‘Goosebumps: Vampire Breath’ RL Stine


Goosebumps: Vampire Breath

Best friends Freddy and Cara think they’re tough, so when they discover a hidden passage in the basement of Freddy’s house, they don’t waste time debating their next move. But the secret room reveals something unexpected – a coffin, and a mysterious bottle…

As with all the best horror stories, Mr Stine doesn’t allow his heroes to hang around, instead he establishes the characters and throws them into a scary situation. Or rather, a situation that could have been scary. Admittedly, I’m an adult, so maybe it takes a bit more than an ageing vampire who’s lost his gnashers to put the jitters up me, but I think Stine missed a trick with this one. Having said that, it’s an easy read and the neat twist at the end was unexpected, so it wouldn’t put me off reading other Goosebumps books.

 
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  2 comments for “‘Goosebumps: Vampire Breath’ RL Stine

  1. March 19, 2017 at 13:05

    Nice review of this book, Colin. I personally don’t like Goosebumps but I know the kids do. My son, Greg, read them all when he was in pre-prep school.

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    • March 19, 2017 at 13:26

      Yeah, must admit I thought they’d be better. Ho hum…

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