The Secret Window

The Secret Window

Meg is afraid to tell anyone when her dreams literally start coming true, but she needs help before she can learn to use her gift of seeing into the future....

Title:The Secret Window
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780590427494
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    The Secret Window Reviews

  • Alexandra

    ahh the scholastic apple paperback. gotta love 'em.the secret window was a lot darker than i expected, and dealt with issues such as parental separation, teen parties w/ underage smoking & drinking, ...

  • Darcy (Daydreamingofbookdragons)

    Good book, just too young for me and not my personal interests. I couldn't connect to it so I haven't rated it higher, but I do think it's a good book for younger readers to pick up. It talks positive...

  • Hannah

    Meg wrestles with her gift and the choices of those around her....

  • Andrea

    "Meg knows something about herself--something crazy. Her dreams come true. All she's never wanted is to be exactly like her friends, but the dreams make her different. It's a secret she can't share wi...

  • A

    I’m conducting a historical self-discovery and existential experiment for something I’m working on by rereading books from my youth. I read this years ago back in fourth grade. When I recently rep...

  • Danielle Routh

    Thank you, library, for the creeptastic cover of this edition. Wavered between four and five stars for this one. The premise--Meg has dreams that come true--is eerie and compelling enough, of course, ...

  • L.E. Fidler

    it really, really frustrates me when books feel dated and therefore ineffectual. originally published in 1982, [The Secret Window] needed some heavy lovin' for its latest printing in the 90s. but sadl...

  • Amy

    I remember reading this book, and it was just a fun read. This girl Meg has dreams, visions really, and though its only a few things she can see, she can only find out what they mean later. I remember...

  • Natalie

    In the first chapter or two it mentions a girl having her period, which is something I could have dealt with as a book for my 7-year-old. But then the unsupervised middle school party with weed sort o...

  • Gina

    I quite enjoyed this book. Meg was a really mature 12-year-old, and while this book was short, she sure did learn a lot. She also had a lot to deal with, with her father leaving, and her best friend G...