Date: 2017-06-19 07:15
You know those people on Facebook, that you don’t even know, that try to add you? Well, let’s just say, I’m one of those people. It all started about a year ago. I can’t really remember, a lot of things have happened since then. Well, let’s just start at the beginning.
I never really had any intention to join Facebook. I was a loner, I didn’t have any friends. I didn’t want to further humiliate myself by letting the whole world know how much of a loser I was. But after hear.
But as the stories unfold, a newer and more surprising narrative emerges, one that is perhaps the most frightening of all.
Uncle Montague's Tales of Terror, it transpires, are not so much works of imagination as dreadful lurking memories. Memories of an earlier time in which Uncle Montague lived a very different life to his present solitary existence.
Sup guys? Here s a creepy story for ya ll, aren t I nice? ) x
Out of this comes a killer kick though. Uncle Montgomery is a failed school teacher whose penance is to tell the stories of the forgotten and the damned. What looks like a set of plain tales becomes a devilish set of club stories. A hollow becomes apparent: the adult world has failed these children and it is its penance to retell its misfortune.
This book is about a boy whose Uncle tells him lots of stories as they sit by the fire. One night his Uncle tells him some very scary stories, but the boy doesn’t seem to be very scared of the stories which he says are unreal. He is, however, scared about getting home. I was actually really scared by these tales about demons and the dead and many more things. It kept me wanting to read and find out what would happen next.
Hello there, guys! Hope you enjoy this creepy story. Like Pokemon? You won t be so fond of it after this! xD http:///watch?v=b8ii8E9mxU5
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CHRIS PRIESTLEY's novels are inspired by the long-loved tradition of horror stories by authors such as Edgar Allan Poe and Mary Shelley.
I thought this book wasn 8767 t as good as I thought because I don 8767 t really like short storie. If the book had been one big book and not separated into shorter books I might have enjoyed it a bit more.