Saving Shiloh

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Simon and Schuster, Aug 1, 1997 - Juvenile Fiction - 137 pages
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Marty Preston wonders why it is that despite Judd Traver's attempts to redeem himself everyone is still so willing to think the worst of him. Marty's friend David is sure that Judd will be named as the murderer of a man who has been missing. Others are sure that Judd is behind a series of burglaries in the area. But Marty's parents and, with some trepidation, Marty himself persist in their attempts to be good neighbors and to give Judd a second chance. Now that Marty has Shiloh, maybe he can help Judd to take better care of his other dogs. Then again, maybe folks are right -- there's no way a Judd Travers can ever change for the good. Then a terrifying life-or-death situation brings this dilemma into sharp focus. Saving Shiloh is a powerful novel that brings this trilogy to a close.
 

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SAVING SHILOH

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

In this story of a boy and his dog, and the brutal, angry man who finds the road to redemption at last, Naylor rounds off a trilogy that began with Shiloh (1991). The good news is that the dog doesn't ... Read full review

this one is even better than the first two...

User Review  - insanegirl - Borders

i think everyone desevers a second chance...but when you think of Judd Travers & you have read the other 2 books its kind of hard to believe that he really can change,i think its excellent 'cause it ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
6
Section 3
14
Section 4
41
Section 5
71
Section 6
79
Section 7
86
Section 8
92
Section 9
105
Section 10
112
Section 11
118
Section 12
124
Section 13
130
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Phyllis Reynolds Naylor is a prolific author across many genres and the recipient of the 1992 Newbery Medal for Shiloh. She also wrote Shiloh Season, the second part of the trilogy. She lives in Bethesda, Maryland.