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King James Bible Therefore whatsoever ye have spoken in darkness shall be heard in the light; and that which ye have spoken in the ear in closets shall be proclaimed upon the housetops. Christian Standard Bible Therefore, whatever you have said in the dark will be heard in the light, and what you have whispered in an ear in private rooms will be proclaimed on the housetops.

Contemporary English Version Whatever you say in the dark will be heard when it is day. Whatever you whisper in a closed room will be shouted from the housetops. Good News Translation So then, whatever you have said in the dark will be heard in broad daylight, and whatever you have whispered in private in a closed room will be shouted from the housetops.

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Holman Christian Standard Bible Therefore, whatever you have said in the dark will be heard in the light, and what you have whispered in an ear in private rooms will be proclaimed on the housetops. International Standard Version Therefore, what you have said in darkness will be heard in the daylight, and what you have whispered in private rooms will be shouted from the housetops. New Heart English Bible Therefore whatever you have said in the darkness will be heard in the light.

What you have spoken in the ear in the inner chambers will be proclaimed on the housetops. Whatever you have whispered in private rooms will be shouted from the housetops. Jubilee Bible Therefore whatever ye have spoken in darkness shall be heard in the light, and that which ye have spoken in the ear in closets shall be proclaimed upon the housetops. King James Bible Therefore whatsoever you have spoken in darkness shall be heard in the light; and that which you have spoken in the ear in private rooms shall be proclaimed upon the housetops. American King James Version Therefore whatever you have spoken in darkness shall be heard in the light; and that which you have spoken in the ear in closets shall be proclaimed on the housetops.

American Standard Version Wherefore whatsoever ye have said in the darkness shall be heard in the light; and what ye have spoken in the ear in the inner chambers shall be proclaimed upon the housetops. Douay-Rheims Bible For whatsoever things you have spoken in darkness, shall be published in the light: and that which you have spoken in the ear in the chambers, shall be preached on the housetops. Darby Bible Translation therefore whatever ye have said in the darkness shall be heard in the light, and what ye have spoken in the ear in chambers shall be proclaimed upon the housetops.

English Revised Version Wherefore whatsoever ye have said in the darkness shall be heard in the light; and what ye have spoken in the ear in the inner chambers shall be proclaimed upon the housetops. Webster's Bible Translation Therefore, whatever ye have spoken in darkness, shall be heard in the light; and that which ye have spoken in the ear in closets, shall be proclaimed upon the house-tops. Weymouth New Testament Whatever therefore you have said in the dark, will be heard in the light; and what you have whispered within closed doors will be proclaimed from the house-tops.

World English Bible Therefore whatever you have said in the darkness will be heard in the light. As the four of us each foolishly tried to be the one most in danger from the awful creature that faced us, I found myself wanting to laugh and cry at the same time. I was surprised when the spooky red-eyed figure turned out to just be a guy who enjoyed killing animals and people. The story was so strong that I honestly began to believe that The Whisperer in the Dark might actually be real.

In the text it says, "His name, they said, was Wilbur Whateley. He had been born an albino, his skin so devoid of pigment, his eyes so sensitive that bright light pained him, and he was raised in a home where there were suspicions of terrible abuse. That was probably why he had taken to killing and decapitating animals when he was a child Also, I feel that the past events helped make Maddy a stronger person. I think this helps Maddy with her scarred arm, losing parents, and wanting to run again.

In the text it says, "I've begun thinking seriously about writing stories like that myself. Roger has been encouraging me. That's the main reason I wrote down my recent experiences Then he put both arms around me and hugged me.

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I hugged him right back. I used both arms, because even though my left hand is still not as sensitive as my right hand, I've been able to move it a little Roger smiled down at me and then he kissed me. That was a first. And, as far as I am concerned, a fine way to end my own scary story. I rate this book 5 star because I kept on reading and I always wanted to turn the page and find out what will happen. The Whisper in the Dark has a theme that is you can defeat any monster or problem by not being afraid and not giving in.

I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a frightening book that has to do with some creep stuff. Also, someone who likes a book about friendship and family as well as Native American stories and a little history. How would you feel if one of your childhood scary stories became real? View 1 comment. Feb 03, Aidan Y rated it it was ok. The book was about Maddie, a girl hears legends from her Native American grandmother. She knows they are all just stories and does not believe them, until the scariest story about the Whisper In The Dark comes reality.

