The Silver Child

The Silver Child

Book - 2005 | 1st American ed.
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Drawn to a wasteland of garbage dumps called Coldharbour, six children undergo mysterious transformations and band together to face an unknown enemy. When Milo couldn't stop himself from eating every scrap of food in his house in one sitting, he was worried and scared. Little did he know that this was only the beginning of the changes that he would experience. And he's not alone! Follow the adventures of six extraordinary kids as they experience life-altering changes and eventually find one another in the wasteland of Coldharbour. They are drawn together for one purpose - to save humanity from the terror of the roar. A terror that only they know exists.
Publisher: Minneapolis : Carolrhoda Books, 2005.
Edition: 1st American ed.
ISBN: 9781575058252
1575058251
Branch Call Number: J MCNISH
Characteristics: 192 p. ; 21 cm.

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A completely bizarre series that defies being tied to any one genre. It would probably fall loosely into fantasy, but with strong science fiction and dystopian elements that give it a very dark edge for children's literature (think some of the darkest and most intense moments in Harry Potter, but in an apocalyptic world) The characters are all interesting and completely creative, but it's the gripping pace and peril that really sets this book apart. At times, the story became so intense I had to take a break from reading to re-engage with reality. I completely LOVED this series.

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heleng123
Feb 25, 2011

This book is really, really weird. I kind of regret reading it, wasted lots of my time.. The Plot and the idea isn't bad, its just.. really bizzare . Some of the character's are just so annoying also ... Just overall , DIFFERENT, not my style

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