Terwilliger's Tombstone Terror

  • by Edward Petty
  • Narrated by Ben Kass
  • 0 hrs and 54 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Kevin Terwilliger lives in relative peace in Cambridge, Oregon in 1958. He feels a little bit worse for the wear after being moved hither and yon due to his father's military background. He isn't safe at his new school, either. There's a proverbial bully there named Ronald Eugene Pfefferman who doesn't seem to him to want to back down with his snide remarks. Read on, and see how Kevin fares against this turmoil with help from his friend, Connor Billingsley. There might be hope for him after all.

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Not all is as it seems

Overall the story was really well done and fun to listen to too, I felt that the narrator was sometimes going to fast paced but did a great job non the less. The story is short but very good and funny and leaves you wanting more from this author. A book for children but anyone can read it and enjoy.

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- Yaquelin

A Great Little Story!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes, I would recommend it to anyone with kids wanting a good book to read or anyone dealing with bullies & needing a little extra courage.


What was one of the most memorable moments of Terwilliger's Tombstone Terror?

I liked the little jokes Kevin would tell, such as ... the butcher said he would get Kevin some meat for his black eye just as soon as he rang a lady out. Kevin said she doesn't look wet! (LOL)


Which character – as performed by Ben Kass – was your favorite?

I like Kevin & Conner. The 2 boys together always had each others backs and were funny. Just how friends should be.


Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes I did listen to this book in 1 setting!


Any additional comments?

I liked the story as written by Edward Petty. IT had fun and adventure in it. Spoke of bullies and reprimands by teachers. This is how school was back in the 50s & 60s. I think there is still a lot this book can teach kids. I like how the narrator read the book too! It was read flawlessly & with lots of excitement.

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- Terri

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-16-2014
  • Publisher: Edward Petty