Dreadful Sorry (Time Travel Mystery #1)

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Dreadful Sorry (Time Travel Mystery #1)
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Release Date
April 01, 1993
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0152050876
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Seventeen-year-old Molly's recurrent nightmares become waking visions after she nearly drowns at a party. Soon she's witnessing events through the eyes of a girl who lived in her father's house nearly a century before.

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Reader reviewed by Jenna

Dreadful Sorry is the best book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!   A girl finds out that she is someho9w connected to a girl amed Clemntine, and she is always in her nightmare, the recurring one.so she moves to her dad house. this ends up being the place in her recurring nightmare. she strats hallucinating!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Read Dreaful Sorry for more info. Readf it. NOOOOQ+WWWW

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Outstanding! A true classic!
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Reader reviewed by Tori Phillips

What an outstanding idea Reiss had in mind! Reincarnation has never been thought of like being haunted by ghosts who want to atone for their mistakes! I wish that would happen in reality. Even though I love it, the only thing I didn't like was that the name Molly is so common I feel bad about my name. However, this book is just so wonderfully thought of and so wickedly appeared in print that I hope this will remain one of Reiss's best books.
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Captivating and Gripping!
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Reader reviewed by readerCT

This book was captivating. The story is so climatic. Every line Kathryn Reiss uses seems to give a read-between-the-lines hint. It is one of those books that really make you think and infer, and not want to miss even one sentence in expectance of another clue that might link Molly more to the very intriguing character of Clementine Horn. I personally believe it was genious tying in the song O My Darlin. I will always think of this book when I here the song. I was humming it for weeks after. This book is truely masterpeice of lit.
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Excellent!!
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Reader reviewed by Leigha

This is a great story. I love how it is suspenseful and keeps you entertained as you are waiting for it to unfold.

I read this story in the eighth grade and i always wanted to get it. Until this year i had been looking for this book but couldn't find it because i was typing in dreadfully sorry and not dreadful sorry. I finally found it on the internet and ordered it. I would recommend this story to anyone because it really is well written and its entertaining. It also makes you believe that this is happening and that's always a plus in a book for me.
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It will amaze you!
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Reader reviewed by Crystal

This book was pretty good. Katheryn Reiss is a great author. I, personally liked her other books" Sweet miss honeywell's revenge" and "Paint by magic" better. This book is filled with many different and interesting characters, and is filled with unexpected twists that will just amaze you! Read this book, and also check out my other reviews on "Sweet miss honeywell's revenge" and "Paint by magic"
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Mindbending mystery
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Reader reviewed by Garden0fdreams

From the start of the novel to the closing, just about every scene had something to make you think. Molly starts having 'visions' about a girl from the past and her traggic death.The most mysterious part is the connection and similarities between her and Molly, which is not revealed until the very end of the novel.That is what I like about this book.
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