The Deadly Spawn (Douglas McKeown, 1983)

Say farewell to your mom and dad checking on the flooding in the basement, your well-meaning psychiatrist uncle, your elder brother’s girlfriend, the electrician. Forget your aunt’s exotic vegetarian luncheon with the ladies. Your brother can stop thinking he’ll ever finish his homework project and go on a double date with the girl he’s kinda sorta into. His science will not triumph over your imagination, your overactive imagination will not trump his logic. Wave goodbye to your house. And your planet.

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