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Uncle Montague"s Tales of Terror

Uncle Montague"s Tales of Terror

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Published by Bloomsbury Publishing in London .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatE-book
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24283588M
ISBN 109781408806517

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This book is an anthology of ghost stories and cautionary tales, all told by the mysterious Uncle Montague to a rather dimwitted nephew, Edgar. Most leave you with a crooked smile after finishing. Uncle Montague's home is filled with odd collectibles.

An old brass telescope. A gilt frame. A small Indian ink drawing that may or may not by: 1. This book is an anthology of ghost stories and cautionary tales, all told by the mysterious Uncle Montague to a rather dimwitted nephew, Edgar.

Most leave you with a crooked smile after finishing. Uncle Montague's home is filled with odd collectibles. An old brass telescope. A gilt frame. A small Indian ink drawing that may or may not move/5(47). Christopher Priestley's Uncle Montague's Tales of Terror is the kind of book that begs to be read aloud, with a British accent, and in the dark of night sitting next to a 4/5.

This book is an anthology of ghost stories and cautionary tales, all told by the mysterious Uncle Montague to a rather dimwitted nephew, Edgar. Most leave you with a crooked smile after finishing.

Uncle Montague's home is filled with odd collectibles. An old brass telescope. A gilt frame. A small Indian ink drawing that may or may not move/5(46). This spine-tingling novel has more than enough fear factor for the most ardent fan of scary stories. Uncle Montague lives alone in a big house, but regular visits from his nephew, Edgar, give him the opportunity to recount some of the frightening stories he knows.

Book Overview. This spine-tingling, thrill-packed novel has more than enough fear-factor for the most ardent fan of scary stories. Uncle Montague lives alone in a big house, but regular visits from his nephew, Edward, give him the opportunity to recount some of Cited by: 1.

Chris Priestley has 45 books on Goodreads with ratings. Chris Priestley’s most popular book is Uncle Montague's Tales of Terror (Tales of Terror, #1).

Uncle Montague's Tales Of - Free download Ebook, Handbook, Textbook, User Guide PDF files on the internet quickly and easily. Uncle Montague’s tales of terror, it transpires, are not so much works of imagination as dreadful, lurking memories.

Memories of an earlier time in which Uncle Montague lived a very different life to his present solitary existence. Contains new bonus story. Uncle Montague's tales of terror, it transpires, are not so much works of imagination as dreadful, lurking memories.

Memories of an earlier time in which Uncle Montague lived a very different life to his present solitary existence/5().

This spine-tingling novel has more than enough fear factor for the most ardent fan of scary stories. Uncle Montague lives alone in a big house, but regular visits from his nephew, Edgar, give him the opportunity to recount some of the frightening stories he knows/5(9).

'Really?' said Uncle Montague with a worrying degree of doubt in his voice. 'You think there is an age at which you might become immune to fear?” ― Chris Priestley, Uncle Montague's Tales of Terror/5. 'The way to Uncle Montague's house lay through a small wood.

The path coiled between the trees like a snake hiding in a thicket, and though the path was not long and the wood not at all large, that part of the journey always seemed to take far longer than I ever thought it could.'.

Uncle Montague's Tales of Terror is a chilren's book but it makes wonderful reading for adults too - and it would be lovely for parents or grandparents to read to children with a love of scary.

Braving the walk through the dark wood, Edgar visits Uncle Montague’s house to listen to his stories, all of which seem to be linked to the strange objects that fill his old, rambling house. These stories are always chilling and scary and the more Edgar hears the more it becomes apparent that Uncle Edgar is somehow curiously involved in these gruesome encounters.5/5(3).

Uncle Montague's Tales of Terror: Chris Priestley: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. Books. Go Search Hello Select your address /5(83). Uncle Montague's Tales of Terror, e-book ISBN by Christopher Priestly is a collection of ghostly/terror stories told by an uncle to his nephew/5.

Uncle Montague lives alone in a big house and his Want to Read. Shelving menuAuthor: Chris Priestley. My favourite characters in the book are Maud and Harriet because as you are reading the book it is interesting to find out about the sort of relationship Maud and Harriet have and the friction that occurs between are also my favourite characters because their story is quite intriguing especially when you find out how they decided to start conning people and how they met in a workhouse.

Editions for Uncle Montague's Tales of Terror: (Hardcover published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Kindle Edition publis. "Uncle Montague's Tales of Terror" is a fantastic children's book by Chris Priestley.

It's aimed at year olds but don't let that put you off. The writing is .Book: Uncle Montague's Tales of Terror, Author: Chris Priestley, read online free in EPUB,TXT at After I had finished reading Uncle Montague's story it made me a bit sad because it linked all the stories in the book and some of the things that Uncle Montague had done shocked me because in the book, the author made him sound like he was a really kind man and that he couldn't do anything like that.

It also explained the strange noises that Edgar kept hearing when he was with his uncle it.