The Slither Sisters (Tales from Lovecraft Middle School #2)



Download The Slither Sisters Tales From Lovecraft Middle School 2 Author Charles Gilman Undercostruction.eu 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 Bizarre Beasts, Strange Mysteries, And 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 EyesThe Slither Sisters (Tales from Lovecraft Middle School #2)

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  • Hardcover
  • 160 pages
  • The Slither Sisters (Tales from Lovecraft Middle School #2)
  • Charles Gilman
  • English
  • 11 November 2018
  • 1594745935

10 thoughts on “The Slither Sisters (Tales from Lovecraft Middle School #2)

  1. says:

    Book Info Genre Urban FantasyReading Level Middle Grade 10 on up Recommended for fans of MG adventure series with Lovecraftian overtones.Trigger Warnings SnakesDisclosure I bought this book for myself because I so enjoyed Professor Gargoyle, the first book in the series All opinions are my own.Synopsis 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 Book Info Genre Urban FantasyRead...

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    Segundo libro en la serie de Misterios del Instituto Lovecraft , y estas historias cada vez se ponen mejores En esta ocasi n, qued gratamente sorprendida por el final, fue algo que sin duda no esperaba El libro se lee incre blemente r pido, aparte de ser muy divertido, la historia tiene una cantidad importante de referencias al mundo lovecraftiano como ya lo sugiere el nombre de estos libros , cosa que a mi me fascina Tuve la ...

  3. says:

    Well I finished book one and two today I really like this series I kind of wish the book was a lttle bigger It is a children s book so I am happy that it is short and sweet This book has filled in some of the parts of the fourth book talked about Well if I did not read the fourth book first I would not of know some of the stuff that h...

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    Segundo libro de los misterios del Instituto Lovecraft, me encant Igual de entretenido que su primer tomo El Profesor G rgola me encanta la fluidez de la historia, los personajes y el argumento de este volumen, donde continuaremos con las aventuras de Robert, Glenn y Karina dentro del Instituto, quienes deber n enfrentarse a unas protagonistas muy peculiares, las mellizas viperinas y pasar por un sin ...

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    Haunted mansions, sneaky mind controlled children, demons and crazy professors, the Tales from Lovecraft Middle School series has it all In the second book, The Slither Sisters, there are appearinggates into another dimension where monsters lurk, and it s up to Robert and his friends to save the town When reading the first book in the series, Professor Gargoyle, I was entertained but not very thrilled In The Slither Sisters the action picks up immediately, making it a muchsatisfyi Haunted mansions, sneaky mind controlled children, demons and crazy professors, the Tales from Lovecraft Middle School series has it all In the second book, The Slither Sisters, there are appearinggates into another dimension where monsters lurk, and it s up to Robert and his friends to save the town When reading the first book in the series, Professor Gargoyle, I was entertained but not very thrilled In The Slither Sisters the action picks up immediately, making it a muchsatisfying read than its predecessor It has a lot of adventure, jumping through gates, the heroes finding themselves in sticky situations.I liked that in The Slither Sisters the bad guys got a bitbackground I prefer my villains to be just a bitof a dark grey than a stark black It was nice to see the crazy professor from the view of someone very close to him can you tell I m ...

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    Full review to come

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The Good Stuff Fast paced storyline would keep even the most reluctant reader engaged and not wanting to put book down Twisted and funny Alot of Whedon type humour Kids act like kids their age should well except for the paranormal stuff Many of the adult characters are realistic and not idiots yes I know its a pet peeve Really how many of us at one time didn t think their teachers were evil I m still pretty sure Mr Turcok was Robert is a likeable character and many will understand his The Good Stuff Fast paced storyline would keep even the most reluctant reader engaged and not wanting to put book down Twisted and funny Alot of Whedon type humour Kids act like kids their age should well except for the paranormal stuff Many of the adult characters are realistic and not idiots yes I know its a pet peeve Really how many of us at one time didn t think their teachers were evil I m still pretty sure Mr Turcok was Robert is a likeable character and many will understand his predicament lots of changes when you go to a new school and don t know anyone Also growing up is hard I m sorry even if this series sucked I would pick them up for the cover alone my preschooler plays with them for hours In Slither Sisters mentioned a little in Professor Gargoyle there is a fantastic Librarian character Ok they made her old and a tad frumpy, but she still is an awe...

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    I didn t realize last time I read this that one of the main characters is named Robert Arthur Incredibly cool nod to a great author who roped me into YA horror with the Three Investigators Also, I can t help but think that the titular sisters whose names are Sarah and Sylvia and always mentioned in that order are a nod to Shel Silverstein another YA author who leans to horror often and his Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout who would not take the garbage out Additionally, the Mythos namechecking I didn t realize last time I read this that one of the main characters is named Robert Arthur Incredibly cool nod to a great author who roped me into YA horror with the Three Investigators Also, I can t help ...

  9. says:

    Everyone knows middle school is hell This is especially true at Lovecraft Middle School, where the usual bullies, popular cliques, and daily humiliations have added extra monsters and gates to the netherworldsFor such a short book, the plot is nicely twisty, and the writing is light and humorous, albeit with some definite creepy moments I must admit, the ending had a surprise for me It s a good set up for 3, but also allows this one to have a solid ending, not stop on a cliff hanger.If you k Everyone knows middle school is hell This is especially true at Lovecraft Middle School, where the usual bullies, popular cliques, and daily humiliations have added extra monsters and gates to the netherworldsFor such a short book, the plot is nicely twisty, and the writing is light and humorous, albeit with some definite creepy moments I must admit, the ending had a surprise for me It s a good s...

  10. says:

    I received the book for free through Goodreads First Reads.I haven t read the first in the series, but am looking forward to reviewing this book before I let my 13 and 9 year olds read it Thank you First Reads.My 13 year old son f...

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