The Imaginary

The Imaginary

Book - 2015
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Rudger, an imaginary playmate, must find his friend Amanda before he fades away to nothing, while eluding the only other person who can see him, evil Mr. Bunting, who hunts--and possibly even eats--imaginaries.--
Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury, 2015, c2014.
ISBN: 9780802738110
0802738117
Characteristics: 221 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Gravett, Emily

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the_bookwyrm
Nov 20, 2017

The tension surrounding the main antagonist was pretty chilling (especially with what he wants from the friends and how he gets it), but outside of that? It wasn't much my thing.

I guess I got spoiled from "Memoirs of an Imaginary Friend," a book that's targeted for a reader more my age, but it's a good scary story for 3-5 grade readers. Every scene served a purpose to push the plot forward, and the defeat of the antagonist was pretty satisfying. The illustrations add to the scary stuff, but I'm a little nit-picky with how many of the children (real or no) looked the same when drawn at profile--especially those noses.

AL_ALYX Oct 03, 2016

A very strange read with some very peculiar characters. Just in time for Halloween!

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