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on December 18, 1999
If Goosebumps are the kind of book you read, you'll love this one! If you think the beginning is scary, you better wait for the end! The only thing I recomend is that you should read the older book "One Day at Horrorland". It will give you a better understanding of what happens.
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on October 30, 1999
Liz, Luke and Clay get taken back to horrorland to make a t.v show on how scary horrorland. they have to face the mummy walk and draculas castle. It ends with a pretty scary ending. I reccomened this book to people who don't chicken out easily. this is one scary book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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on January 24, 1999
if u like 1 day @ horrorland youll luv return 2 horrorland. the horrors are better, scarier,& stupider than in the first. 1 of r.l. stines best book ever.
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on June 15, 2004
This book was good to read because it was exciting and has irony in it. The book is about three kids that were worped to Horrorland. Zack's sister was on her bike looking for her brother and his friends. Zack and his sister was looking for their parents though out the stoy.
In one point of the story they find the goblin that is against torching human and they met him before in the first book of horrorland.
The goblin helped them before and tries to help them again. He tells him that their parents are capture some were in horrorland. So the kids have to find their parents in Horrorland and escape from that place alive.
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on January 16, 1999
CCCOOOOOOLLLLL!!!!!!!!!! I would definitely reccomend this book to anyone who likes Goosebumps.
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on December 8, 1998
This is an awesome sequel to One Day At Horror land! You`ve gotta read it
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on April 10, 2005
Lizzie and Luke and clay survived their first visit to Horrorland. Now they are going back. First they meet two reporters, Margo and Derek. So when they were back at Horrorland. Margo said that they will just interview them to how dangerous Horrorland will be. But something happens horrible...
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on January 19, 2013
I bought this for my 12 year old grandson and he loved it. He reads all the goosebumps books that he can find. These books are good because they make him read a lot.
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on December 25, 2012
this book is the definition of an unnecessary sequel. While this is supposed to be a sequel to One Day in Horrorland of the original Goosebumps series, this book retains basically nothing from its superior original other than important names. Horrorland was originally a theme park. However, the characters never encounter a single ride. Instead, they stumble through a bunch of half-baked, barely cohesive scenes involving an Egyptian pyramid, a dentist office, a sandy desert, and a magic show. The plot jerks along with all the focus of a drunk squirrel, and I found a sick pleasure just wondering what absurd thing is the author going to throw at me next? It might have been enjoyable as a kid, but this book is just literary junk food disguised as a children's novel. Despite finding some enjoyment from the absurdity of the plot, I can't recommend anybody pay money for this.
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on January 31, 2013
I loved this book and I love goosebumps. I'm 22 and I still read goosebumps I thank that they are a grate read and everybody should read them.
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