Aimee, Emily and Lauren:
We all love the tales of terror books; they are brilliant fun to read. We highly recommend these books to young teenagers and older readers. With its spooky, yet humorous characters and settings it's a great book to share with your friends and family. Our favourite stories from the book are the little people, Gerald and the tunnels mouth. We all found it very entertaining and would love to see more books like this.
A fantastic book with spine chilling thriller stories. Like the rest of the books in the series, this book has fantastic horror stories like the crack in the wall. In which there is a crack in the wall and it doesn't fill up whatever the people do, but has a secret even dangerous.
Hope you like the book.
Christina & Emily
We have recently read tales of terror from the tunnels mouth in class and we think that... We liked tales of terror from the tunnels mouth because in some ways it was gory and in some ways it was scary. Our favourites were Gerald and the Glasshouse,
because the Puppet Master was very scary and would cut off a persons hair and make a puppet just like them.
Kai and Camilo
We have read this book in class it's a great book but you have to read it at night to find it scary our favourite and scariest ones are the island, Gerald, the glass house,
Sister veronica, the croatch stone and the whispering boy. We will give it a 7.5 out of 10 it has some lovely blood and gore but it could do with a bit more and a marvellous ending and is suitable for children raging from 5 to 14 years old.
I have recently read tales of terror from the tunnels mouth and I loved it. I like the story that brings every thing together about the boy on the train. Although I didn't find it very scary I thought it was very entertaining. My favourite was the little people and if I had to say my scariest it would be Gerald.
We have just finished the book Tales of Terror from the Tunnel's mouth in class - and believe me, it's fantastic. I enjoyed Gerald, A Crack in the Wall, The Whispering Boy and The Little People. I would highly recommend that you should buy this book, as some of the stories will chill you to the bone. With evil fairies to imaginative friends, this book has it all.
It all starts when this boy is heading to London on a train, but stranger things happen on the way. As he is told many stories on the journey, it all becomes clear what is going on...
By reading this book some of the stories sent shivers down my spine. I recommend this book to anyone who loves blood. I mostly enjoyed the story Gerald. Gerald is story of something scuttling around your room; the image in my head just sends me crawling. Maybe you can get some chills off of this. It's a defiant yes for reading, this is a must read.
Vedika, Venancia, Libby, Janice.
We all have read this book and we have all enjoyed it. The stories have been brilliantly written. All of the chapters sent shivers down our spines. This book is appropriate to all children accept the children that are nervous disposition. Chris Priestley described the chapters well and the cover makes you want to get your head in the book.