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3:15 Season One: Things That Go Bump in the Night Hardcover – September 1, 2011
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Containing nine stand-alone stories and one tie-in to the SKELETON CREEK books, THINGS THAT GO BUMP IN THE NIGHT boasts a good variety of scares. Each story begins with a passcode to enter on the 3:15 website, where readers can first hear an audio introduction to each story. The introductions are told by a man known as Paul Chandler, who has mysterious secrets of his own to hide away. After each intro, readers dive into the book to find out more of the story. And finally, as they finish reading, they log back onto the website and enter a second passcode that will unlock a video to finish the story.
The creepy introductions do well to set up the mood and perhaps a burning question, and then the written parts add to the general feel. But the scariest part of these stories is definitely the videos, which had me jumping multiple times and checking over my shoulder. I was wondering how the acting and production of each video would be, and I was pleasantly surprised. The actors and actresses do a good job portraying their characters, and even the small spattering of special effects are well done. A couple of times, it seemed like little details from the videos and the book didn't always match up -- such as a certain piece of clothing Carman described characters wearing. But otherwise, the videos fit very well with the format and leave things pretty chilling.Read more ›
3:15 stands for - 1. Listen to an audio file 2. Read the short story 3. Watch the video ending and you get the whole story in about 15 minutes! Each chapter is a short scary/weird story. The stories are full of hair-raising, spine chilling things like ghosts, cursed objects, evil science teachers and everything else that can go "bump in the night"!
You can read 3:15 in 2 ways! One way is getting the book, listening to audio files, and watching the videos online. You can also buy everything as an app. I really liked how Mr. Carman put videos mixed with reading in his Skeleton Creek series and this series I think is really cool. Each story has an audio introduction (and the music is even creepy). The stories are definitely exciting (sometimes even a little too creepy and I didn't read them in the dark)! I really like the short story format of this series. The video endings were something I looked forward to when reading. I think the stories will keep any kid (or adult) interested in reading! My mom said it reminded her of the Twilight Zone (what ever that is, but she said you adults will know ). I would recommend it to kids 10+ only because some of it can be very creepy. It's not like violent but some of the stories are scary! If you are a fan of scary stories, this book is for you! If not, read Mr. Carman's book Floors (one of the best books I have read this year)!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use this book to read to classes on the week prior to Halloween. Kids love it. The format of audio, reading, then video is marvelous. Read morePublished on November 17, 2013 by Charla
This is great set of stories with video connections. I wanted more but the next set is app. Great book if teachers or budding writing or video buffs are trying to stimulate... Read morePublished on August 15, 2013 by Dale Farmer