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Sterman walks on the dark side with this classic collection of masterfully creepy stories so horrifying you may have to read them twice to remind yourself they’re not realContents• Foreword Darkness Creeping Twenty Twisted Tales 2007 essay by Neal Shusterman• Catching Cold 2007• Who Do We Appreciate 2007• Soul Survivor 1995• Black Box 1993• Resting Deep 1. This is the book I pick up to give me a kick in the butt be it to read or when I m stuck in a writing slump an

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Darkness Creeping Twenty Twisted Tales

Imagine being trapped forever in someone else’s nightmare with no means of escape Or caught on one of the most terrifying roller coasters of all time when suddenly the tracks ahead just disappear Enter the world of Darkness Creeping where hollow eyed skulls arrive in the mail and nothing is as it seems Boston Globe–Horn Book Award winner and beloved author Neal Shu. I picked this book up on a whim a few months ago because I liked the cover I d never read anything of Shusterma

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993• Security Blanket 1995• Same Time Next Year 1993• The River Tour 2007• Flushie 1993• Monkeys Tonight 1993• Screaming at the Wall 1993• Growing Pains 1995• Alexander's Skull 1993• Connecting Flight 1995• Ralphy Sherman's Root Canal 2007• An Ear for Music 1995• Riding the Raptor 1995• Trash Day 1995• Crystalloid 1995• Shadows of Doubt 19. A nice enjoyable read Nothing to scary but still fun to read

10 thoughts on “Darkness Creeping Twenty Twisted Tales

  1. says:

    The majority of these stories are excellent This edition combines the author’s two original anthologies published in 1993 While some of the stories are decidedly juvenile most have deeper adult undertones that make reading them extremely enjoyable Many also have subtle morals throughout such as the perils of revenge poor decisions and excessive pride that enhance the stories for adults Overall this was a soli

  2. says:

    I picked this book up on a whim a few months ago because I liked the cover I'd never read anything of Shusterman's before though I believe that I have a few or at least one other of his books on my mountain of a to read shelf These stories were interesting There were some that were better than others and some that were really good and impressed me They were all uniue in some way and it was very rare for me to

  3. says:

    Contrary to my expectation this isn’t a horror book yeah well what do you expect from such cover? instead it consists of a collection of bizarre short stories Although the first story didn’t impress me I was hooked by the second story “Who Do We Appreciate?” about a girl who had to referee a strange soccer game between two strange teams of seven years old who definitely are not what they seemed to be Other tales that I like are “

  4. says:

    This is the book I pick up to give me a kick in the butt be it to read or when I'm stuck in a writing slump and need a pick me up This is the book I turn to when I REALLY freaking need it as weird as this sounds this book is comforting I take it always on road trips because if I can't fit ALL of my Neal Shusterman books into my b

  5. says:

    This is a good short story collection for middle grade readers It's not too creepy but has an air of creep about it and none of the stories take all that long to read So it would be a great suggestion for a reluctant reader I also really liked that Shusterman gave a little snippet before each story explaining h

  6. says:

    A very cute compilation of short stories that have a similar theme of twilight zone Perfect for 4th graders and up

  7. says:

    I enjoyed this actually than i thought i would

  8. says:

    A nice enjoyable read Nothing to scary but still fun to read

  9. says:

    Sooo this is for kids? Seriously? This collection of horror stories is for KIDS?Mmm hmm whatever you sayI don't really know how to approach this review On the one hand these stories aren't meant for my age group adults so any criticism seems

  10. says:

    Warning Not horror but the tales are twistedThis was interesting As someone who writes I feel like I learned how to think deeper from reading this Not only were the author notes explaining what inspired Shusterman to write each story added t