Oddest of All
Oddest of All
Oddest of All
Bruce Coville
Fans of Bruce Coville’s wonderfully weird storytelling will be thrilled to know that the expert of odd is back with a new collection of nine curious and thought-provoking tales. From stories about a girl who learns the horrifying secrets about what’s really at the bottom of a murky, desolate pond, a strange chemical factory causing mutations in frogs, and a Halloween mask that becomes a gruesome clue in the disappearance of a child, the odd adventures in this new collection are filled with terrifying and ghoulish details. In the eerie, surreal tradition of Edgar Allan Poe, these reveries are sure to linger in the minds of readers.

Book Details

Genre: 

  • Adventure
  • Anthology

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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From side-splitting comedies to grim spine-tinglers, Bruce Coville nails all of the nine short stories in Oddest of All. One short story is "The Ghost Let Go", where Henry Tanleven, his daughter, Nine, and her friend, Chris, are in a car wreck. They seek a place where they can make a phone call and end up staying in a haunted house for the night! Can Nine and Chris help the weeping ghost?

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