Somebody was in there. Somebody - or some thing . . .
There is no room thirteen in the creepy Crow's Nest Hotel, where Fliss and her friends are staying on a school trip. Or is there? For at the stroke of midnight, something peculiar happens to the door of the linen cupboard next to room l2. And something is happening to Ellie-May Sunderland, too - something very sinister . . .
A gripping page-turner from a master of spooky suspense, award-winning Robert Swindells. Don't read this under the covers at midnight!
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Reviews for Room 13
A splendid, spooky story with good characterisation, a believable setting, humour and the ability to make the unreal seem real. I recommend it to children of ten to thirteen without reservation
The School Librarian