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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 23, 2014

    Camp Eagle Planning and Strategems

    Aall brilliant minds meet here. We discuss strategy against other clubs and organizations. All cluvs we are in war with will be posted here. Only General Eagle can declare war

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  • Posted January 21, 2013

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    Fantastic Ghost/Love Story! Card has yet to disappoint me. This

    Fantastic Ghost/Love Story!
    Card has yet to disappoint me. This is quite a ghost story, with rich characters and wonderful settings discriptions. The hero is flawed and yet has such integrity. He remains true to himself and his friends, while predictably righting wrongs. Witty, scary, and nail bittingly tense but such fun.!

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  • Posted November 13, 2010

    Mystery and Ghost Story Lovers!

    No. This is definitely not a typical Orson Scott Card book, but for those who are not fully sci-fi fans, this book is great. I am a fan of fantasy, alternate reality stories and this hit the spot. I was pleasantly surprised to find his phenomenal writing at my local library, too. Orson Scott Card steps over the bounds of reality and mixes in a ghost story twist. Think Monster House! Must read for those who have never tried him! He has a few more like this, too.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 15, 2000

    WHAT A GHOST!!!!

    Again Card is able to create characters as real as your neighbors. You are sucked into the story from the first chapter and it don't let you go until your finished. I have lent my book to several friends and relatives and they all agree it's one of the best books they have read. This one should be made into a movie. YO! Orson, get busy on the script!!!

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