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Finally, for Christopher Pike fans aged nine to twelve, a frighteningly fun series of their own. Adam discovers that the town he has just moved to is nicknamed "Spooksville" because of the eerie things that happen there. He is sceptical of course, until he teams up with Sally and Watch to find The Secret Path--said to be a doorway to nightmares yet undreamed.
Posted November 3, 2013
Posted March 20, 2005
It is a must read book.It was probably the best book of the Spooksville series.With a great ending.I had to read it again and again.It is a must finish book.You will want to read it again too.A suspenseful page turner.With a amazing middle.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 23, 2001
Christopher Pike is well known for his best-selling young adult novels. But in this series, he writes for adolescents and middle school audiences. The books are not scary, but they certainly keep you reading, and they donnot allow the reader to take his/her eyes away from the book. The Characters are relating to kids (Such as myself) and the villians, story, and not to mention the town, are very unique, and interesting. I'm glad Chris did this, and I will always be a huge fan of his books. In the story, there are three kids. One has just moved from Kansas city, another is reluctantly living in a nightmarish town, and another is a geek like, but very likeable. they find another realm, where the witches are evil, the skeletons are very real, and the twists never ending. A very good book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 3, 2009
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