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Michael P. Spradlin
Michael P. Spradlin is the author of more than a dozen books for children, some of which have actually been published. He grew up in a small town in Michigan not far from the Indiana border, which may explain his irrational fear of Hoosiers. (Both the inhabitants of the state of Indiana and the... show more



Michael P. Spradlin is the author of more than a dozen books for children, some of which have actually been published. He grew up in a small town in Michigan not far from the Indiana border, which may explain his irrational fear of Hoosiers. (Both the inhabitants of the state of Indiana and the movie starring Gene Hackman). Surrounded by books in his formative years, he grew up loving to read, imagining himself the hero of numerous epic battles and indulging in his favorite pastime, which was smuggling fireworks across the Ohio border so that he could blow up his collection of Plastic Green Army Men and Matchbox Cars. Michael is the author The Youngest Templar trilogy, The Spy Goddess series, and several picture books including the award winning Daniel Boone's Great Escape. When not writing, he enjoys reading, traveling, spending time with his family and worrying over the fact that he really should be writing instead of doing other stuff. He lives in Michigan with his wife Kelly, son Michael, daughter Rachel and two dogs Willow and Apollo

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My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it 9 years ago
What a fantastic adventure I found inside the pages of Into the Killing Sea. One minute I was folded into the confides of a makeshift crate with Patrick and his brother Teddy as their dreams of a better tomorrow floated into their minds and before long, I found myself shivering in the deep ocean bat...
Welcome!
Welcome! rated it 9 years ago
This was a fairly quick read, and by fairly quick, I mean, I read it in, like, an hour. Partly because it's pretty short and partly because I really like the way the suspense builds up, even if it is pre-teen-targeted. Really wish I'd have read the first in the series before this, because I can tell...
Akustrei
Akustrei rated it 11 years ago
I mean... it was pretty meh... or maybe I'm just getting over the whole Secret-Service-terrorist-plot thing.
Scott Reads It!
Scott Reads It! rated it 11 years ago
When you say Hollister, what do you think of? or Blood Riders was compared to Abe Lincoln, Vampire Hunter in an advertisement I saw online. This was extremely misleading because Blood Riders is nothing like Seth Grahame Smith's genius novel. Blood Riders is extremely tedious and...
For the Love of Books
For the Love of Books rated it 12 years ago
Awful disjointed story with no story or point just bad dialog
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