A Night in Terror Tower

A Twenty-Seventh Goosebumps book by R.L. Stine

Description: Sue and her brother, Eddie, are visiting London when they run into a little problem. They can’t find their tour group. Still, there’s no reason to panic. There’s no way their tour guide would just leave them. All alone. In a gloomy old prison tower. No way they’d get locked inside. After dark. With those eerie sounds. And a strange dark figure who wants them dead.

This one was ominous at the very beginning. But very quickly you can figure out the “plot” of the book.. although if I’m being honest, the plot of this one didn’t fully make that much sense.. I wanted to try to keep this less spoilery but i don’t know how.. so *** spoiler alert. But I didn’t understand the timeline of this story, what did the Sorcerer do to help them exactly? Had he sent them away for only a few hours before they were caught and brought back or were they in the future longer? And if they were there longer then did he give them fake parents or real parents, or just the idea of parents? Which if so then without an adult to care for them they wouldn’t have survived very long anyways, which wouldn’t have been much help.. it seems like he didn’t really think it through and just sent them into the unknown all willy nilly which is just plain dumb on his part. Although these books never really make a hundred percent sense.. or even 50 percent sense to be honest, this one made even less sense than normal. However I did like the mediaeval vibes in this book…maybe because I’ve been working my way through the GoT books and am currently in that mindset, so it gets points for that.

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