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Spook School: Horror from the Deep & Revenge of the Stink Monster

Narrated by: Daniel Hill
Series: Spook School, Book 3-4
Length: 1 hr and 55 mins
Categories: Children, Ages 5-7
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Summary

‘Horror from the Deep’: On holiday on Earth, Charlie finds himself on the trail of a very mysterious ghost. A giant three-eyed octopus is terrorising two ghosts living on a pirate shipwreck. Can Charlie and Lewis discover the true identity of the tentacled beast before they come to a sticky end?

'Revenge of the Stink Monster': It’s exam time at Spook School, and Charlie and Lewis must solve a baffling mystery on Earth - in just 24 hours. A hotel is being plagued by terrible smells and peculiar scuttling noises, and soon Charlie and Lewis are face to face with the strangest monster yet...

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  • Hove, United Kingdom
  • 01-10-13

Shouty narration with tingly mild peril

I have to say as the car driver, Daniel Hill' style of PUNCTUATING his narration by SHOUTING the ARGHHS!! and the LOOK OUT!! at top volume is a bit distracting. There is something very, very loud about the way he reads. We've also got a few of the S.W.I.T.C.H. series that he narrates that have the same affect on me.

Needless to say, my boys (aged 5 & 7) don't find him a problem. They love the idea for a school for spooks and the over-cocky ghostly members. Why be scared of anything if you're already dead? The monsters are genuinely nasty enough and this would be a good Halloween treat, but not scary enough to keep anyone awake at night.

There are some nice messages about looking after your friends, and helping people in there too, just to keep the parents happy.