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Welcome to Camp Nightmare It's the little camp of horrors! Next summer you'll stay home ... if you survive! Billy thinks that life at camp is a bit creepy, but when other campers start to disappear and his parents do not answer his letters, Camp Nightmoon becomes Camp Nightmare. Welcome to Camp Nightmare It's the little camp of horrors! Next summer you'll stay home ... if you survive! Billy thinks that life at camp is a bit creepy, but when other campers start to disappear and his parents do not answer his letters, Camp Nightmoon becomes Camp Nightmare.


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Welcome to Camp Nightmare It's the little camp of horrors! Next summer you'll stay home ... if you survive! Billy thinks that life at camp is a bit creepy, but when other campers start to disappear and his parents do not answer his letters, Camp Nightmoon becomes Camp Nightmare. Welcome to Camp Nightmare It's the little camp of horrors! Next summer you'll stay home ... if you survive! Billy thinks that life at camp is a bit creepy, but when other campers start to disappear and his parents do not answer his letters, Camp Nightmoon becomes Camp Nightmare.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    ✨Bean's Books✨

    #9 "It's the little camp of horrors!" Camp is always weird your first time going. Strange noises out in the woods, weird acting camp counselors... people disappearing? What could be terrorizing Billy and his new friends at Camp Nightmoon? Another fantastic ending. I never saw it coming! #9 "It's the little camp of horrors!" Camp is always weird your first time going. Strange noises out in the woods, weird acting camp counselors... people disappearing? What could be terrorizing Billy and his new friends at Camp Nightmoon? Another fantastic ending. I never saw it coming!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Alison

    I think this was my favorite goosebumps read of this year (though I only read 3). It kept me on my toes and I couldn’t put it down. I just had to know what happened. It was the creepiest of the 3 that I read too. I will say the ending was quite a big let down, but I’m also used to adult thrillers, which don’t always have happy endings like kids’ books do.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Justin Padilla

    more concise. (January 2010) Billy has just been sent off to Camp Nightmoon by his mom and dad. While on the bus to camp, Billy encounters many characters, such as Mike, the fat kid who's scared of everything; Colin, who wears sunglasses and a red bandana around his long brown hair; Jay, the jockish kid with wild curly red hair and Dawn and Dori, two girls from the Girl Camp faction of Camp Nightmoon. The busdriver stops the vehicle in the middle of a desert on the way to the camp and orders eve more concise. (January 2010) Billy has just been sent off to Camp Nightmoon by his mom and dad. While on the bus to camp, Billy encounters many characters, such as Mike, the fat kid who's scared of everything; Colin, who wears sunglasses and a red bandana around his long brown hair; Jay, the jockish kid with wild curly red hair and Dawn and Dori, two girls from the Girl Camp faction of Camp Nightmoon. The busdriver stops the vehicle in the middle of a desert on the way to the camp and orders everyone out of the bus. He unpacks everyone's belongings then drives off, abandoning the children in the desert. The children are suddenly surrounded by a group of creatures who prepare to slaughter the children until a man shows up on another bus with a rifle and shoots it at the creatures. The creatures run away in fear. The man who saved the children introduces himself as the leader of Camp Nightmoon, Uncle Al. Uncle Al invites the children onto his bus and drives approximately five minutes to the camp from where they were dropped off. Mike and Jay and Colin all bunk together, and while preparing their cabin, Mike finds a pair of poisonous snakes in his bed. Jay jokes around and play pushes Mike into the snakes. Mike is bitten on his hand, which then starts copiously bleeding. He runs off to find the nurse while Billy devises a plan to rid the snakes by wrapping them up in a bedsheet and throwing them outside. This plan is heralded as brave by their bunk's counselor, Larry, who then laughs when he is told that Mike went to find the nurse because there is no nurse. Mike returns and as his hand is described as bleeding profusely onto the floor of the cabin, Larry tells him to just wash his hand and wrap a bandage around it. The boys go to eat dinner around a campfire, where Uncle Al tells them the rules of Camp Nightmoon. The campers have to write home every day to tell their parents what fun they're having. They're not allowed out in the woods or along the river that runs between the boy's and girl's camps. This is peppered with a warning by Uncle Al that the woods are dangerous. Uncle Al also informs the campers that they're not allowed to ever enter the Forbidden Bunk. Jay decides after the fire that he wants to sneak out to see the Forbidden Bunk. Larry overhears him and tells him he probably shouldn't, as the Forbidden Bunk is where the Sabre lurks. Then the boys hear hideous howling from the Forbidden Bunk.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Αταλάντη Ευριπίδου

