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Denton Little's Still Not Dead

Lance Rubin

At the end of Rubin's debut, Denton Little's Deathdate (2015), Denton escaped government agents and, more importantly, his own death. In this follow-up, the comedic saga continues and he's in for even more surprises. Although he was told that his mother died the day he was born, she’s actually alive and involved in an anti-deathdate movement in which Denton too, is suddenly embroiled. Because she injected herself with the virus while she was pregnant, Denton has the ability to destroy deathdates and now he’s on a mission to transfer the life-saving virus via his saliva. But persuading people to kiss him, or drink the beverages he hands them, is harder than it sounds!