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About the Book: It is 1956, and Dak Leventhal is a high school senior in a small, historic town nestled beside the Ohio River. When asked to pick a local topic to research for a term paper, he decides to explore the background of a long-abandoned mansion that sits just north of town. His best friend, Johnnie David, agrees to join him in sneaking into the old mansion where...more
Paperback, 276 pages
Published December 1st 2008 by Llumina Press
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Mr. Hayes has done a great job taking us back to our youth in Small Town America.
Having grown up in similar surroundings, I can relate very well to Dak and J.D.

He displays a talent that so many authors haven’t mastered, in that his story moves well and holds one’s interest until the end.

I wouldn’t hesitate to compare his work to that of Mark Twain and the boys to Tom and Huck.

A must read adventure.
Bobbie Jo
Gripping plot. every chapter has interesting facts, and full of suspense

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Feb 02, 2012 Norma marked it as to-read
Recommends it for: all young adults
Great book, must read for every young adult!
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