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Welcome to Camp Nightmare (Classic Goosebumps #14) Mass Market Paperback – April 1, 2010
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The protagonist in this book is Billy. He and some other kids get sent to camp nightmoon but when the bus driver unloads everything in the middle of nowhere they think that their in the wrong place, but the driver ignored them and drove off leaving all the kids with the question still in their head where were they.After being atacked by some sort of beast uncle Al the camp consular comes to the rescue.Uncle Al shows each kid to their cabins which they had to share. Suddenly wierd things started to happen and people started missing but when Bily would ask a question the other camp consulars were mean about it and wouldnt give them the proper answer they deserve!
Hey i know what your thinking what happens next well thats all th info your getting out of me so if your curios to see what the beast is and why everyone is missing red the book and you will unlock worlds of answers!
What i liked best about this book is that was that so many things were happing in a short amount of time which builds the suspence and excitement with each coming page!
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.
First, a snake bit Mike. He got taken away because it hurt so badly. Colin got hit in the head with a baseball. He was seeing double like a bug. Larry threw it so hard that Colin had to go to the hospital. Next Jay and Roger went to the forbidden bunk. Roger screamed like a little baby when it's hungry. Everyone said there was something out there and Roger had just found it. A monster called Sabre had eaten Roger. Jay luckily survived but then disappeared on a walk he took the next day.
Billy had been witnessing all of this. He was scared to death as if he had just been kidnapped. New bunkmates came in Billy's bunk. They were very strange. Billy didn't want to go with them anywhere or do any of the activities. He was so scared.
I feel that it was a great book. I really anticipated turning the pages. I was on the verge of finishing the whole book in one night. I was very frightened when Billy was all alone. I didn't know if he was going to get home. I had to finish the book!
What will happen? What's going on? Why won't his parents answer his letters? What kind of monster is Sabre? All of these questions can be answered when you read the Goosebumps book, Welcome To Camp Nightmare, R.L. Stine. Will Billy get home or even survive? Read the book and find out.
Almost immediately things head down hill for Billy and his bunk mates; Larry (their camp counselor who isn't around much and is indifferent when he is), Roger, Jay, Collin and Mike. Snakes attack Mike whose hand swells up, Billy comes through with a plan to get the snakes out of the bunk, but it's too late for poor Mike's hand...even worse, there's not nurse at the camp and Neither Uncle Al (runs the camp) nor Larry seem to care in the slightest. From there, it's a downward spiral for Billy and his bunkmates as one after another mysteriously disappears and as fear mounts for Billy wondering why Larry and Uncle Al seem so oblivious and unconcerned about something that is very wrong at Camp Night Moon...will Billy escape the fate of his bunkmates?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My kiddo read this book a gazillion times. Great for new readers.Published 6 months ago by Mommy CC
This is a good one! Starts out totally creepy and doesn't let up until the end. Billy narrates his own story of summer camp and weird things happen right from the bus trip out... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Nicola Mansfield
I don't like the ending .it sounds spooky but it's not .least spooky story ever written by
RL.Stein that I Ever read!!
I have given this to my grandson as a gift... He really likes these books. He wants all the books if possible, so I'm trying to help out by gifting him some of these booksPublished on October 13, 2013 by Juanita Domine