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12 Year Old’s Review of The Undertakers: The End of the World, the final book in @TyDrago’s Undertakers series.

Today, I’m gonna talk about The Undertakers: The End of the World, the final book in Ty Drago’s Undertakers series.

This book continues the story about aliens (malum) attacking Earth hiding inside people’s dead bodies. Will and his buddies gotta stop them.

Mom: Wait – they are hiding in dead people’s bodies? 


Mom: But that’s gross!

Ha! Yup!

Mom: But don’t they decompose?

Yes! That’s what’s so cool about it. In the beginning, no one else can see it but the Undertakers.

Mom: Okay… I’m disturbed. Continue… I’ll shut up, now.

In this book, William ends up in the future where the aliens have destroyed the Earth. When he comes back in time, he tries to stop it from happening.

I like this book because it was really nonstop action. And a lot of times you think that they really aren’t going to make it, but then they do make it.

My favorite part of the book was when William sky-dived off the tower and ended up back in the present. I also liked the skate-boarding scene in the void because it was really intense, and if they didn’t skate fast enough they would die!

The only part I really didn’t like was that the book was unclear what happened to [name removed] at the end. I wanted to know what happened to [name removed], and I thought he was dead, but then something else happened and [spoiler removed] – so I was just unclear on all that. But that didn’t stop me from liking the book overall

The stuff in the beginning was really good, but most of the really intense action stuff happened at the end.

Those skate boards – I mean seriously – intense.

Overall this book was really, really good and I enjoyed the entire series. I’d give this book 4.5 stars out of five.

The entire series I would give 4.9 out of five stars. This is the second best series I have ever read.

Thanks for reading!



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End of the World

The Undertakers



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