Max Brallier Book Signing on Oct. 3

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We are so excited to welcome children's author Max Brallier to Best of Books! He will sign copies of his new book, The Last Kids on Earth and the Midnight Blade, on Thursday, Oct. 3 at 6PM. This is the 5th book in Brallier's The Last Kids on Earth series, which is also going to be a Netflix original series!

Surviving their first winter after the Monster Apocalypse was no easy feat, yet Jack and his buddies waste no time springing to action against some of the nastiest, most evil monsters around. When Jack discovers his Louisville Slicer has new, otherworldly powers, he's thrown into epic training to find out what kind of destruction the blade can wield.



But between fighting off zombies, fleeing from strange, glowy Vine-Thingies erupting from the ground, and squeezing in a video game session or two, there's barely time left to figure out what's wrong with their buddy, Dirk, who's been acting weird any time he's around the undead. When an unexpected villain appears, can Jack and his friends save themselves--and the rest of the world--from cosmic domination?

Max Brallier is the New York Times bestselling author of more than thirty books and games, including the previous books in the Last Kids on Earth series. He is the creator and writer of Galactic Hot Dogs, an ongoing middle-grade web serial and book series with Aladdin. He writes for licensed properties including Adventure Time, Regular Show, and Uncle Grandpa. Under the pen name Jack Chabert, he is the creator and author of the Eerie Elementary series for Scholastic Books. In the olden days, he worked in the marketing department at St. Martin's Press. Max lives just outside of New York City with his wife and daughter.

Event date: 
Thursday, October 3, 2019 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm
Event address: 
1313 E. Danforth
Edmond, OK 73034
The Last Kids on Earth and the Midnight Blade Cover Image
$13.99
ISBN: 9780425292112
Availability: Coming SOON! Available for Pre-Order Now!
Published: Viking Books for Young Readers - September 17th, 2019