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30 Tales to Give You Goosebumps.
Hardcover, 391 pages
Published December 31st 2004 by Scholastic
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Marlon
This was a book of short stories. R.L.Stine is a childrens writer so the book is for younger readers. I think that people about 13 or younger would really like this book. I have been a fan of the series for a long time. They're the kind of books you read that get you really interested in horror stories. The stories in this book are well written and have a great sense of imagery. The author describes things in great detail so that you can really see whats happening in the story. Also the author w ...more
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Raymond
Sep 08, 2009 Raymond added it
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This book will give you goosebump. This book is collection of different short stories of horror. My favorite story in this book is the story call Dr. Horror house of videos. It is about a kid named Ben Adams bored at a vacation and loving horror movie. He is bored with all the movies he have and end up going to the shop. He buy a movie which he never seen before and love it cause it was so real. It turns out it is real and that he end up lunch for real monsters.
Dasmg
This book is awesome on how this has so many stories that are the best 30 stories i have ever read. My favorite story is the haunted house game but the scariest story to me is the first story the house with no return.
Priya
These stories were honestly really pathtic -_-" Not at all what I expected.
Car
I really did expect it to be more scarier. But it was ok.
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So Far Its Really Good.
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1st edition compilation
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