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  1. Charles Charles says:

    Another in the same series as The Eye in the Graveyard by Dahl This one was quite a bit better A young woman gets sucked into a book There are a lot of inventive little elements to the storytelling here and I won t give them away These are meant for young readers, probably 8 to 9 or so, I guess Not a lot of words, fully illustrated, a little bit creepy I liked this one quite a bit It would be good to read it to a kid.


  2. Ethan Stefko Ethan Stefko says:

    It was interesting Kind of weird and kind of cool.


  3. Kristine Hansen Kristine Hansen says:

    This is a creepy little book I stumbled on this in the kids section, and giving the reading level I can understand why it was put there But it truly belongs in YA The pictures are eerie, and the plot alone doesn t work for me considering you re trying to encourage people to read books, not scare them to death The premise that reading will suck you into a book and trap you there where you might die Not a message I want to share with kids.On the other hand, maybe this is how it feels when This is a creepy little book I stumbled on this in the kids section, and giving the reading level I can understand why it was put there But it truly belongs in YA The pictures are eerie, and the plot alone doesn t work for me considering you re trying to encourage people to read books, not scare them to death The premise that reading will suck you into a book and trap you there where you might die Not a message I want to share with kids.On the other hand, maybe this is how it feels when you re struggling with reading Maybe books are threatening when you really think about it So perhaps this book is right on I will look atin the series and see what happens next But I still don t think it belonged in the kids section of the library


  4. Charles Frierman Charles Frierman says:

    A very short and to the point about being lost in a book and how dangerous that can be I like that it has a creepy twilight zone feel to it, and yet keeps things very simple.Favorite character The LibrarianFavorite moment The girl realizing she is in the book.score 7 10


  5. Drew Constance Drew Constance says:

    My thoughts on Poison PagesI picked this up knowing it was going to be a short read I found it in the young adult section and I would certainly place it there with its dark undertone At first I felt it would be for younger children, but I think ages 11 and up should be fine The illustrations are pretty decent and the concept of the story is interesting, plotted out in a full blown novel I would have loved it, but its a decent read I read it in 5 minutes no jokes, but I did like the concept o My thoughts on Poison PagesI picked this up knowing it was going to be a short read I found it in the young adult section and I would certainly place it there with its dark undertone At first I felt it would be for younger children, but I think ages 11 and up should be fine The illustrations are pretty decent and the concept of the story is interesting, plotted out in a full blown novel I would have loved it, but its a decent read I read it in 5 minutes no jokes, but I did like the concept of the book that can cause death If you are looking for a quick read or are a reluctant reader or know of one, send the book their way For me it was just interesting


  6. Tomiko Tomiko says:

    Another winner in this series of high interest low vocabulary series aimed at struggling readers It is actually a marvel to me that the author illustrator team can create such imaginative and creepy stories given the restrictions they have regarding length, wording, age appropriateness, etc These books remind me a bit of old Twilight Zone episodes, where they build suspense without resorting to graphic violence.


  7. Tychelle Tychelle says:

    A young lady finds a weird book on a seat on the bus called The Lost Readers, and soon she is inside the book She sees all kinds of creepy people stuck to the pages and finds the Librarian who helps her out of the book When she appears back on the bus, she wonders why the Librarian didn t jump, and at the bottom of the page she sees There arelost readers who need my help.


  8. Callum Callum says:

    Good book, very good i like all the library of doom books they are all very good.


  9. Shannon Shannon says:

    Great short book No Favorite Passage


  10. Sarah Sarah says:

    Brief read would be great as read aloud to inspire creative writing and word play.


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Poison Pages [Download] ➻ Poison Pages Author Michael Dahl – Thomashillier.co.uk A young woman finds a bizarre book on a crowded bus After reading a few pages, she becomes trapped inside the book itself The pages spread out like an endless plain A mysterious stranger known only as A young woman finds a bizarre book on a crowded bus After reading a few pages, she becomes trapped inside the book itself The pages spread out like an endless plain A mysterious stranger known only as the Librarian offers to guide her to safety But even he is vulnerable to the pages most potent snare, the millions of letters covering the paper were penned with poisonous ink.

  • Paperback
  • Poison Pages
  • Michael Dahl
  • English
  • 04 June 2019
  • 1598894226

About the Author: Michael Dahl

Michael Dahl is the author of over children s books Some of his most popular series are Finnegan Zwake, Library of Doom, and Dragonblood He resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in a haunted houseHe also writes under aliases Chris Carey, Rick Thomas, and Mark Ziegler.