Vampire Plagues London - Sebastian Rook Reviews
Description:ISBN 0439973937 / Genre: Horror / Author: Sebastian Rook / Paperback / 240 Pages / Book is published 2004-09-17 by Scholastic
Newest Review: ... look a lot better now. Now this story not only amazed me but got me thinking... It's about a boy who helped bring the bats ... more
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Sebastian Rook Vampire Plagues London
Pages: 240, Paperback, Scholastic
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by - written on 23/09/08 (Very useful, 480 readings)
Now I was lucky to get all 6 books... I got it from a scholastic magazine that my school library gets every 2 months. I got all 6 of them as a set for only £10, which is really good considering they are £4.99 each. Anyhow, the cover shown above is totally different to the cover that I have. Although it is the exact same story, the cover on my book looks soooooooo much better than the one above. You'll probably see a picture of the cover that I have, below. Now I think my cover (The cover on my book) is much better than the one above because mine has the city of London below with thousands of bats flying above, however on the book above there is only 2-3 bats flying over . Read the complete review
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