The Ooze

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Pocket Books, 1996 - Juvenile Fiction - 107 pages
5 Reviews
Al's stink bomb doesn't explode...

And it doesn't smell. It just sits there.

Some chemistry set, Al thinks. Big deal.

And then it starts to ooze. It oozes all over the cat. It oozes all over Al's best friend.

Everything the ooze touches...changes. Forever.

And now the ooze is coming right at Al!

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Review: The Ooze (Ghosts of Fear Street #8)

User Review  - Bhanu Marley - Goodreads

RL Stine never fail to entertain me! Read full review

Review: The Ooze (Ghosts of Fear Street #8)

User Review  - Simon Deimel - Goodreads

I was rather amused than terrified by this book. Nevertheless an entertaining story. Kool kids will like it. Read full review


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About the author (1996)

R.L. STINE, the creator of Ghosts of Fear Street, has written almost one hundred scary novels for kids. The Ghosts of Fear Street series, like the Fear Street series, takes place in Shadyside and centers on the scary events that happen to people on Fear Street.

When he isn't writing, R.L. Stine likes to play pinball on his very own pinball machine, and explore New York City with his wife, Jane, and fifteen-year-old son, Matt.

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