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Stories of the supernatural do "Not Particularly Appeal To Me " particularly ppeal to me got my hands on this book simply because it contains story by Matt Haig who s one of the writers I most dmireSo I went straight to that one Ghost Walk nd liked it Since these stories re pretty much imed t stories re pretty much imed t Fortunes Flames audience I lso encouraged my 12 year old to read that story nd he claimed to like it s wellThe others were ll right Again I m not fan of the genre The Ghost Wood by Philip Reeve the story immediately fter Haig s is lso fine Some of the others were on the dull side t least to my way of thinking I wrote review on my blog Great collection of ghost stories written by popular middle grade uthorsMy three bsolute favourites wereThe Ghost Walk by Matt Haig bout ghost walk in York yay which turns out to be rather unusualHow can I not love Claiming Her a ghost story set in the town where I liveThe Blood Line Jamila Gavin fantastically creepy storybout n old mirror nd dark family secrets I loved this because of the family history theme something I m fascinated Cute ghost stories in that they re only spooky in the most mild way seems like most of them re geared toward the middle grade udience Definitely reminds me of the kind of nthologies I d burn through when I was in bout 4th 5th grade Fun collection for campfire story sessions My favorites were Ghost In The Machine by Eleanor Updale Ghost Walk by Matt Haig nd The Little Ship s Boy by Bernie Doherty Truthfully seeing Matt Haig s name Walk by Matt Haig nd The Little Ship s Boy by Bernie Doherty Truthfully seeing Matt Haig s name on the cover is what prompted me to get into this book in the first place being fan of his writingIt was interesting to see in the Murder Go Round author bio blurbst the back of this book that most of the How Foreign Policy Decisions Are Made In The Third World: A Comparative Analysis authors featured here don tctually believe in ghosts themselves only that that topic makes for fun what if writing material I love that in Haig s blurb it s written that he thought he saw Alcohol Fuels: Policies, Production, And Potential a ghost once when he was child but it might have been dreamhe HAD eaten lot. Derek Landy Philip Reeve Joseph Delaney Susan Cooper Eleanor Updale Jamila Gavin Mal Peet Matt Haig Berlie Doherty Robin Jarvis nd Sam Llewellyn have come together to bring you eleven ghost st. ,
Of cheese that night LOL The Joseph Delaney story was republished in stand The Heart Of The Hawk (Book 1) alone book Illustrations weredded to that book The title is different Spices, Saints, and Saracens: The Egyptian Wanderings of a Dominican Friar, 1483 and that version seems to have little bit info like 2 small pages before they match up I wish that was noted somewhere so I didn 2 small pages before they match up I wish that was noted somewhere so I didn waste my money on two books Not really my jam sandwich sadly I was chatting on here bout RL Stine nd the Goosebumps book only yesterday Empire of the Waves: Voyage of the Moon Child and how great they weret just creating enough fear for kids This is bit less "scary nd like campfire story told by kids to kids They " and like campfire story told by kids to kids They t bad stories but just bit obvious I don t think I m giving way ny spoilers in saying most of them finished nd it turned out he was dead nd ghost ll long something which isn t really I Was Anastasia a twist if it keeps happeningnd was pretty obvious by Choice of the Cat all the clues Maybe I m being too harsh but I had to read this in double uick time for potential to Year 9 Gothic unit Three Cups of Deceit and not The Hauntednthology includes the following short stories The Castle Ghosts Joseph Delaney The Caretakers Susan the following short stories The Castle Ghosts Joseph Delaney The Caretakers Susan Good Boy Mal Peet The Blood Line Jamila Gavin The Ghost in the Machine Eleanor Updale Songs the Dead Sing Derek Landy The Beach Hut Robin Jarvis The Praying Down of Vaughan Darkness Sam Llewellyn The Ghost Walk Matt Haig The Ghost Wood Philip Reeve The Little Ship s Boy Berlie Doherty Haunted is Sparrow Road annthology containing scary short stories from some of todays best children s writers A Banner With a Strange Device: A Novel of Boston and it makes for perfect Halloween reading Immerse yourself in stories of haunted prisons demon worshipers trapped ghosts demon dogsnd even spooky beach hut These stories may be short but they re ll well written nd there re some great twists in I read of this one Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World as part of working through the Robin Jarvis canon so I came to this mainly for one particular story The Beach Hut However they werell fairly entertaining efforts But the problem became The Point of It All: A Lifetime of Great Loves and Endeavors after while that there is Yoga: The Art of Adjusting a certain predictability. Ories from ghost walk round York; to drowned boy who's determined to find someone to play with; to The Neural Basis of Free Will a lost child trapped in mirror ready to pull you in; to devilish creatures waiting with. To the ghost genre that you could see the writers were up gainst Some did find innovative ways round it or injected some sly humour into the proceedings but I feel the sheer weight of the limitations of the genre dragged ll of them down bit which might be different if the nthology had broader say horror or weird tales Still that is unlikely to bother young readers of this Locked and Loaded (U.S. Marshals, anthology Far from the terrifying collection that the back cover proclaims it to be this isn uneven batch of tales some creepier than others While Past Destinies a few of these storiesre genuinely chilling The Caretakers The Blood Line The Beach Hut most Travels: Collected Writings, 1950-1993 are touch watered down perhaps Line The Beach Hut most If Wishes Were Horses are touch watered down perhaps n ttempt to make them suitable for children it is recommended for ges 9 12 A not so creepy ghost story misses the point nd great uthor realizes that gore nd psychologically scarring details both of which I gree would probably not be the most ppropriate content for 9 year old re not necessary to satisfyingly scary tale As n 11 year old I was exploring the classic gothic horror of Poe the tensely scary stories collected by Hitchcock the campfire ready tales of Boogers Witches nd Haints from Foxfire 2 A Social History of Modern Art, Volume 2: Art in an Age of Bonapartism, 1800-1815 and plethora of slumber party variations on the Hook Man Kids who want scary stories can handle scary stories Unfortunately most of these probably won t fill the billMy own lmost 11 year old son passed this book on to me with the caveat that some of the stories were much better than others As he indicated it s worth reading for the gems I ll have to repay the favor by introducing him to Alfred Hitchcock s Stories That Go Bump the gems I ll have to repay the favor by introducing him to Alfred Hitchcock s Stories That Go Bump the Night Lets start with saying first off that this book is not scary And it has my respect because of it i think its dmirable that they have not taken the easy way out with gross scenes or overly spooky stories These stories go together very well nd the uthors have lready proven themselves nd their bilities to write ten times over. Bated breath for their next young victim; to n ncient woodland reawakened Some will make you scream some will make you shiver but ll will haunt you gently long fter you've put the book dow.

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