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The Unspoken - Fahy, Thomas
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2009, ISBN: 9781416940074

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New York: Scholastic , 2001. Hardcover. Very Good +. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Pictorial boards. School/Library Binding (sewn). "With this impeccably crafted novel two-time Newbery Medalist Konigsburg (The View from Saturday) again demonstrates her keen insight into the needs and tastes of a middle-grade audience. Here she ventures into what seems, for her, unusually dark territory. The story begins with a transcript of a 911 phone call. The caller himself (shortly afterward identified as 13-year-old Branwell Zamborska) appears silent, then a young British woman (an au pair) takes the phone and says that a six-month baby is unconscious: "He dropped her." As the comatose baby undergoes hospitalization, Branwell is struck mute and brought to a county facility for disturbed youths while prosecutors weigh charges against him. Young readers, unlikely to recall Louise Woodward and the Eappens, will be rapt as Konigsburg slowly unravels the true circumstances of the baby's accident and of Branwell's silence. Connor, Branwell's best friend, narrates and serves as detective, ingeniously finding a way to prise clues out of Branwell and piece them together. He enlists the help of his 20-something half-sister Margaret, one of those brilliant, slightly cryptic and idiosyncratic heroines Konigsburg fashions so well. In her classic style, the author inlays the plot with intriguing facts that prove significant (e.g., a Frenchman paralyzed completely except for his left eye "wrote" a book by having a friend recite the alphabet, then blinking when she came to the letter he needed). Along the way, Konigsburg also investigates the dynamics of step-families, preadolescent sexuality and other knotty subjects -- the extraordinary achievement here is that she joins every element so seamlessly in the service of her gripping story. Ages 10-14." -- Publishers Weekly. "Silent to the Bone is an amazing children's book. Only E.L. Konigsburg could have written it because almost no other author has such an understanding of young people. No other author could have given the reader such insight to the character's lives. Silent to the Bone is mostly about these insights. The plot follows Connor and Branwell, two thirteen-year-olds. Branwell has been accused of shaking and dropping the baby, but has become mute after whatever it was that happenned. Connor doesn't think that Branwell committed the crime; so he takes it upon himself to get Branwell to speak. To do this, though, means Connor (with his sister's help) must begin to peal back the layers of Branwell's life. He must learn exactly why Branwell became silent. He must learn about the tension and stress in the family's like (all the while, learning about his own family). Connor must try to piece together what happened at Branwell's home the months preceeding the accident as well as the day of the accident. The end result is almost a detective novel, but one with psychological insights. Silent to the Bone is a novel which will make a person think. Some of the themes may be too mature for younger readers, but young adults and older readers will gain from this novel and will certainly be fascinated and entertained by it." -- review by John. Book is in very good condition with very mild edge wear, surface smudging. Pages are clean and binding is tight. No dust jacket, Scholastic, 2001, New York, NY: HarperCollins Publishers, 2009. Book. Illus. by Sipley, Don. Very Good. Mass Market Paperback. 393 KB. For centuries Mira has been a nightwalker-an unstoppable enforcer for a mysterious organization that manipulates earth-shaking events from the darkest shadows. But elemental mastery over fire sets her apart from others of her night-prowling breed . . . and may be all that prevents her doom. The foe she now faces is human: the vampire hunter called Danaus, who has already destroyed so many undead. For Mira, the time has come to hunt . . . or be hunted.., HarperCollins Publishers, 2009, Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2008-02-05. Hardcover. New. 1416940073 From Booklist Five years after the fiery death of Jacob Crawley, a self-styled prophet and founder of a cult called The Divine Path, five teens are reunited by the death of Crawley?s son, Harold, who was found drowned, miles from the nearest water. Holed up in a motel in their former hometown, the teens soon begin to suspect that they might be facing death in the way each one fears the most?just as creepy Jacob Crawley once prophesied. Sure enough, one by one, they start to die. Fahy, the author of the adult horror novel Night Visions (2004), makes his YA debut with this story, which reads like a screenplay and is filled with horror-movie conventions (though, mercifully, no one goes into a dark basement). That said, the white-knuckle moments will hold genre fans, and an equivocal ending that suggests a sequel might be waiting in the wings. Grades 8-12. --Michael Cart Review Teeth-clenchingly suspenseful at times and deliciously creepy at others, Fahy (Night Visions) delivers a classic horror story with his YA debut, about a religious cult destroyed by a fire and the six teens who escape. He pulls out all the necessary stops as he constructs the terrifying story of what comes to pass five years later as the surviving teens are being murdered one by one, according to the cult leader's prophecy. The author gives readers gory visual descriptions of the crime scenes, tension-building cliffhangers and the type of unexpected surprises that if translated to film would make moviegoers scream, and he nails each device beautifully. An element of genre-specific camp attaches to some of the scenes; for example, the main character, Allison, has epileptic seizures during which she envisions each murder before it happens; and in a pivotal sequence, Allison assumes the killer is dead, but readers know otherwise. Executed with panache, these familiar elements only add to the overall thrill. A page-turner that just might keep readers up at night--especially given the loosely resolved ending. Ages 12-up. (Feb.) -- From Publishers Weekly (February 11, 2008), Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2008-02-05

