For Mike

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Delacorte Press, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 197 pages
3 Reviews
MISSING: MIKE THAYER, 17


When Jeff's best friend Mike disappears in the fall of their senior year, Jeff starts to doubt everything he's ever known about their small town, and the familiar people in it. What happened to Mike? Jeff has got to find him. Then Jeff starts to have vivid dreams where he hears Mike say "Come get me." Their friend Kirby is in the dreams, too, but Jeff's afraid to tell him. For with every dream, Jeff feels the power of his bond to Mike, and he also sees that Mike may have had another life, one that Jeff knew nothing about.

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This book isn't what I would call a page turner. It doesn't get good until Chapter 11. If you donít mind reading through the slow parts then go fore it.

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User Review  - Charles Hamilton - Goodreads

A story that is as emotionally affecting as it is shocking, the twists in the end will leave the reader surprised and moved. Jeff, our lead character, is an engaging young man who slowly searches for closure regarding Mike, while at the same time trying to find his identity through that. Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Shelley Skyes lives in orchard country with her family.


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