The lovable underdog Lewis Barnavelt and his best friend Rose Rita are at it again—investigating the curious (and possibly supernatural?) goings-on in their town of New Zebedee. They get more than they bargained for when a new family moves into the Hawaii House, one of the oddest-looking houses in town, and Lewis and Rose Rita are drawn into a mystery involving forces far beyond the shores of their imagination. Why are there strange drumbeats emanating from the top floor of the Hawaii House? And why is Lewis having dreams about Pele, the Hawaiian goddess of fire?
Incorporating actual Hawaiian legends with a spine-tingling story of suspense, this is another great addition to the Bellairs canon.
About the Author
Brad Strickland lives in Georgia.
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I am absolutely addicted to John Bellairs/Brad Strickland mysteries and am so sad that I seem to be almost at the end of the series!! I really think that I would write these types of books if I ever decided to write for children. Something about the 50's setting, the endearing characters, and the surprisingly complex, chilling mysteries is so different and so appealing.
I really enjoyed th oh s story. The characters came alive and I could imagine everything that happened.