The Uninvited

The Uninvited

eBook - 2010
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After a disturbing freshman year at New York University, Mimi is happy to get away to her father's remote Canadian cottage only to discover a stranger living there who has never heard of her or her father and who is convinced that Mimi is responsible for leaving sinister tokens around the property.
Publisher: Somerville, Mass. : Candlewick Press, 2010, c2009.
ISBN: 9780763651770
076365177X
Branch Call Number: eBOOK OVERDRI
Characteristics: 1 online resource (234 p.)

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SandraLH
Feb 12, 2016

I enjoy the writing style of Wynne-Jones; this is the second book I've read. I like the setting in Canada and that the characters were into kayaking, which is one of my interests. However, I didn't enjoy the characterizations and plot as much as Wynne-Jones' book, "Emperor of Any Place". I am an adult reader.

0Charlie Mar 10, 2015

I have been reading several Teen works by this author, and have not been disappointed. I enjoyed that there continued to be surprises revealed throughout the work instead of one big "Wow" at the end. The main characters were all drawn sympathetically, which made for an interesting dynamic as to who to cheer for. I also enjoyed the fact that the story takes place around Ottawa and region. Recommended for Teens and readers of non-murder mysteries.

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penguindreamer
May 07, 2013

The cover misled me since it looked like a spooky horror/thriller. I read half and stopped, but picked it up again months later to finally finish it off due to good reviews.
This book is slow, boring and not the book the summary makes it out to be, especially the "gripping thriller" bit. It wasn't a page-turner for me and didn't engage me as a reader.
I found some parts interesting (the sibling attraction and what would happen when they found out) but it wasn't enough to keep me entertained.
Overall, the characters don't have much depth and development, the plot was slow, and to say the least, this novel was a disappointment.

AbyssalCrime Dec 11, 2012

This book was interesting but really slow for me.

JewelMcLatchy Aug 19, 2012

A masterfully crafted story of finding allies and family in unexpected places. Tim Wynne-Jones is truly a literary artist in black and white.

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Horseshoe
Aug 15, 2012

Great book. Good thriller with lots of mystery. Hard to put down.

Demarcation May 20, 2010

A real page-turning thriller.

scarydirectorwoman May 05, 2010

This book looked and started sooo boring..but then I actually LOVED it!!! It was wonderful! I was kind of suspecting the twists but that actually kind of made it better! It was really good.

Chocomon Apr 26, 2010

When I read the synopsis, I was like YUCK but the book was REALLY AMAZING. I read it really fast like the other WhitePine books that I LIKED. There was some insest but by the end, I was able to forget about it. Since this book is about adventure, I thought it was going to be long and draggy like some others I've read but it was REALLY interesting and kept me hooked. Sometimes I was worried that Mimi would get attacked though...lol

Lolixz Apr 22, 2010

Best book ever! Tim Wynne Jones does it again with the suspense and action, I just couldn't put it down!

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VeganGreen thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 14 and 17

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