The Teacher's Tales of Terror / Traction City

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The Teacher's Tales of Terror (Bloomsbury Children's Books)
Chris Priestley has readers on the edge of their seats in this trio of terrifying stories as a teacher and his pupils share three spine-chilling tales. But, of course, with a very surprising ending that resounds like a slamming door on a quiet night!

Traction City (Scholastic Children's Books)
In a dangerous future world where gigantic, traction-powered cities attack and devour each other, London hunts where no other predator dares. Hidden in its vast superstructure is a murderous creature that severs the right hands of its victims. A rebellious young aviatrix and a secretive scavenger boy are about to come face to face with a robotic Stalker that is terrifyingly out of control.
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Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 111 x 178mm | 100g
  • Bloomsbury / Scholastic Children's Books
  • United Kingdom
  • 0956627692
  • 9780956627698
  • 478,080

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Praise for Chris Priestley:

'Priestley builds the tension expertly, leaving you vulnerable to every creaking floorboard' * New Statesman * Praise for Philip Reeve:

'A hugely talented and versatile author . . . the emotional journeys of his characters are enthralling, never sentimental and always believable' * Daily Telegraph *
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About Chris Priestley

Chris Priestley is not only a brilliant novelist he is also an illustrator. His illustrations have appeared on the cover of his latest novel for Bloomsbury, The Dead of Winter. Chris lives in Cambridge with his family.

Philip Reeve trained as an illustrator and has contributed art to many children's books including Horrible Histories. He has been writing since he was five years old. Mortal Engines was his first published title and launched an internationally bestselling series whose seventh title, Scrivener's Moon, is published in 2011. He lives on Dartmoor.
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160 ratings
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