RL Stine’s Latest GOOSEBUMPS Book is His Best One Yet

I read this book in two nights. The first night I ready chapters 1-15. I finished chapters 16-31 on the second night. I wrote this review in two parts.

Chapters 1-15:

So far, I give this book 5 stars because chapters 1-3 are really scary and awesome. Chapters 4-15 are scary too. The first Slappyworld book starts of weird, but not really that scary. This one starts off very scary right away. I love the book so much already!

Chapters 16-31:

This whole book was awesome. I loved it so much. In fact, it’s my favorite Goosebumps book ever. I’ve ready 21 of them and this is definitely my favorite.

My favorite part is when Slappy and Snappy fight each other. It’s funny because Snappy pretends to be good and it causes them to get in lots of fights.

I gave my dad the book when I finished it so he can read it too. I think that even adults will like this book a lot. I can’t wait for Slappyworld Book 4: Please Do Not Feed the Weirdo. You can see the cover below. Until next time, keep on reading Goosebumps and tell me what your favorites are!

Cash Hendrix Harlan
Lover of Music / Resident Math Whiz
Cash is Justin's eldest son. He's smart (like way too smart for his own good, in fact) and extremely talented. As a mere 8 year old, he likes to fill notebooks with math equations, with the occasional sketch and short story thrown in. He loves music, with some his favorites being Play Date, Koo Koo Kangaroo, The Aquabats, and (of course) his namesake, Johnny Cash. He's mildly obsessed with LEGOs and loves Batman. He really loves his mom, his brother, his dad, and his doggies. You can typically catch him rocking out with his brother, playing his kindle, or sorting through his Pokemon decks.
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