Maddie was my favorite character because she was adventurous and funny. The characters did not feel real because they did super natural things. My favorite part of the book was when Maddie first discovers the Whisper In The Dark because it was scary and suspenseful. My least favor The book was about Maddie, a girl hears legends from her Native American grandmother.

My least favorite part of the book was when parts of the book were in Native American and when they told stories all the time. I did not like how it was so unrealistic too. I thought that the book was really boring at a lot of parts and listening to Native American stories for pages gets redundant. At least the book is suspenseful at some parts because I did not know what would happen next in the stories that the grandma told. I would recommend this book to someone that likes super natural and horror stories.

It is filled with fictional stories that I did not really like or enjoy. I was pretty confused throughout the book because of the stories that were really strange and I did not understand. Shelves: , age-middlegrade , teen-book-club , horror.

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Maddy is home alone when she gets a few weird phone calls. For some reason she begins thinking of a Narragansett legend her grandmother had once told her about the Whisperer in the Dark, a monster that comes after you with its razor sharp claws. When her friend Roger comes over, they find that Maddy's dog has been attacked by the monster. The dog is okay, but they hear that other animals in the area have been attacked and killed. Suddenly the monster seems more and more real, and Maddy is certai Maddy is home alone when she gets a few weird phone calls.


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Suddenly the monster seems more and more real, and Maddy is certain it's after her. There were a number of elements of this story that were really interesting. I loved the taxi driver, Mr. Patel, and I also loved the descriptions of Maddy's creepy old house. Lovecraft, the latter two being local to Rhode Island. The local aspect of the story was also intriguing. I don't know how much of this Native American legend of the Whisperer in the Dark was true or if it was totally made up but it gave the story some interesting depth.

Sometimes I felt the action moved a little too quickly and that a lot of background information was given unnecessarily the information about Maddy's parents and her hand being crippled, for instance. This would be a good novel for a reluctant reader. Oct 02, Melissa rated it it was amazing Shelves: middle-grade , native-american-characters-themes. Another great suspenceful story from Joseph Bruchac! Whisper in the Dark is exciting from the first page. I found myself wanting Maddy to be the heroine not the victim, because of her courage through her whole ordeal.

A bunch Another great suspenceful story from Joseph Bruchac! A bunch of animals are being attacked in Maddie's area and no one knows why, but she thinks she has a good idea of what's going on. Maddy starts seeing visions in windows that no one else sees and having strange dreams. The story of the Whisperer in the Dark was really good when Maddie tells it to Roger. Whisper in the Dark is quite a page turner and written like every good suspense filled book should be. I loved following Maddy and Roger on their journey with this legendary monster! Maddy loves scary stories.


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  • She really loves the legends of her Native American ancestors. But there is one story that really does frighten her and that is the story of the Whisperer in the dark. But she starts getting frightening phones and scary messages left on her door, Maddy thinks this legends is becoming real. I read this book a few years ago and since then, I've read a number of books by Joseph Bruchac.

    I like how a lot of Bruchac's books are set in modern times, but still have to do with N Maddy loves scary stories. I like how a lot of Bruchac's books are set in modern times, but still have to do with Native American legends. I also think that he makes strong, relateable characters that are Native American. And Maddy is no time.

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    She is a great character. She is just a normal, young girl who loves scary things and if I remember correctly, she loves to run as well. I think the book has a lot going for it. It has a great, strong female character, interesting story and it can definitely be creepy. It is a page turner. Overall, it is a really great book.

    Oct 14, Mrs. Strudthoff rated it it was amazing. If you like a spooky book that keeps you guessing, Whisper in the Dark is for you. Maddie and her friend Roger spend much of their free time running because they are both on the track team. Maddie lives with her aunt after she lost her parents in a car accident.

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    But she remembers the stories her father and grandmother, both Native Americans, told her. One of the stories was about the Whisperer. Of course, Maddie thinks the story is just folklore until one morning when she hears scratching on the If you like a spooky book that keeps you guessing, Whisper in the Dark is for you. Of course, Maddie thinks the story is just folklore until one morning when she hears scratching on the door. She thinks it's her dog wanting to be let back into the house. But when she opens the door, her dog is not there.

