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The author of the book: Q.L. Pearce
ISBN: 0843137460
ISBN 13: 9780843137460
Language: English
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Edition: Price Stern Sloan
Date of issue: August 25th 1994

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This volume makes up for the lackluster delivery of the previous one, Still More, and has a number of memorably spooky tales. It still doesn't live up to Pearce's first outing as the series' author, but it's still a lot of fun.

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The Tune of Terror has a classic campfire tale vibe, centered on a boy who plays with a flute made out of the arm bone of an executed horse thief, who returns from the grave to reclaim it. Each time he plays the flute, it draws the dead man to the sound. Pretty unnerving, and would feel right at home in Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, which had a lot of similar, if much shorter stories.

Feast of the Hungry Ghosts is a decent one about a couple of Chinese-American kids who scoff at the ghostly legends of their ancestors...and quickly regret it.

Camp Colby was a pretty creepy one about dead miners who will do anything to feel alive again. The illustration is creepy as hell, too -- one of Dwight Beens best drawings in the series.

The Pact isn't too terribly scary, but it is kind of touching.

Danger Island is one of those stories that isn't necessarily good, but burns itself into your memory anyway. I mentioned it in my review of the first volume: three friends visit the island of a scientist who was developing giant plants, but his carnivorous specimens got way out of hand. The kids try to flee the island and are gruesomely devoured one by one.
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While still not the best entry in the series, it's a definite must-have. Even if the stories didn't necessarily keep me awake at night, I still remember them fondly.


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Ebook Even more scary stories for sleep-overs read Online! Best selling author and expert on all things that go bump in the night, Q. L. Pearce began her career as a writer and editor in 1985 with Lowell House / Roxbury Press in Los Angeles. She has since written more than one hundred and twenty books for children, including eight collections of scary stories for middle grade and film tie-in books for the Fox animated film Titan AE and the Universal animated series Land Before Time. Q believes strongly in the value of scary books for young readers. When asked what credentials she has which qualify her as an expert in this area she replies, "I was a child once. That was very scary."



Reviews of the Even more scary stories for sleep-overs


THEO

From disgust to delight!

ZACHARY

Poignant book.

LILLY

Why do I need to drive a phone number?

IBRAHIM

After this book, I look at the world with different eyes!

JESSICA

I never liked the book.




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