One Night in Doom House (Google eBook)

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Random House Children's Books, Dec 18, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 144 pages
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Dragged into a haunted house by his friend Aaron, Max finds some objects that he thinks might help his ghost friends Nicky and Tara. But when he takes them home for further research, he upsets a whole colony of evil ghosts—and sends a crazy human-melting Heat Ghost after the girl of his dreams! When Max realizes what he’s done, he embarks on a wild ride across town to keep the ghost from melting his classmates. Will he make it in time—or will his whole school melt into the ground, with all his friends inside?


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personal response: This was a big disappointment. I did not enjoy this book at all. Post-Goosebumps it seems that R. L. Stine was trying to do something that was similar, but different. Granted this ... Read full review

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Definitely a humorous, horrid, and charming entry into the saga. It's one of RL Stine's few creations that can be funny, scary, and memorable at the same time that ISN'T Goosebumps! A good, separate way for Stine's primetime to emerge, but also just a good book to read an' all.

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R.L. Stine is the massive bestselling Young Adult horror writer, and with over four million copies in print of Fear Street titles, he is often attributed with inventing the teen horror genre. His hugely successful Goosebumps series became a worldwide multimedia phenomenon, and has sold more than 250 million copies. R.L. Stine lives and works in New York.

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