Hoping to overcome the distrust of eight-year-old Luke, the Baby-sitters Club's newest charge, Mary Anne believes that Luke holds the key to a mysterious fire and a mean developer's plans to take over Stoneybrook.
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Five stars to the scintillating Most Helpful review by BSCCMC!!!
This book is silent, but not deadly
As they say in Silent Hill, “He who is not bold enough to be stared at from across the abyss is not bold enough to stare into it himself." We’ll never tell what happened in this book, but we’ll give you a taste:
When Mr. and Mrs. [redacted] experience a fiery trauma … in [redacted], it falls to a baby-sitter named [redacted] to … do something to someone. Speaking of fire, should there be a process in which one could grow, dry, and cut the leaves of a tobacco plant and hypothetically roll it into a paper and inhale the smoke of said dried plant into one’s lungs, we could not in good conscience condone that behavior no matter how radical it may seem if you are two tenth-graders in this book.
"This town is full of monsters. How can you just sit there and eat pizza?"
– Silent Hill
– Silent Witness
This scintillating novel about a silent witness will have you shouting aloud and bearing witness to its quiet beauty, its austere wisdom, and [redacted].
– Jack Shepherd and Tanner Greenring (P.S. We loved this one)