    But the message "I'm coming for you" has been scratched into the newly-painted wooden door. And when she finally finds her dog, he's under a shed, shaking and bloody. The story of the Whisperer comes back to Maddie and she realizes that the story isn't folklore after all. Sep 21, Zachary Schiltz rated it it was amazing. I thought it was a very well thought out story in the horror genre. The main character in my perspective had all the cliche's down and wasn't about to fall into any of these silly traps.

    I think the plot was also very good and well thought out. The theme reminded me a bit too much of the chubracabra story about a monster that eats animals and sucks their blood, but I still liked it. I chose the book because it was recommended to me by another classmate and I like the horror genre so I read it an I thought it was a very well thought out story in the horror genre. I chose the book because it was recommended to me by another classmate and I like the horror genre so I read it and it was very good. If i could change the book I would just call it chubracabra because that is basically what it is.

    This book is just like other horror books because the creature is from some urban legend that happens to be real, and it affects the main character more than it affects anyone else. Mar 15, Bette rated it really liked it Shelves: children-s. I like the way Bruhac incorporated Native American legends and history into this horror story. I also was amazed at how detailed he was about Providence and its architecture, history, and culture.

    HP Lovecraft and EA Poe are mentioned and he even gets in theories about the appeal of gothic novels and films. This is my first Bruhac book, and I I like the way Bruhac incorporated Native American legends and history into this horror story. But it's also just a fun read. Feb 02, Erin rated it it was amazing. Whisper In The Dark is a very interesting book. Its hard to only read the first page without wanting to read the rest! Its about a girl named Maddie. Maddie loves scary stories and being creeped out, but one day mysterious letters and phone calls appear to be.

    This Whisper In The Dark thing is just becoming to real. Maddie calls her BFF Roger to help the creepy things stop happening. Bootsie is the pet. Soon enough Whisper In The Dark gets to her! But what happens to Maddie and Roger? Read the b Whisper In The Dark is a very interesting book. Read the book to find out! View 2 comments. Mar 23, Reader rated it it was ok Recommends it for: 4th-6th graders. However, I was disappointed because the story slowed down way too much in the middle.

    The end was good enough to qualify as an acceptable horror story but overall the book was too slow for my liking. One positive is that this Sunshine State book is short and easy to read. Dec 07, Emily Bailey rated it liked it. This is the type of book you will not want to read at night This is another book club book, and though we've read other thrillers or ghostly stories in the past, none really got to me.

    With this one I found myself wanting to find out what happens next, but at the same time dreading it. I liked it all the way through the book, including the ending. Definitely a quick but creepy story to read! Oct 04, Courtney rated it it was ok. Too Cliche even thought it states that its not looking to be Cliche.. One of the worst Sunshine State Books this year.

    Seriously, they need to look at the most popular books for kids in grade and pick them from THAT list. Mar 28, lauren rated it did not like it. The only reason I read this was because the title sounded very intriguing. However when I actually started reading it I found it went way to fast. Within the first few chapters we have already dove into the climax. This might be a silly reason to dislike a book for some, but I hate it! If the writing were better then I believe I would've enjoyed it as it was a good plot but with flaws. Jan 06, Chase rated it it was amazing Shelves: mystery.

    Whisper in the dark is about two kids who get tangled in a mystery, and to figure it out, they have to survive it. They encouter dangerous situatitions, and scary things. I gave this book 5 stars because it was really awesome. I would recomend this book to anyone who likes evil spirits, and haunted poeple. Apr 20, Sandra Stiles rated it it was amazing. He did it again. This is another one you don't want to read alone in the dark. Or maybe you are the type that loves to be scared out of your wits. If so then by all means read it under those conditions.

    But I must say you must read this author's works. The Native American influence into his stories make them excellent. Apr 06, Erin Sterling rated it it was ok Shelves: teen-fiction , teen-horror , read-in I guess this is horror, but it's not very scary. I think it tells too much about being scary without actually being scary. A Native American teenager Maddy loves reading, watching, and hearing horror stories, especially ones her grandmother tells her. But when a Whisperer of the Dark is after her, she doesn't know if she can keep her wits together.



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