Good wee horror for the young’uns

November 30, 2007
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Slawter, by Darren Shan (HarperCollins, RRP $16.99):

If your kids are like I was growing up and enjoy a good horror,  this is the one for them.

The third book in horror master Darren Shan’s Demonata series, Slawter works just as well as a stand alone story so don’t be put off if you haven’t read the earlier book.

As Grubbs and his uncle try to get on with a normal, demon-free existence, the opportunity to work with a legendary cult director as a consultant for a new horror movie looks like a dream job and a perfect chance to have some fun. However, being on the set of a town called Slawter stirs up more than memories.

Never trust fairy tales, there are no happy endings. There’s always something new around the corner.

Jillian Allison-Aitken

I come from the other land down under, where men are men, and sheep are nervous. I'm a sub-editor and in the past have been a proof-reader, news editor and web editor. I am also an ex-columnist, and book and software reviewer for the local daily newspaper.I still read. A lot. And surf the web. Also a lot.You'll find a little about both of those pastimes here, and on By George.

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2 Responses to Good wee horror for the young’uns

  1. The Wholesale Suppliers on November 1, 2010 at 11:52 am

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  2. Scaffolding Boards on December 13, 2010 at 6:22 pm

    elton john can be only be the best singer and composer that i know. i like the song Candle In The Wind `-~

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