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14-year-old Pete Green woke up knowing only three things: his name, his age and the fact that he was dead. All he has are pajamas, a tie and a one-way bus ticket to a boarding school in AfterLife. Despite losing his memories, he can't shake the feeling that he's left something very important unresolved in the land of the living... Pete arrives at Mrs. Battinsworth's Academy 14-year-old Pete Green woke up knowing only three things: his name, his age and the fact that he was dead. All he has are pajamas, a tie and a one-way bus ticket to a boarding school in AfterLife. Despite losing his memories, he can't shake the feeling that he's left something very important unresolved in the land of the living... Pete arrives at Mrs. Battinsworth's Academy & Haven for Unliving Boys and Girls, a school with vampires in the teachers' lounge and monsters in the cafeteria. As he tries to fit in with his new supernatural classmates, he learns he has unique talents of his own. But when memories from his old life emerge, Pete realizes his family is in grave danger... The newly unliving boy must rely on new friends and incredible powers to save the ones he loves...


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14-year-old Pete Green woke up knowing only three things: his name, his age and the fact that he was dead. All he has are pajamas, a tie and a one-way bus ticket to a boarding school in AfterLife. Despite losing his memories, he can't shake the feeling that he's left something very important unresolved in the land of the living... Pete arrives at Mrs. Battinsworth's Academy 14-year-old Pete Green woke up knowing only three things: his name, his age and the fact that he was dead. All he has are pajamas, a tie and a one-way bus ticket to a boarding school in AfterLife. Despite losing his memories, he can't shake the feeling that he's left something very important unresolved in the land of the living... Pete arrives at Mrs. Battinsworth's Academy & Haven for Unliving Boys and Girls, a school with vampires in the teachers' lounge and monsters in the cafeteria. As he tries to fit in with his new supernatural classmates, he learns he has unique talents of his own. But when memories from his old life emerge, Pete realizes his family is in grave danger... The newly unliving boy must rely on new friends and incredible powers to save the ones he loves...

40 review for The Dead Orphanage

  1. 5 out of 5

    Fee Roberts

    The Dead Orphanage by A.A. Allsop has an alternative cover, and title of Peter Green and the Unliving Academy: This Book is Full of Dead People (The Unliving Chronicles 1) by Angelina Allsop. This story is about Pete Green, a fourteen -year-old boy who finds himself dead, but can't remember anything but his name, age and the fact that he is dead. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/4... For starters, I loved this story. It was fun, imaginative, and full of fun characters. The author takes us on a The Dead Orphanage by A.A. Allsop has an alternative cover, and title of Peter Green and the Unliving Academy: This Book is Full of Dead People (The Unliving Chronicles 1) by Angelina Allsop. This story is about Pete Green, a fourteen -year-old boy who finds himself dead, but can't remember anything but his name, age and the fact that he is dead. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/4... For starters, I loved this story. It was fun, imaginative, and full of fun characters. The author takes us on a fantastic journey of a boy trying to find out who he is. He makes friends, and in doing so finds help. I loved the characters. The creatures are fun, and the world the author created is unique to me. I've not read about such a world before, and this story was delightful and emotional. With that being said, this book could have used better editing, but it did not hinder my enjoyment and I'm looking forward to reading more of Peter's adventures. Overall, I give this book 4 stars.

  2. 4 out of 5

    A.A. Allsop

    I know I wrote it, but the characters are so much fun and I love the setting! Must read :) (#NotBiasedAtAll)

  3. 4 out of 5

    Guy Wheatley

    This is a fun and imaginative read. A. A. Allsop places a mystery in an after-life filled with fun monsters and other mystical creatures. We start with a teenage boy who awakens in the afterlife dressed only in stripped pajamas and a silk tie. He has no memories, but harbors an overwhelming conviction that somebody he loves is in danger. We follow Pete as he finds his bearings and his place at the Dead Orphanage. It’s a coming of age story of personal growth and accomplishment. He meets friends a This is a fun and imaginative read. A. A. Allsop places a mystery in an after-life filled with fun monsters and other mystical creatures. We start with a teenage boy who awakens in the afterlife dressed only in stripped pajamas and a silk tie. He has no memories, but harbors an overwhelming conviction that somebody he loves is in danger. We follow Pete as he finds his bearings and his place at the Dead Orphanage. It’s a coming of age story of personal growth and accomplishment. He meets friends and adversaries as he works his way through the mystery of who he is, how he died, who the young girl is who needs his help. But the entire setting is the best Halloween party you’ve ever been to. Allsop fills this world with wonderful and interesting creatures, but her characters are equally as compelling. This is a book that readers from older children through adults can enjoy. As a self-edited indie author myself, I understand the difficulty of exorcising (you see what I did there) typos and misspellings. I will not let the occasional typo or two, that is inevitable without expensive proof reading, distract me from a well told story. I recommend this book and will be reading the next one in the series.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Willms

    Interesting story This was a very creative look at the world after death. The book is filled with interesting characters. The only thing I disliked about the book was its lack of editing. It was filled with with errors; this often distracted from the flow of the text.

  5. 5 out of 5

    J

    Felt too much like trying to combine JK Rowling with Neil Gaiman - but at an uneven tempo.

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