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Let's Get Invisible! (Goosebumps #6)

3.47 of 5 stars 3.47  ·  rating details  ·  5,862 ratings  ·  167 reviews
El día de su cumpleaños, Max encuentra en el ático de su casa una especie de espejo mágico. Éste puede convertirlo en invisible. A partir de ese momento Max y sus amigos empiezan a practicar el juego del escondite. Pero Max se da cuenta de que está perdiendo el control. Cuanto más tiempo permanece invisible, más difícil le resulta volver atrás. Hacerse invisible llega a se ...more
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Published July 1st 2001 by Gareth Stevens Publishing (first published March 1993)
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Jun 17, 2014 Carmen rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Kids; Parents
Shelves: children, horror, fiction
This is an excellent book by R.L. Stine.

It's Max's birthday. It's raining, so his plans of playing volleyball and having a BBQ are shattered. What can he and his friends (and his annoying 10-year-old brother) do to have fun and keep busy? They decide to explore the attic. They have fun looking at the old magazines, old clothes, and ... a secret hidden door? They find a small, secret chamber with a big, full-length mirror. The mirror has a light over it, and when you turn on the light, you turn i
Ahhh, the Goosebump days. I would borrow so many of these from the library they seriously considered extending my limit of books checked out at one time. R.L. Stine you were a reprieve from a harsh and dreary childhood in which my mind wandered far away from the troubles of the day. I stole books into my bed and read far into the night by the faintest of lights. I might have better eyesight were it not for you; however, I regret not one page or line.
Kathlyn Datu
Ugh, stupid children.

Why were the characters all stupid? I thought April was the reasonable one, and yet she succumbed to her friends' pressure on her and eventually agreed to try out the mirror. Doesn't she have conviction? When I was her age, when I say I don't like to do something, I really won't do it. And the main character, Max, oh my God. Why is he even friends with his friends? It's like his fucking house and he can't even control his friends and impose his rules on them. This book could
Feb 10, 2010 Huda rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Huda by: Safa'a
Knowing that I like reading Y.A. books, a friend of mine recommended this one

Max was planning to enjoy his birthday with his friends. But it was a rainy day and they had to stay home.
Neither Max nor his parents knew there was a secret room in their dusty attic. And of course they didn't know about the secret mirror in there!!

The story is really simple and can be told in 60 pages instead of the whole 160!!
Many pages were wasted on getting visible and invisible and so on

It was ok
David Santos
In case you are wondering how I read the first 5 Goosebumps books in one week yet took 2 weeks to read this one...well I wasn't interested. I did not judge the book by its cover, I judged it by its title! It just didn't interest me, but once I opened it I got through it rather quickly.

I forgot that Goosebumps are horror books. Going invisible isn't really at all interesting to read, but add a "horror" story to it and it gets interesting.

I did not like the ending however, it made it seem like th
This is more of an overall review of the series, really. When I was a kid, I used to devour these books, but sadly I'd recently somehow managed to forget all about them. I was reminded, however, when I rediscovered this awesome blog: These books are a mixture of varying degrees of terrible and amazing - at the same time. I honestly find it really hard to rate them, seeing as they're such a major part of my reading foundation. 11 year-old me would probably have given ...more
Princess Godoy
Let's get Invisible!

Upon reading the title you can already predict that this is about stupid decisions and desires that are better left off.

