MONSTER BLOOD III

MONSTER BLOOD III

Goosebumps #29: Monster Blood III   Spoiler-Free Review Monster Blood III is the sort of sequel you get when you start with a shoddy concept and then stretch it beyond any reasonable length. The Monster Blood books boast more sequels than any other in the...
THE CUCKOO CLOCK OF DOOM

THE CUCKOO CLOCK OF DOOM

Goosebumps #28: The Cuckoo Clock of Doom   Spoiler-Free Review The Cuckoo Clock of Doom holds the distinction of being one of the sillier Goosebumps books, and yet it pulls off one of the darkest endings in the series that I’ve read so far. I was reminded of...
A NIGHT IN TERROR TOWER

A NIGHT IN TERROR TOWER

Goosebumps #27: A Night in Terror Tower   Spoiler-Free Review This was the first Goosebumps book I read as a kid. I distinctly remember getting it for Christmas in 1994 and starting it that night. I loved it then, and I’m really happy to say that fro the most...
MY HAIRIEST ADVENTURE

MY HAIRIEST ADVENTURE

Goosebumps #26: My Hairiest Adventure   Spoiler-Free Review My Hairiest Adventure was a mess of ideas that never really added up to a coherent story. I did appreciate the humor in it. The band practice scenes were funny and very believable. Dr. Murkin’s name...
ATTACK OF THE MUTANT

ATTACK OF THE MUTANT

Goosebumps #25: Attack of the Mutant Spoiler-Free Review Attack of the Mutant was a lot of fun. It was more of an adventure story than a horror story, but I was perfectly fine with that. I like it when a book succeeds at being the book it’s trying to be. Skipper was...
PHANTOM OF THE AUDITORIUM

PHANTOM OF THE AUDITORIUM

Goosebumps #24: Phantom of the Auditorium Spoiler-Free Review Phantom of the Auditorium is one of the more solid Goosebumps books I’ve read so far, though it is not without significant flaws. It had a few scary moments, but it mostly kept things light-hearted. I would...