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His Life Abiding by Marsh Myers

His Life Abiding

by Marsh Myers

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'His Life Abiding' will hold the interest of teenagers and adults alike. Written with excellent description, the book is a wonderful opportunity for the reader to gain a whole other perspective on foster children , and the world they live in. The wonderful mix of mystery, crime, sleuthing and the paranormal, made it hard to put this book down.
added by marshmyers | editAmazon.com, Canyongem (pay site) (Oct 5, 2013)
What a tremendous debut teen novel for Mr. Myers! His characters are realistic, and Myers’ is able to weave a story which does not disappoint. Sawyer is a child who is in a situation of life after death, a drowning that occurred some years passed during World War II.
I really enjoyed this book. For a YA novel it actuallyhas a pretty complex plot that I dont think talks down to the reader. You actually to have to have a little bit of a brain to read this as it touches on some topics from history especially the Battle of the Atlantic in which German uboats hunted other ships.
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“The plane’s shadow had just passed along the surface of the U-boat when there was a great detonation several yards to the submarine’s port side.”

Excerpt From: Myers, Marsh. “His Life Abiding.” Laughing Boy Fiction, 2013-04-28T07:00:00+00:00. iBooks. 
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Tyler's not the type of teenager who spends much time considering the paranormal.
Abandoned by his parents and living in a foster home, he's consumed by the tragedy of his own life. It's not until eight-year-old Sawyer enters the home that Tyler begins to wonder if there's more to human existence than life and death.

Is there, in fact, something in between?

Determined to learn the reason behind Sawyer's fear of water and uncanny knowledge of submarines, Tyler's quest leads him down a dangerous path where lifetimes overlap and a murderer lurks... desperate to keep his secrets hidden forever!
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