The only thing I like about this book that made me give this a 3 stars instead of 2 is even thou the main character is stupid for giving in peer pressure he's still pretty badass and I love badass people. The story is okay but there are more better.
Sofia A.
Apr 01, 2013 Sofia A. is currently reading it  ·  review of another edition
In this book it is about a regular boy doing his everyday things. He has a birthday party and invites all of his friends. He has a very mean little brother. I can relate because I too have a little mean sister. Well he has a really fun party and they all decide to go upstairs but when they do something big and scarey jumps out at them. They all scream in terror. They all realize it was just the little brother. I can relate because one time I was walking up stairs and my little sister jumps out a ...more
Luffy Monkey D.
Why do I bother? These Goosebumps books have shoveled every idea into neat little terrible books. Someone should have realized that soul swapping through a magic mirror needed a master hand at the helm, someone who can spin a peculiar and quirky story from the basic idea. This tale of a magic mirror that renders people invisible but has a catch, is done to the death. Nobody expects Goosebumps to be really scary. Just strange and suspenseful will do. There's not even the little details that add ...more
Hanadi Khoury
This book was really scary but in a mysterious way that gave me goose bumps. I liked the ending and I liked the twists and the turns.I first thought that the idea of a mirror that makes you invisible might be a bit boring but it turned out to be really scary, to me, and really interesting and whenever you start reading it you will never ever want to let the book down and if you did you’re going to spend the whole night thinking about it and how the book will turn out to be when you are finished ...more
Cover story: Gasp, my reflection.
The run down: Max and his friends accidentally discover a mirror that turns them invisible. Neat trick! Hopefully nothing goes wrong…
Cliff hangers: 9 (The first chapter dragged a little and I almost thought it wasn't going to have a cliff hanger. This would have been terrible. Luckily there was a surprise cliff there that we ended at.
MC: Max. Please revel in this quote from him: "The thing is, I just happen to have great hair. It's very thick and sort of a gold
How I had missed the Goosebumps books!!!

I'm obviously not 10 years old anymore. The characters don't seem so mature and heroic like they used to.
I was afraid I wasn't going to like this book. It's been 14 years since I started reading the Goosebumps books. I used to be addicted to them. R. L. Stine is one of the main reasons I love reading. My dad had 9 Goosebumps books at home and he gave them to me. I read them all. And then I read them again. And again. And again. Eventually I started buying
Reader beware you're in for a scare!

I'm gonna read like it's 1994! I was 6 when I first started these books, borrowed 'Night Of The Living Dummy' from one of my friends and I was hooked from there. I read them all through the 90's and loved them. I only stopped when the 'Goosebumps 2000' series came out but I'm not sure if that's because they were rubbish or I was just getting older and had started to lose interest.

I don't think I read this the first time round, nothing about seems familial. Th
Currently rereading my original Goosebumps collection

This is my least favourite book in the series so far. I felt it was a particularly lazy entry. It follows the story of Max, his friends, and his brother who discover a mysterious mirror in the attic that makes people invisible. This could've been, and should've been, a much more interesting story. Most of the plot involves them taking it in turns to get invisible, and that's pretty much it.
Maggie Gordon
In Let’s Get Invisible, Max and his friends discover a creepy, magic mirror that can turn you invisible. However, the longer you stay invisible, the colder you feel, and the farther away from reality you seem to get. When Max suggests they stop after realising that playing with the mirror might actually get them all hurt, his friends protest and refuse. After a couple of particularly long periods of invisibility, some of them come back different. Max can’t quite put his finger on it, but his fri ...more
ijul (yuliyono)
Stine selalu bisa membuat twist di akhir cerita...

"Aku tak akan pernah membiarkan bayanganku mengambil alih tubuhku...
vampire (dipita) grul
they found a mirror.And when u look at it ur invisble.
This book is about a boy named Max. On his birthday he finds a mirror & when he pulled on the light switch he turned invisible! When he turned off the light, he became visible again. His brother tried it and when he came back out, there was something definitely different about him. This book is really scary and suspenseful. I couldn’t put it down until I found out what happened in the end. What do you think is going to happen? Will someone disappear forever or will they get trapped in the mi ...more
The title "Let's Get Invisible" pretty much spells out what this book is going to be about. A group of five kids spend their free time getting invisible. Invisibility is a super power that nearly everybody wanted at some point or another. There are so many cool things you could do as invisible. The characters get into a few of the; scaring your friends, scarnig your neighbors, going to spy on the girl's locker room. Invisibility is a lot of things, but scary isn't really one of them. And that is ...more
Wing Kit
Up in Max's attic, lies a secret closet door. In it was a mirror that seemed old and dusty. Why had it been there for so long without anyone touching it? Max and his friends find why this old mirror has been sitting there untouched for a long time. It wasn't just any old mirror that reflected yourself when you looked at it, it was able to turn you invisible. Turning invisible was fun for a while until Max found out that the mirror held a parallel world. Everytime he would turn invisible another ...more
Sheena-kay Graham
Today I'll be taking many readers back to their childhood by reviewing a book from the goosebumps series. To me R.L. Stine. Max and his friends find a mirror in the attic that can make you invisible. This seems great at first until things start taking a darker turn. His annoying younger brother Lefty doesn't help and as things go south Matt needs to save both himself and those around him. Goosebumps series are the perfect books for small children. The plot is simple yet interesting and the end ...more
Tracy Poff
Max's birthday party was supposed to be held outdoors, but the sudden rain kept everyone inside. When he, Erin, and April are exploring Max's attic while waiting on Erin's mom to come pick Erin and April up, they stumble across a hidden room containing an old mirror. When the light atop the mirror is turned on, whoever is standing in front of it vanishes--turned invisible!

