Book Reviews of Death Walks Tonight: Horrifying Stories

Death Walks Tonight: Horrifying Stories
Death Walks Tonight Horrifying Stories
Author: Anthony Horowitz (Compiler)
ISBN-13: 9780140381849
ISBN-10: 0140381848
Publication Date: 8/1/1996
Pages: 160
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.

3.3 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Puffin Books
Book Type: Paperback
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A short anthology of horror stories aimed at the YA reader.
# Secret Terror Pete Johnson
# 25 Battleground Stephen King
# 43 The Vacancy Robert Westall
# 57 The Twitch Guy de Maupassant; trans. by Anthony Horowitz
# 65 Freebies [Call-Back] Laurence Staig
# 79 Man from the South [Collectors Item] Roald Dahl
# 97 The Werewolf Mask Kenneth Ireland
# 111 Eels John Gordon
# 125 Jonathan Harkers Journal from Dracula [Dracula] Bram Stoker
# 131 Bath Night Anthony Horowitz

Some not-so-bad stuff, some pretty good stuff, some quite forgettable stuff. My biggest question is: why bother putting together an anthology and make it so short? I guess they think younger people will be intimidated by "big" books?
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Scary stories from the following authors:
Pete Johnson, Stephen King, Robert Westall, Guy De Maupassant, Laurence Staig, Roald Dahl, Kenneth Ireland, John Gordon, Bram Stoker, Anthony Horowitz.
reviewed Death Walks Tonight: Horrifying Stories on + 64 more book reviews
"Be afraid. Be VERY afraid. This collection of terrifying stories peels back the skin of daily life, exposing the horror underneath. Meet the boy who buys a werewolf mask for Halloween, only to meet a real werewolf; a bathtub that transforms its owners into ax murderers; an after-school job where you pay...with your life. Incoluding the classic Dracula and stories by Stephen King and Robert Westall, here is a book you'll never be able to forget--no matter how hard you try."