Creepspace: The Witch Game

Creepspace The Witch Game For his twelfth birthday Joshua Wright gets just the gift he had hoped for a laptop computer But his joy fades when he discovers a strange game included on the laptop Joshua soon finds himself haunte

  • Title: Creepspace: The Witch Game
  • Author: E.C. Crawlie
  • ISBN: 9780989936606
  • Page: 334
  • Format: Paperback
  • For his twelfth birthday, Joshua Wright gets just the gift he had hoped for a laptop computer But his joy fades when he discovers a strange game included on the laptop Joshua soon finds himself haunted by the game and plagued by visions of witches, vultures, and graveyards Is his imagination playing tricks on him, or are these horrors real Read Joshua s story if youFor his twelfth birthday, Joshua Wright gets just the gift he had hoped for a laptop computer But his joy fades when he discovers a strange game included on the laptop Joshua soon finds himself haunted by the game and plagued by visions of witches, vultures, and graveyards Is his imagination playing tricks on him, or are these horrors real Read Joshua s story if you dare and see whether he and his friends can survive The Witch Game

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    About " E.C. Crawlie "

  • E.C. Crawlie

    E C Crawlie is a fiend who dwells in Creepspace with his carnivorous plant, Voracia He loves to skulk about in dark, secret places and he very much enjoys scaring people Creepspace The Witch Game is the first book in an anthology series for young readers Crawlie describes the series as The Twilight Zone meets Tales from the Crypt for 9 12 year olds.

  • 111 Comments

  • Here is a story of a couple of kids out to solve a bit of a mystery. The author cleverly interlinked current day technology so the tale has a fresh feel. Characters are well defined, action moves and keeps you turning the page. A great read for young readers looking for something a little different. I recommend it for middle grades readers. I read it as an e book, a format kids seem to like. Check it out and start a conversation about the likely hood of such and how you might write your own tale [...]


  • I can't give a proper review since I was involved in the creation of this one, but kids who like the Goosebumps series may also like Creepspace.



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