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Dark Spaces and Other Stories

2.75  ·  Rating Details ·  4 Ratings  ·  1 Review
Alan Gibbons at his chilling best in this new collection of nerve-jangling stories from one of the UK's leading exponents of children's horror.

Terrifying tales of vampire slayers, vengeful ghosts, rampaging werewolves and demonic computers mean that this book has something for everyone.

With action, excitement, danger and suspense on every page, Dark Spaces will have you gr
Paperback, 121 pages
Published 2008 by Caboodle Books Ltd.

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Very short horror stories that might stick with you... a little too well. Glad I didn't read these in the evening.
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Alan Gibbons is an author of children's books and a Blue Peter Book Award. He currently lives in Liverpool, England, where he used to teach in a primary school. His father was a farm laborer, but was hurt in an accident when Alan was eight years old. The family had to move to Crewe, Cheshire where Alan experienced bullying for the first time. He began to write for his pupils as a teacher, but neve ...more
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