A Night in Terror Tower

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Scholastic Incorporated, 1995 - Juvenile Fiction - 129 pages
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All locked up and no place to go! Sue and her brother, Eddie, are visiting London when they run into a little problem. They can't find their tour group. Still, there's no reason to panic. No way their tour guide would just leave them. All alone. In a gloomy old prison tower. No way they'd get locked inside. After dark. With those eerie sounds. And a strange dark figure who wants them . . . dead.

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User Review  - aevans1 - LibraryThing

Terror Tower is one of the best books I've read. It is really scary. It's about a brother and sister. They can't find their way out of the tower. A person from the tower is following them and trying to catch them. I recommend this book Read full review

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User Review  - mspioneer - LibraryThing

When visiting London Sue and Eddie are taken and brought to a mysterious place back hundreds of years. They were taken to the terror to be killed by authorities. Find out what will happen in terror tower. -JP Read full review

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About the author (1995)

R. L. Stine was born in Columbus Ohio on October 8, 1943. He graduated from Ohio State University in 1965. Under the name Jovial Bob Stine, he wrote dozens of joke books and humor books for kids including How to Be Funny, 101 Silly Monster Jokes, and Bozos on Patrol. He also created Bananas, a zany humor magazine which he worked on for ten years. His first teen horror novel, Blind Date, was published in 1986 under the name R. L. Stine. His other works include Beach House, Hit and Run, The Babysitter, The Girlfriend, the Goosebumps series, and the Fear Street series. He also wrote an adult novel entitled Superstitious.

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