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Some lucky fans of Charlie Higson's "The Enemy" series will be given the opportunity to be in the trailer for Higson's latest novel, The Sacrifice. Shooting will be on Saturday 30 June, and they need a "small army of zombie 'sickos'" at an undisclosed location in South London for filming.

This will be the fourth in a series of trailers for "The Enemy" books, and Higson has written and will be directing it. The Sacrifice will be published by Puffin books on 20 September 2012.

From the press release:
To enter, zombie hopefuls must be over 16 and will need to send a photo of themselves and 50 words (or less) describing why they would make a good zombie to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by Tuesday 26 June.  Spaces are limited and the lucky ones chosen to take part will be notified the following day. For full details and terms and conditions, go to  

Set in and around London, the events in "The Enemy" series take place in a world where a mystery disease has broken out affecting only grown-ups.  Some survive, but those that do face a more terrifying fate - they turn into hideous zombies with an insatiable appetite for human flesh. Children form gangs and attempt to survive in an unrecognisable world where there are dangers around every corner.

The first novel in his bestselling zombie-adventure series for teenagers,
The Enemy, was published by Puffin in 2009 and was followed by The Dead (2010) and The Fear (2011). Charlie is a huge fan of horror films and books, and even studied gothic literature at university.  With three sons of his own, Charlie knows exactly how to terrify and captivate teenagers in equal measure.

Links: The Enemy Official Site | Charlie Higson Official Site | Puffin | HorrorTalk Review of The Enemy | HorrorTalk Review of The Dead | HorrorTalk Review of The Fear


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