A Thirty-Fifth Goosebumps book by R.L. Stine
Synopsis: Erin Wright and her best friend, Marty, love horror movies. Especially Shocker on Shock Street movies. All kinds of scary creatures live on Shock Street. The Toadinator. Ape Face. The Mad Mangler. But when Erin and Marty visit the new Shocker Studio Theme Park, they get the scare of their lives. First their tram gets stuck in The Cave of the Living Creeps. Then they’re attacked by a group of enormous praying mantises! Real life is a whole lot scarier than the movies. But Shock Street isn’t really real. Is it?
I didn’t think I was going to like this one, something about the cover just felt meh, and with how absolutely crappy the goosebumps have been lately I didn’t have high hopes.
But shockingly (no pun intended) it was a fun read! I assumed it was going to be mutant bugs or something but it was actually a theme park inspired book which was so fun! It reminded me of Universal Studios… a lot of the time it actually had hard core Universal vibes, which I loved so much! I miss Florida 😭
The story had me wondering what was happening the whole time, I couldn’t quite grasp what the ultimate ending would be. I had my assumptions about what was happening and how it would end, but honestly I was so wrong. I didn’t see THAT ending coming, so I was pleasantly surprised. I actually really enjoyed this goosebumps book!
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