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  • Published: 1 June 2010
  • ISBN: 9781409096917
  • Imprint: RHCP Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 272

Crawlers



A fantastic new novel from Sam Enthoven. Fast-paced, creepy and exciting - this is a horror film in book form!

Ben is on a school trip. So is Jasmine. What they don't know is that not everybody in the theatre is there to watch the play and, in fact, they'll never get to see it . . .

There is panic at the Barbican when the fire alarms start wailing, but the strangely silent theatre staff, trap them inside the building rather than letting them out to safety. Ben, Jasmine and their classmates soon discover that there's no fire - what's happening is much weirder, and much scarier.

Strange spider-like creatures swarm through the building attacking people and turning them into vicious killers, and the kids have to run for their lives. But barricaded in an office, with these creatures waiting outsde for them, the children realise they're stuck. Will they ever get out? And, more importantly can they trust each other . . . ?

  • Published: 1 June 2010
  • ISBN: 9781409096917
  • Imprint: RHCP Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 272

About the author

Sam Enthoven

For the last ten years Sam Enthoven has been working as a part-time bookseller, living largely on a diet of instant noodles and parsnips while honing his skills as a writer of thrillers for young people. He is passionately - possibly 'certifiably' - committed to the ideal of books that make kids want to read; if you like The Black Tattoo, you should see what he writes now he can afford something decent to eat once in a while.

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Praise for Crawlers

it must be said that it's pacing is brilliant and all the more remarkably so in a narrative which is skilfully compressed into something just under six hours of a particular evening... Enthoven's novel merits considerable notice in its nicely observed delineation of gender roles and social nuances; this, in some words is a novel for a readership some distance beyond what the horror genre usually targets.

Books For Keeps

Revoltingly entertaining

Ali Sparkes, The Independant

The plot really drew me in. The book's a horror which manages to terrify without any gruesome deaths (quite a feat!)...I found myself constantly wanting to find out what would happen next...This is a great thriller...Highly recommended!

Sean Westwood (Royal High), Teen Titles

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