As a parent, I cant wish for anything better!
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By Jenny, Wondrous Reads TOP 500 REVIEWER on 6 April 2010
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Flesh of the Zombie is a fantastically funny chapter in the Scream Street series, and takes place at a zombie rock concert called Deadstock. It's full of zombie puns (a band member called Vein, a song called 'Zombie Feasting Time') that had me laughing out loud, and once again features my favourite brain-muncher Doug.

Lots happens in book 4, including the Deadstock festival, the introduction of Hex Hatches (portal type things) and a trip to the Underlands, which is where G.H.O.U.L. sends nasty lifeforms. I loved getting a glimpse at the Underlands, and it just goes to show that although these books are fairly short, there's a lot going on within the story. Flesh of the Zombie is my favourite Scream Street book after Fang of the Vampire. I thoroughly enjoyed every page, and that's mostly down to the brilliant plot and hilarious dialogue. Who knew zombies could be so much fun?!
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This book was very good.Unfortunately I didn't have a lot of time to enjoy it as I finished it very quickly.
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By Sharon on 8 Jan 2013
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Arrived on time. Bought this for my son (10) he loved it. Bought the other 12 in the series too.
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