The Cuckoo Clock of Doom (Goosebumps #28)
When his father brings home an antique cuckoo clock, Michael is cautioned not to touch it, but he turns back the hands and suddenly he is getting younger by the minute--a year younger to be exact. Ages 9-12.
Oh, I just love Tara. I'd hate her for my sister, but shes a book star, annoying, but entertaining. Anyways. I'm guessing RL wrote this book when he was in a better mood, because this one was better than the previous three in the series. As an author I can say that creativity comes out when you are in a good mood. The last three looked like RL was going through a divorce or something, just wasn't much effort put into them. This one was much different and much better....more
Michael Webster always seems to be getting into trouble, and he knows why: his bratty little sister, Tara, who seems to have no problem getting his parents to believe whatever she says. Michael's Dad order's a grandfather clock, and tells the family that he was told by the shopkeeper that there is an error on the clock. He firmly tells Michael and Tara that they are both not to touch the clock, but Tara does, and gets caught, prompting Michael to further get her in trouble, so he goes and change...more
Chacter trait- woried and mad like tara out f my room now tara likes to trip michael.
most inportant event- when michael goes back in time.
reccmendation- I reccomend that people should read it susspensful
cnnetin- I didnt connect with the book because i dont have a cocku clock
Childhood, oh and I remember this book was the first to give me a good idea of how time can actually be scary.
R. L. Stine b...more