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by Ilsa J. Bick, Joshua Swanson
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Fallen Over Book Reviews
Fallen Over Book Reviews rated it 4 years ago
The cover is what drew me to the book I didn't even read the synopsis at all until I went onto Goodreads to add this book to my current reading list. This wasn't as scary as I thought it would be with the title being Draw the Dark. Mostly this book is about a young boy who ends up solving a murde...
MissEdithSpeaksOutOfTurn rated it 7 years ago
The fourth star is given only because I know where she is going with all this.This was an interesting book with a lot of plot elements that don't quite balance. Ilsa J. Bick is a wonderful writer, and in her last two books she has proven herself a master of the sophisticated dispersal of information...
Karin's Book Nook
Karin's Book Nook rated it 7 years ago
Christian Cage is a troubled young man. At 17-years-old he has had more than his share of tragedies. Both of his parents disappeared when he was a little boy, his first-grade teacher attempted suicide because of him (people say), and now he is suffering from intensely, vivid dreams of the past that...
Tracy's Stay in Midian
Tracy's Stay in Midian rated it 7 years ago
I live in Wisconsin and actually have relatives who live in the real Winter so this book was really fun to read. I loved the story and the concept of another world that artists can literally "draw" their inspiration from.
JennieBasset rated it 7 years ago
Back to the library for this one. Not in the mood right now.
pamelaokramer rated it 8 years ago
Draw the Dark by Ilsa J. Bick is an unusual book for young adults. It's a combination of historical fiction, psychological fiction, fantasy and mystery all rolled up into one very interesting read.The protagonist, Christian, is a different kind of kid. He has few friends, the townspeople think he's ...
Translate My Heart
Translate My Heart rated it 8 years ago
What drew me to this book was that it wasn't like many of the fantasy novels lining up the young adult shelves. It wasn't a paranormal romance. It wasn't a mocking of the genre either. Rather, it was a blend of fantasy, mystery and history. And it was history part caught me. I wouldn't say I'm a his...
A Book and A Review #2
A Book and A Review #2 rated it 9 years ago
I was disappointed when I first saw that this book was classified as young adult. I almost returned it; however, I am happy I chose to continue to read it. This book was anything but superficial. The story was creepy and mysterious from page one and kept my attention to the last page. A word of warn...
ABookGeek rated it 9 years ago
I didn’t really know what to expect when I started this book. First of all, I have to say that after finishing the book, I really liked it and plan to suggest it for my son to read. The first section, entitled “November1, Late Morning Winter, Wisconsin left me wondering what I was about to read. I t...
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