Book Review: Peter Green And The Unliving Academy by Angelina Allsop

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Genre: Fiction

Age Recommended: 13 and up

This book was from an author whose publisher (https://www.tckpublishing.com/) reached out to me to read and review her book! I really liked the premise of the book, but it is definitely better suited for readers that are slightly younger than I am. Due to the unique plot of the book, the characters were also pretty one-dimensional, so it was difficult to relate to them and understand their thought process. Overall, the book was well-written and although the ending was definitely more rushed and less detailed than the rest of the book, it didn’t detract from the quality of the book; all in all, a fun read.


Peter has just woken up in the Afterlife with no idea who he is or how he died. He doesn’t even know his last name or his birthday. All Peter knows is that all of his memories will be restored at 18, and until then he must spend time at the Unliving Academy, a place where young boys and girls go if they die too early.

Once Peter reaches the Unliving Academy, he realizes that there are a lot more than prematurely dead kids around him. The school is home to everything from vampires to werewolves, and the teachers are no different. Peter becomes friends with Charlie and Scoot, two kids just like him who are trying to figure out where they fit in, having no memories of their own.

But throughout this experience, Peter can’t help but think that there is somewhere else he is supposed to be. He keeps imagining a pair of brown eyes and someone calling for help from the world that he’s left behind.

Will he be able to find the person who needs his help in time?

If you would like to read this book, you can purchase it here: http://geni.us/petergreenbook1m

You can also find more information about the author and publisher at the following links:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tckpublishing/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/TCKPublishing

Angelina’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aaallsop/

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