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Posted January 16, 2008
It's A horror book but a magical adventure at the same time.
I read the book 'Goosebumps, The Blob that ate Everyone.' I thought it was really neat to be able to read. In a way it was a horror story, but also very intresting. It told about a boy that went to a store on a rainy night. The lights were on, the cashier wasn't there, and the doors were open. He has an old type writer fall on to his head. For a while, it has a nasty affect on him resulting with a severe headache, but soon he got over it. This type writer wasn't just a type writer. Whoever would write something on it, it would all come true. For good or bad. Find out the mysterious, wonderous world after this type writer gets put into a world of a little boy. I feel that this book brings your mind into a whole new world. I mean, it's almost as if you're really there, or you're the main character. I also feel that minor characters could and should be used a whole lot more. They were only used pretty much in one part of the story and were only used for horror. I thought they could each have a line or two. I also thought the story could have been a little longer and they could have extended the book. I thought it was short but, let me tell you now, you'll never forget this book. It will stay with you forever and will never leave your mind. I thought the author put a lot of sensation and feeling into his book. Something happens at the end where he puts the most expression and feeling into his words. I recommend this book to younger children or teens that love mysteries. It's just a beginner book that doesn't really talk about things in real life. That's why it's fiction. It is supposed to be edge topping and make you want to keep on reading. Reading about what happens after this and then that. That's exactly what it does, too. I recommend that people read this book for fun. It's a great book to read on boring days to bring excitement in your life. When I started reading this book, I started to notice it was interesting. I discovered it was a fiction book. I didn't realize it until about 20 pages in because the book is so realistic. This is why I have recommended this book to children.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 8, 2009
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