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Paperback Welcome To Camp Nightmare (Goosebumps) (Goosebumps, No 9) Book

ISBN: 0590466194

ISBN13: 9780590466196

Welcome To Camp Nightmare (Goosebumps) (Goosebumps, No 9)

(Part of the Goosebumps (#9) Series and צמרמורת (#23) Series)

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Book Overview

Billy thinks that life at camp is a tad creepy, but when other campers start to disappear and his parents do not answer his letters, Camp Nightmoon becomes Camp Nightmare.

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Welcome To Camp Nightmare

The book, Welcome To Camp Nightmare, by R.L. Stine, is a story about a boy who is going to a boy's camp during the summer. He had a couple close encounters but he made it through. His friends started missing and the stakes was getting higher. The counselors are not paying any attain to him. Billy was a good detective and a leader. He came up with great ideals and also he was brave. All of the others weren't being themselves. I think the message of this book is you can always depend on your friends. I hated when his friends and counselors was acting everything out but Billy didn't know. Now the best thing was the mystery about what was happening to all the kids. The overall ending of the book was shocking and weird. I think that the author's style says just what we need to keep us interested very during the entire book. For an example a person could be gone with so type of monster somewhere around the camp. I think this book will be good for ages 7-16 because of a little violence and the thrilling suspense story. This story is recommend for all readers. It tells about an ordinary kid in a weird but cool place. On a scale from 1-5 stars I give it all five stars. By: C.H.

A Too Realistic Camp Scenerio

This book tells the story of a boy about to go off to summer camp for the very first time. His experiences during most of the book are believable, and the character development is good. The ending is a letdown however.

The best Goosebumps book

I was a Goosebumps fanatic ever since "Welcome to Dead House" came out in 1992, when I was only 6 years old. A few yrs. ago, I've grown out of R.L. Stine's books, but I do remember this being the best of them all. It's the best because of the twisted ending. WHOA!

It was scary and weird

This was a scary book because people disappeared and got hurt in mysterious ways. It was a really good book.

This book is scary

This book is really goo
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