    I will be copy-pasting this for every Goosebumps novel I'll be reading. On a whim, I decided to read all of the Goosebumps books. Some of them I've read before but, for the most part, I haven't. I won't be giving any stars; this doesn't mean anything about my actual opinion for the books, it only means that I don't think I can realistically, objectively rank 62 books which are not even meant for my age. I did enjoy the ones I read as a child and I am enjoying the ones I'm reading now, so that's w I will be copy-pasting this for every Goosebumps novel I'll be reading. On a whim, I decided to read all of the Goosebumps books. Some of them I've read before but, for the most part, I haven't. I won't be giving any stars; this doesn't mean anything about my actual opinion for the books, it only means that I don't think I can realistically, objectively rank 62 books which are not even meant for my age. I did enjoy the ones I read as a child and I am enjoying the ones I'm reading now, so that's what matters, I believe. Yes, there are some repetitive patterns and, yes, the endings are sometimes silly and, yes, R.L. Stine may not be the best of writers. Still, I feel like I have to commend him for two things in particular: first, for bringing the horror genre early on into our lives and, second, for subtly dealing with important family issues, such as moving away, a parent loosing a job, a accident happening etc. And I think the huge success of these books speaks volumes. So, I'll just be enjoying reading them in the following couple of weeks, not reviewing or evaluating them.

  5. 5 out of 5

    ¸¸.•*¨*•♫ Mrs. Buttercup •*¨*•♫♪

    I wasn't a fan of this story at first, but the last few chapters - and especially the ending - made me change my mind. Not one of my favourite in the series, but not the worst one either! I wasn't a fan of this story at first, but the last few chapters - and especially the ending - made me change my mind. Not one of my favourite in the series, but not the worst one either!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Amber J

    I try to express only my most honest opinion in a spoiler-free way. Unfortunately, there is still always a risk of slight spoilers despite my best efforts. If you feel something in my review is a spoiler please let me know. Thank you. My daughter seemed to enjoy it mostly. But it was a very slow-moving plot and she had a hard time paying attention to the story. Even I did and I was the one reading it. Also, I don't know if it was because I already watched this one as an episode of the tv series, I try to express only my most honest opinion in a spoiler-free way. Unfortunately, there is still always a risk of slight spoilers despite my best efforts. If you feel something in my review is a spoiler please let me know. Thank you. My daughter seemed to enjoy it mostly. But it was a very slow-moving plot and she had a hard time paying attention to the story. Even I did and I was the one reading it. Also, I don't know if it was because I already watched this one as an episode of the tv series, but it felt a bit boring to me. Maybe just not one of my favorites.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sally906

    I avoid the horror genre like the plague so when I am required to read horror for a challenge I turn to children's horror - I can manage that - just! R.L. Stine wrote his Goosbumps series in the 1990s and my daughters devoured them. They are about as scary as I can cope with! Billy is off to his first Summer Camp and a bit nervous about his first time away from his parents. It soon turns out that he has every reason to be nervous. First the camp bus deserts them on the side of the road where they I avoid the horror genre like the plague so when I am required to read horror for a challenge I turn to children's horror - I can manage that - just! R.L. Stine wrote his Goosbumps series in the 1990s and my daughters devoured them. They are about as scary as I can cope with! Billy is off to his first Summer Camp and a bit nervous about his first time away from his parents. It soon turns out that he has every reason to be nervous. First the camp bus deserts them on the side of the road where they are rescued just in time from being attacked by strange furry critters with big teeth. Screams in the night, disappearing campers and badly cooked food all add to building fear and creepiness. Billy is a brave young man and even though he is really scared he still insists on looking for answers. A great twist at the end - very Twilight Zone!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Chantal

    An other kind of book out of the goosebumps series. At times I found this book a little messy. Too many characters and not enough suspense building and A lot happen in the story. Still, I enjoyed it.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Carmen

