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Darien Connors and the Necromancy of Eridu (edition 2011)

by Jason Dawson

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Darien Connors and the Necromancy of Eridu by Jason Dawson

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Darien is a fifteen year old boy struggling with the death of his father and high school. Darien feels he doesn't fit in and tries to stay below the radar of the shool bullies and the administration. But a run in with those bullies changes his life forever. The story is well written and the characters are easy to relate to. I am looking forward to reading the next book in the series. ( )
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