- Author:Dianne Salerni
- Publisher:Sourcebooks Fire (May 1, 2010)
- Pages:448 pages
- Subcategory:Growing Up & Facts of Life
- FB2 format1466 kb
- ePUB format1596 kb
- DJVU format1343 kb
- Formats:lrf lit lrf rtf
Are you coming or not? she demanded with her usual bluntness. I wanted to go, of course, but felt obliged to consult Elisha. Unexpectedly, he gave his blessings.
Are you coming or not? she demanded with her usual bluntness. y before you move to Mrs. Turner’s. I have a dozen things waiting in New York that need my immediate attention. I will see you once more in the city when you return from Hydesville, and it is there we will have our good-byes. I cannot bear to think of them no. .
We Hear the Dead book. See a Problem? We’d love your help. It started out as a harmless prank. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. by. Dianne K. Salerni (Goodreads Author).
She has previously published educational materials for teachers, as well as short stories. We Hear the Dead is her first full-length novel. With her husband and her two daughters, Salerni lives in Pennsylvania, where she is at work on her novel.
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We Hear the Dead finely walks the tightrope of historical retelling and period romance .
We Hear the Dead finely walks the tightrope of historical retelling and period romance, all the while presenting some modern heroines in an unlikely setting. And while the story begins with a prank, it concludes with a young woman in the mid-19th century making a bold and daring decision for herself.
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We Hear the Dead would be a great book for groups with girls aged 14 and older. Cindy Hudson is the author of Book by Book: The Complete Guide to Creating Mother Daughter Book Clubs (Seal Press 2009) and creator of Mother Daughter Book Club. She also writes about family literacy issues. View all posts by Cindy Hudson.
In the third book of the series that VOYA recommends "for fans of Percy Jackson and Harry Potter," the war over the Eighth Day continues-and there's more at stake than ever before. The battle between Kin and Transitioners that's been brewing for centuries has finally come to a head
"Readers will be swept along with Maggie and Kate as they bamboozle an entire nation, and will feel for Maggie as she debates whether or not to leave the profession...Dianne K. Salerni has written a brilliant debut novel." -TeensReadToo.com
Maggie: I began the deception when I was too young to know right from wrong. Only with the passing of time did I come to understand the consequences of my actions.
Kate: I do not believe that I have ever intentionally deceived anyone. Maggie has a different understanding of the events that have happened. To her the spirits were always a game. For me they were my life's calling. I have no regrets.
It starts as a harmless prank...then one lie quickly grows into another. Soon Kate and Maggie Fox are swept into a dizzying flurry of national attention for their abilities to communicate with the dead. But living a lie is sometimes too much to handle, even if you have the best intentions. Based on a true story, We Hear the Dead reveals how secrets and lies can sometimes lead you to what's real and what's right. And how sometimes talking with the dead is easier than talking with the people around you.
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"A great read that had me turning pages long after I should have gone to bed."