Passenger

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Feiwel & Friends, Oct 2, 2012 - Young Adult Fiction - 480 pages
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Best friends Jack and Conner can't stay away from Marbury. It's partly because of their obsession with this alternate world and the unresolved war that still wages there. But it's also because forces in Marbury—including the darkest of the dark, who were not revealed in The Marbury Lens—are beckoning the boys back in order to save their friends . . . and themselves.

The boys try to destroy the lens that transports them to Marbury. But that dark world is not so easily reckoned with. Reality and fantasy, good and evil—Andrew Smith's masterpiece closes the loop that began with The Marbury Lens. But is it really closed? Can it ever be?

 

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User Review  - jen.e.moore - LibraryThing

I have some Serious Feelings about this book (and by extension this series), and it is going to take me a while to sort it out. My instinct is to say that this isn't actually a YA book, simply because ... Read full review

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User Review  - ken1952 - LibraryThing

I have been on an incredible journey...first with The Marbury Lens and now with Passenger. I can't remember a story that has so frustrated me and so fascinated me. At this moment my stomach is ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Andrew Smith is the author of the acclaimed novels Ghost Medicine, In the Path of Falling Objects, Stick, and The Marbury Lens. He lives in the mountains outside of Los Angeles with his family.

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