~ Review by Cat on the Roof -YA and MG readers will love this supernatural romparound the mysteries and fun of New England history, friendship and tolerance
This book is great fun for young adult and middle grade readers--full of supernatural adventures from a trio of kids who find each other and set off to decipher the mysteries hidden in history of their backyards, basements and woods in a small New England town. Themes about green space, inclusion, the magic of history, individuality, and lessons of tolerance, acceptance and friendship enrich this wonderful romp through the woods. Looking forward to another Step Patrick book!
Excerpt - (Kindle Locations 4-12)
Book One – Tony
“All things truly wicked start from innocence.” – Ernest HemingwayHe first started visiting me when I was ten years old. He would come from under the bed in the middle of the night, wearing his black robe, his face always bright white, and his mouth was a black line. At first, I thought he was a figment of my imagination, because his appearance was blurry, like a picture submerged in water. He could have been the boogeyman, the devil, a ghost or a demon. I didn't know what he was or what he wanted.
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