That's strange enough, but when Max has been invisible for too long, he starts to feel odd, like the mirror is pulling him in
Max und seine Freunde entdecken auf dem Dachboden einen alten Spiegel und schon bald finden sie sein Geheimnis heraus: wenn sie die Lampe oberhalb des Spiegels anschalten und sich in deren Lichtschein stellen werden sie unsichtbar! Die 4 treiben viel Unfug damit, doch schon bald bekommt Max ein immer seltsameres Gefühl und versucht seine Freunde (und seinen Bruder) von der Nutzung des Spiegels abzuhalten...
"Lefty ist zwei Jahre jünger als ich. Er ist kein übler Bursche, aber er hat z
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Jarrett Lerner
I recently found a handful of Goosebumps books at a used book sale. Looking at the covers, I had vivid flashbacks to my childhood. I can tell you exactly where I was when reading certain titles from this series. Proust had his tea-soaked madeleine, and I guess I've got my Goosebumps. Anyway, I bought the books, curious to read them and figure out what had me so hooked as a kid. I think it must've been the horror and the cliff-hangers. Toward the end of "Let's Get Invisible!", there are also some ...more
This is book 6 in R.L Stines Goosebumps series. Goosebumps is one of my personal favorites in books. So many of the stories are good and this one is no exception. The story is about this kid named Max. He has a birthday party and him and his friends April and Erin go up to the attic. Max’s younger brother Lefty tags along. They call him Lefty because he is the only left handed person in the family. In the attic they find a hidden door and inside is a mirror that makes you invisible if you stand ...more
Noodar Yasmeen
The book was… okay, I guess. I liked the idea of getting invisible but that’s pretty much where my liking stopped. I didn’t like a LOT of stuff.

First of all, Max was totally acting like Narcissus! I always find it weird if boys are obsessed about their looks and the way that Max was obsessed about his hair was freaking me out. I don’t think boys should be like that. For girls, that’s typical behavior. But for boys, it’s just… weird. *shrugs*

The nickname lefty was weird too. I mean, why would you
Dominick Owens
This book was just as though I was sitting in the showing of a twilight movie. It was full of thrills for everyone to enjoy. I enjoyed most of it, bit it got a bit boring toward the middle. I couldn't understand some of the things they did in it. The thrilling reputation to scare came easy to me. I couldn't put it down, Though it took me only about an Hour.I liked mostly the end: that's where it got exiting.
Though not one of my fave Goosebumps books, what I remeber finding unique about this one is that Stine depicts kids and they really are- young humans. Max and his friends fuss and play and argue and laugh. Prior to reading this, I was so consumed with books that either depicted children as non-people or as secondary to adults. Stine made kids the center of the book universe in an intelligent and realistic way.
Cesar Ramirez
I think think this book is really good and creappy at the same time because the longer you stay invisible you start to disappear entirely and when you try to return you might get replaced by a opposite of your self of and when you try to break it and you think it's over it's not it fixes be careful what you do when you find mysterious items in you're house becareful because you donut know what will happen
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