Nightmares! (Nightmares! Series #1)

Nightmares! (Nightmares! Series #1)

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Nightmares! 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was quite imaginative! I gave it four stars, however, for having at least one word I wouldn't want to read aloud. I think kids will like this series though. I disagree with the other reviewers that said it was slow to start. It's actually the opposite-- you get placed in the action right away! Charlie can't sleep because he's convinced his nightmares are deadly, and he thinks his stepmother's a witch, that's the very beginning! And it gets scarier and scarier as it goes along, with more and more people in danger. I love the message that we can learn from our nightmares.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just started reading this but so far I'm loving it! Must Read!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thought it was a really fun read. It's more for kids that are a little older I would assume. But being an adult, and reading it, I thought it was very entertaining and was written very well. Looking forward to the next installment!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is really good. Hope they come out with asecond
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Kol res 2!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Padded out from the shadows. She sat down and watched them silently.
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Hello?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
U dont rp the actual bloodmoon right? The one who ded ages ago?))) "The time is near..." he whispered.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
They practiced battle moves
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An amazing and fun way to pass time Charlie Lairds’ life was normal until his mom died and his dad remarried and they had to move away from their old home. Charlie starts to have nightmares ever since his dad remarried. There is a witch that is trying to eat him and other people. Now charlie has to fight his way through sleepless nights to save the day. I found this book fun to read and I couldn’t stop turning the pages to read more. In my opinion anyone can read this book and not get tired of it. This book all in all was one of the best books I have ever read.
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Laine-librariancanreadtoo More than 1 year ago
Nightmares is something everyone has had. Whether you are young or old, you once had a nightmare that you just couldn't shake off. Sometimes it's just the one nightmare, sometimes it's a trilogy. Sometimes, however, it stays with you for days, weeks, even months. You are either falling into a dark abyss; a clown is chasing you; failing a test that is coming up. But the main thing to remember is that these are just nightmares.....they only occur during the night, during sleep. Once you wake up, those nightmares are gone. Or so Charlie Laird believed so. Charlie believed like everyone else, that nightmares aren't real, and that they only occur during sleep time. That is until he started having the same dream over and over again ever since moving into the purple mansion which he believes have caused the nightmares to escalate. Of course everyone assures him that the nightmares aren't real. That is until a nightmare started walking around town....in broad daylight!!!! Charlie and his friends found something very unusual in the Purple Mansion.....a gateway into the Netherworld....a gateway into Nightmares. Every nightmare Charlie's town has ever had or has now, Charlie and his friends are walking in them. Trying to figure out how a Nightmare got through the gateway and into Reality while also trying to figure out how to get out of the nightmares that seem to have plagued the town. How can you get out of your nightmare when your nightmare won't let go of you? How do you win in a Nightmare? Jason Segel shows you how with the help of Charlie and his friends. A wonderful, helpful story for kids and yes even adults who have terrible Nightmare that they just can't shake off.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Characteristics: •weird •afriad 24/7 (I don'blame him) •determined (to get out of his nightmare) •[he's a] creepazoid •interesting *Weirdest part of the book: when Charlie is AWAKE, and gets caught in his and other children's nightmares
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So unless into children fiction skip and just read blurb
JMTJTC More than 1 year ago
"That’s how fear grows. When you keep it locked inside and never let it out, it starts to eat you alive.” Genre: Children’s Paranormal Mystery Number of Pages: 368 Perspective: Third Nightmares! is the story of Charlie, a boy who thinks his new stepmother is a witch. He is tormented by nightmares and soon his brother gets kidnapped and dragged into the nightmare world. Charlie and his friends rush to try to bring him back before it’s too late. I got this book from an old professor about a year back. I added it to my pile without really thinking about it. Then a few months ago I saw an advertisement for Jason Segel’s new book—yes, the actor who shows his junk in the movie Forgetting Sarah Marshall and starred in How I Met Your Mother. So imagine my surprise when I found out he wrote a children’s book. And I already had the book. So I made it a priority to actually read this book. It actually wasn’t bad—but I have to note that he did have a co-writer, as many actors-turned-writers do. I do really appreciate that this has a boy main character and is aimed towards middle aged kids. By that point, unfortunately, many boys are no longer interested in reading, and there doesn’t seem to be many books out there that both boys and girls can enjoy equally. So, this is a really great contribution to children’s literature. It’s not the best children’s book I’ve ever read, but I think a lot of kids/pre-teens would really enjoy it. To read the rest of my review, go here: http://judgingmorethanjustthecover.blogspot.com/2015/10/nightmares-jason-segel.html
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Purchased this for my son and ended up reading it myself. Truly felt for the character Charlie and cheered when he overcame his true fear. Will be purchasing the second book, can't wait to read it as well!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It is soooooooooooooooooooooooooo good :)
DebDavis More than 1 year ago
My grandson shared this book with me and I must say I truly enjoyed it. It is well written and entertaining even for this Nana!
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A young wolf pads in and shifts to a young human female with bright blue eyes and blond hair
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Everyone has a fear, mine is giant tarantulas ,five nights at freddy's and the dark one ...what is your fear? Post below P.s The dark one is from a awesome book called chosen by ted dekker read the book it is awesome dudes. WE WILL MEET AGAIN READER KEEP READING SO YOU CA BE A HERO ...see you soon