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Monster Blood For Breakfast! (Goosebumps HorrorLand #3)

3.76  ·  Rating Details ·  1,306 Ratings  ·  78 Reviews
It's a whole new ride from the master of fright and bestselling author R.L. Stine--with a story so fiendish that it can't be contained in just one book!

For an athlete like Matt Daniels, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It's also the most dangerous. That's because somebody is about to pull a mean prank. The recipe is simple: Just add gooey, green Monster Blo
Paperback, 137 pages
Published June 1st 2008 by Scholastic Inc.
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Veronica Morfi
Sep 26, 2014 Veronica Morfi rated it liked it
Rating: 3/5

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If R.L. Stine wanted me to hate Bradley and get super frustrated at him screwing up the life of the protagonist, Matt, the he definitely succeeded! He was one of the WORST (best?) antagonists in a Goosebumps book. Once again I was so angry at the adults for letting this monster kid get away with terrible things... Ugh!

But unfortunately, I think too much of the book's focus was on Matt and Bradley's "friendship," leaving the actual horror element - the monster blood - almost as an afterthought to
Sully Martin
May 15, 2014 Sully Martin rated it it was amazing
It was Realistic(Jk) Lol umm But(t) A little scary. There was Monster Blood coming to life trying to Choke Matt. Then It poured Into the Plant and it Grew, And Grew And it was taller than a tree. Then Bradley took it to school and It tried to choke HIM and Matt came to him and said he deserved it. (I Changed my name to Sky.)And I wasnt scared the whole time. So How Did you think Comment Below. BOOP IM GONE!
Oct 08, 2010 Richard rated it it was amazing
it was awesomly cool
Ella French
Jan 23, 2017 Ella French rated it really liked it
Are you a fan of books with amazing humor, thrilling chills, and an amazing plot? How about books that you think of before you go to sleep and that make you sleep with the night light on? If you enjoy a thrilling fiction book, then I definitely recommend the book Monster Blood by R.L Stine for you.

In this book there are many wacky characters. Some of them include Matt and Bradley which are two neighbors. The book takes place at Matt’s house and Bradley’s house and also at their school. In this
Nov 26, 2014 Ankit rated it liked it
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Matt and her Sister faces many problems against their annoying neighbor Bradley. Almost every day Matt complains about Bradley the he is annoying and Bradley always asks Matt to borrow his clothes and the other stuff Matt had that Bradley liked. The next day at school Bradley show Matt a rock which he thinks it’s a little piece of rock from Venus and when Matt observes the rocks he says that the rock is MADE IN CHINA. And the next day Matt was having Math’s test and
Ankit Kumar
Sep 11, 2014 Ankit Kumar rated it really liked it
Shelves: horror

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Matt and her Sister faces many problems against their annoying neighbor Bradley. Almost every day Matt complains about Bradley the he is annoying and Bradley always asks Matt to borrow his clothes and the other stuff Matt had that Bradley liked. The next day at school Bradley show Matt a rock which he thinks it’s a little piece of rock from Venus and when Matt observes the rocks he says that the rock is MADE IN CHINA. And the next day Matt was having Math’s test and
Feb 22, 2017 Emily rated it really liked it
I would like to rate this book called "Monster Blood" A three and a half because it wasn't the best book I have ever read. It's creepy to think about what the Monster Blood can do to you, it's also really creepy of what actually happened when Matt ate the Monster Blood without knowing. But, in the book "Monster Blood" Matt ended up eating the Monster Blood and then grew nine feet tall, and also that day he had a swim meet for a championship to go to.Nut, when he got into the water he grew even b ...more
Lucas F
Sep 08, 2010 Lucas F rated it it was amazing
Shelves: finished
My book was about a kid named:Matt Daniels, an average boy with a weird friend named:Bradley Wormser.So one day Matt had been walking home from his swim practice when he had this weird feeling of something, it started when two men jumped out from nowhere and warned him about something someone bought from the web they then disappeared, after that he checked his laptop when suddenly two words began to repeat over and over, it was called MONSTER BLOOD, after that it was just then when he noticed th ...more
Sep 10, 2014 Austin rated it it was amazing
I read the book goosebumps monster blood for breakfast. It was a very good book i would recommend it to plenty of people. There is a kid named Matt and he has this friend called Bradely Wormser but people call him worm Matt doesn't like him but he always comes to his house in the morning and he is very skinny but eats a lot and he always likes to play jokes. Matt is more of a popular person on the swim team in there school so Bradely always likes to wear Matts clothes. So one day Matt comes home ...more
Carlos Ruiz
i think this book monster blood for breakfast is a good book becuase its based on a little boy and hes sister,mom,and he moms friends son from next door from where he lives n the little boy realy dosent like him becuase hes always pulling stupid little pranks well one day the next door nebior had brought some gooy stuff from the internet and the kid had left it at hes house n the little boy put it in he suit case and over night it got out of the suit case and the boy had grabbed it and he starte ...more
My little brother is just now finding out that reading can be fun, and so to encourage him (and because I am a complete book nerd) I wanted to read one of his favorite books. He is now trying to read my copy of Hunger Games, which I'm afraid might be a little much for him length wise, but I think if he finds it enjoyable enough he can do it.

