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Pitch Green (Dimensions in Death) Hardcover – March 16, 2013

4.5 out of 5 stars 45 customer reviews
Book 1 of 3 in the Dimensions in Death Series

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About the Author

The Brothers Washburn (Andy and Berk Washburn) are the coauthors of the Dimensions in Death series, of which Pitch Green is the first book. They both live in the Denver area. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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Product Details

  • Series: Dimensions in Death
  • Hardcover: 280 pages
  • Publisher: Jolly Fish Press (March 16, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 098864911X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0988649118
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.8 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,649,649 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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This is not your typical book written for tweens and morons who wouldn't appreciate a good story if it bit them in the face. If you are looking for a poorly thought out love story, full of weak, single-dimensional characters and vampires that sparkle in the daytime, then go read twilight. However, if you actually want a good story that you won't be able to put down until you've reached the very last page, complete with characters and a story that are intelligent and gripping, if you want to finish a book without feeling like you've just wasted hours of your life that you will never get back, then this is the book for you. In an era where reading has become obsolete because the movie is actually better than the book, this book brings us back to a time when reading was worth while, when people would be disappointed with the movie, even though they knew that it could never live up to the book. I know it might seem low-tech, but great news, you can read it on your kindle, iPad, iPod, iPhone, tablet, or whatever other device you might have.

For anyone who ever had a good dad or scoutmaster that took them camping and told them ghost stories that would haunt them well into the wee hours of the morning, you will appreciate this book even more. The only problem with this book is that, like all great things, there just isn't enough of it, but if the rumors are true, this book is part of a series! We can all only hope that this is the case, because, as all of us who have read "Pitch Green" can attest, one book just simply isn't enough!
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Format: Hardcover
Berk and Andy Washburn (for some reason electing to be designated The Brothers Washburn) know their way around horror stories and suspense fiction. Both lawyers by training and profession they have joined minds to create a series of young adult stories under the title of Dimensions in Death and all apparently will be placed in the vicinity of their youthful stomping grounds - the Mojave Desert - and specifically the small mining town of Trona, California, that happens to have a haunted Searles Mansion and a sulfurous spewing huge building, a plant of some sort, as well as a cult of creepy slimy night creatures who relish human flesh.

Given this ominous, first encountered in the Prologue during a Halloween evening where a young child outfitted as a ghost mysteriously disappears, we meet seven years later a hearty bunch of highschoolers who make the most of the little town feeling by staging pranks. The main characters are the wholly likable Camm and Cal (nick names of Camelot Mist Smith and California Gold Jones), close friends and neighbors who share a curiosity about the many children that have disappeared from their town. What begins as a shared puzzle soon involves the FBI and from there the investigation of the spooky Searles Mansion and the connection to the plant takes off and where that goes is the joyride of reading this immensely entertaining novel.

One of the many aspects that makes this debut novel a success is the new sophistication that the Washburn Brothers bring to their writing. Yes, the audience is meant to be Young Adults, but it is so well conceived and the prose is so excellent that any adult would find this story a rewarding read.
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This book was really great! I'm not one for words like the people who have written before me and I rarely ever write reviews, but this book really deserves one. The men who worte this did a great job! I can really relate to their lead female character. She is not the typical dumb teenage girls I often get bored of in other books. She is wonderful and her cohort adds to her character by mellowing her out a bit. I loved it and everyone should have a copy of this book in their home!
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Eleven year old Camm was trick-or-treating with Cal and a younger group of kids when Hugh, Cal’s younger brother, goes missing. In the book “Pitch Green” by the Brothers Washburn, Hugh is one in a long list of kids that disappear from this remote Nevada town. Seven years later, Camm and Cal are still haunted by that disappearance when the FBI officially comes in to investigate. Several of the investigators are convinced that the disappearances are linked to an abandoned mansion in town. Camm helps the FBI with their case by introducing them to others and being their ‘civilian expert’. She is thrilled that she might finally have closure for that fateful Halloween. After a couple of interviews, and performing her own discreet investigations, Camm is convinced it has something to do with Searles Mansion. Cal helps Camm with some of her own sleuthing when they discover a monster living inside of the mansion that only comes out at midnight. They decide that the monster needs to be stopped and will do whatever it takes. After several failed attempts to kill it, they talk to the only remaining survivor that has ever lived in the mansion. She gives them a mysterious box and tells them to kill the monster. Do Cal and Camm have what it takes to make their town safe again? Or will they end up as so many other children and animals have?
I’m not usually one to read YA horror or suspense fiction especially containing science fiction elements, but this book surprised me. It was funny, intense, and left me wanting more. As soon as I finished the book, I jumped online to see if they had a release date for the next one (which they don’t)! This book had the perfect combination of elements for an intriguing read and definitely left the reader in anticipation. The characters were well developed and relatable.
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