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by Steve Burt

Download Even Odder: More Stories to Chill the Heart ePub
  • ISBN 0974140708
  • ISBN13 978-0974140704
  • Language English
  • Author Steve Burt
  • Publisher Burt Creations (January 15, 2003)
  • Pages 144
  • Formats azw lrf mbr txt
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Science Fiction and Fantasy
  • Size ePub 1815 kb
  • Size Fb2 1649 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 687

15 Chillers for Classrooms, Campfires & Car Trips. Sequel to Odd Lot: Stories to Chill the Heart, which won the Benjamin Franklin Award (silver) for Best Mystery/Suspense Book, the ForeWord Award Honorable Mention for Best Horror, Writer's Digest's Honorable Mention for Best Genre Fiction, and had 6 of 9 stories named Honorable Mention in Year's Best Fantasy & Horror. The author is also a double Ray Bradbury award-winner. Ray Bradbury award-winner Steve Burt, who scares listeners nationally through 100 radio readings every October, serves up 15 more of his creepy originals for people who want to read aloud to a group or gasp alone under the covers.

15 Chillers for Classrooms, Campfires & Car Trips  . Sequel to Odd Lot: Stories to Chill the Heart, which won the Benjamin Franklin Award (silver) for Best Mystery/Suspense Book, the ForeWord Award Honorable Mention for Best Horror, Writer's Digest's Honorable Mention for Best Genre Fiction, and had 6 of 9 stories named Honorable Mention in Year's Best Fantasy & Horr 15 Chillers for Classrooms, Campfires & Car Trips.

Sequel to Odd Lot: Stories to Chill the Heart (Ben Franklin Award silver for Best Mystery/Suspense Book) and . Steve Burt's 2019 gargoyle novel, The Bookseller's Daughter, has won the NY Book Festival Grand Prize and the gold Mom's Choice Award.

Sequel to Odd Lot: Stories to Chill the Heart (Ben Franklin Award silver for Best Mystery/Suspense Book) and Even Odder: More Stories to Chill the Heart (Nominee/Finalist for Bram Stoker Award for Young Readers). The author is also a triple Ray Bradbury award-winner. Third in a series by well-known school-author-visi More Creepers for Classrooms, Campfires & Car Trips.

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From America's horror author for young adults (9-18). 4th in Stories to Chill the Heart series. Oddest Yet won horror's highest prize, the 2004 Bram Stoker Award (tie with Clive Barker's Abarat), Even Odder was 2003 Bram Stoker Nominee (runner-up to JK Rowling's Harry Potter), Odd Lot won silver Ben Franklin for . nse and ForeWord's Honorable Mention for Best Horror Book 2001. Popular school author-visitor.

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Cetnan
I downloaded and read the whole series by Steve Burr. They are very bone-chilling, yet with a minimum of gore and violence. I hope there will be a Odd #6
SiIеnt
This book is apparently for the "young adult" crowd. It was not at all scary or chilling to my heart and was much too young for me.
Kagrel
My son and I recently met the author at a book signing, and he recommended this book to my son as being for his age group (10 years old). He assured me that there was no blood/gore in the book, and as he is a former minister, I bought the book. My son was upset to see that the characters often said "hell" and "damn" (two words he knows he is not allowed to use) as well as taking the Lord's name in vain, and stories set in bars. My son was uncomfortable reading the book, and refused to finish it. I am disappointed that the author felt he had to resort to this type of language in a children's book, and I will not be buying anything else by him. I guess a book written by a minister is still not a guarantee that the book is appropriate for children. Too bad.
Cordanius
No wonder this collection of 13 stories is such a hit with teens and was the runnerup to Harry Potter for the 2003 Bram Stoker Award (horror's highest). These are Twilight Zone type tales that really tweak the imaginations of teens and adults. This is the ame author whose "Oddest Yet" went on to actually beat Dean Koontz and tie Clive Barker to win the Bram Stoker the next year. And now he's got a fantastic series of thrillers out, FreeKs: Psychic Teens with Paranormal Powers, the first book being FreeK Camp, the second in the works being FreeK Accident. Naturals for movies. Some of these short stories have been used by middle-school teachers for read-aloud for years. Some funny, some ironic, some weird, some scary. Religious home-schoolers may want to damn these, but they're the types of weird tales kids love.
Tetaian
Holy crumb, Steve Burt is a great writer!
I know these are horror stories for teens, but I'm a grownup, or so they say, and I can't put this book down!!!
Jay
Wow! This is what horror should read like. No gore or maiming, just pure it could happen to you if the conditions were right stories. Each one as entertaining as the one before and after it. Well developed characters and story lines. The plots weren't boring or poorly explained and executed.
These were very entertaining stories, so much so that I read the book a second time and was still entertained. I will be buying the first book and will be on the look out for others. I am a Steve Burt fan!