Feel like reading a Goosebumps book, but you aren’t a little kid anymore? Hailed as “Goosebumps for adults” (the author), the Spookiez series delivers a perfect blend of nostalgia and dark comedy. While the series features children as the main characters, the books are, by no means, children’s books. The villains in the series will often be symbolic versions of greater issues, following themes of abuse, racism, alcoholism, and other real life monsters that haunt our children today. In our second installment, Owen arrives at what seems to be the coolest summer camp ever. However, it’s not long before things start to get really scary!
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Not the most appropriate read of all time... but fun, all the same!
It feels like reading a Goosebumps book if it was written by an actual middle schooler who wasn’t exactly an A student.
The really scary summer camp
It looked like a good book at first but i didn’t like that it had inappropriate bad words that are not appropriate especially if it was a younger little boy or girl reading this book I’m not trying to be rude I’m just telling my honest opinion it shouldn’t be a recommended book for younger kids because of the bad words and other stuff that’s not appropriate.
Awesome But missing something
This book is awesome but it's missing something what happens after to them(Owen and Rachel)???