Book, TV show about a lost town in the middle of nowhere and its inhabitants is canceled

The Book, a TV show based on the novel by John Green, has been canceled, a spokesperson for the publisher said Monday.

The series, based on John Green’s novel The Fault in Our Stars, is the latest in a series of TV adaptations of the book, according to the publisher.

The series is the brainchild of Green and his wife, Laura Loomer, the executive producer and book and television director of the New York Times Book Review.

Green’s series is based on a novel that was published in 2007 and inspired a movie in 2010.

It was also the subject of a 2014 BBC documentary series.

In recent months, the series has been hit by an uncertain development, including the cancellation of the TV series starring Kevin Spacey.

In the book and the film, a town in rural Ohio, called New Fenton, is overrun by the undead, and the residents are forced to relocate to a small town in upstate New York.

The town is home to a band of survivors, the book says.

But the townspeople have long struggled to make ends meet.

The townspeaks English, but the residents speak in Fentonish.

The book also describes the town as being “an empty shell of its former self.”

The TV series will be set in a fictional town called New York City.

The network said it is seeking a third season and a fifth season for the series.