Can these two survive long enough to accept their invitation to HorrorLand? Yesssssss! But only if they figure out why Camp Hither is crawling with trouble.
©2009 R.L. Stine; (P)2009 Scholastic
this book was great. I got it for the nostalgia. I'm a 90s kid and grew up reading goosebumps and fear street. I find most of Mr Stines books are great. I love his books based in camps the most because I never went to camp as a kid.
The narrator was perfect for Mr stines book. well done.
This book is very in wired the story was
BAD. At lest the first part THE HORROR LAND part was awesome.and snakes
Really snakes the book is dumd.
But you should buy it it is made for kids
I Know that and kids would like it so.
buy for kids
The "background music" was so loud it overpowered the narrator. Who wants music in an audiobook, anyway? Either the producer/director/publisher of the audiobook didn't believe the narrator was good enough to carry it off (and I can't comment on that, since the narrator's track was inaudible above the din of mood music), or they believed the listener couldn't follow the plot without some assistance. Either way, this was a waste of a book credit. Sad, too, because Stine's writing is so enjoyable.
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