Uncle Montague's Tales of Terror
Bloomsbury Publishing USA, Sep 18, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 238 pages
This spine-tingling, thrill-packed novel has more than enough fear-factor for the most ardent fan of scary stories. Uncle Montague lives alone in a big house, but regular visits from his nephew, Edward, give him the opportunity to recount some of the most frightening stories he knows. As each tale unfolds, it becomes clear that something sinister is in the air. From the account of a curious boy who intrudes on Old Mother Tallow's garden to a shy girl's ghostly encounter during an innocent game of hide and seek, a pattern emerges of young lives gone awry in the most terrifying of ways. Young Edward begins to wonder just how Uncle Montague knows all these ghastly tales, and ultimately discovers that his mysterious uncle's life has a darker side than he ever imagined. This cleverly wrought collection of stories-within-a-story by Chris Priestly is perfectly matched in darkly witty illustrations by David Roberts.
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Review: Uncle Montague's Tales of Terror. Chris Priestley (Tales of Terror)User Review - Jesse Owen - Goodreads
This book was a double first for me, the first book of short stories that I've read (since I was very young) and the first time I've read a book of spooky stories. And I have to say that I really ... Read full review