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Prepare to feast your mind on the death defying, thrilling, and unexpected! Smarty and Speedy are two boys in the wrong place at the wrong time. They become the unwitting executors of a supernatural artisan's estate. Consequently, the two must flee in terror for their lives from a threat that is set upon them--which they cannot see or touch. Three years later Essie, a runa...more
Paperback, Large print, 200 pages
Published November 3rd 2011 by Createspace
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Aik Chien 인첸
Air was quite an interesting read, in which the author presents an entirely different paranormal element with skill and ease. I like how the author describes the situation when the main characters face trouble and the events which take place. However, I think some of the descriptions can be omitted, as it is not necessary for readers to know their every move.

Smarty and Speedy are two youngsters, who, I believe, will play a greater part in the second installment of this series. Though I do not un...more
Tatiana
The book is worth the money and probably a bit more. Besides some very gifted middle school aged readers, it is probably best understood by 9th graders and beyond. I was stimulated to recall some advanced, real-life science, while reading along this good, sci-fi fantasy adventure.

Based on the mention of $500 bills, I think the book opens in the early 1970s. The read is not too shabby at all. There are no misspelled words, no missing words, and no characters with wrong names. It flows. I didn't k...more
Sallieanne
I like this book's cover layout. I picked it up because of the short title and the origami bird. The story is about the plight of a baby boy up until age three. The writer got me hooked because with the guy at the beginning all hell is breaking loose. The two teenage boys are rather rambunctious. But, I like them. So I said, "Well, let's see where this takes me."

For the story itself, the length is appropriate. It answered many of the questions that one would get from saying, "Some supernatural p...more
Ambereen
I won this book in a GoodReads giveaway!

This book was interesting. Although there were entertaining portions, I found that there were parts that were a bit lacking. Also (maybe I'm the only one who is bothered by this) the chosen font and its size were rather distracting. This book could (most likely) be merged with the others in the series to create one volume, but that's speculation (as I haven't read the other books in the series). However, I did enjoy the first installment of the series and...more
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In grade school my love of reading carried over to a secret resumed after 8:00pm by night light. My mother's expansive garden with every good thing from strawberries to strawberry popcorn, the rusty old station wagon that magically cranked up on frigid mornings, and looking up to the princess that fought the dark side on movie screens were further inspiration. It all helped me to see past bad days...more
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