Matt Daniel's is a good kid who gets good grades and is one of the best on his swim team. Everything seems pretty great for Matt except for one thing, Bradle
Jose Ramirez
Feb 21, 2015 Jose Ramirez rated it really liked it
Tittle:Goosebumps Horrorland Monster Blood for Breakfast
By:R.L. Stine
I think that Goosebumps Horrorland is a good book because it has three parts in one.There was a kid named Matt his friend always comes over every morning and Matt is real good in science and his friend drives Matt crazy.Then one day Matt was coming home from school when he saw his friend using his laptop and wearing one of his shirts then he told his friend to leave and he saw something on his laptopthen he realized that his f
Charity Humfleet
Nov 18, 2016 Charity Humfleet rated it liked it
Shelves: book-talk
As readers of the other Monster Blood books know, Monster Blood is a topic not to be taken lightly. It can grow to enormous amounts and swallow anything in its path. So what happens when Matt Daniels accidentally ingest some of it. The Monster blood gives him the ability to set a world record in a swimming competition. He begins to grow taller and taller, but he can't seem to stop. How did Matt end up ingesting the Monster Blood? What will it do to him? Will he ever return to normal? You will ha ...more
Feb 21, 2013 Landon rated it it was ok
The story was both creative and intense, leaving off with a cliff-hanger...the only problem is that the cliff hanger is not too impressive. Stopped reading this series after this book. The plot gets mixed, as though Stine forgot some details. People say that they've been to horrorland, and its a blast, although, it is impossible to leave horrorland. Then it's almost like they never try to leave horrorland, after they almost die, they just keep visiting horrorland attractions... whats up with tha ...more
Billie Pritchett
Jun 05, 2016 Billie Pritchett rated it it was ok
Cute but a little uneven. In Monster Blood For Breakfast, a boy is nagged by his wimpy neighbor, who is always playing jokes on our protagonist and the protagonist's sister. Then one day the neighbor boy orders some monster blood to the protagonist's house that, when ingested or put on plant life (and presumably anything living), makes that thing grow. This is another in the many "Monster Blood" books that Stine has written. This one doesn't really add anything to those other books. Also, the bo ...more
Brayan Benito
May 04, 2015 Brayan Benito rated it really liked it
I think this book was a great book.This book was about a boy named Bradley that always bothers his neighbor named Matt. One day Bradley bought something online. Matt saw what Bradley bought on his computer.When Matt was outside going to school some men appeared in front of his face . The men were looking for the egg that Bradley bought online and the men wanted back because it was to dangerous.The next day Matt put the goo that was on the egg to Bradley's cereal.However Bradley switched the cere ...more
Feb 06, 2015 Rigoberto rated it it was amazing
i give it 5 stare because Matt he is smart nice he is in the swimming team. Matt has a sister name Livy she nice and good with computers.computers. Thar is this kid name Bradley he goes to Matt home every morning. Bradley gets Matt in troubled. Matt do-sent like Bradly. Bradly like Matt. In the story Matt cant go to the swing team because of Bradley.then he gets a egg that said MONSTER BLOOD on the egg. Then it the story it says that I think the two men’s were asking me about the egg. He also ac ...more
Elvis Davtyan
Dec 13, 2012 Elvis Davtyan rated it really liked it
I chose this book because I've always loved reading these books because they give me a chill. There's a kid that has bought some slime and when you touch the slime it sticks on you and when you go into water it will make you grow until you dry yourself. But the school picture was in the school pool but the person didn't now the the slime will make him grow. "Matt becomes enraged, but when he looks at the plant, he sees that it is going to grab Bradley's leg!" I liked the authors point of view be ...more
Luis R
Mar 07, 2016 Luis R rated it liked it
I liked this book because it was interesting and had a lot of twists and exciting at some points. for example the main character gets mad at his friend and they almost fight. I also like this book because the friend is always getting the main character in trouble for the friends mistakes. For instance his friend hit the teachers car wind shield and breaks it and blames it on the main character. There was als o some down parts about this book. For instance since thre was alot of twists it was a l ...more
Oct 03, 2016 Chloe rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I enjoyed this one about the same amount as the first one. The story was not very interesting to be honest, and Matt (the protagonist) was not that great either. However, he was not as bad as his neighbor, Bradley, who was so annoying it ruined the story. I understand that he was suppose to be like that, but he was just too much. The return to Horrorland explained some questions that I had, which was good, however it also raised new ones that will hopefully keep me interested in the continuing s ...more
Oct 07, 2015 Weathervane rated it liked it
I don't like that the main stories in Goosebumps Horrorland books are shorter than those in regular Goosebumps, since the extra 30-40 pages are devoted to the Horrorland sections, which are part of a serial. That's not to say it isn't an interesting idea, but I feel this is one of those tales that would've benefited greatly from a bit more build-up.

