The Hunt for the Seventh

The Hunt for the Seventh

eBook - 2010-03-01
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A haunted mansion.Six dead children.A garden of statues.With every step he takes around the carefully manicured grounds of Minerva Hall, Jim is haunted by the ghosts of children, long dead, whom no one else can see. Urging him to "find the Seventh," the children leave him cryptic clues pointing to a devastating ancient prophecy that only he can stop from being fulfilled.Jim befriends another boyEinstein, who lives at the Hall. Einstein is autistic and very, very smart. If anyone can help Jim find the Seventh, perhaps he canEinstein clearly knows more than he is saying. At the same time, the dead children seem to be leaving Jim some sort of macabre treasure trail.If Jim doesn't figure out the clues, innocent people will die. But how can Jim find the answers while the dangers of the Hall grow ever more threatening? And even if he can, the real question isis Jim already too late?Linking ancient rites with modern mystery, Christine Morton-Shaw has crafted an...
Publisher: New York: HarperCollins, 2010-03-01.
ISBN: 9780062003102
Branch Call Number: eBook Overdrive

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maroon_horse_157
Nov 05, 2018

I loved this book so much I have read it 5 times! And I also can't believe you thought it was terrible! you are crazy!

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timzhou
Feb 23, 2015

FYI, I am the daughter of the owner of this account. How could you say that?????!!!!!!! (Directed to 22950008041261) It is a little spooky sometimes, but I just could not set it down once I picked it up (at least not willingly). My dad made me leave it at the library though, since we didn't have our library cards. :( I am about half way through but I love it!!!!

Red_Monkey_236 Aug 02, 2012

I love this book!!! Once I started I couldn't stop!!! (I am 12, this book might not be in everyones interest)
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OLINTON NEWTON
Jan 26, 2011

At first it okay....but later on....the author like screwed it up...(after his father said not to leave the hall)....the kid still leaves the house...even after the father got fired... :(

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nnault
Jul 11, 2010

A story that captured both my 11 year old son and his 8 year old sister's interest. I brought it along on a camping holiday last summer and both kids begged me EVERY DAY to read some more (unheard of with my kids, expecially the boy). I've been looking for another book like this ever since...

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22950008041261
Feb 20, 2010

worst book i've ever read. the plot line was bad and it was a wannabe horror book.

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Feb 23, 2015

timzhou thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 11 and 50

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Feb 23, 2015

Turn around slowly, there is someone else besides you here.

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