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Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2008-02-05. Hardcover. New. 1416940073 From Booklist Five years after the fiery death of Jacob Crawley, a self-styled prophet and founder of a cult called The Divine Path, five teens are reunited by the death of Crawley?s son, Harold, who was found drowned, miles from the nearest water. Holed up in a motel in their former hometown, the teens soon begin to suspect that they might be facing death in the way each one fears the most?just as creepy Jacob Crawley once prophesied. Sure enough, one by one, they start to die. Fahy, the author of the adult horror novel Night Visions (2004), makes his YA debut with this story, which reads like a screenplay and is filled with horror-movie conventions (though, mercifully, no one goes into a dark basement). That said, the white-knuckle moments will hold genre fans, and an equivocal ending that suggests a sequel might be waiting in the wings. Grades 8-12. --Michael Cart Review Teeth-clenchingly suspenseful at times and deliciously creepy at others, Fahy (Night Visions) delivers a classic horror story with his YA debut, about a religious cult destroyed by a fire and the six teens who escape. He pulls out all the necessary stops as he constructs the terrifying story of what comes to pass five years later as the surviving teens are being murdered one by one, according to the cult leader's prophecy. The author gives readers gory visual descriptions of the crime scenes, tension-building cliffhangers and the type of unexpected surprises that if translated to film would make moviegoers scream, and he nails each device beautifully. An element of genre-specific camp attaches to some of the scenes; for example, the main character, Allison, has epileptic seizures during which she envisions each murder before it happens; and in a pivotal sequence, Allison assumes the killer is dead, but readers know otherwise. Executed with panache, these familiar elements only add to the overall thrill. A page-turner that just might keep readers up at night--especially given the loosely resolved ending. Ages 12-up. (Feb.) -- From Publishers Weekly (February 11, 2008), Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2008-02-05

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In this thrilling horror novel, the author of ´´Night Visions´´ brings together five teens who, along with a now-deceased sixth member, were the only survivors of a religious cult destroyed by fire five years earlier. Now it seems each teen is being targeted for a death--just as the cult leader had predicted. Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers The Unspoken Schulbuch Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher>Krimis & Thriller>Horror, Simon & Schuster Children´s Publishing

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The Unspoken
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Fahy, Thomas

Titel:

The Unspoken

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1416940073

In this thrilling horror novel, the author of "Night Visions" brings together five teens who, along with a now-deceased sixth member, were the only survivors of a religious cult destroyed by fire five years earlier. Now it seems each teen is being targeted for a death in exactly the way each fears most--just as the cult leader had predicted.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781416940074
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1416940073
Gebundene Ausgabe
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2008
Herausgeber: S&S BOOKS FOR YOUNG READERS
166 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,277 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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