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The Midnight Library #3: End Game (Midnight Library #3)

3.88  ·  Rating Details ·  189 Ratings  ·  19 Reviews
Damien Graves presents three terrifying stories to thrill and chill you. Will you dare to be scared?

Damien Graves has spent many years searching for the most spine-chilling stories in existence. Now, at last, he has chosen to share with you the best of his collection...

Simon prefers computer games to reality. But a shockingly real turn of events might mean "Game Over" -- f
Paperback, 192 pages
Published November 1st 2006 by Scholastic Paperbacks
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Paula Throughbooks
Me encantan los relatos de terror, y aunque estos no sean especialmente terroríficos ni estén muy bien planeados, me lo he pasado muy bien leyendo estas historias.
Jennifer Wardrip
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Damien Graves has put together another book in the TALES FROM THE MIDNIGHT LIBRARY series with three more scary stories.

Simon has gotten an offer from to customize his own game. Simon thought this was just some kind of scam but what he is about to find is NOT a scam but a game that might just be the biggest thing he has ever played in his life. This might also be the biggest challenge for him! Since Simon thinks this is a scam
Robert Gilbert
Mar 26, 2014 Robert Gilbert rated it did not like it
My son went to the book store to find inspiration for the scary games he likes to make for Robox. He came home with two of the books in this series (This one and the Cat Lady one). After reading a few of these short stories, though, he felt more depressed than inspired. I read them, too, and I wasn’t too impressed. I did like the underlying social messages from Who Dares Wins and End Game, but other than that, these were just bad things happening to nice people. I’ve had enough of that in real l ...more
Dayna Smith
This book is part of the Midnight Library series. This book contains three spooky tales kids will love. In "Game Over" Simon likes video games better than people until the game becomes reality. In "The Other Sister" Catherine is concerned about a young girl who keeps coming into the store where she works. Something seems very wrong with Susie. In "Is Anybody There?" Juliet is getting text messages from a phone number that doesn't exist. These tales don't have happy endings and they are creepy. B ...more
Aug 07, 2009 Marcia rated it did not like it
Recommends it for: nobody
Shelves: middle-school
I grabbed this one at the book fair while searching for "scary books" that my students are always clamoring for. Although marketed to 8-12 years I think this one is much more suited for ages 12 and up. The book contains three short stories, one violent, the others deal with topics much more familiar to middle-schoolers like cell phones. Not good, not well-crafted in terms of building suspense. Scaring in a mean, unsettling way.
Jey Arbie
Nov 16, 2014 Jey Arbie rated it really liked it
Read this whole thing in a day. Not that scary as you expect it to be (escpecially because of the grotesque 'DARE TO BE SCARED' on the cover) but surprisingly it is gripping.

1st Story- 3.5
2nd Story- 4.0 (The peculiarity with TML books is that the 2nd story is very often the best.)
3rd Story- 3.0
Feb 07, 2011 Sam added it
This book really scared me because i like to read the book like i'm the main character and because he got killed at the end by the video game i was really afraid of playing video games. I thought this book was a good book if you are into horror
Mar 06, 2012 Andrea added it
Shelves: finished
This is a really good book!! My top favorite out of the other series. I would read it over and over again >.< But they don't sell them at my school :( I hope other people read it! ^__^
Oct 03, 2008 Olivia rated it did not like it
OMG this book is soooo much better then dare to be scared!
Aug 03, 2010 Christina rated it liked it
Good spooky stories..but if you want short stories, go for Alvin Schwartz's "Scary Stories to Tell In The Dark", or the "Dare To Be Scared" series by Robert San Souci..
Jul 16, 2008 Jazlyn rated it really liked it
Pretty good, not too scary but pretty good.
Rachel Verna
The first story is the best one
Feb 18, 2009 Jucarla marked it as to-read
my school has it but have not got to read it yet cause ever one keeps checking it out the libary be for i get to it
Oct 08, 2010 Cassi rated it it was ok
Ashley Stoltzfus
Sep 19, 2012 Ashley Stoltzfus is currently reading it
Good book to read around Halloween. :)
Oct 01, 2008 Jessi rated it it was amazing
it has been a cool book so far
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Apr 01, 2008 J03 G3R0N!M0 rated it really liked it
I like this book because is terrifying but good
Jul 17, 2012 Tianna rated it it was amazing
it was amazing.... i really liked it. it kept me on the edge of my seat i mean it was a nail biting experience
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Damien Graves, also known as Nick Shadow, is the name credited as the editor of the Midnight Library series.
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