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Ogres of Ohio (American Chillers #2)

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A HIDDEN DOOR...
THAT LEADS TO DISASTER!

Danielle Reed and her family have just moved to Sandusky, Ohio. But there's something about their new home that makes here feel uneasy.
When she finds a boarded-up door in one of the upstairs bedrooms, she wonders why it is there...and where it could possibly lead to. Another room? An attic?
Soon, she finds that the door has been hi
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Paperback, 213 pages
Published September 1st 2002 by Audio Craft Press (first published March 2002)
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Keshaun Harris
Ogres Of Ohio by Jonathan Rand is a interesting and tension rising book. Danielle and her brother Derek move to Sandusky, Ohio and move to this big house that’s not just any house but a house with an door to a magical world.The door leads them to this world with ogres and little creatures who help them.The ogres our trying to get the buckeyes which our these magical orbs, the magical orbs make you invisible and the ogres are trying to get to Sandusky so they can rule the city.The little creature ...more
Josiah
I believe I'm beginning to like these American Chillers. The author's style is rough around the edges and quasi-formed in a multitude of ways, but the plot of Ogres of Ohio is more cohesive and well-planned than the first book of the series, and the twists and turns of the action snap with superior energy. Residents of Ohio may never themselves have run across a monster-toothed, club-wielding ogre as seen on the book's front cover, but that doesn't mean they don't exist, as twelve-year-old Dani ...more
Pj Santantonio
This Book is about a girl named Danielle and her family just moved into a new house and she already knew something was up with this house. She got to pick her room first as she was walking up the stairs their was a light switch she tried to flick it up but the lights were out. As she was walkinhg down the hall way she saw a light in a room and she thought that it was impossible because the windows were all border up. She later than found out that there was a bored up door she took everything off ...more
Mason Bondurant
I read "Ogres of Ohio" by Johnathan Rand and I thought it was a wonderful book! I am totally looking forward to more Johnathan's books. This book had an amazing storyline and was very creative and just filled to the top with imagination. I really loved how there were lots and lots of cliff-hangers.
This book is about two siblings named Derek and Danielle who find a magical door to a whole new world full of magic.Both, Derek and Danielle meet wonderful gnomes that plead for them to help them save
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Sean Friar
Over Januaury i read Ogres Of Ohio by Johnathan Rand. I thought it was a lame book. I didn't like it very much just cause it was very interesting and the setting just seemed like it was kind of rediculous. I thought the setting was dumb because i didn't know exactly were it was if it was in another universe or on another planet or something and there were ogres and i just imagined it funny. The main conflict was that they went through a door and they ended up some where on a weird planet with we ...more
Samantha
This wasn't his best.it did not have anything scary at all.I enjoyed reading it and I cant wait to get the next one.
Dylexa
Aw. I used to love this book as a little kid! Not sure how good it is now, since it's been so long, but I really liked it at some point!

Not sure it's really a horror story though...didn't scare me at all.
Anthony
Pretty scary and very good it is about ogres attacking Ohio and Danielle and her brother have to save the gnomes.
Sherami
Jonathan Rand is probably my favorite childhood horror book author.
Jaden Davis
It wasn't what I thought it would be. But it was pretty good.
Erik Daniel
Nov 07, 2012 Erik Daniel marked it as to-read
your books are the coolest books i read
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soo far its good
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Christopher Wright is the author of dozens of horror fiction books for children and young adults. He writes under the pseudonyms Johnathan Rand and Christopher Knight. Almost all of Wright's books (save American Chillers) take place in his home state of Michigan.
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