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Elliott is the new boy in school - again. He lives in a creepy house. His classmates ignore him. His bedroom is haunted. And, he just might be losing his mind.
Elliott isn't pleased about being exiled from Chicago to the sleepy town of Verona, Indiana, but he's determined to make the best of it. He meets Marshall, who is undoubtedly the most bizarre boy in school, but who is the only one, other than his grandmother, that Elliott can trust not to be freaked out by the ghost in his bedroom and the strange dreams that might not be dreams at all. Marshall introduces Elliott to a mismatched lot of companions: a jock, a skater, a bookworm, and a boy who dresses as if it's still the 1930s. Elliott is delighted to have friends at last, but there's something rather odd about Derrick, Cory, Jared, and Keaton. Nothing is quite as it seems in Verona, Indiana - in the present or the past.
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- Anonymous User
mark you had me till last two chapters of story. but I will say it's still a great story an I loved it
Salt Lake City Utah
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- Phoenix Nimitz
If your into Ghosts...
Because of past writings of Mr. Roder, I gave this book a 3 star, but in reality, it'd really a 2 star. If your into the supernatural & things that go bump into the night, then this book is for you. Not for me. it focuses on just three characters throughout the book, and it's just boring. But, maybe you'll like it?
- Peter T Potts
Something Different From Mark
This was a departure from the rest of The Verona Gay Youth Chronicles, but I enjoyed it. Although the characters we know are in the story, it was not centered around them.
Joe DiNozzi did a great job narrating this book.