5 edition of other side of the dark found in the catalog.
other side of the dark
|Statement||by Judith Thompson.|
|LC Classifications||PR9199.3.T469 O74 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||176 p. :|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||90105658|
The Dark on the Other Side is a bit darker if youll forbid the term than the usual fare from Barbara Michaels (one of the pseudonyms used by Barbara Mertz). Pretty much all that the other reviews have said is true: The plot really drags in the middle, and the alley cat Napoleon is the most interesting character in the entire novel/5. The Other Side of the Dark by Judith Thompson and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
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This Study Guide consists of approximately 52 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of The Other Side of Dark. Stacy McAdams is the main character and the narrator of "The Other Side of Dark". She is a seventeen-year. Seveneves, by Neal Stephenson You can’t discuss the dark side of moon without mentioning Neal Stephenson’s latest beefy SF thriller, in which it explodes on page one and ushers in the ’s a shocking moment: in a different novel, a little thing like the moon blowing up for mysterious reasons would be built to over the course of hundreds of pages and would serve as a Author: Jeff Somers.
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The Other Side of Dark is one of Joan Lowery Nixon’s most intriguing, suspenseful, and dramatic mysteries. “The compelling premise and Nixon’s mastery of suspense are gripping.” –Publishers Weekly “Tense and dramatic [The Other Side of Dark has a] quick pace, and the determined protagonist should attract and hold readers.”Cited by: The Other Side of Dark is a book about a girl who got shot and stuck in a coma for four years.
When she woke up she found out her mother was dead. She goes on a crazy adventure with the media, friends, school, the murderer and even love/5. The Other Side Of Dark is a disturbing, empowering, thought provoking exploration of slavery and race.
Its a book with that special factor. It has that special fire that captures the teenage condition, mixed paranormal elements/5. The Other Side of the Dark book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(22). The Other Side of Dark by Sarah Smith - Katie Mullens is known as the weird kid.
Dead dad. Dead mom. Loner. Maybe crazy. Always drawing in her sketch pad, and Book Edition: Reprint. The Other Side of Dark is one of Joan Lowery Nixon’s most intriguing, suspenseful, and dramatic mysteries.
“The compelling premise and Nixon’s mastery of suspense are gripping.” –Publishers Weekly “Tense and dramatic [The Other Side of Dark has a] quick pace, and other side of the dark book determined protagonist should attract and hold readers.”.
The book I read was Other Side of Dark by Joan Lowery Nixon. The story is about Stacy McAdams, a 17 year old girl who just awakes from a coma for 4 long, years. She was brought to the hospital at the age of 13, after being shot by her Mother's by: Detailed plot synopsis reviews of The Other Side of the Dark Stacy wakes up after a four year long coma from a gunshot wound delivered by a man who killed her mother.
Now that she's up and around, Stacy knows that she is the only one who can identify the murderer. Massachusetts Book Award--Best YA Book of the Year § "Law Walker and Katie Mullens couldn't be more different.
He's the son of a wealthy African-American historian and a white architectural historian. She's a talented artist from a poor family who, after the death of her mother, begins to draw what she sees: ghosts and the horrific ways they died.
Nobody wrote Gothics like Barbara Michaels. When you open one of her books, you know it's going to be time well spent. Her characters are wonderful, the suspense builds in excruciating increments, and there's always a climactic scene that's genuinely frightening.
The /5(32). The Other Side of Dark is one of Joan Lowery Nixon’s most intriguing, suspenseful, and dramatic mysteries. “The compelling premise and Nixon’s mastery of suspense are gripping.” –Publishers Weekly “Tense and dramatic [The Other Side of Dark has a] quick pace, and the determined protagonist should attract and hold readers.”/5(71).
Other Side of Dark Joan Lowery Nixon, Author Delacorte Press Books for Young Readers $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS. "The Other Side of Dark" is an intriguing, suspenseful novel that deals with issues of growing up at once and who can be trusted.
The story is set in a narrative filled with murder and mystery. Waking from a long dream, Stacy believes she is in the wrong body until she learns she has been in.
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The novel The Other Side of Dark is a middle-grade mystery with supernatural details. Written by Sarah Smith, the story follows two teens in the present as they attempt to piece together the history of a Boston house built by a prosperous slave trader in the eighteenth century (the real-life Pinebank Mansion, demolished inbut which.
The Other Side of Darkness, her first book for young adults, is a must read NOW. I began it Friday night and finsihed early Saturday. In between I dreamed of her /5(15).
JOAN LOWERY NIXON, "the grande dame of young adult mysteries," wrote more than books for young readers. She is the only four-time winner of the Edgar Allen Poe Best Young Adult Mystery Award.
She received the award for The Kidnapping of Christina Lattimore,The Séance, The Name of the Game Is Murder, and The Other Side of Dark, which also 3/5(4).
The Other Side of Dark was one of the first Joan Lowery Nixon books I ever read and now I own 4 of them. It's a great book, and is never slow. From the first page, you are hooked and won't be able to put the book down/5(49). ”The Other Side of Dark is an intricate mystery that will leave you breathless.”—Holly Black, bestselling author of Tithe.
There is too much death in Katie Mullen’s life—her mother, her father and now the ghosts. They come to Katie from the other side of dark/5(18). "The Other Side of Dark" by Jean Lowery Nixon is the story of a seventeen-year-old girl who wakes from a four-year-long coma and must face the changes that have occurred in her life, including the fact that her mother was murdered by the same man who shot and put Stacy in a coma.
The Other Side of Dark is one of Joan Lowery Nixon’s most intriguing, suspenseful, and dramatic mysteries. “The compelling premise and Nixon’s mastery of suspense are gripping.” –Publishers Weekly “Tense and dramatic [The Other Side of Dark has a] quick pace, and the determined protagonist should attract and hold readers.”/5(99).EDGAR AWARD WINNER For fans of Gillian Flynn, Caroline Cooney, and R.L.
Stine comes The Other Side of Dark from four-time Edgar Allen Poe Young Adult Mystery Award winner Joan Lowery Nixon. Stacy wakes up in a hospital room, in a body she doesn’t recognize. Her mother is dead—murdered—and Stacy is recovering from a gunshot wound.4/5(4).