Book Review: Goblin Monday (Goosebumps House of Shivers, #2) by R.L. Stine

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Goblin Monday (Goosebumps House of Shivers, #2)  by R.L. Stine opens with Mario Galagos vacationing with his friends and their parents in Vermont.  When Mario finds an ugly stone statue and brings it into the house, he unknowingly starts a war with goblins. Thank you, NetGalley, for the Advanced Readers Copy (ARC) of this book.  I received it for free in exchange for my honest opinion. Growing up, I was a huge fan of R.L. Stine and his Fear Street series.  Having read the first book in this new series and enjoying it, I wanted to see if the second installment was as good as it's predecessor.  Unfortunately, I was a bit disappointed and underwhelmed with Goblin Monday . Although the age range for this book is for children aged eight to twelve years old, I actually think it's more appropriate for kids aged six to eight years old.  As the story develops, I kept expecting something scary or suspenseful to happen, but neither of those things happen until the reader has read approxim

Book Review: Stinetinglers 2 by R.L. Stine

Stinetinglers 2 by R.L. Stine is a collection of ten horror short stories based on things that happened to the author and/or his family.  Similar to Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, Stinetinglers 2 will surely delight kids.

Thank you, NetGalley, for the Advanced Readers Copy (ARC) of Stinetinglers 2 by R.L. Stine.  I was thrilled to receive this copy for free in exchange for my honest review as I loved reading this author's Fear Street books growing up.

I was delighted with this book because it was super creepy for a kid's book, and it definitely put me in the mood for Halloween.  I loved how many, if not all, the stories ended in a cliffhanger because it lets the readers mind wonder what happened.

Four out of five stars is what I gave Stinetinglers 2 by R.L. Stine.  This is a great book for kids eight to twelve years old.

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