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Chris Priestley - Tales of Terror from the Tunnel's Mouth - 9781408871102 - V9781408871102
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Tales of Terror from the Tunnel's Mouth

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Description for Tales of Terror from the Tunnel's Mouth Paperback. Num Pages: 288 pages. BIC Classification: YDC; YFC; YFD. Category: (J) Children / Juvenile. Dimension: 130 x 265 x 20. Weight in Grams: 208.
Do you dare to read the Tales of Terror? A stunning and commercial new paperback package for this chilling collection of short stories, illustrated throughout by David Roberts and featuring a gloriously creepy new cover! A boy is put on a train by his stepmother to make his first journey on his own. But what should be a thrilling ride becomes weirder than anyone could have imagined when the train stalls at the mouth of a tunnel and an elegant woman in white offers to help the boy while away the hours by telling him stories. ... Read more

Product Details

Publisher
Bloomsbury Childrens
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2016
Condition
New
Number of Pages
288
Place of Publication
London, United Kingdom
ISBN
9781408871102
SKU
V9781408871102
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About Chris Priestley
Chris Priestley lives in Cambridge with his wife and son. His novels are brilliantly original additions to a long tradition of horror stories by authors such as M.R. James and Edgar Allan Poe. Chris wrote one of the World Book Day books for 2011 and has been shortlisted for a variety of prestigious children's book awards. www.chrispriestleybooks.com ... Read more

Reviews for Tales of Terror from the Tunnel's Mouth
Inventive, deadpan, sardonic and cruel, [Tales of Terror] From the Tunnel's Mouth is a creepy autumnal treat
James Lovegrove, Financial Times
The stories are spine-chilling thrillers ... a wonderfully nightmarish journey of the imagination - old-fashioned storytelling at its best
Daily Mail
It's a classic in the making
Nicola Smyth, Independent on Sunday

Goodreads reviews for Tales of Terror from the Tunnel's Mouth