A Waking Nightmare
Paradise Press, Incorporated, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 125 pages
Wait a minute! Why would Martin get up in the middle of the night and trash the kitchen? He was asleep all night. Besides, he liked his mother's cooking. Could it be a mutant microwave? Then, when worse things rock the house, even with the doors and windows locked, everyone blames Martin.
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