The Dead Kid Detective Agency (The Dead Kid Detective Agency, #1)

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  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • The Dead Kid Detective Agency (The Dead Kid Detective Agency, #1)
  • Evan Munday
  • English
  • 14 February 2017
  • 1550229710

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The Dead Kid Detective Agency (The Dead Kid Detective Agency, #1) Thirteen year old October Schwartz is new in town she spends her free time in the Sticksville Cemetery and it isn t long before she befriends the ghosts of five dead teenagers, each from a different era of the past They form the Dead Kid Detective Agency, a group committed to solving Sticksville s most mysterious mysteries. New Read [ The Dead Kid Detective Agency (The Dead Kid Detective Agency, #1) ] Author [ Evan Munday ] – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “The Dead Kid Detective Agency (The Dead Kid Detective Agency, #1)

  1. Maja (The Nocturnal Library) says:

    I hadn t read a children s book in a few years, probaby since my last children s literature exam That s why I wanted to like this so badly Unfortunately, there wasn t much to like October Schwartz is a 13 year old girl, and because she skipped a year in her old school, she s younger than all her classmates On October s third birthday, her mother packed two suitcases and left, never to be heard from again October and her clinically depressed father, who can t hold on to a job for very long, I hadn t read a children s book in a few years, probaby since my last children s literature exam That s why I wanted to like this so badly Unfortunately, there wasn t much to like October Schwartz is a 13 year old girl, and because she skipped a year in her old school, she s younger than all her classmates On October s third birthday, her mother packed two suitcases and left, never to be heard from again October and her clinically depressed father, who can t hold on to a job for very long, moved to a new town There, entirely by accident, October raised the spirits of five children buried in the local cemetery A very unlikely friendship formed between October and the ghosts, and together they decided to try solving the murder of October s French teacher, Mr O Shea This book has many, many flaws Ev...

  2. Heidi says:

    Three Stars An entertaining mystery for middle grade readers It is the first day of high school for the plucky, precocious, semi goth girl, October Today she is starting at her new school in Sticksville and she is especially nervous because she is only thirteen, a year younger than her peers She hopes that no one will learn her actual age Anxiously, she shoulders her backpack and meanders past the old cemetery adjacent to her house While others may be a little jittery living next door to t Three Stars An entertaining mystery for middle grade readers It is the first day of high school for the plucky, precocious, semi goth girl, October Today she is startin...

  3. Beka says:

    Though the concept was interesting enough, this whole book felt like slogging through mud It took much longer than it should have to read just because there was so much verbage to wade through Also, though the author tried making the protagonist an underdog to root for emphasizing multiple times that she s misunderstood, slightly overweight, a 13 year old starting high school, missing mother, depressed father, etc , what he really created was a rebellious teenager who lies to everyone who lo Though the concept was interesting enough, this whole book felt like slogging through mud It took much longer than it should have to read just because there was so much ve...

  4. colleen the convivial curmudgeon says:

    2.5This book had some nice things about it it dealt with clinical depression and mental illness pretty well, and had some nifty Canadian history lessons Actually, I just thought it was cool it was set in Canada, cause so few fantasy type books seems to be Well, at least the ones I ve read.But I just never really connected with any of the characters much, and the mystery itself was pretty eh It kinda seemed to beabout October and her weirdness and school and mean girls and stuff all 2.5This book had some nice things about it it dealt with clinical depression and mental illness pretty well, and had some nifty Canadian history lessons Actually, I just thought it was cool it was set in Canada, cause so few fantasy type books seems to be Well, at least the ones I ve read.But I just never really connected with any of the characters much, and the mystery itself was pretty eh It kinda seemed to beabout October and her weirdness and school and mean girls and stuff all of which was handled fairly well, but none of which was all that great.Also, it was bugging me that it kept changing from first person narrative to third person limited About halfway through, or , the thir...

  5. Emily says:

    This book was good The beginning was boring because it just talks about her school At the part where the teacher dies it gets better because October is trying to find out who did it and why I kept reading because I was curious to find out I liked the charaters too My favourite was Stacey beca...

  6. Sarah says:

    boutofbooksI will give this a 3.5 because it s a first effort, but at the same time, it really did seem like a first effort.I liked the links to Canada and Canadian history we don t see that enough, but there w...

  7. K says:

    Nitpicky Reviews The Dead Kid Detective AgencyI picked this up from the library on a whim since I like mysteries and it sounded interesting enough And well that is about the only reason I had for picking it up Which is a shame because the mystery was one of my bigger issues with the book But I m getting ahead of myself, obligatory summary thing is always first and foremost Obligatory Summary ish Thing We have the wannabe author, occasionally plucky, goth protagonist, October Schwartz Her Nitpicky Reviews The Dead Kid Detective AgencyI picked this up from the library on a whim since I like mysteries and it sounded interesting enough And well that is about the only reason I had for picking it up Which is a shame because the mystery was one of my bigger issues with the book But I m getting ahead of myself, obligatory summary thing is always first and foremost Obligatory Summary ish Thing We have the wannabe author, occasionally plucky, goth protagonist, October Schwartz Her father, the depressed chemistry teacher still mourning his ru...

  8. RaygunGothic says:

    Did Nancy Drew ever have to cope with a disapproving and clinically depressed father There is some nifty Canadian history in here as well as vocabulary which sounds weird to the American ear e.g., washroom, pop machine Sticksville Central, The school in this book is dominated by almost all male, mustachioed teachers even though 60% of secondary teachers in Canada are women statcan.gc.ca Probably because the author is a man October attempts to solve the murder of her favorite teacher by e Did Nancy Drew ever have to cope with a disapproving and clinically depressed father There is some nifty Canadian history in here as well as vocabulary which sounds weird to the American ear e.g., washroom, pop machine Sticksville Central, The school in this book is dominated by almost all male, mustachioed teachers even though 60% of secondary teachers in Can...

  9. Hylary Locsin says:

    Originally posted on my blog Check it out forreviews After her father gets a new job teaching high school biology, thirteen year old October Schwartz is forced to move to the small Canadian town of Sticksville to a house situated right next to a graveyard A fan of horror novels and black eyeliner, October is actually kind of excited about the cemetery, but is not so thrilled to be starting at Sticksville Central High School Having skipped a grade, Originally posted on my blog Check it out forreviews After her father gets a new job teaching high school biology, thirteen year old October Schwartz is forced to move to the small Canadia...

  10. Liliana says:

    Review also found here to the publisher for the reviewing copy October just moved to a new town with her clinically depressed father where she will be starting a new life at a new school To make things worse, she s only 13 and she ll be entering high school already yeah, she s that smart She skipped a whole grade at her old school Because she has an affinity for the color black and she likes to read in the cemetery, she s considered a freak Review also found here to the publisher for the reviewing copy October just moved to a new town with her clinically depressed father where she will be starting a new life at a new school To make things worse, she s only 13 and she ll be entering high school already yeah, she s that smart She skipped a whole grade at her old school Because she has an affinity for the color black and she likes to read in the cemetery, she s considered a freak High school kids can be such jerks But I like October She s a pretty cool kid Anyway, as she s starting to settle in, there is a murder that takes place and it is someone October was starting to know and actually like I don t ...