Lost boys: A Novel
From the bestselling storyteller Orson Scott Card comes a gripping story of terror within a small town.
Step Fletcher, his pregnant wife DeAnne, and their three children move to Steuben, North Carolina, with high hopes. But Step's new job with a software company turns out to be a snake pit, and eight-year-old Stevie's school is worse, an unending parade of misery and disaster. As Stevie retreats into himself, focusing more and more on a mysterious computer game and a growing troop of imaginary friends, the Fletchers' concern turns to terror. There is something eerie about his loyal, invisible new playmates: each shares the name of a child who has recently vanished from the sleepy Southern town. And as evil strikes out from the most trusted corners, it's suddenly clear that Stevie is next on the list.
Level 5.7, 26 Points
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|Grouping Title||lost boys|
|Grouping Author||card orson scott|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-10-22 22:53:45PM|
|Last Indexed||2019-10-22 23:52:46PM|
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|author_display||Card, Orson Scott|
|available_at_school||Hume-Fogg Magnet High|
|detailed_location_school||Hume-Fogg High Magnet - Teen Fiction|
For Step Fletcher, his pregnant wife DeAnne, and their three children, the move to tiny Steuben, North Carolina, offers new hope and a new beginning. But from the first, eight-year-old Stevie's life there is an unending parade of misery and disaster.
Cruelly ostracized at his school, Stevie retreats further and further into himself -- and into a strange computer game and a group of imaginary friends.
But there is something eerie about his loyal, invisible new playmates: each shares the name of a child who has recently vanished from the sleepy Southern town. And terror grows for Step and DeAnne as the truth slowly unfolds. For their son has found something savagely evil ... and it's coming for Stevie next.
|local_callnumber_school||F CAR PB|
|owning_location_school||Hume-Fogg Magnet High|
Lost Boys A Novel
Lost boys / Orson Scott Card