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Author: David Bergantino
ISBN: 0812551958
Language: English
Category: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Publisher: Tor Books; 1st edition (October 15, 1995)
Rating: 4.8
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David Bergantino. Freddy Krueger's Tales of Terror Deadly Disguise. The following tale of terror has plenty of revelations - few of them very pleasant. I drop it in your bag as my Halloween treat to you. It may scare you to death, but at least it won't cause tooth decay!

David Bergantino. OCR Mysuli: [email protected] It may scare you to death, but at least it won't cause tooth decay!

A party to die for! It's Halloween in Springwood and the place to be is the old Appleby mansion where the lord of the manor is none other than Jack Spyder, himself.

A party to die for! It's Halloween in Springwood and the place to be is the old Appleby mansion where the lord of the manor is none other than Jack Spyder, himself.

Tor Books published a young adult series in 1994–95 titled Freddy . Or is he her worst nightmare? Freddy Krueger’s Tales of Terror: Deadly Disguise.

Tor Books published a young adult series in 1994–95 titled Freddy Krueger’s Tales of Terror, which featured Freddy Krueger hosting stories akin to Freddy’s Nightmares. As soon as Keith removed the 3-D optical illusion poster from his Virtu-illusions bag, he felt that queasy feeling again.

The concluding chapters of Freddy Krueger's Tales of Terror: Deadly Disguise, as read by the 80s Slasher .

Freddy Krueger's Tales of Terror: Deadly Disguise Conclusion Chapters 10-12 Audiobook Recording. Freddy Krueger's Tales of Terror: Deadly Disguise Chapters 1, 2 & 3 Audiobook Recording.

Grade Level: 7 - 9. Series: Freddy Kruegers Tales of Terror (Book 6). Mass Market Paperback: 160 pages. For those Freddy worshipers out there, I warn you that Freddy is only in this book for about the last twenty pages

Grade Level: 7 - 9. For those Freddy worshipers out there, I warn you that Freddy is only in this book for about the last twenty pages. Two such mistakes are character mistakes, were the autor is talking about one character but uses anothor character's name, and it is obvious what the author has done. My biggest gripe with this book is that it doesn't follow the Elm Street rules.

6 primary works, 6 total works. Shelve Deadly Disguise.

Freddy Krueger's Tales of Terror: Deadly Disguise is the sixth book in the Freddy Krueger's Tales of Terror series. Categories: Freddy Krueger's Tales of Terror.

It's Halloween in Springwood and the place to be is the old Appleby mansion where the lord of the manor is none other than Jack Spyder, himself.Born John Appleby, Jack Spyder changed his name when he was eight, right after he was discovered in a national talent search and landed a role on a hit television sitcom. But like many child stars, Jack rose to fame too fast, and when he lost his parents suddenly in a terrible accident, he returned home to the mansion they owned in Springwood.Then teen idol Jack throws a Halloween bash--the party to end all parties. Not only has the local boy-made-good returned home, but it has also been rumored that the accident which Jack himself had been in had ruined his clean-cut good looks. Will he be as hideous as the gossip papers have suggested? Will the party be beyond Springwood's wildest expectations? Everyone is literally dying to find out.
Comments (2)
Nalme
Being a huge Elm Street fan, I was excited at the thought of a "New Elm Street novel." However, is the book any good? This particular book is about a celebrity who throws a Halloween party in his hometown, but the party turns deadly... For those Freddy worshipers out there, I warn you that Freddy is only in this book for about the last twenty pages. The story itself is intresting, however, the book must have had a terrible editor for there are a few obvious mitakes in the book. Two such mistakes are character mistakes, were the autor is talking about one character but uses anothor character's name, and it is obvious what the author has done. My biggest gripe with this book is that it doesn't follow the Elm Street rules. Freddy is attacking people while they are wide awake, and much of the dialouge from Freddy is very out of character. If you are a huge Elm Street fan, such as myself, you might enjoy this, but you won't be terribly thrilled with it. To pu! t it simply, this book was very average.
Ustamya
This really had no storyline to it. A bunch of kids at a house for a Halloween party held by a washed-up teen idol. Two guests are in on one plot, and another two are in on another plot. How much intrigue can their be with one group? Well, I wasn't that interested. Anyhow, this and that happens, and out of nowhere, people start getting killed. Then the main character--Rachel, I think her name was--starts finding bodies and she and Jack--the other main character--battle Freddy Krueger after everyone else leaves because...um...I forgot. I think the power went out. Anyhow, that's about all that happens. The story has no meat to it, and if it was a movie, it would only last a half-hour. And the name had nothing to do with the story! Jack was supposed to be portrayed as a killer at first, I think. But then not! There was no deformation on his face! That plotline lasted for three pages, before he ripped off a piece of latex scar tissue and they all went on partying knowing that Jack was okay. Well, there goes the story! It really isn't worth reading, plus, the editing was horrendous. There are many blatant mistakes. It's almost laughable. So, if you're looking for a cheesy, nothing, brain dead story, pick this up. If you're looking for a good book, move on. This isn't worth your time.