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The wrong train

Jeremy De Quidt

The wrong train

by Jeremy De Quidt

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  • 20 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nightmares,
  • Juvenile fiction,
  • Railroad stations,
  • Fiction

  • About the Edition

    A treasury of scary stories envisions the experiences of a train passenger who becomes subject to the nightmarish elements in stories told by a mysterious stranger, who demands a terrible price to make the stories end.

    Edition Notes

    First published in the United Kingdom in 2016 by David Fickling Books.

    StatementJeremy de Quidt ; illustrated by Dave Shelton
    ContributionsShelton, Dave, illustrator
    The Physical Object
    Pagination206 pages
    Number of Pages206
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26926976M
    ISBN 101338121251
    ISBN 109781338121254
    OCLC/WorldCa967559826

    Create an account or log into Facebook. Connect with friends, family and other people you know. Share photos and videos, send messages and get updates.   The train soon pulled to a stop in front of a depot that looked more like a prison. Jason tried to run away as soon as the train stopped, but he discovered that the delicious food and beverages he’d consumed on the train had left him weak.

      The Man from the Train is her first book. Read an Excerpt. The Man from the Train I have long been fascinated by the notion that knowledge can be created about the past. Dinosaurs are the easiest example. For tens of thousands of years, humans had no awareness that the world had once been inhabited by gigantic beasts. Now, we know not merely Brand: Scribner. Wrong Train poem by Ted comes the man Hes talking a lotIm sitting by myself. Ive gotA ticket to ride. Outside is Out to lunch.. Page5/5(1).

    Runaway train never going back Wrong way on a one-way track Seems like I should be getting somewhere Somehow I'm neither here nor there Bought a ticket for a runaway train Like a madman laughing at the rain A little out of touch, a little insane It's just easier than dealing with the pain Runaway train never going back Wrong way on a one-way track. The wrong Train is a collection of spine-chilling stories which are told as part of a strange game to keep the boy entertained whilst he waits for the next train to appear if there even is a next train.


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The boy gets of the train and finds him self at a platform but it is not much of a platform/5(). The Wrong Train, by Jeremy de Quidt, is an anthology of deliciously dark stories to keep you spooked as the nights draw in. There’s a framing narrative to the stories. A boy, rushing for the last train, manages to get on the wrong train and end up on a platform in the middle of nowhere/5(10).

The Wrong Train, by Jeremy de Quidt, is an anthology of deliciously dark stories to keep you spooked as the nights draw in. There’s a framing narrative to the stories. A boy, rushing for the last train, manages to get on the wrong train and end up on a platform in the middle of nowhere/5(9).

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A boy runs flat out to catch the last train home. He does it every day but tonight something isn't quite right - although it takes a while before he realises he's somehow got on the wrong train. He gets off at the first stop, which is dark and deserted, where a man walking his dog nearby stops and offers to tell him stories to pass the time.

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