Killer Pizza

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Feiwel & Friends, May 26, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 352 pages
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Pizza you'll die for!

Toby McGill dreams of becoming a world-famous chef, but up until now, his only experience has been watching the Food Network. When Toby lands a summer job at Killer Pizza, where pies like The Monstrosity and The Frankensausage are on the menu, things seem perfect. His coworkers, Annabel and Strobe, are cool, and Toby loves being part of a team. But none of them are prepared for what's really going on at Killer Pizza: It's a front for a monster-hunting organization!

Learning to cook pizzas is one thing, but killing hideously terrifying monsters? That's a whole other story. Still, if Toby quits Killer Pizza, will monsters take over his town?

Greg Taylor's Killer Pizza is a humorous and fast-paced read that R.L. Stine calls "a hot slice of horror that I couldn't put down!"

 

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User Review  - RalphLagana - LibraryThing

If you're familiar with Men in Black, then you have a good sense of what this book will be like. It's a quick moving story despite its size, and will appeal to tweeners. Makes for a nice beach read for the reluctant Young Adult or the month of October. Read full review

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User Review  - br13lagi - LibraryThing

I read the book Killer Pizza and its about a boy named Toby that that gets a job at the local pizza parlor. On the third day of work Toby and the other workers are asked to join the killer pizza ... Read full review

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Contents

PROLOGUE SOMETHING WICKED
1
PART ONE KILLER PIZZA
5
PART TWO HOW TO BECOME AN MCO
69
PART THREE STAKEOUTS NEW RECIPES AND VISITORS IN THE NIGHT
139
PART FOUR EVIL RISING
219
EPILOGUE GRADUATION
331
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Greg Taylor is the author of the young adult novels The Girl Who Became a Beatle and Killer Pizza: The Slice. Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he graduated from Penn State University and started out his career as a professional drummer, before moving to Los Angeles to become a screenwriter. His screenwriting credits include Jumanji, Harriet the Spy, Prancer, and The Christmas Box.

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