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Sam Fisher - The Midnight Door

The Midnight Door

Author: Sam Fisher; Illustrator: Sam Bosma

  • AGES 7 - 12 
  • Genre Mystery and Horror, Mystery and Suspense, Adventure
More monsters. More magic. More mayhem!Return to Dimvale, the darkest town in America, in the sequel to the "imaginative, not-too-dark urban fantasy" (Kirkus Reviews) with "high appeal for kids . . . who are fascinated with the creepy and the weird" (Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books).When the town is overrun with two-headed mutant rats, Morton Clay knows that magic is to blame. And when his classmates get their hands on impossible gadgets like X-ray specs and anti-gravity lasers, he realizes the trouble is just beginning.Morton and his siblings, James and Melissa, are the only ones who can stop the chaos. But should they, if it means eliminating magic from the world? As Morton begins to fight magic with magic, he's not so sure. . . .Includes a fully illustrated Monster Hunter's Guidebook!

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