It’s Halloween and that means time for trick-or-treating. And scary parties. But this year things are taking a turn for the terrifying. Scott and Amanda throw a bash at an old haunted house. There won’t be any treats, only traps. Traps for a few bullies that are always bugging them at school. What could possibly go wrong? How about a haunted house with a mind of its own? A house that would rather play its own tricks and set its own traps…
“It’s actually much harder, because the technology has ruined a lot of things that make for good mysteries—largely because of cell phones. You can’t have a mystery caller anymore. You can’t have someone making horrible phone calls and you don’t know who it is. Now, you know immediately. You look at your phone, and you know. You have to get rid of the phone when you’re writing the book. Everyone has a phone now and everyone can just call for help. In some ways, it’s much more challenging now.”
R.L. Stine, when asked if today’s generation of teenagers are more fun to write about.
I used to love reading R.L. Stine’s books as a kid. I found this at a flea market and it didn’t take me that long to read. It had 10 chapters all short cause the words a really big on the page. Its about this girl she keeps getting these weird phone calls that scare her so much she finds out who it is. And who been the caller will really shock you
Two episodes and two books, as Chuck and Dr.Groosome are back talking about the newish Goosebumps book, A Nightmare on Clown Street! Also, can Chuck and Groosome look away from their Jack Black dislike to make it through the Goosebumps movie trailer? Listen and find out!
Thanks to Scholastic for the book, you can order your copy on Amazon!