    Billy is 12 and going to his first overnight camp. First, the bus driver drops them off in the middle of nowhere after putting on a monster mask and scaring the crap out of the kids. Then, while waiting for someone to pick them up, the kids are attacked by these weird creatures. A man called "Uncle Al" shows up and frightens them away by shooting at them with a rifle. Once they actually get to Camp, things are even stranger. There's no nurse or medical aid. Kids are getting injured and disappearin Billy is 12 and going to his first overnight camp. First, the bus driver drops them off in the middle of nowhere after putting on a monster mask and scaring the crap out of the kids. Then, while waiting for someone to pick them up, the kids are attacked by these weird creatures. A man called "Uncle Al" shows up and frightens them away by shooting at them with a rifle. Once they actually get to Camp, things are even stranger. There's no nurse or medical aid. Kids are getting injured and disappearing. There are screams coming every night from the "Forbidden Bunk." Can Billy figure out what's going on? How come Uncle Al and the counselors don't care about children being injured, killed, or going missing? What kind of camp IS this? ... I honestly had no idea what the flip was going on in this book. It was a wild, crazy ride from beginning to end. The camp is obviously highly unsafe from the beginning, with no nurse. Kids get injured or disappear, and nothing is said or done about it. Billy slowly realizes that the mail he's writing his parents isn't being sent and there's no way to contact home. I thought this book was pretty scary. One, you've got kid protagonists, and everyone knows that kids are powerless and at the mercy of adults. Two, the adults they are with aren't even adults who love them, like family. Instead they are in the middle of the country with strangers who are callous and violent. Three, the idea of being at the mercy of the elements and wild animals but being unable to receive any medical attention is terrifying, even for adults - much less 12-year-olds. Of course, there's a INSANE twist ending that I didn't see coming, and actually really enjoyed.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie Gillespie

    Listened to this on audiobook with my son. The story is pretty great. It's a typical scary camp story.I remember I owned this one as a kid, but couldn't remember how it ended. Of course, there's a crazy twist ending. I just love these books ! Listened to this on audiobook with my son. The story is pretty great. It's a typical scary camp story.I remember I owned this one as a kid, but couldn't remember how it ended. Of course, there's a crazy twist ending. I just love these books !

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    Goosebumps was so popular when I was a kid, we would get in fights in the library over who got to check the new one out next. No joke.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kirk

    This was a good one. The creepy atmosphere is established early on, much earlier than the first book in the series. I really felt bad for the protagonist in this one. Scared. The sense of isolation and being trapped sucked. To make it worse, he’s just a kid. What the hell is he going to do to get out of a mess like this. There’s also a collective denial he’s facing. And apathy. It is every kid’s nightmare, I would have to assume. Hell, I have felt like I’m taking crazy pills and no one else seems This was a good one. The creepy atmosphere is established early on, much earlier than the first book in the series. I really felt bad for the protagonist in this one. Scared. The sense of isolation and being trapped sucked. To make it worse, he’s just a kid. What the hell is he going to do to get out of a mess like this. There’s also a collective denial he’s facing. And apathy. It is every kid’s nightmare, I would have to assume. Hell, I have felt like I’m taking crazy pills and no one else seems to notice what’s going on too. It is anxiety inducing. So props to Stine for wrapping a few different kinds of fear up in this one. The first layer of the twist ending was cool too, but seemed like sort of a “eh, I want to be done writing this so BOOM! Ending.” The second layer of the twist was a bit corny, but it didn’t ruin the book or anything 🤷🏻‍♀️ I’m enjoying this foray into juvenile horror so far. It is something I missed as a kid. I watched Are You Afraid of the Dark? But did not read as much as I should have.

  13. 5 out of 5

    David Santos

    Now I know where Ashton Kutcher got it from! This book was very interesting. I've been camping many times, with a group and as a counsler, so I can relate to the story of weird sounds or no sounds at all and people disappearing. (yes they did return) I hated the ending. I guess being a "children's book" they had to end it on a PG note, but my goodness it was such a good book could have been much better towards the end. No science fiction in this book, well almost none and I guess that's why I enjo Now I know where Ashton Kutcher got it from! This book was very interesting. I've been camping many times, with a group and as a counsler, so I can relate to the story of weird sounds or no sounds at all and people disappearing. (yes they did return) I hated the ending. I guess being a "children's book" they had to end it on a PG note, but my goodness it was such a good book could have been much better towards the end. No science fiction in this book, well almost none and I guess that's why I enjoyed it. It was real to me. But again the ending was dumb and confusing. Everytime RL does endings like these I just want to slap him with the book! Really, the boook could have ended solidly without all the weirdness in the end.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Adamaris Jauregui

