The Stone Child
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
Since reading John Bellairs' Lewis Barnavelt series, I have been looking for something with the same feel. I think I found it with Dan Poblocki."The Stone Child" is a dark, YA tale that doesn't insult the intelligence of older readers. Tying in myths and folklore, Poblocki puts together a creepy sto...
The idea was good but the way story was told could be better. Two stars but it doesn’t mean it not worth reading.
Thank God I'm finally finished. It's not that it was bad, it just wasn't good. I feel very blah about it. I feel like it had so much potential that it never quite reached. It was a very on the surface story,like a tale you would tell around a campfire, lacking in depth. Sure there were interesting m...
Very creepy story, one that I think students looking for scary stories will love!
Review in 75 Words or Less: Word of advice: Do not read this novel at night... there are parts of this novel that are downright scary. I have to say that this novel really surprised me. While the characters are middle schoolish, parts of this novel are so advanced. The premise, the creatures, the my...
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