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When Aquila Robinson and her friend Naomi find a magical ring at the bottom of a stony creek, strange thing begin to happen. The sound of shuffling feet emerges from the woods, followed closely by a low moaning, “brraaaiiinnsss,” that sends the girls running and begins an adventure that could only come from the mind of a seven year old author.

SEPTIC ZOMBIE is the first story written by homeschooled seven year old, Aquila Robinson (the real Aquila). With the help of her father (bestselling author Jeremy Robinson), Aquila has written, art directed, formatted and released this book, which she dictated to her father. Every word is hers, though she did work with an editor (mostly to fix Dad’s typos). She even contacted the authors below and asked them to read the book—those are real endorsements! Speaking of which:

"Zombies, magic rings, UFOs, and aliens...Aquila Robinson's story SEPTIC ZOMBIE is something I would have written, if I'd been as brave as a seven-year-old girl. A story for the ages...for all the ages!" --James Rollins, NY Times Bestselling Author of THE DEVIL COLONY

"I LOVE this! Aquila is a fierce talent with a wildly inventive mind. She is going to push her father and me out of the book business one of these days." – Jonathan Maberry, NY Times Bestselling author of ASSASSIN’S CODE and DUST & DECAY

"Aquila Robinson has a soaring imagination and sense of wonder—just like her dad. She also has a wickedly sharp sense of humor. SEPTIC ZOMBIE is a whole lot of fun. Keep an eye on this young author." --Kane Gilmour, Author of RESURRECT and CALLSIGN: DEEP BLUE

This is a call to arms. Please support the talent and ambitions of our youths. In a world where video games reign dominant, Aquila Robinson shows that it's never too early to start believing that anything is possible if you're just willing to try.

Grab your copy of Aquila Robonson's SEPTIC ZOMBIE today!

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