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Attack of the 50 Foot Wallflower
Christian McKay Heidicker

Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
September 2018
On Sale: September 11, 2018
320 pages
ISBN: 1481499130
EAN: 9781481499132
Kindle: B075RSKLTK
Hardcover / e-Book
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Young Adult | Graphic Novel

From the author of Cure for the Common Universe comes a monster-movie-like novel that bravely challenges perceived notions of beauty, identity, and modern voyeurism.

Phoebe Lane is a lightning rod for monsters.

She and her mom are forced to flee flesh-eating plants, blobs from outer space, and radioactive ants. They survive thanks to Phoebe’s dad—an invisible titan, whose giant eyes warn them where the next monster attack will take place.

All Phoebe wants is to stop running from motel to motel and start living a monster-free life in New York or Paris. But when her mom mysteriously vanishes, Phoebe is left to fend for herself in small-town Pennybrooke.

That's when Phoebe starts to transform…

Christian McKay Heidicker returns with a book unlike any other, challenging perceived notions of beauty, identity, and what it means to be a monster.

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