Slawter: Book 3 by Darren Shan

Slawter: Book 3

byDarren Shan

Paperback | January 4, 2007

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More chills and thrills in Darren Shan's horrifyingDemonataseries. Let theSlawter commence...

"Never trust fairy tales. There are no happy endings. There's always something new around the corner. You can overcome major obstacles, face great danger, look evil in the eye and live to tell the tale - but that's not the end. As long as you're breathing, your story's still going..."

Nightmares haunt the dreams of Dervish Grady since his return from the Demonata universe, but Grubbs takes care of his uncle as they both try to continue a normal, demonfree existence. When a legendary cult director calls in Dervish as consultant for a new horror movie, it seems a perfect excuse for a break from routine and a chance for some fun.

But being on the set of a town called Slawter stirs up more than memories for Grubbs and his friend Bill-E.

About The Author

Darren Shan is the number-one bestselling author of the seriesThe Sage of Darren Shan, theDemonataand more recentlyThe Saga of Larten CrepsleyandZom-B. His books have been read by millions of people around the world and translated into more than 25 languages. Darren lives in seclusion in the depths of Ireland. He is a big film buff, an...

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Title:Slawter: Book 3Format:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 8 × 5.25 × 0.71 inPublished:January 4, 2007Publisher:Harpercollins (uk)Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0007231385

ISBN - 13:9780007231386

Appropriate for ages: 13 - 17

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