Death Watch

Death Watch

Book - 2011
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When seventeen-year-old Silas Umber's father disappears, Silas is sure it is connected to the powerful artifact he discovers, combined with his father's hidden hometown history, which compels Silas to pursue the path leading to his destiny and ultimately, to the discovery of his father, dead or alive.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, c2011
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781416991151
1416991158
Branch Call Number: y BERK 2011
Characteristics: 527 p. : map ; 22 cm

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ss1989 Oct 25, 2015

pretty cool actually. the ending wasn't predictable, and it was actually kind of scary- if not terrifying, and sad even. other parts even made me weepy but in a more bitter sweet way. this book has a lot of atmosphere and a lot of pretty prose, i think.

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BlackstarBushin
Feb 20, 2013

Very interesting. I like the idea of the death watch. Kinda like the stone of ressurection on Harry Potter. If such things do exist, i would love to see my ancestors.

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BlackstarBushin
Feb 20, 2013

BlackstarBushin thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over

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