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The Nightmarys por Dan Poblocki
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The Nightmarys (edición 2011)

por Dan Poblocki (Autor)

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Seventh-grader Timothy July and his new friend Abigail try to break a curse that is causing them and others to be tormented by their greatest fears brought to life.
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Título:The Nightmarys
Autores:Dan Poblocki (Autor)
Info:Scholastic (2011)
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Etiquetas:children's gothic, children's horror, children’s lit

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Seventh-grader Timothy July and his new friend Abigail try to break a curse that is causing them and others to be tormented by their greatest fears brought to life.
  lkmuir | Oct 26, 2015 |
Dan Poblocki certainly put a lot of detail into "The Nightmarys." Describing how disgusting the specimens looked in Timothy's eyes. Pretty much showing exactly how frightening the Nightmarys looked themselves. This bone-chilling novel is something you would not wish to read at night.

As I said above, it was very detailed as I read chapter after chapter. I often had to pause and grab a dictionary because of the exquisite vocabulary. ( )
  SydneyW.G3 | Oct 22, 2013 |
This is the second book of dan ive read and this one scared the hell outa me. Even more than the first one ( )
  Diavoletto | Jun 12, 2013 |
It keeps you wondering what will happen next, and you don’t want to put the book down. It also has a nice plot and gets right into the action. I read this book because the cover really jumped out at me and I became very intrigued to read it.
  edspicer | Jun 3, 2013 |
Timothy July has been seeing strange things and it has him worried. Especially at school, where the little specimens in their jars taunt him in class. A new girl named Abigail arrives in his class, who likes to play with a silver lighter. When their teacher assigns the class group projects, Timothy volunteers to be Abigail's partner but she warns Timothy to stay away from her.

Abigail is also seeing strange things as well, especially at night in her room. Two eerie looking girls, dressed in identical white dresses, come to Abigail every night. They are the Nightmarys and they won't leave Abigail alone, until she listens to their plead and go with her. Timothy and Abigail realize that they are both caught within a dangerous and evil mystery, where fear is the very thing that might hurt them.

First off, let me say that I absolutely LOVE the cover to this book. This would have to be one of the main reasons why I was so interested in reading it. The cover is fascinating and creepy! The dark ruby red color and the shadow figures of The Nightmarys make the cover PERFECT. I also have to mention that all of the reviews that I've read about this book, praise it to be both excellent and terrifying.

This might be the reason why I ended up being disappointed after I read the book. I had high expectations for this book and I believe that the book failed to live up to the "Terror" and "Mystery" that many horror books offer. There was never a moment while reading this book where I felt chills or got goosebumps. I was really hoping to get spooked out because I read this right before Halloween.

Timothy and Abigail lacked depth in their character. I felt no connection with them at all throughout the story. The plot wasn't as interesting as the way the summary describes the story. There were also certain parts in the book where it seemed quite obvious as to what was going to happen next. In short, this was not a terrible book. It was a fair middle grade read and although I didn't enjoy it as I hoped I would, someone else might. ( )
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Timothy July first noticed the jars lining the top shelf along the side of room 117 at the beginning of the school year, but by mid-April he'd still not looked closer. The specimens inside the jars had been pickled decades earlier in an opaque and yellowish liquid by some forgotten alumnus of Paul Revere Middle School.
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