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Rewind (Watchers #2)

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A mysterious camera gives Adam the chance to change the past

In the dead of a Vermont winter, Adam, Edgar, and Lianna skate onto the pond to practice hockey. Suddenly, a crack in the ice sends the two boys tumbling into the frozen water. When he wakes up, Adam remembers nothing—and his best friend is dead.Four years later, guilt haunts Adam. He and his friends are playing l...more
ebook, 160 pages
Published March 20th 2012 by Open Road Media Teen & Tween (first published 1998)
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Cheryl in CC NV
This is a great SF series, mainly for 'tweens with short attention spans. Each book has different characters and a different 'what if' concept, and each will provoke. Read them with your child and then have some interesting conversations.

The 'frame' of the 'Watchers' unifies them and makes them 'more than the sum of their parts' as the saying goes. However, I have to admit, even after reading all six, I did not quite understand the frame. So if you don't, don't worry about it. Probably your chil...more
Jesus Orellana
This book captured my full attention from the start. From finding the "camera" to the shocking ending that developed.Going back in time to try to change the past and save his best friend (edgar)from falling into the thin ice of the lake and dying. To see if he is successful then read Watchers by Peter Lerangis
Abraham
The book Rewind (Watchers #2) by Peter Leranis is an interesting book. The book is about a boy named Adam Sarno who had caused the death of his best friend named Edgar,but he doesn't know the whole story and how it happened. Then every thing changes when he finds a video camera. That is why you should read this book.
Kelsey Gilstrap
I read this in elementary school and can remember the story very well...an awesome book about The Watchers who can see into other worlds and even into the past, tells the story of Adam's new video camera that can rewind reality.
CeCe # 2 !!!! :)
i love this book it is very intresting, how they can go back in time see and try too help there friend from dying i cant wait to find out if it really works.... ?
Leah
Again, very Twilight-Zone. Hooray for time-travel!
Rachel
I'm PRETTY sure I read this. I think.
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Lerangis's work includes The Viper's Nest and The Sword Thief, two titles in the children's-book series The 39 Clues, the historical novel Smiler's Bones, the YA dark comedy-adventure novel wtf, the Drama Club series, the Spy X series, the Watchers series, the Abracadabra series, and the Antarctica two-book adventure, as well ghostwriting for series such as the Three Investigators, the Hardy Boys...more
More about Peter Lerangis...
The Sword Thief (The 39 Clues, #3) The Viper's Nest (39 Clues, #7) The Dead of Night (The 39 Clues: Cahills vs. Vespers, #3) The Colossus Rises (Seven Wonders, #1) Lost in Babylon (Seven Wonders, #2)

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