By Vivian Vande Velde
A boy is trapped in a possessed motor vehicle that has stalled within the direction of an oncoming teach. a woman is dragged right into a crypt in the course of a box journey to an eighteenth-century cemetery. A team of associates meet their destiny after an unsettling stopover at with a backwoods psychic. and that is simply the beginning. Celebrated author Vivian Vande Velde is at her spine-tingling top during this number of 13 frightening tales, all of which happen on Halloween evening. With stories that diversity from the stressful to the downright grotesque, this is often one assortment that youngsters may want to learn with the lighting on . . . and the doorways locked.
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She had used his hitting those speed bumps to make him think he'd jostled something loose in his dashboard. So now, her task on Earth was finished. Except... It had been kind of fun pretending to be a GPS. Maybe, she thought, she'd find another bad teenage driver. Or two. Or three. Morgan Roehmar's Boys Ashley rearranged the dead bodies, because there's nothing worse than a messy dead body. Witches, people could recognize by the cackling laughter; werewolves growled and lunged; and vampires swooped.
But even as she backed away she noticed things. Like that he was not a man, but a boy about her age, or at the most a year or two older. Which, of course, did not make him any less dangerous. Despite the light from the flashlight shining in her eyes, she could see him clearly enough to make out that his hair was dry, not dripping in his face as it would have to be in this downpour. Then lightning flashed, not that close, but visible through the gap between the barn doors, enough to illuminate where the boy stood.
Let me guess what you need. You're such a pretty young thing, with skin so soft and smooth, and your hair thick and dark, and your eyes clear, and your limbs firm and strong, and you even have all your teeth. Lucky, lucky you. Granny misses her teeth. What could a girl like you possibly need? What keeps you from being happy? Is there sickness in your family? No, no, don't answer: Granny is guessing. And Granny would have guessed, even before you shook your head, that you don't have the look of someone dealing with that particular sorrow.