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Out of The Depths (Paperback)
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Out of The Depths (Paperback)

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Paperback 224 Pages / Published: 21/11/2011
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'I saw my teacher in the queue at the supermarket last Christmas. Miss Baxter. I was surprised to see her. She'd been dead for six months' In Out of The Depths, Cathy MacPhail introduces her latest character, Tyler Lawless, who has an unusual and sometimes scary gift. She is able to see dead people. And sometimes they speak to her, asking for her help. When Tyler moves to a new school she is hoping to make a fresh start. But that isn't easy when a boy who is supposed to be dead appears in your classroom, and statues in the school seem to come alive and point towards the place where the dead boy, Ben Kincaid, was murdered. Will Tyler be able to assist Ben with his pleas for help, or will she be dismissed as an attention-seeking teller of tall tales? A thrilling and spooky tale from the acclaimed Cathy MacPhail.

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
ISBN: 9780747599098
Number of pages: 224
Weight: 183 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 15 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
Praise for Cathy MacPhail: Young adult fiction is going from strength to strength, led by authors like Cathy MacPhail * Bookseller *
Cathy MacPhail's novels are tuned to how teenagers talk and behave * Times Educational Supplement *
Praise for Grass: Gritty and convincing throughout, Grass conveys with chilling accuracy the power of gang leaders over local communities . . . This is a book with real bite and an uplifting ending * Bookseller *
Praise for Out of the Depths: Cathy MacPhail's latest book, Out of the Depths, is an exciting, accessible and convincing supernatural thriller * Carousel *
Anything by Cathy MacPhail is unputdownable -- Julia Donaldson * Guardian *

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“By Hannah, age 12”

A really great book with good characters. It really pulled me in and I wondered how I would feel and what I would do if I were Tyler. I had no idea what was going to happen at the end!

Paperback edition
2nd May 2011
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“By Dylan, age 11”

I'm just going to start by saying this book was kind of a let down. The whole book was building up to the climax and suddenly its happened and finished before you knew it. Nothing really happened until the end... More

Paperback edition
26th January 2011
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“By Catrina, age 12”

A spooky thriller dripping with tension. The book is a gripping read which keeps you locked in from page one.

Paperback edition
4th February 2011
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