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  • Title: Somebody Come And Play
  • Author: Clare McNally
  • ISBN: 9780552130332
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Paperback

  • Come to the house The Hollenbeck house was a place of tragedy Two children disappeared, an old woman committed suicide Cassie s mother told her never to go near the abandoned hulk, but her new friend Nicole knew a secret way into the ruin Come and play Nicole led Cassie, Diane and Lisa to a hidden toyroom filled with every plaything a little girl could desire The gi Come to the house The Hollenbeck house was a place of tragedy Two children disappeared, an old woman committed suicide Cassie s mother told her never to go near the abandoned hulk, but her new friend Nicole knew a secret way into the ruin Come and play Nicole led Cassie, Diane and Lisa to a hidden toyroom filled with every plaything a little girl could desire The girls vowed to meet there in secret and tell no one of their adventures in the forbidden house Come and die Their adventures soon turned deadly Lisa was killed Diane nearly drowned Cassie began to be frightened of Nicole, a strange child no adult had ever seen, a girl determined to be Cassie s only friend a child snatched out of time and bent on revenge
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    Commentaires:

    Sandra
    When her dog snatches her science project and runs away with it ten-year-old Cassie Larchmont follows her dog to an old Victorian mansion near the lake (Hollenbeck House). Her mother has told her to stay away from that house. (It is said that a crazy old woman, Myrtle, lives there and murdered her two children long ago and no one ever found their bodies.) When Cassie catches up with her dog an old lady (Myrtle) comes out of the mansion and mistakes Cassie for someone called Ellen and starts comi [...]

    Rebecca McNutt
    This is one of the best of these old-school horror paperbacks that I've read in a long time, stepping out of the norm and providing more than just easy suspense.

    Andrea
    All I can say is that the author does know how to build the story, and dang it it has some spooky parts, it was hard for me to put the book down! haha.

    Olivia "Don't Blame Me I Voted for Hillary"
    This was marvelously weird as good horror novels are. It's mainly about 10-year-old Cassie, her mother Carolyn, and the detective Robert. Carolyn has prohibited Cassie from going across the lake to this old mansion whose owner has hung herself. She says the house is evil and should be torn down. Cassie and her friends, however, meet a strange girl named Nicole and visit the house where there's a room full of toys. And that's only the beginning.

    Jeanine
    Creepy child ghost, eerie story, quick read. Very good story.

    Kiersta Barnes
    My best friend I had in elementary school reread this book so many times that my mother took it away from us. Back then we found the book terrifying, but upon rereading it I can't imagine why. I suppose many little girls would be frightened of friends turning on them and a room full of so many amazing toys being evil!

    Kilgallen
    A pretty decent ghost story. It was written in the eighties and there are a few pop culture refrences that date the story line a bit. I also had a few questions about the dialogue that was being used. The main characters are 10 year old children but they often "sound" like adults in their speech patterns. Also a bit of an information dump/ hurried ending.

    Kat Evans Hernandez
    this is a chiller!!! I think the fact that it's children makes it all the more suspenseful!!!

    Shannon Jensen
    Do not read this book at night. I have tried and it creeps me out!

    Emily Newby
    Creepy. Scary. Tense.

    Nicole
    This book is definitely a page turner the only thing I didn't like about it was the ending it all came to a close a little to quick but it was a very creepy concept!!

    Helena
    I read this when I was 12, my mother had a tendency to pick these horror fiction books up at the grocery store. If you're into 80's horror-fiction, this is a nice find. It was so creepy in fact, that I never forgot it. It's right up there with the V.C. Andrews type of style absent the anthology. If you're a young girl who enjoys thriller or horror novels, this is great because it's written in the style and vernacular that a teen can understand. Very basic, but very spooky! One of my faves as a k [...]

    Shannon Flynn
    One of my favorites. Genuinely scary and it taught me about orphan trains.

    Stuart
    Read this quite some years ago now.A decent ghost story although probably showing its age now. Easy read that would probably appeal more to people in their teens.

    Heather
    This just popped into my head today. I used to have this book and read it many many many times as a pre-teen. From what I remember it was scary and mysterious that kept me at the edge of my seat.

    Rachel Concklin
    creepy and grate what a good read

    MollyK
    I have literally had this book on my shelf since at least 1989 and finally got around to reading it. Always a lot of action an mayhem in her books. Does read a bit dated though.

    Dr. Awesome
    this book was totally captivating. I read the whole thing all in one sitting. A genuinely scary and disturbing story, filled with suspense and unexpected plot twists. Worth checking out.

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