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The Fires Beneath the Sea: Book summary and reviews of The Fires Beneath the Sea by Lydia Millet
The Fires Beneath the Sea Summary
Cara's mother has disappeared. Her father isn't talking about it. Her big brother Max is hiding behind his iPod, and her genius little brother Jackson is busy studying the creatures he collects from the beach. But when a watery specter begins to haunt the family's Cape Cod home, Cara and her brothers realize that their scientist mother may not be who they thought she was - and that the world has much stranger, much older inhabitants than they had imagined.
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"Starred Review. A lush and intelligent opener for a topical eco-fantasy series. Ages 9-13." - Kirkus Reviews
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Lydia Millet Author Biography
Lydia Millet was born in Boston, Massachusetts and raised in Toronto, Canada. She holds a BA in Creative Writing with honors from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a master's degree from Duke University.
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