Scary Stories for Stormy Nights

Scary Stories for Stormy Nights A collection of frightening tales and haunting illustrations

  • Title: Scary Stories for Stormy Nights
  • Author: R.C. Welch
  • ISBN: 9781565652620
  • Page: 100
  • Format: Paperback
  • A collection of frightening tales and haunting illustrations.

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      Published :2019-07-12T13:35:10+00:00

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    536 thoughts on “Scary Stories for Stormy Nights”

    1. Scary Stories For Stormy Nights has some really imaginative concepts and ideas in its pages, but I think its juvenile style holds it back from really making a profound impact. Younger readers will probably get a lot more out of it.


    2. I actually found myself enjoying this book even though it was aimed more at children then adults. In the end it was more adult then the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark books and the stories were more in depth and more fulfilling. They were longer and actually "scary" (well for kids). They included death and a little gore. It was definitely a better read then the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark books (which I LOVED as a child, but not as an adult). 3.5/5 stars from me. For a more in-depth rev [...]


    3. My mom & dad bought me this book when my friend from far away came down for a visit so we stayed up till 11:00 reading each other stories from this book! It was really fun! :) it wasn’t stormy though:)


    4. Almost every single story in this (even the Wicker Man ripoff) is very creepy with a good dash of terror and morbidity. The illustrations come on just the right page and adds the exact horrific idea you need to get the chills. Some of the best kid horror I've read.



    5. Quite a fun collection of stories, including some sketches to compliment the tales. Most of the stories are well written, snappy and quick to get into the plot. However, they all end pretty much the same. Sorry for the spoilers, but in every story the central character dies. Sometimes we're told that the central character has some serious flaw and is almost being punished. Sometimes there's nothing obvious other than wrong place, wrong time. This kind of ruins the stories as you soon realise tha [...]


    6. This was a good book too I really liked it but I thought it would be just one story but it had like 10 stories in it just about killing,the story I liked the best was the first one because it was kinda like twilight newmoon.



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