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Things Not Seen

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

18 out of 21 people found this review helpful.

Best Book on the market!

This book is the best book on the market. Things not seen is a mix of drama, comedy, and mystery. Andrew Clements uses writers craft the whole book and makes sure the reader keeps reading on. It's so suspenceful that if you put the book down 1 minute later you will want...
This book is the best book on the market. Things not seen is a mix of drama, comedy, and mystery. Andrew Clements uses writers craft the whole book and makes sure the reader keeps reading on. It's so suspenceful that if you put the book down 1 minute later you will want to pick it back up and read it until tour done the book. The book always has action going on and it is never boring.

posted by Anonymous on June 20, 2008

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Most Helpful Critical Review

1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Ok not that great.

This book was OK, not that great. Kind of a boring ending. He wakes up and suddenly appears, after the whole book of being invisible. Through the entire book I was thinking there was going to be this GREAT way that he would reappear.However all of the sudden he was just...
This book was OK, not that great. Kind of a boring ending. He wakes up and suddenly appears, after the whole book of being invisible. Through the entire book I was thinking there was going to be this GREAT way that he would reappear.However all of the sudden he was just woken up and ivisible again,Wow exciting. I thought most of the book was kid of boring, and not NEAR as good as his usual books such as Janitor's Boy, and A Week In The Woods.

posted by Anonymous on March 20, 2004

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 20, 2004

    Ok not that great.

    This book was OK, not that great. Kind of a boring ending. He wakes up and suddenly appears, after the whole book of being invisible. Through the entire book I was thinking there was going to be this GREAT way that he would reappear.However all of the sudden he was just woken up and ivisible again,Wow exciting. I thought most of the book was kid of boring, and not NEAR as good as his usual books such as Janitor's Boy, and A Week In The Woods.

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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