The Odd Sea

The Odd Sea

Book - 1998
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A teenage boy is missing. His younger brother searches for him and in the process finds himself. A "haunting first novel that takes a horrifying family calamity and turns it into a form of magic" (New York Times Book Review).
Publisher: New York : Harcourt Brace, c1998.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780151003600
0151003602
Branch Call Number: FIC REIKEN, FREDERICK
Characteristics: iv, 201 p. ; 22 cm.

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This book made me feel sad, hopeful, pensive, angry, and ultimately somehow contented with the ending (I think). The story line centers around a family and community mourning the disappearance of high schooler Ethan- son, brother, friend, lover. Told from the perspective of Ethan's younger brother, Phillip, we watch as those who knew him grow and try to come to terms with his disappearance. Also- I appreciated all the spot-on references to rural Massachusetts, where the book is set.

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