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Jeremiah Bloom and the amulet of Osiron

Author: Stephen Wren
Publisher: Mount Juliet, TN : Blackbeard Books, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : Secondary (senior high) school : English : 1st ed
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In 1721, poverty forces fifteen-year-old Jeremiah Bloom and his father to Gordington Square, a shipping town with a long history of mysterious murders and ships lost at sea. After his father's boat is lost, Jeremiah takes a job as a cabin boy aboard the Nante, a ship soon to battle undead pirates. With the help of the Secret Society of Osiron, Jeremiah vows to save Gordington, but not before he overcomes thick  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fantasy fiction, American
Sea stories, American
Juvenile fiction
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Secondary (senior high) school
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stephen Wren
ISBN: 9780981902111 0981902111 9780981902104 0981902103
OCLC Number: 236112931
Description: 316 ; 24 cm.
Responsibility: by Stephen Wren.

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In 1721, poverty forces fifteen-year-old Jeremiah Bloom and his father to Gordington Square, a shipping town with a long history of mysterious murders and ships lost at sea. After his father's boat is lost, Jeremiah takes a job as a cabin boy aboard the Nante, a ship soon to battle undead pirates. With the help of the Secret Society of Osiron, Jeremiah vows to save Gordington, but not before he overcomes thick jungles and phantoms to reach a cave filled with treasure.

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by wrenstephen (WorldCat user on 2008-09-25)

Hello, I am the author of Jeremiah Bloom. I have several revisions if you could please fix these: 1. The word "Amulet" in the title needs to be capitalized. 2. The book's length is 317 pages and is available in both paperback and hardcover 6x9. 3. The cover image needs to be uploaded- can you tell me where this is done? Thanks, Stephen Wren wrenstephen@gmail.com

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by tnparanormal (WorldCat user published 2008-09-25) Excellent Permalink

I was thoroughly impressed with this author's debut novel! Fifteen year old Jeremiah Bloom faces great challenges, including losing both of his parents, and he sets out on an amazing, exciting quest. There's a wacky captain and his crew, the evil villain Molodan, and terrifying ocean anomolies. This...
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Excellent middle-grade book!

by wrenstephen (WorldCat user published 2008-09-25) Excellent Permalink

A boy-friendly book based on a youth facing pirates and the paranormal in the early 1700's. Lots of action, fantasy, historical, horror and suspense!

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