Sette storie… di paura!

Sette storie di paura Spettri vampiri un autentica e spaventosa divinit e perfino il diavolo in persona ecco i protagonisti di queste sette storie che somigliano ad altrettanto scatole magiche dalle quali tutt a un tra

  • Title: Sette storie… di paura!
  • Author: Brian Jacques Francesca Flore
  • ISBN: 9788804363019
  • Page: 426
  • Format: Paperback
  • Spettri, vampiri, un autentica e spaventosa divinit e perfino il diavolo in persona ecco i protagonisti di queste sette storie, che somigliano ad altrettanto scatole magiche dalle quali, tutt a un tratto, salta fuori un ghignante spauracchio Storie a sorpresa , dunque, storie insolite e inquietanti che mescolano brivido e umorismo, e raccontano di strani incontri nottuSpettri, vampiri, un autentica e spaventosa divinit e perfino il diavolo in persona ecco i protagonisti di queste sette storie, che somigliano ad altrettanto scatole magiche dalle quali, tutt a un tratto, salta fuori un ghignante spauracchio Storie a sorpresa , dunque, storie insolite e inquietanti che mescolano brivido e umorismo, e raccontano di strani incontri notturni nei cimiteri, di fantasmi bambini che infestano il cortile della scuola, di come si fa a imbrogliare il diavolo e degli oscuri segreti custoditi in un polveroso Museo Il tutto abilmente confezionato da uno dei pi noti fra gli scrittori inglesi per ragazzi, autore di alcuni celebri best seller.

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    1. It was a good little set of stories. Had the element of spooky with life lessons and no lastingly scary bits. Great for kids I am sure.

    2. Each tale was cleverly crafted with just enough creepiness to keep it with me. I might reflect back on some of these from time to time, or forget them entirely as time goes on. These tales are meant for a younger audience to get the intended effect, and it was a nice surprise to see that some of these stories had semi-happy endings. One of those books that is a "quick read" or a book that I read to "get it over with".

    3. Of the two collections of original scary stories that Brian Jacques penned during his writing career, I'd have to say that Seven Strange and Ghostly Tales is definitely the better offering. Brian Jacques was at the height of his game when this book was released in 1991, having in the previous five years come out with the first three installments in the Redwall series (Redwall, Mossflower and Mattimeo), and the fact that he was "in the zone" as a writer throughout this time period is evident in e [...]

    4. Fun juvenile anthology reveals a lot about today's youth. I'll have a more complete review when I finish it.Update Jan/2008 - This was REALLY clever. I was totally impressed with the writing and storytelling. He had some great stories that were incredibly creative and unpredictable. I've read so many creeping tales that I read them now to see if I can predict the ending, and there were several in here that I felt were new and unique even though the book is a couple of years old.I know that Brian [...]

    5. This was very cute, I'm sure to a kid these stories would be a little spooky. This is exactly the kind of book I would have loved when I was younger. I was so into the Goosebumps series, and this would have been a perfect fit for me. I read it just now, because I also grew up reading Jacques' Redwall series and never knew he wrote anything other than Redwall. I was intrigued and definitely not disappointed-- it would've been even more enjoyable if I were 8 again.

    6. So Brian Jacques wrote the Redwall series which are great and like The Wind in the Willows the characters are animals and talk and act like people. Anyway, I have read a few of those and like them a lot but it being close to Halloween I wanted to read spooky stuff and although these are for kids they are spooky too. I think I will read some more Redwall too. Recommend to kids 9 - 12 or big kids like me who never grew up and never intend to !!!

    7. Fun set of ghostly stories, read by the author. I'm not sure if children will find any of them too scary (my children wandered in and out as I was listening, but didn't pay attention.) Ghosts help give various villains the come-uppance, and one boy who creeps up to the vampire's grave at midnight learns the delightful truth about mothers everywhere.

    8. I have read this book at least six times, if not a dozen, cover to cover. When I was nine or ten I probably wouldn't have given it five stars, as the stories are good but not the most amazing ever, but now as an adult I still remember, still like, and still want to reread them for the umteempth time every summer.

    9. I love short story compilations because each story requires so little investment. If the story is so so, skip it or just wait it out and in 15 minutes you will be to a new story. These were fun ghostly tales that were dark but not too scary. Just fun and spooky. Appropriate for 12 and up.

    10. The author, Brian Jacques, narrated his scary tales, which I found delightful. Altho Mr. Jacques writes books aimed at juveniles, he is one of my favorite authors.

    11. While this was not my favorite book ever I liked how the book was set up. Each short story went nicely next to the next and previous story, this helped the book flow.

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