At the same time, there are other forces in motion, like the scary great uncle who keeps coming by, and the strange man Gwen sees one day when shopping. Then there's the even stranger story Robert tells her about what she saw. And finally, there's a discovery that brings their worlds to a halt, uniting Gwen and Robert in ways neither of them could have foretold.
In this remarkable follow-up to the wildly popular Things Not Seen, Andrew Clements brings readers a multi-layered story all about art, friendship, love, and life.
©2006 Andrew Clements; (P)2006 Recorded Books LLC
"This offers a riveting story line, engaging characters, and intriguing insights into the development of musical artistry." (Booklist)
I bought this one to listen to with my daughter and while I wasn't disappointed, I don't think it was one of his best. Also, I didn't know that this is book 2 of a trilogy. I wish we had listened in order. The narrator was good. Side note: I wonder if anyone has counted how many times Clements uses the word "because" in this book. My estimate is 9 billion.
Report Inappropriate Content