Anthony Horowitz, lives in London, England.
The Complete Horowitz Horrorby Anthony Horowitz
Welcome to a world where everything seems normal. At least, at first. But the sinister and truly terrifying lurk just beneath the surface. Like a bathtub with a history so haunted, no one dares get in it?or an ordinary-looking camera that does unspeakable things to its/i>
New York Times Bestseller Anthony Horowitz?s horror collections, now in one volume!
Welcome to a world where everything seems normal. At least, at first. But the sinister and truly terrifying lurk just beneath the surface. Like a bathtub with a history so haunted, no one dares get in it?or an ordinary-looking camera that does unspeakable things to its subjects?or an elevator filled with cannibals just waiting for their next victim to walk in?.This wicked collection of eighteen macabre tales combining both Horowitz Horror and More Horowitz Horror will send shivers up your spine.
- Penguin Young Readers Group
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- 5.30(w) x 10.98(h) x 1.15(d)
- Age Range:
- 8 - 12 Years
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The Complete Horowitz Horror by Anthony Horowitz, did not live up to my expectations of a "scary" book. The book wasn't a specific story, it was just a bunch of short stories put together, they were all "horror" stories, even though they weren't scary at all, not even creepy. While I was reading, I did find a couple of stories that had interesting titles, but they weren't interesting at all. Most of the stories, were boring at first, then they gave this part, that I think were suppose to be scary, like finding out that they someone was killed slowly and everything was planned out perfectly. I choose this book, so I could get scared, or get a little rush from being scared, but the book wasn't scary at all, I was very disappointed. I also did not like the fact, that he story was a bunch of short stories. I prefer to read a book that is a long story, that gives more detail & I also like to read series. The book itself wasn't that descriptive. The author really didn't put a ton of descriptive words and language into the book. The best example of descriptive language I could find is, "His blisters were like small erupting volcanoes." The book wasn't very descriptive, and it was in a format that I didn't like, that much, but it was somewhat interesting. So that was my book, The Complete Horowitz Horror by Anthony Horowitz. Although it did, disappoint me, I did find that it was interesting, a little bit. The book wasn't very descriptive, in figurative language, that didn't help the book much. Finally, the last part was that I did like and got a little bit scared out by the hidden message in the final story of the book. I think that if you want to find out that message, you should buy the book, but I don't recommend this book, or that you shouldn't buy it.