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. In the book Billy and some people got to a camp called Camp Nightmoon but some people call it camp nightmare.A lot of strange things start to happen ,they heard screams for the forbbiden cabin and some people started to diasappear.I would recommend this book to someone who likes scarey books and action books.I really liked the book because when something big happened it gave a lot of detaile

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly Larreta

    This book was about these kids who went to a camp with their school. When they got to camp the bus driver stopped kicked everyone out and took their stuff out of the bus and left them in the middle of nowhere.I would recommend this book to people who like spooky stories.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Amber

    I always loved the end of these.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Highness Atharva

    This book stands off from the complete Goosebumps series. It is chilling indeed and I was enthusiastic to read "Welcome to Camp Nightmare" cause I've been to a handful if camps while I was younger and its a lot of fun. Err. Not for young Billy, it seems. The Camp Nightmoon (Aka Nightmare) is truly horrifying for young kids and especially the counselors and Uncle Al. The forbidden Room, the Sabre attack, Rogers death, Larry's personality, The girls Camp. Especially Dawn and Dori, The events at th This book stands off from the complete Goosebumps series. It is chilling indeed and I was enthusiastic to read "Welcome to Camp Nightmare" cause I've been to a handful if camps while I was younger and its a lot of fun. Err. Not for young Billy, it seems. The Camp Nightmoon (Aka Nightmare) is truly horrifying for young kids and especially the counselors and Uncle Al. The forbidden Room, the Sabre attack, Rogers death, Larry's personality, The girls Camp. Especially Dawn and Dori, The events at the camp she unbelievable conclusion to the story are the things that I like about the book. The book ends with a not-so-horrifying conclusion and one thing (A big bug) is that Roger is really dead and theres no explanation about the Sabre attack that Roger died in.(If you are reading the review without reading the book you who understand this). I really thought that the Camp administrators were some kind of dead ghosts like in Goosebumps Book #1 but my hopes were dashed. This book is a bit boing at the beginning. But it progresses fast and the story grasps the reader and pulls him in. Great book with nice and scary story and probably this will be the only book which may receive a 4/5. Plot Billy Harlan has just been sent off to Camp Nightmoon by his parents, who are explorers and scientists. While on the bus to camp, Billy encounters many characters, such as Mike, the fat child who is scared of everything; Colin, who wears sunglasses and a red bandanna around his long brown hair; Jay, the jockish child with wild curly red hair and Dawn and Dori, two girls from the Girl Camp fraction of Camp Nightmoon. The bus driver stops the vehicle in the middle of a desert on the way to the camp and orders everyone out of the bus. He unpacks everyone's belongings and drives off, abandoning the children in the desert. The children are suddenly surrounded by a group of creatures who prepare to slaughter the children, until a man shows up on another bus with a rifle and shoots it at the creatures. The creatures run away in fear. The man who saved the children introduces himself as the leader of Camp Nightmoon, Uncle Al. Uncle Al invites the children onto his bus and drives approximately five minutes to the camp from where they were dropped off. Mike and Jay and Colin all bunk together. While preparing their cabin, Mike finds a pair of poisonous snakes in his bed. Jay jokes around and play pushes Mike into the snakes. But Mike gets bitten on his hand, which then starts copiously bleeding. He runs off to find the nurse, while Billy devises a plan to rid the snakes by wrapping them up in a bed sheet and throwing them outside. This plan is heralded as brave by their bunk's counselor, Larry, who then laughs when he is told that Mike went to find the nurse because there is no nurse. Mike returns and as his hand is described as bleeding profusely onto the floor of the cabin, Larry tells him to just wash his hand and wrap a bandage around it. The boys go to eat dinner around a campfire, where Uncle Al tells them the rules of Camp Nightmoon. The campers have to write home every day to tell their parents what fun they're having. They are not allowed out in the forest or along the river that runs between the boy's and girl's camps. This is peppered with a warning by Uncle Al that the forest is dangerous and infested with Tree Bears. Uncle Al also informs the campers that they are not allowed to ever enter the Forbidden Bunk. Jay decides after the fire that he wants to sneak out to see the Forbidden Bunk. Larry overhears him and tells him he probably should not, as the Forbidden Bunk is where theSabre lurks. Then the boys hear hideous howling from the Forbidden Bunk. The next day, the bunkmates are all enlisted to play something called Scratchball. This entails one person throwing a ball as far as they can, then attempting to run all four bases of a baseball diamond before someone catches it. Mike