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The Purloined Boy

6 Ratings: 1.7
A young adult book by Mortimus Clay

The Weirdling Cycle, Book 1      Gold Medal Winner in the National Young Adult Fiction category 2010 IPPY Awards --Independent Publisher      ...a story that anybody can appreciate and indeed thrill to, but whose … see full wiki

Author: Mortimus Clay
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy, Fantasy
Publisher: Finster Press ,
Date Published: 2009
2 reviews about The Purloined Boy
Quick Tip by . May 19, 2010
The Purloined Boy (by Mortimus Clay) is a story that was made to be read aloud to children.
review by . May 19, 2010
This is the tale of Trevor, a young boy who becomes one of those children who end up on milk cartons under the word Missing.    Trevor is living in a dark and dreary town called Superbia, along with many other children. Think of an orphanage from Victorian England. They are not allowed to say words like "parents" or "home." If they do, the boogeymen who run Superbia (and who kidnapped the children from their beds), will send them away for behavior modification, or send them to …
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