The Girl Under the Bed

The Girl Under the Bed Shortlisted for Best Young Adults Title Singapore Book Awards During Hungry Ghost Month the gates of hell open and out pour the dead spirits Jingli a Seconday One student finds a ghost named X

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  • Title: The Girl Under the Bed
  • Author: Dave Chua Xiao Yan
  • ISBN: 9789810731106
  • Page: 253
  • Format: Paperback
  • Shortlisted for Best Young Adults Title, Singapore Book Awards 2016During Hungry Ghost Month, the gates of hell open and out pour the dead spirits Jingli, a Seconday One student, finds a ghost named Xiaomei sleeping under her bed The two develop a friendship and, together with Weizhong, a boy who is also a medium, set about to solve the mystery of Xiaomei s haunting SeShortlisted for Best Young Adults Title, Singapore Book Awards 2016During Hungry Ghost Month, the gates of hell open and out pour the dead spirits Jingli, a Seconday One student, finds a ghost named Xiaomei sleeping under her bed The two develop a friendship and, together with Weizhong, a boy who is also a medium, set about to solve the mystery of Xiaomei s haunting Set in modern day Singapore, The Girl Under the Bed is a coming of age tale that will thrill readers, while sending chills down their spine.

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    1. Set in modern day Singapore, Dave Chua and Xiao Yan are very successfully in painting a very realistic feeling of heartland Singapore through the familiar Singlish peppered throughout the dialogue, as well as the rich tapestry of getai scenes at void decks. A tinge of fantasy also comes through with the re-imagination of the spider spirit in the Journey to the West classic, as well as the various other ghosts (long-tongued, cheongsam-donning, bald shorty) Xiao Yan depicts. While they succeeded i [...]

    2. First of all, I'd like to thank the one who listed this book in the giveaways, since I've won it >:))I was really excited to read it at first and I was kind of surprised when I learned it was a graphic novel. It was kind of short and I've read it in less than 30 mins.The story was a bit shallow and predictable, not much twists or unexpected. You can be just imaginative in able to predict the resolution of the story. But of course, if children were to read this, it would be fun for them. Then [...]

    3. I got this book from (thank you !) - and this book was actually a pretty nice read in general. Dave Chua's illustrations are one of a kind and I liked the characters. However, I felt that the plot could have been more developed because it really had potential. It was an interesting read, but the ending felt a little too sudden and quite rushed.All in all, I give this book three stars since I found the art quite fascinating.

    4. The story was quite predictable and ended to soon. I expected more twists or frights, maybe? I read it at midnight in order to get frightened but it didn't really help. However, The Girl Under The Bed is a good comic to show what Hungry Ghost Festival is. I enjoyed reading the cultural facts at the end of the book :)

    5. I got this from giveaways on .The story was predictable, but it's quite entertaining. I felt strange with the illustrations, but it was good, unique and cute. Set in modern day Singapore and there were some local words in the conversations. Thankfully i'm Indonesian so i could understand those words little bit.Thank you for this giveaways :)

    6. The illustrations aren't the neatest but I don't mind them. Considering its origin, the speech is acceptable. I enjoyed reading it. There was even a time when I actually got surprised by the illustration.

    7. Passable as lightweight entertainment, but I wish the story carried more depth. Especially since Chua's other works are so strong. The art looks fun, but lacks clarity in storytelling.

    8. I have been meaning to read this grapic novel for a while, since I know it's at the library AND a local book! Turns out it is actually quite a cute and spooky little thing. I'd probably even classify it as a YA graphic novel, if that is even a thing. Not scary enough to make you sleep with the lights on, it's a nice mix of local traditions to do with ghosts and adolescence. Worth a read!hercommonplaceblog.wordpress

    9. This title seems targeted at children, so there is some sort of educational value in explaining the cultural practices of the Hungry Ghost Festival - which, if you think about it, is a somewhat subversive move in its normalising of a practice deemed backward and anachronistic by certain segments of Singapore's upper-middle class, English-speaking population. However I wasn't so enamored of the stock characters and the storywriting one my least favourites coming from Dave Chua. Xiao Yan's illustr [...]

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