sits this game of Scratchball out, as his hand is swollen. Larry plays his spot and after Colin makes a move he does not appreciate, Larry loses his temper and throws the ball directly at the back of Colin's head. Colin is knocked to the ground and Larry helps both Mike and Colin to the main cabin to see Uncle Al. Billy and Jay go back to the bunk and work on writing their daily letters home. Larry enters with Colin, who is miraculously just a little sore. Billy asks where Mike is but Larry just shrugs and leaves. Later, Billy discovers all of Mike's belongings removed from the cabin, and no one will tell him where Mike went. Later that night, Jay introduces Billy and Colin to some child named Roger when a plan is devised for the two to sneak into the Forbidden Bunk. Billy and Colin decline the invitation to sneak out and Jay and Roger leave for a short time.  Then there are screams and Jay runs back and tells Billy that Roger was attacked and mauled by the Sabre. The three boys lock themselves in the cabin, until morning. When they do leave, they do not see any traces of the previous night's atrocities. They find Larry and tell him what happened to Roger. Larry seems a little confused but agrees to talk to Uncle Al about the missing camper.  Billy goes down with some campers to the river for a swim, where he is met by Larry, who tells him that Uncle Al searched the Forbidden Bunk but could not find any traces of foul play, and what's worse, Uncle Al has no record of there ever being a camper named Roger at Camp Nightmoon. At the river, Billy is accosted by Dawn and Dori, who have swam over from the girl's camp and hid in the bushes for hours on the hopes that Billy would walk by. The girls tell Billy that campers are disappearing from their camp as well, and they plan on making a break for it very soon. The three agree to meet again and Billy takes off back towards the bunk. On the way, he spots a payphone by Uncle Al's offices. He plans to call home to his parents and pleads for them to come to the camp and rescue him and all his friends. Unfortunately, the telephone turns out to be a plastic decoy. Uncle Al walks out of the bunk and informs Billy that campers are not allowed to use the telephone. And also Billy's going on a canoe trip tomorrow. When Billy makes it back to the bunk, he tells Jay and Colin about the girls. Then the three of them decide to write to their parents and tell them precisely what is happening and hope for a speedy rescue. Larry stomps into the cabin and tells Colin and Jay that they are going on a special two camper hike with a counselor named Frank. The two campers and the counselor all mysteriously disappear with no explanation. After trying and failing to get answers out of Larry, Billy stumbles into Uncle Al's office. There, he finds a burlap sack full of all the letters he and his fellow campers had been writing, which have clearly never been mailed at all. When Billy returns to his bunk after dinner, he meets his two new bunkmates, Tommy and Chris, who will also be joining Billy on his canoe trip tomorrow. Tommy and Chris also tell Billy that Uncle Al announced that Visitor's Day has been canceled, so no one's parents will be arriving anytime soon. The next morning, Larry takes Billy, Chris, and Tommy out to the canoe and the four head off downstream. Larry decides he would like to look at the fish in the river. Unfortunately, he leans too far out of the canoe and falls in. Billy bravely abandons his two bunkmates in the canoe and leaves them to float downstream, while he rescues the drowning counselor. Billy pulls Larry to safety and the two walk up the bank of the river back to camp. Larry tells Uncle Al that Billy saved his life. Billy keeps trying to get either Uncle Al or Larry to acknowledge that the two bunkmates were in the canoe, but Uncle Al finally pays attention and scolds Larry on losing his favorite canoe. The next day, Billy is awoken early by Larry. Apparently, Uncle Al has called a surprise morning hike and the whole camp is required to attend. Billy and what's left of his campmates are walking in the forest when Uncle Al instructs his counselors to remove rifles from their bags and pass them out to the children. Two girls have escaped from the girl's camp, Uncle Al informs the campers, and Billy is excited that Dawn and Dori made it out. Uncle Al then instructs the children that they are to find the two girls, who are presumed to be hiding in the forest, and shoot them. Billy refuses this order and instead turns his gun on Uncle Al and fires. The gun does not go off and Uncle Al gets very excited and declares "You've passed the test!"  Dawn and Dori appear from within the forest. So does Jay and Colin and everyone else Billy had met at the camp. Then his parents show up and give him a big congratulatory hug. Billy is told that his parents wanted him to go with them on their next big exploration. But first he needed to be tested by the government to see if he was ready. Uncle Al tells Billy that he passed the test by Obeying Orders (not going into the Forbidden Cabin), Showing Bravery (rescuing Larry from drowning), and Knowing When Not To Follow Orders (refusing to shoot the girls). Billy is told about the strange place they're going to be exploring. A planet called Earth.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ryan Hixson

