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My Name Is Evil (The Nightmare Room #3)

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Say Happy Birthday to Maggie O'Connor. She's that shy, pretty girl standing outside the fortune-teller's tent. Maggie and her friends came to the carnival for fun. But Maggie won't be celebrating for long. The old woman who reads her palm will soon have Maggie screaming in horror. Because Maggie hasn't really entered a fortune-teller's tent. She has stepped into "The Night ...more
ebook, 160 pages
Published October 6th 2009 by HarperCollins Publishers (first published January 1st 2000)
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Ahmad Sharabiani
My Name is Evil (The Nightmare Room, #3), R.L. Stine
اسم من اهريمن - از سری کتابهای تالار وحشت شماره 3، 1383، 158 ص
Nikta Green
من دیگه از بس استاین خوندم روشش رو میدونم.ترسای واقعی و الکی ، اهریمن بغلتان است اما فکر مکنید خودتان هستید، ... .کمتر از آثار پنج ستارش توی کتابخونمه.
You hold in your hand the key to a shadow world of shivers and screams.Take a step away from the safe, comfortable world you know. Unlock the door to terror. There's always room for one more in...The Nightmare Room.
Say Happy Birthday to Maggie O'Connor. She's that shy, pretty girl standing outside the fortune-teller's tent. Maggie and her friends came to the carnival for fun. But Maggie won't be celebrating for long. The old woman who reads her palm will soon have Maggie scraming in horror. Beca
i really didnt like the was so predictable.
One of the best books i have read in my childhood!
Yuri Chan
Jayrell Hyman
it was kinda sad to me because her friends died
didn't like this much. Maybe, I would have if I were a couple of decades younger. The main theme is a popular 13 year old girl who become jinxed on her 13th birthday. Subsequently evil things happen around her and she loses all her friends. But no worry, the last few pages restore her goodness (and friends) and tell us what exactly caused all the evil.
I liked this book because it is about a girl that is different, very different and can't figure out why until she went to see a fortune teller and found out her powers. I read this book last year in class and some of my friends thought it was cool and it is. It is also werid, but in a good way. You should read this book.
Helen Malave
I loved this book. I read it when I was in eighth grade, i am now 25. I still can remember what I read in this book, probably because it was the first book I liked and read to the end.
Ria Singh
i started reading it today only.... quite an interesting book... i couldn't keep myself stop from reading it and i complete it today itself... !1 a great job done by R.L. Stine
I hated that Maggie's friends were so quick to turn on her and I can't believe the (view spoiler) but, overall, it was a good read.
Janni (aka Gulde)
Den er meget livagtigt fortalt. Det er uhyggeligt, men jeg kan godt lide rædselsrummet, for der er en chance for at det ender godt.
OHK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!this small book is very very and like this alots of very freaky dude
Amy Louise
Enjoyed it. Didn't see the end coming. Not as good as the other Nightmare Room's I've read. 3/5
mi$$ ҥɪᴆᴆŁеs
It was really spooky, I wish I had powers like that. I'd never regret it. I like being Evil. ;)
The ending was sorta predictable.
This creeped me out horribly.
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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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