Tales from Lovecraft Middle School #2: The Slither Sisters

Tales from Lovecraft Middle School #2: The Slither Sisters

Book rating: 05 Hardback Tales from Lovecraft Middle School

By (author) Charles Gilman, By (author) Eugene Smith

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  • Publisher: Quirk Books
  • Format: Hardback | 160 pages
  • Dimensions: 134mm x 182mm x 22mm | 340g
  • Publication date: 15 January 2013
  • Publication City/Country: Philadelphia
  • ISBN 10: 1594745935
  • ISBN 13: 9781594745935
  • Illustrations note: Black and White Spot Illustrations
  • Sales rank: 274,148

Product description

Two-headed monsters, giant tentacles, angry demons - Lovecraft Middle School is great creepy fun! - Ransom Riggs, author of "Miss Peregrine's Home" for Peculiar Children. This second novel in the "Tales from Lovecraft Middle School" series begins right where Professor Gargoyle ended. Seventh-grader Robert Arthur has discovered that two of his classmates are actually sinister snake-women in disguise. Even worse, his new middle school is full of gates to a terrifying alternate dimension - a haunted mansion full of strange spirits and monstrous beasts. For Robert to protect his teachers and classmates, he'll need to return to this haunted dimension with his best friends Glenn and Karina. Can they uncover the secrets of Lovecraft Middle School before it's too late? "The Slither Sisters" features more bizarre beasts, more strange mysteries, and more adventure. It's perfect for readers ages 10 and up. Best of all, the cover features a state-of-the-art morphing photo portrait - so you can personally witness the sisters transforming into their slithering alter egos. You won't believe your eyes!

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Charles Gilman is an alias of Jason Rekulak, an editor who lives in Philadelphia with his wife and children. When he's not dreaming up new tales of Lovecraft Middle School, he's biking along the fetid banks of the Schuylkill River, in search of two-headed rats and other horrific beasts. Eugene Smith has contributed illustrations to a number of Quirk titles, including Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters and The Captain Jack Sparrow Handbook.

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By Kim Heimbuch 09 Jul 2013 5

Reviewed by Avery, age 9
If you like Monster High or Harry Potter, you will really like this book, even if you haven't read the first one. This book is about two sisters who are snake-girls, Robert (who is new to Lovecraft Middle School and will quickly figure out this school isn't anything as it appears and is actually a gateway to another dimension), a mansion that is haunted with ghouls, monsters, and beasts, and it will be his job to help his friends return the dimensions to the right people: his friends.

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"Middle school memories won't be the same once you jump into Charles Gilman's "Tales From Lovecraft Middle School "series."--"Florida Times-Union" "If you like "Monster High" or "Harry Potter," you will really like this book..."--"Sacramento Book Review" ..".fast, fun, and adequately disgusting."--"Booklist" "The lenticular covers alone makes the "Tales From Lovercraft Middle School" books worth buying. But the books are really good, too."--"Super Punch""["Slither Sisters" is] another slightly creepy, often funny read...[that is] worth a look for fans of Spiderwick and the ever-living Goosebumps."--"Kirkus Reviews" ""Tales from Lovecraft Middle School "is perfect for younger paranormal fans and a great way to have a good time that scares you just enough to keep the pages turning."--"BookSlut" "These books are hilarious and gross and charming and bizarre and, basically, totally entertaining."--Ben H. Winters, author "The Mystery of the Everything" and T"he Secret Life of Ms. Finkleman," a Bank Street Best Book of 2011 and an Edgar Award nominee