    Welcome to Camp Nightmare by R. L. Stine is book 9 in the original Goosebumps series. Welcome to Camp Nightmare is scarier than most of the Goosebumps I have read before. The ending is a good twist that is set up from the start with little hints along the way, in my last review of The Girl Who Cried Monster Goosebumps 8 this was a big complaint. The Psychological horror of being stranded and having people go missing, that no one remembers being there in the first place works really well. The Wel Welcome to Camp Nightmare by R. L. Stine is book 9 in the original Goosebumps series. Welcome to Camp Nightmare is scarier than most of the Goosebumps I have read before. The ending is a good twist that is set up from the start with little hints along the way, in my last review of The Girl Who Cried Monster Goosebumps 8 this was a big complaint. The Psychological horror of being stranded and having people go missing, that no one remembers being there in the first place works really well. The Welcome to Camp Nightmare 2 part episode from Goosebumps was a childhood favorite of mine, there's minor differences a one plot point change that I liked better than the book. There's a real lack of false scares in this one only one at the beginning, which is the smallest amont in a Goosebumps book so far. The book uses every camping horror trope but twist it and makes it fun. I'm reading these Goosebumps books in order and giving to my three nephews, and they will like this one a lot. The Plot: Billy is going to his first Overnight camping trip for the summer at Camp Nightmoon. Billy makes fast friends on the bus with his bunk mates of Cabin 4 Jay, Colin, and Mike. The trip starts off bad as there are snakes found in Mike's bunk and bite him right at the start. Mike's hand starts swelling and is told there is no nurse. Larry the older cabin leader is relaxed and says cold water and a bandage are all it takes. Mike goes off to treat his wound and is not heard from again as all his stuck is removed. Mike is the first of many campers to disappear that no one but Billy seems to remember. Billy really freaks out when he finds out the phone is fake and the letters he's been told to write are undelivered. Billy is in Camp Nightmare, not Nightmoon. What I Liked: Billy makes a lot of smart choices. The reveal of the fake phone was pretty great. The first scare with the desert creatures could has been one of my favorite scares of the series so far. The Bus driver scaring them, the not saying another word worked really well as he starts dumping their stuff. I loved all the clues to the ending, pay attention to the way the land and sky are described. The final twist was pretty good. I liked Larry the do nothing relaxed camp counselor. The scares are pretty good for the most part. What I Disliked: The forbidden bunk was never really used, that's why I like the TV episode so much better, because you have this device the forbidden bunk already set up, why not learn the history of it. I thought the plot point towards the end where Billy was asked to shoot things was okay but not explained enough. Recommendations: Welcome to Camp Nightmare worked really well, and gave off some good scares. It was one of the easiest stories to get into so far. It made me remember my sleep over camp days and a lot of the stuff that I was afraid of. I rated Welcome to Camp Nightmare 4 out of 5 stars, and it ranks third out of the Goosebumps books that I have already read. Here's my full ranking of the 9 Goosebumps books that I have read in order to my favorite to least favorite Stay Out of the Basement, Night of the Living Dummy, Welcome to Camp Nightmare, The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb, Say Cheese and Die, Let's Get Invisible, Welcome to Dead House, The Girl who Cried Monster, and Monster Blood.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Farren

    I was pretty sure I remembered the reveal of this book, but not the why. And even though I was right, I still enjoyed this book a lot more than the most of the others I've reread so far this month. I was pretty sure I remembered the reveal of this book, but not the why. And even though I was right, I still enjoyed this book a lot more than the most of the others I've reread so far this month.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Love Solman

    First goosebumps book since I was a kid and now I remember why I loved them so much.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Fox

