Interstellar pig

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Bantam, 1984 - Juvenile Fiction - 196 pages
88 Reviews
A teenager becomes interested in a strange board game called "Interstellar Pig," the obsession of his new and unusual neighbors, and he soon stumbles into a nightmare when he discovers that the game is real.

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I liked the ending the best. - Goodreads
Plot is fast and suspenseful. - Goodreads
The only outstanding thing was the irony of the ending. - Goodreads

Review: Interstellar Pig (Interstellar Pig #1)

User Review  - Eric - Goodreads

I've wanted to read this forever, but only now got around to it. As YA science fiction goes, it was really quite good, a fun read, and surprisingly imaginative. My only complaint is that the ... Read full review

Review: Interstellar Pig (Interstellar Pig #1)

User Review  - Leena - Goodreads

Love this book. I read this one several times when I was 12 or so and before everyone was reading YA novels. I just re-read it and unlike some other youthful favorites, it has definitely stood the test of time. Snappily written, speedily moving, exciting, bizarre, and plain cool. Read full review

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Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1984)

For more than thirty years, William Sleator has thrilled readers with his inventive books. His "House of Stairs" was named one of the best novels of the twentieth century by the Young Adult Library Services Association. He divides his time between homes in Boston and rural Thailand.

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