A sharp and witty post-apocalyptic high school comedy drama Sarabeth Lewis knows that anyone who's anyone will be at Teena McAuley's party this weekend. As it turns out, anyone who isn't anyone will end up in Teena's basement. This will include Sarabeth. But come the morning after, they're actually pretty glad of that fact...You know it's going to be a bad day when you emerge from a party you're not supposed to have been invited to in the first place to find the house destroyed and almost everyone you know in bits. Quite literally, in Sarabeth's case. Whilst she and the rest of the school's outcasts have been locked in the basement, the world appears to have ended - Sarabeth, Leo, Evan and Teena (who accidentally locked herself in the basement too...) have unwittingly become survivors of an alien invasion. Now they'll have to put their differences aside for long enough to save their town, themselves and quite possibly the world - and use everything they've got (including glittery face-paint) to squish some serious alien butt.
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Iva-Marie Palmer grew up on the South Side of Chicago in a suburb known as Oak Lawn, which also serves as a fictionalized setting for her book. Through the years Iva-Marie has held a jaw-dropping number of jobs in a variety of fields including swim instructor, golf caddy, Hallmark clerk, member of a college road crew, campus newspaper editor, music director for her college radio station, and door-woman for a rock club. Shortly after getting married to fellow writer/reporter Stephan Stanis, Iva-Marie moved to Los Angeles and now has a two-year old son, Clark, who she says might just be the world's most adorable and funny person. Their current suburb is home to several movie studios, a fact she still finds awesome even after living there for seven years. Follow Iva-Marie at www.ivamariepalmer.com or on Twitter: @ivamarie
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