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Watchers - Last Stop
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Watchers - Last Stop (edição: 1998)

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It's been six months since David Moore's father disappeared. After months of strange behavior--baby talk, forgetfulness--he simply vanished forever. The Public Guardians searched Franklin City, but they couldn't turn up a single clue. David is beginning to give up hope when his subrail train stops between stations at the abandoned Granite Street platform. On the other side of the glass he sees a crowd of people. In the middle is his father, waving. When a psychic suggests that David may have the power to see into another dimension, he and his friends scour the city in search of a portal to the other side. To learn if his father is alive or dead, David will need to discover the secrets of the abandoned station.… (mais)
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Watchers: Last Stop de Peter Lerangis

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This is a great SF series, mainly for 'tweens with short attention spans. Each book has different characters and a different 'what if' concept, and each will provoke. Read them with your child and then have some interesting conversations.

The 'frame' of the 'Watchers' unifies them and makes them 'more than the sum of their parts' as the saying goes. However, I have to admit, even after reading all six, I did not quite understand the frame. So if you don't, don't worry about it. Probably your child will if you have those conversations that I recommend. ;)

They are just a bit intense. Besides the SF issues, there are bullies, adults with mental illness, avarice, etc. If your child is under age 10, read them first. But don't censor or shelter - just be ready for questions.

(I'm copying this review for all six books.) ( )
  Cheryl_in_CC_NV | Jun 6, 2016 |
David's father was slowly losing his mind before he disappeared six months ago. David has begun to give up on finding him when he sees him on an abandoned subway station. With the help of a friend, he is determined to crack the mystery and find out what is really going on.

I thought the book was extremely short. Although the mystery was solved, nothing was really explained. I realize that there will be more books in the series, but I thought too much was left out of this book for it to make much sense. Overall, I was disappointed with this book. ( )
  JanaRose1 | Mar 23, 2012 |
http://persyandarty.blogspot.com/2010/12/persy-last-stop-by-peter-lerangis.html
Oh how I wish I could find the rest of the series. ( )
  BrynDahlquis | Aug 19, 2011 |
In this first book of the Watchers series, David's father has disappeared inexplicably. David yearns for moments that he had shared with his father. the only insight that his father left as to his disappearance was his parting words. He told his family that he was going home. the problem was that no one paid attention to this clue because little by little David's father wass loosing touch with reality.
Now, as David atakes the subway, he sees a ghost-like figure of his father at an abandoned subway station. David begins to plan an encounter with his Father.
This is my second Watchers book to complete and I still don't know what the Watchers are! ( )
  lnewlun | Jul 24, 2008 |
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It's been six months since David Moore's father disappeared. After months of strange behavior--baby talk, forgetfulness--he simply vanished forever. The Public Guardians searched Franklin City, but they couldn't turn up a single clue. David is beginning to give up hope when his subrail train stops between stations at the abandoned Granite Street platform. On the other side of the glass he sees a crowd of people. In the middle is his father, waving. When a psychic suggests that David may have the power to see into another dimension, he and his friends scour the city in search of a portal to the other side. To learn if his father is alive or dead, David will need to discover the secrets of the abandoned station.

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