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Crawlers by Sam Enthoven

Crawlers (edition 2010)

by Sam Enthoven

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Authors:Sam Enthoven
Info:Corgi Childrens (2010), Paperback, 272 pages
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Crawlers by Sam Enthoven



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This book reads as though it is written for young adults, but I would recommend saving it for the older teens in your life. This book would definitely be too scary for the young'uns. This is a classic alien mind control type story, typical for young adult novels, it is so much better written than most. You will experience thrills from beginning to end. And what an ending - very creepy! I recommend this book to anybody over the age of sixteen. ( )
  seldombites | Feb 11, 2012 |
Schlock Horror! With it's revolting cover, this is one of the more popular books in my school library. The story is your classic zombies attack scenario - group at a large theatre are taken over by a parasitic queen and her drones that attach themselves to the back of your neck and tap into your spinal cord with their probes to do the queen's bidding. A group of school kids escape and barricade themselves in the security camera control room, but perhaps one of their number is actually infected and they don't know.
  nicsreads | Feb 12, 2011 |
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Ben is on a school trip. So is Jasmine. What they don't know is that not everybody in the theatre is there to watch the play and, in fact, they'll never get to see it . . . There is panic at the Barbican when the fire alarms start wailing, but the strangely silent theatre staff, trap them inside the building rather than letting them out to safety.… (more)

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