Published February 2007
by Ulverscroft Large Print .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||222|
With Jotham Annan, George Baker, Brian Blessed, Paul Child. If you start seeing dead people, you may have a problem After they hear their cemetery is going to be sold as a building site, Johnny certainly has. Especially since the dead want him to stop it. And the dead are getting restless. They are not going to take this lying down; especially since it's almost Halloween /10(2). Johnny Maxwell's new friends not appreciate the term "ghosts," but they are, well, dead. The town council wants to sell the cemetery, and its inhabitants aren't about to take that lying down! Johnny is the only one who can see them, and and the previously alive need his help to save their home and their history/5(). Johnny and his band of quirky pals are back in "Johnny and the Dead," the second book of Terry Pratchett's "Johnny Maxwell" trilogy. Pratchett was surer this time around, endowing this hilarious sequel with quirkier dialogue and stories, and snappier writing. Johnny Maxwell sees dead people. (Yes, like the little boy in "Sixth Sense.")/5(5). Johnny and the Dead is the second book in the Johnny Maxwell Trilogy, written by Terry Pratchett. Johnny Maxwell can see the dead. So it's going to be tough to break the news to them that the council want to sell their cemetery.
Johnny and the Dead is a fun and fast-paced read with a bizarre and twisted plot. The dead characters in the novel are hilarious and give the book plenty of dark humor.5/5. Johnny Cash was born on Febru , in Kingsland, Arkansas, to Carrie Cloveree (née Rivers) and Ray Cash. He was the fourth of seven children, who were in birth order: Roy, Margaret Louise, Jack, J. R., Reba, Joanne, and Tommy (who also became a successful country artist). He was primarily of English and Scottish descent; Cash's paternal grandmother also claimed Cherokee ancestry. Johnny and the Dead (The Johnny Maxwell Trilogy) by Terry Pratchett and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Johnny and Mr Bowler start chatting, but Johnny's friends think that he is mental because he is talking to a closed door of a tomb. Then Johnny realizes that he can see the dead!
Johnny Maxwell's new friends not appreciate the term "ghosts," but they are, well, dead. The town council wants to sell the cemetery, and its inhabitants aren't about to take that lying down! Johnny is the only one who can see them, and and the previously alive need his help to save their home and their history. Johnny and the Dead book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The town council wants to sell the cemetery, and its inhabitants /5. Johnny and the Dead (Johnny Maxwell) Paperback – 29 April by Terry Pratchett (Author) › Visit Amazon's Terry Pratchett Page. search results for this author. Terry Pratchett (Author) out of 5 stars 99 ratings. Book 2 of 3 in the Johnny Maxwell Series. See all 25 formats and editions /5(99). What was one of the most memorable moments of Johnny and the Dead? When the dead realized they could go anywhere instead of waiting for Judgement Day. Any additional comments? Heart, humor, social commentary and compelling characters and stories - exactly what I .