1 edition of Dial M for Morna found in the catalog.
Dial M for Morna
Written in English
October Schwartz is hot on the trail of the person (or persons) responsible for Morna MacIsaac"s death in 1914--or as hot as one can be on a 100-year-old trail--when her living friend Yumi finds herself the target of harassment at school. The intrepid heroine in black eyeliner and her ghost friends sleuth their way through a mystery featuring a blizzard of suffragettes, ice-skating disasters, mystical telephones, and the Titanic, set against a backdrop of Yuletide pandemonium.
|Series||The dead kid detective agency -- bk. 2|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.M923425 Di 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||293|
Research and analytics cookies These cookies help us understand user behavior within our services. Martz had replaced Mr. However, as ghosts go, these kids are really pretty normal. Shea in job title, Ms. Munday also drew the cartoons scattered throughout the book. The other difficulty I had was that the story is told in two voices: October's racy, self-centred one, and the author's detached and somewhat annoyingly patronizing 'dear Reader' one.
The holiday season has descended upon the town of Sticksville like an eggnog rainstorm, but October has no time for candy canes or mistletoe. They certainly had in her old town. It's gotten to the point where I'm not going Right so I just finished this book and I must say it was much more interesting then the first one. Reviewed from Advance Reading Copy. She is also very loyal to her ghostly friends and so very caring for her sick dad. A Note From the Publisher Please note that this is an uncorrected galley.
Add to basket Add to wishlist Description October Schwartz and her five deadest pals are back When October Schwartz raises her five dead friends to investigate the cause of Cyril Cooper's death way back inshe expects a dull research-based journey into the lives of Canada's earliest British settlers, the United Empire Loyalists. Please review the types of cookies we use below. I loved the historical research — October finds an old diary, a war memento, and other items that just thrill my geeky little heart. It's gotten to the point where I'm not going to buy these books anymore and just borrow them from the library.
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Without these cookies, we can't provide services to you. Yumi, Stacey we find out something very interesting about him!! Kids, sheesh. Raising the dead kids the first time was obviously an accident, but discovering the rules governing their raising and their limitations is fun for the reader as well as being imaginatively conceived.
Second, October, Yumi, and Stacey are victims of a hate crime, and the question is Martz had replaced Mr. Oh, and there are a bunch of dead kids hanging out in the cemetery behind her house, and only October can see them.
But I didn't like his tone. Solving dual concurrent mysteries at once won't be easy, but the intrepid heroine in black eyeliner loves a challenge.
That said, it was her first day at Sticksville Central High School, and she sort of wished she were dead. I especially love the romance I sense or perhaps wish for beginning to develop between Yumi and Stacey go, Stacey, go!
They certainly had in her old town. See our disclaimer The anticipated second volume in Munday's Silver Birch-nominated series October Schwartz and her five deadest friends are back. Teens these days seem to be almost exclusively interested in ghouls, ghosts, vampires, and other such phenomena, and this book does feed into those interests.
Our leading lady October is great It is sometimes difficult to keep straight all the wiggles in the plot line. A Note From the Publisher Please note that this is an uncorrected galley. Without these cookies, we won't know if you have any performance-related issues that we may be able to address.
October Schwartz is a grade nine student at Sticksville High School and, with the help of five dead-in-mysterious-circumstances kids from different periods of the town's history, has already solved one violent mystery as hinted at in the above excerpt.
Who dunit? It's gotten to the point where I'm not going to buy these books anymore and just borrow them from the library. Now, there are plenty of dead folks in this book you read the title before starting the book, right? Reproduction for personal use is permitted only if this copyright notice is maintained.
So much so that as early as last year, at the Toronto Comic Arts Festival, I bugged the author to tell me when Book 2 would be published.
Available Editions. These factors add up to several reasons for October's unpopularity, and when Yumi and Stacey get chosen -- by a teacher -- as the Grade-Nine hosts for the new noon-hour school radio slot over the head of the boyfriend of Miss Popularity Plus, it is not surprising that things go wrong.Mr.
Through police records, court transcripts, family papers, and extensive interviews, William Swanson has re-created Middle America's “crime of the century,” the deadly plot by a husband that made headlines around the world.
But Dial M: The Murder of Carol Thompson also tracks the lives of the Thompsons' children.5/5(2).
Dial M is always my go to when I need a new MCM piece for my home! Tim is an amazing and knowledgabl e curator and always has something that I just can't leave without! From home accents to large statement pieces - Dial M is the best!5/5(22). Nov 07, · I still need to read the next Neil Flambé book (guess what got me started on those).
I read Dial M for Morna after meeting the author at Telling Tales where I went to see Kevin Sylvester. In conclusion, I hope that the HWDSB will keep buying these books, especially since my brother will be allowed to read them next year.
Evan Munday is the author and illustrator of The Dead Kid Detective Agency, which was a finalist for the Sunburst Award for fantastical young adult literature and the Silver Birch Fiction Award. He also sometimes makes comics and works as a book publicist for indie press Coach House Books.
He lives in Toronto. Published: October ISBN. Dial "M" for Morna and for middle-grade, murder, mystery and for Munday, author Evan Munday, whose first book The Dead Kid Detective Agency (ECW Press, ) was shortlisted for the Silver Birch award and Sunburst Award for Young Adult Speculative Fiction.
In this sequel. Evan Munday is the author and illustrator of The Dead Kid Detective Agency, Dial M for Morna, and Loyalist to a hildebrandsguld.com lives in Toronto, Ontario.
Praise for the Series “ This book would really appeal to kids who enjoy fantasy, and a twist of the grim.