The visitor

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Pocket Books, Dec 1, 1995 - Juvenile Fiction - 162 pages
9 Reviews
Everyone believes Tom to be a strange, but otherwise normal, teenager, despite his white hair, gauntness, and disturbing eyes, but a group of kids begins to suspect that Tom is not really who--or what--he claims to be.

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Review: The Visitor

User Review  - Heather - Goodreads

The synopsis on the back of the book is irrelevant. It discusses a character that appears for about one chapter of the entire book. He has a purpose and he's incredibly likable, but this is not his ... Read full review

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User Review  - Abbi Dion - Goodreads

Well, it's a quick read. But it's thin. Mighty thin. The supernatural elements. The humdrum elements. The humor. The characters. It's all a bit rushed and tired. Because of this he needs to lean of exploitation and gratuitous elements like female body description and sex scenes. Blah. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
19
Section 3
40
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Christopher Pike is the pseudonym of Kevin McFadden, one of America's most popular young adult fiction writers. He was born in Brooklyn, New York, on November 12, 1954, but grew up in Los Angeles, California. He took on various jobs before writing Slumber Party, Weekend, and Chain Letter, all of which became bestsellers. His other works include The Last Vampire series; the Final Friends trilogy; The Lost Mind; Witch; Whisper of Death; Alosha; The Yanti; Bury Me Deep; and Fall into Darkness. He also writes the children's series Spooksville and adult novels including Sati; The Season of Passage; The Listeners; The Cold One; The Blind Mirror and Falling.

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