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Jeremy Visicks by David Wiseman is about a boy named Mathew Clemens who was happy before but when he oes to a new school he Inverloch Volume 4 gets an assignment to look at aravestone in the The Good and Beautiful God graveyard but when heets there he ets interested in another ravestone about the visicks It says that the dad and three boys were killed but one of the boys is still in the mine since this happened 150 years ago Mathew is surprised that they never found the boys body so he feels really bad for him One day he can t o to sleep at night so he looks out the window and he sees the visicks stone from his room and he hears the visick s stone talking This book does not have that much action in it but it has alot of drama with mathew seeing alot of strange things about the visicks This book is really interesting and it was hard for me to put it down I would recommend this book to readers who enjoy mysterious stories or host stories but you should know that it is not that scary It may sound like it is scary but there isn t much scary moments If you ever The Horse in Celtic Culture get a chance to you should check out this book This has been a Holy Grail of mine for decades it s a fairly standard YAhost story the title of which was lost to me but its final image that of Jeremy Visik s skeleton clutching Matthew s leg as Matthew has lead his body to the surface so it can be laid to rest has stuck with me my entire life It was very likely the first horror story. When Matthew Clemens ventured into the churchyard to ather information about the Cornish miners buried there one ravestone in particular seemed to call his attention The inscription was to Reuben Visick and his two eldest sons all three killed in a mining accident than a hundred years before.
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Ead Matthew Clemens his best friend Mary and the dead boy who titles the book are the main characters in this chilling story set in England in the 1950s The author uses a descriptive style using the senses to describe the character s surroundings Many times the main action of the story is through the thoughts of the characters Part of what makes the story interesting is not knowing if something is being imagined by Matthew or if it is really happening The theme in the story is strength and how far one will o to help a friend Children most interested in this tale would be ten or eleven years old Gender roles are stereotypical in this story since it is historical Despite the stereotypes Mary is a very strong female character This book could be used with students in social studies to discuss the working conditions of children in the 1800s In a seamless fairy tale Matthew is drawn across time to help a boy his own age lost in a Cornish mining disaster a century earlier Such a touching book especially last chapter This book came up to my classroom from the sixth rade and I thought it looked interesting There were only ten copies so I brought this book up to the book club at the Jr High It has been a hit so far and I am lad this one came to my attention I will probably also use it with a reading circle in the coming yearThe book is most definitely a British host story and has some A Succession of Bad Days great turns in it. Outbuilding behind the Clemens home where Jeremy Visick had lived until Matthew began to sense that somehow his destiny and Jeremy Visick’s were inexorably intertwinedJeremy Visick is an irresistible andripping adventure story about loyalty and one boy’s commitment to another across time.
I ever read Upon re read definitely a standard YA novel But one of my earliest inspirations and I m The Multi-Orgasmic Man glad I finally figured out the title and tracked it down An intriguing tale possessing elements of history time travel and the supernatural In addition Jeremy Visick traces a young boy s developing commitment to a journey that is difficult for him to understand and explain but knows his pursuit will make right I read this back in middle school or high school so I m not sure why I suddenly remembered the name Jeremy Visick but I know I really loved it at the time We read this book in my first year of high school and in stark contrast to most of the books we were forced to read as part of the curriculum 10 and a half years later I remember beingripped and very touched by it The only real reason I haven t iven it a 5th star is that I fear I may be impaired by the fondness for the time period though I did re read it recently and still found it a very ood read A book that begins with a bored kid in a history class who is destined to discover via time travel that history really is about life itself is a winning theme for me but the author took so long in The Great Passage getting to the actual time travel I justave up in the middle I understand the author has an advanced degree in history No doubt he knew his subject British coal miners very well but a creative writing course could have made this a much engrossing But below the inscription were the words that echoed again and again in Matthew’s head “And to Jeremy Visick His Son Age 12 Whose Body Still Lies in Wheal Maid” The lines were as clear to Matthew as if he’d heard them spoken Night after night they drew him to the churchyard or to the.