A Trap in Time

A Trap in Time The second part of a supernatural trilogy this book finds Dave trying to forget the scary events of last summer When he encounters a face from the past it brings the memories flooding back along wit

  • Title: A Trap in Time
  • Author: Celia Rees
  • ISBN: 9780340818015
  • Page: 408
  • Format: Paperback
  • The second part of a supernatural trilogy, this book finds Dave trying to forget the scary events of last summer When he encounters a face from the past it brings the memories flooding back, along with some bad news Soon Dave, his sister and cousins are once again battling the forces of evil.

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    1. i thought it was ok but quite predictable and i prefer thhe firwst one.i really like celia rees as an author but i gueess i left reading the reamins of this trilogy a little bit too late and am a bit old for it now because some of the description is very basic and though dacey goes through a lot each adventure only fitsd into a small amount of pages and the book is more about the build up to those visits in the ghost town.i do however feel that it has a good storyline and is a good idea; i have [...]

    2. The second installment of the Supernatural Trilogy. This is really two separate stories in one. At the beginning of the book, Davey suspects his new drama teacher is really the Grey Lady in disguise. He believes she is intending to do away with him in front of everyone in a play she is setting up for his school. Only his friends can save him, if he can get them to believe him. In the second half of the book, Davey and his friends must save a religious relic from being used for evil by a power-hu [...]

    3. It's been a long time since I attempted to read this book, so mostly I remember I didn't like it. But I think it was because the plot seemed SO similar as the first one and the children were so stupid! "Hey, it's Halloween, let's run into this haunted house even though we know it's dangerous!" Ugh.

    4. I enjoyed all the books in this trilogy, although I can't remember any of the details. Celia Rees was my favourite horror writer when I was a teenager, but these weren't her best books.

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