It's not bad, though. Check out what may be the most obnoxious -- and therefore hilarious -- character R.L. Stine has ever written. His nickname is "
Axel Kim
Jan 18, 2015 Axel Kim rated it it was amazing
Monster Blood For Breakfast is a somewhat scary book. It’s about a boy named Matt Daniels, his sister Livvy, and an annoying kid called Bradley (Worm) Wormser. Bradley one day orders something called monster blood that’s supposed to make you grow super fast if you eat it. Matt’s sister is so annoyed with Bradley that she takes the monster blood and puts it into his cereal. When Matt finds out, he goes to warn Bradley only to find out that Bradley switched his cereal with Matt’s. That’s when ever ...more
Jul 06, 2013 Celine rated it really liked it
Shelves: children, horror
Another enjoyable instalment in the Horrorland series. In Monster Blood for Breakfast we meet Matt, who was introduced to us in the second book, and his terribly annoying neighbour Bradley. I especially enjoy how well Mr Stine portrays children. They can be petty, annoying, clueless and weird, but they all seem like real children. Everyone has known a Bradley in their life, or had an infuriating younger or older sibling. I hope that the next book also gives some answers, instead of just making t ...more
Manav Singh
Nov 02, 2015 Manav Singh rated it liked it
I did like Monster Blood For Breakfast by R.L. Stine because it was similar to a scary/mystery book and I like mystery books so i liked the book.The main setting of the book was at their school or at Matt Daniels house. The main characters in this book were Matt,Bradley,and Matt’s Sister.The main conflict is the monster blood in Bradley’s cereal.
I would recommend this book to anyone who likes scary or mysterious books.I would recommend this book to my brother because he watched goosebumps as a
Oct 23, 2009 Dillonp rated it it was amazing
i think monsterblood is an amazing book because its exctiting and really crazy things happen. you will always be wondering what will happen next. anyone can read this book because its not a very hard book but it is still very good. i like this book because i like excitement in books and that is definately what this book has. another reason is because you feel like your right there by the characters side and i like that.
Mar 30, 2009 Josiah rated it liked it
This book carries the story from the last installment, continuing the highly suspenseful plot and finely maintaining the truly chilling sense of fear so tautly kept together from the previous book. I rate this three stars almost entirely because of the Horrorland piece, an increasingly high-quality light horror story that is, I think, among the very best material by R.L. Stine. I am looking forward to more!
Jamal Whittick
Sep 03, 2015 Jamal Whittick rated it it was ok
It's funny how when you try to remember a book you liked as a kid you can't remember jack, but when it's a book you didn't really liked you remember what's wrong. The reason why i didn't like this book is because of the character "Worm" the antagonist of the book, he was really annoying and troublesome throughout the whole book. even though if it wasn't for him there probably wouldn't be a book. But I can't see why Matt couldn't just give him a good punch in the face.
Jun 04, 2009 Terry rated it really liked it
How could anyone not like a book that has "monster blood" in it? This book is full of R.L. Stine's trademark suspense and kid-friendly horror. The next door neighbor was so annoying that I wanted to reach into the book and tell him to be nice ... but that was kind of the point. I liked that there was a serial story at the end of the book. Recommended for elementary and middle school aged kids who like scary stories.
Joseph Defreitas
Sep 16, 2009 Joseph Defreitas rated it it was amazing
In this book so far I found out that he is in a situation with what they call a Monster Blood. The Monster Blood grows grows and grows and can eat people but also just about anything. The Monster Blood was coming up his driveway and was about to eat him, so what he had to do was escape to his Cousin Kermit's house. and finally then encounters a bully named Conan Barber, and got in a fight with him.
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Robert Lawrence Stine known as R. L. Stine and Jovial Bob Stine, is an American novelist and writer, well known for targeting younger audiences. Stine, who is often called the Stephen King of children's literature, is the author of dozens of popular horror fiction novellas, including the books in the Goosebumps, Rotten School, Mostly Ghostly, The Nightmare Room and Fear Street series.

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