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Dead Connection

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 6, 2011

    A Great Mystery

    "He talks to the dead. The dead talk to him." This fast paced mystery novel will have you on your toes from beginning to end. The main character, Murray, is very different from the other kids in his school, instead of hanging out at the mall with friends, he hangs out in cemeteries with the dead. But when Murray meets Pearl, the nosy daughter of the cemetery's caretaker, his whole world turns upside down as he works to solve Nikki, a missing cheerleader's disappearance, which turns out it quite a surprise. Even through frights and fights the children won't give up until they can get Nikki found. Each chapter switches who the main character is, so you know each character's view on things, which leads you to really wonder about who killed Nikki and who was just an innocent passerby. Murray's ability to talk to the dead really helps spice up the story so it isn't just another mystery book. It is one of the most original mysteries with one of the most unexpected endings I have ever read. I definitely would recommend this book to you!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 29, 2008

    An awesome book, I really liked it

    I thought this book was really good. When you first start to read it talks about different people and what is going on in their lives. Thought out the book Murray talks to the dead people in graves. This is what gets him to uncover a very important piece of information that no one else could seem to find. As the book goes on you come to see all the people end up being connected in some way. The only thing I didn't like is that to end of the book kind of keeps you wondering. But overall it was a very good book and I enjoyed it a lot.

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    Posted November 3, 2009

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