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The Haunting of Captain Snow: Book 2 The Eel Grass Girls Mysery Series (The Eel Grass Girls Mysteries) Rachel Nickerson Luna *Download PDF | ePub | DOC | audiobook | ebooks
#8820933 in Books Emma Howard Books 2003-03-01Original language:EnglishPDF # 1 8.98 x .96 x 6.18l, #File Name: 1886551081332 pages | File size: 23.Mb Rachel Nickerson Luna : The Haunting of Captain Snow: Book 2 The Eel Grass Girls Mysery Series (The Eel Grass Girls Mysteries) before purchasing it in order to gage whether or not it would be worth my time, and all praised The Haunting of Captain Snow: Book 2 The Eel Grass Girls Mysery Series (The Eel Grass Girls Mysteries):
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Really AmazingBy LelehI have read The Haunting of Captain Snow twice, (actually the first time I read the manuscript). The book is really long, 330 pages and 84 chapters, but it's totally worth it to spend the time reading it! The book is about The Eel Grass Girls, (who else), in their pursue to find out what is haunting the old haunted house of Captian Snow. They come across a wicked coven of witches, a strange coyote, cold winds in the house, and many more stange and mysteryious things. The book is so long and has so many scary, fun and mysterious things in it that I can't mention everything, but I can say that this was one of the best books I have ever read and I recommend it to everyone.1 of 1 people found the following review helpful. In the Wake of Nancy DrewBy A CustomerThese mysteries definately have teeth. Plot lines are unpredicatable; readers will uncover clues with the Eel Grass Girls and work just as hard to figure out how the pieces fit together as the stories romp along, always engaging and often a bit frightening. Even adult readers will experience that rewarding "A-ha!" moment when all the facts fall into place.Heather2 of 2 people found the following review helpful. Nostalgic TripBy A Customer"The Haunting of Captain Snow" was a nostalgic trip back to my childhood when adventure, fun and discovery were kid powered and not battery operated. A true reflection of growing up in a less formidable period of time.Sue Maulkin Four feisty pre-teens solve a century-old mystery surrounding a sea captain and his strange family. Told from Laura Sparrow'ss point of view, the young sailor is shocked to find skeletons in her own closet. JUV000000 From School Library JournalGrade 5-8-Four friends take on their second mystery in a quaint Massachusetts coastal town. Narrator Laura Sparrow tells of their visit to a local haunted house where they encounter a real ghost. Their investigation leads them to a coven of "green witches," whose members turn out to be some of the most respected and influential people in town. They are trying to force the town to preserve local land instead of developing it. Meanwhile, black witches are determined to use any tactic necessary to get what they want. The girls manage to frustrate their efforts and eventually expose some of them. While the story is plotted well enough, the tone of the writing is patronizing and tedious. Awkwardly integrated Christian sentiments weigh down the story. However, readers looking to this as an inspirational story will be dismayed that the girls constantly sneak out after bedtime, lie to their parents, and put themselves into dangerous situations with barely a reprimand from the adults. A weak, unsatisfactory offering.Heather Dieffenbach, Lexington Public Library, KYCopyright Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. As a Nancy Drew fan as a child, I found The Haunting of Captain Snow a thoroughly delightful read. -- Guymon Daily Herald, December 2003Childrens fiction in which four pre-teens solve a century-old mystery. -- Woodenboat, September/October 2003Far more complicated than any Nancy Drew mysteryodder and scarier too. -- Bostonia, Fall 2003Lunacontinues to prick the interest of young mystery lovers. -Fairfax Chief, January 2004Recommended: the story is quite complex and involving; not your usual shallow mystery! -- Midwest Book , July 2003These mysteries present the heroines lives in ways parents will appreciate: Responsibility, honesty and respect are prevailing themes. -- Sailing, November 2003About the AuthorRachel Nickerson Luna lives and works in New York City where she also volunteers as an assistant Girl Scout leader and teaches French at her daughters after-school program. Ms. Luna summers on Cape Cod and serves on the executive board of a local yacht club. She enjoys sailing, rollerblading, and golfing with her husband and daughter. In 2002 Ms. Luna won her yacht clubs Commodores Cup and as well as first place in two Daysailor Series.
Published on Oct 13, 2018