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Thirteen Days to Midnight

Narrated by: Steven Boyer
Length: 7 hrs and 16 mins
4 out of 5 stars (47 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Best-selling author Patrick Carman delivers his first novel for teens with a compelling story that explores the dark side of having a superpower. In Thirteen Days to Midnight, Carman presents a close circle of friends who find themselves facing intriguing questions: Can a life really be saved? Or is it a fool’s game to deny death’s insistence? And even if possible, would saving one life mean bringing doom upon another—or creating a harmful rift in the fabric of the world?

©2010 Patrick Carman (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC

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Thirteen days to midnight

What I liked about this book was that it alway kept me at the edge of my seat and I would recommend this book to people that like horror,adventure and suspense I would give this book five stars 🎖🎖🎖🎖🎖Because it was unexpecting

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Loved it!!!

I really like the suspense it has! It's subtle, but it's there!
Also, my favorite part is when a certain someone finds a certain "Item" that's super important, and some history behind the "power"

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Orphans have all the fun

The ultimate mystery here is to figure out why I can't die - and is it contagious. Example: high speed face plant riding a longboard in Salem - not a scratch. Add guilt and ethical dilemmas. The story premise is engaging. The story locale is cartographically accurate; I've been everywhere mentioned in the book except the actual stores. But I downgrade the story for depending on tired unflattering stereotypes of Catholic schools, students and teachers. They don't match the realities that I have met. The old priests do get a better but earthy treatment.