Hunter in the Darkness: An Easy-English Adventure with 8 Different Endings

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YOU are a vampire hunter. You track the evil vampire, Aku, to a small town in Canada, but what's next? Are you the hunter? Or... the hunted? Choose from 8 different endings! The Atama-ii series is nominated for the 2015 British Council ELTon Award for Innovation in Learner Resources, and this title is also nominated for a Language Learner Literature Award. More

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About Ramy Habeeb

Ramy Habeeb was a high school English teacher in Okinawa for three years. During that time he coached several students to win back-to-back national speech competitions, and even won a teaching award himself. He later went on to found Kotobarabia, the first Arabic language ePublishing house in the Middle East. Now cursed to live for all eternity in the darkness of Edinburgh, Scotland, he feeds nightly on the blood of innocents and writes stories for kids.

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About the Series: Atama-ii multiple-path graded readers
Atama-ii graded readers are multiple-path adventure stories in easy English. They are ideal for reluctant readers or for learners of English as a second language. Recommended for ages 11 and up.

All titles in the series are at about the 300 headword level and about 2,500 words in total. Each text page is between 100 and 110 words and is accompanied by a full-page color illustration to aid comprehension. Each story contains 8 different endings, and so it is re-readable many times.

The Atama-ii series is nominated for the 2015 British Council ELTon Award for Innovation in Learner Resources. Titles #4 and #5, Backstage Pass and Hunter in the Darkness, are also nominated for a 2015 Language Learner Literature Award.

For more information, visit atama-ii.com

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Ramy Habeeb Alice Carroll (illustrator) Marcos Benevides (editor)

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