Dangerous Waters by Gregory Mone

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Quite descriptive but still left me thinking up my own idea of the setting. Loved all the different point of views. The characters were very lovable. But didn't have the amount of suspense as I hoped.
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A stowaway, a stolen book, a murderous villain: an adventure on the most famous shipwreck in history.

The great ocean liner Titanic is preparing to cross the Atlantic. On board is a sinister thief bent on stealing a rare book that may be the key to unlocking infinite treasure, a wealthy academic traveling home to America with his rare book collection, and Patrick Waters, a twelve-year-old Irish boy who is certain that his job as a steward on the unsinkable ship will be the adventure of a lifetime. In Dangerous Waters, disguises, capers, and danger abound as the ship makes its way toward that fateful iceberg where Patrick will have to summon all his wits in order to survive.

 

About Gregory Mone

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Gregory Mone is a freelance journalist, contributing editor of Popular Science magazine, and published novelist. He is a graduate of Harvard and lives in Massachusetts with his wife and two children. His next book, Bottle of Coke, is coming from Roaring Brook Press in Spring 2014.
 
Published March 13, 2012 by Roaring Brook Press. 241 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction
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Reviewed by Fire Star Books on Jul 19 2012

Quite descriptive but still left me thinking up my own idea of the setting. Loved all the different point of views. The characters were very lovable. But didn't have the amount of suspense as I hoped.

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