Time for more terror… A new short story collection, following on from RL Stine’s hugely successful NIGHTMARE HOUR.
“Some stories are too terrifying to tell,” says RL Stine. “They are the ones that live in the darkest corners of my mind. The ones that give me chills in the dead of night. The ones that I must tell you now – or they will haunt me forever…”
Read the terrifying story of a babysitter who loves evil tricks… the chilling tale of a boy who dared to lie down in an ancient mummy case… the frightful story of two boys dying to have the scariest Halloween ever…
When the lights fade, the world that we know as real slips into shadow – and the cold, moonlit world of the Haunting Hour is upon us!
The Halloween Dance
The Bad Babysitter
Revenge of the Snowman
How to Bargain with a Dragon
The Mummy’s Dream
Are We There Yet?
Take Me with You
My Imaginary Friend
Can You Draw
Ten terrifying tales to make you shiver at any hour!
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“The tales [have] edge, depth, resonance and variety… compelling.”
Times Educational Supplement
Praise for NIGHTMARE HOUR:
“I really enjoy your work… thanks you for creating new nightmares for me”
Kenny, aged 12
“They are horrifying stories – they even gave me the creeps”
Sofia, aged 14
“My favourite book is NIGHTMARE HOUR”
Jeffrie, aged 9
R. L. (Robert Lawrence) Stine is the best-selling children’s author in history. He began his writing career at the age of nine, writing short stories, joke books, and comic books for his friends, and has been at it ever since. A graduate of Ohio State University, Mr. Stine created Fear Street, the first young adult horror series, and Goosebumps, the
best-selling series that made Mr. Stine the #1 best-selling author in America for three years in a row. R. L. Stine lives in Manhattan with his wife, Jane, teenage son, Matthew, and their dog, Nadine.
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Book Description HarperCollins, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0007131267