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Watcher in the Woods: Dreamhouse Kings, Book #2by Robert Liparulo
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It's not just the house that's keeping secrets.
Pretending everything's all right is harder than it sounds. But the Kings know that even if they told the truth about the bizarre things happening in their house, no one would believe them. They're hyper-focused on rescuing their lost family member before anyone finds out what's going on.
But when a stranger shows up to take their house, their options start dwindling fast. Why would he be so interested in a run-down old place? And what secret is he hiding--just as he hides the scars that crisscross his body?
The mystery gets stranger with each passing day. Will the Kings be able to find a way to harness the house's secrets and discover who is watching their every move before another gets snatched into an unknown world?
The Kings know that even if they told the truth about the bizarre things happening in their house, no one would believe them. When a stranger shows up to take their house, they wonder what secret he is hiding.
The Kings begin the search for their missing mother, quickly realizing that they must learn more about the worlds in order to find her. But they also must pretend that all is well at home. When a stranger appears and tries to force them to sell the house, their desperation reaches new heights.
In the second volume in the Dreamhouse Kings series, the King family begins to search for their kidnapped mother, quickly realizing that they must learn more about other worlds that the portal of their house opens to.
When his family moves to a small town, 15-year-old Xander discovers there's something odd about their Victorian house. He finds a hidden hallway with portals leading off to far-off places--in long-ago times. Xander is starting to wonder if this kind of travel is a teen's dream come true . . . or his worst nightmare.
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