LET’S GET INVISIBLE

LET’S GET INVISIBLE

Fits of Nostalgia: Goosebumps #6 Spoiler-Free Review My favorite Goosebumps books were the ones with really unsettling endings. Those were the ones that kept me thinking long after the book was finished. I don’t remember ever reading this one as a kid, but the ending...
CURSE OF THE MUMMY’S TOMB

CURSE OF THE MUMMY’S TOMB

Fits of Nostalgia: Goosebumps #5   Spoiler-Free Review This is my favorite one so far, which was unexpected. It’s fun, and it has a lot of legit scare factors – especially when you consider the target audience. It’s not the most original concept, and the setting...
SILENT NIGHT

SILENT NIGHT

Fits of Nostalgia: Fear Street Super Chiller #2   Spoiler-Free Review Silent Night was an enjoyable and surprisingly complex read. Reva Dalby is a really fun character to hate, her cousin Pam serves as the real protagonist, and the who-done-it mystery kept me guessing...
REMEMBER ME

REMEMBER ME

Fits of Nostalgia: Remember Me   Spoiler-Free Review Overall, this was a solid story with a genuinely creepy concept. Shari narrates as a dead protagonist trying to solve her own murder, all while grappling with her new reality as a ghost. The book is laced with...
SAY CHEESE AND DIE

SAY CHEESE AND DIE

Fits of Nostalgia: Goosebumps #4   Spoiler-Free Review This was one of the of the most iconic covers and titles of the series. It had a fun and original concept as well. I thought Greg and his friends were believably bored kids in the suburbs, and that the plot built...
MONSTER BLOOD

MONSTER BLOOD

Fits of Nostalgia: Goosebumps #3   Spoiler-Free Review Evan and Andy made for the most interesting characters in the series so far, as did Evan’s mysterious Aunt Dorothy. Unfortunately they were not enough to save this book from its mess of a plot. For starters, green...