    So, this book had some merits as far as a decent Goosebumps book goes. Once more, an eye-roll for the ending and the unforgivable nature of things like the Forbidden Bunk never being explored. Welcome to Camp Nightmare is effective in eliciting the fear of a kid being thrust into the utter unknown of summer camp. One by one it makes every fear a kid in a first time sleep away camp might have real. No nurse. No way to contact home. Kids getting hurt and going missing with no explanation or care, So, this book had some merits as far as a decent Goosebumps book goes. Once more, an eye-roll for the ending and the unforgivable nature of things like the Forbidden Bunk never being explored. Welcome to Camp Nightmare is effective in eliciting the fear of a kid being thrust into the utter unknown of summer camp. One by one it makes every fear a kid in a first time sleep away camp might have real. No nurse. No way to contact home. Kids getting hurt and going missing with no explanation or care, counselors hurting kids... the list goes on and on. It's effective in that sense, and actually a bit disturbing in some of the cruelty. The baseball to the head actually made me wince reading it. The ending knocked a star off for me. It was both obvious and just... ridiculous. But I'm not the target audience.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Danny

    Ahhh, the Goosebump days. I would borrow so many of these from the library they seriously considered extending my limit of books checked out at one time. R.L. Stine you were a reprieve from a harsh and dreary childhood in which my mind wandered far away from the troubles of the day. I stole books into my bed and read far into the night by the faintest of lights. I might have better eyesight were it not for you; however, I regret not one page or line.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Nicola Mansfield

    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 there, things get dangerous, spooky, kids disappear, etc. until the final twist ending. Which is pretty good even though I did figure it out but what you don't see coming is the extra, extra twist on the last page, last paragraph that cues that awesome Twilight Zone music for a super horror story ending. Fun! 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 there, things get dangerous, spooky, kids disappear, etc. until the final twist ending. Which is pretty good even though I did figure it out but what you don't see coming is the extra, extra twist on the last page, last paragraph that cues that awesome Twilight Zone music for a super horror story ending. Fun!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Edward Ledesma

    I thought this book was good because R.L Stine described the book very well like telling us that the clouds were blocking the sky.I recommend this book to any who loves scary stories/creepy.To me this book was really good and I feel like R.L Stine put a lot of thought in this book.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    I really wasn't expecting that ending.It was pretty good. I really wasn't expecting that ending.It was pretty good.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Alejandro Fernandez

    My book was kinda of boring and kind of funny.My opinion on this book is that it is a good book to read and it is enjoyable.I recommend this book to my friend Jose because he likes goosebumps books.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ken

    I've always been a fan of this one, I practically liked how the different Chapter Cliffhangers are so varied. I've always been a fan of this one, I practically liked how the different Chapter Cliffhangers are so varied.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Elena Leyva

    **I read this book in participation of the Goosebumps-a-long hosted by Richard Denny** Literally would’ve never thought the ending would end the way it did. This book is so good at the ending of every chapter it has you wanting to continue to read so I read this book in one sitting as you can see. RL Stine is simply a genius he literally has you not knowing how his stories are going to end and he has you on the edge of your seat throughout his books. he has you wondering and doing deductive reaso **I read this book in participation of the Goosebumps-a-long hosted by Richard Denny** Literally would’ve never thought the ending would end the way it did. This book is so good at the ending of every chapter it has you wanting to continue to read so I read this book in one sitting as you can see. RL Stine is simply a genius he literally has you not knowing how his stories are going to end and he has you on the edge of your seat throughout his books. he has you wondering and doing deductive reasoning while you’re reading to find out what’s going on and how to help the main character(s) and it’s just simply amazing how he tells these crazy stories in a short amount of pages. Highly recommend 5 stars.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sam

    Not entirely sure how to rate this fairly as this is the first Goosebumps book I’ve read since I was a kid. I have nothing to compare it to, so I may change it later. I will say though, that the ending was unexpected and reminded me of The Twilight Zone (this is a good thing).

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Nessler

    The 9th installment in the Goosebumps series. This takes place at a camp "Camp Nightmoon", what sounds like fun turns out to be...Yet another intriguing story from Stine. The 9th installment in the Goosebumps series. This takes place at a camp "Camp Nightmoon", what sounds like fun turns out to be...Yet another intriguing story from Stine.

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