Whispers in the Graveyard

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Egmont UK, Nov 22, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 176 pages
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Solomon is very angry—at the teachers and his father who have failed him, at the mother who has left him, and also at himself. He can't bear to be at school or at home. His refuge is one corner of the church graveyard, where nothing flourishes except a single rowan tree. Then one day, workmen uproot the tree and, as it dies, a terrible force comes to life. Solomon hears whispers and first-grader Amy Miller dreams of a strange lady with an alluring song. Solomon finds out the graveyard was both the site of a witch hunt and the burial place for small pox victims. Did the witch leave a curse for the miller's descendants? Solomon must uncover the mysteries of the past and save Amy. Can he find the strength to fight the ancient and evil power that has been unleashed?

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User Review  - Skye Glover - Goodreads

When I read it at school, I though it was a amazing book which made my heart beat. I don't want to give anything away but... There is a 12 yr old boy named Solomon who has Dyslexia (That's all I'm ... Read full review

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User Review  - Maudy Sammut - Goodreads

The underlying story is great about this kid with dyslexia.........but i dont think the book was very scary; it seemed unreal somehow but since this is juvenile fiction, maybe in the eyes of the young, it is scary Read full review

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Theresa Breslin is the award-winning author of such books as Divided City, The Dream Master, The Medici Seal, and Simon's Challenge.