Reviews for A Night in Terror Tower, by R.L. Stine

sphynxreads's review

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5.0

This was my first ever Goosebumps read and it's still my favorite. Just the right amount of scare for kids, but what I loved most about this one was the mystery and the big reveal towards the end.

caffeinatedbibliophile's review

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4.0

I only vaguely remembered this one, but I did remember really loving it the first time I read it when I was about 9, I think. I was obsessed with the middle ages, and especially the less pleasant aspects they didn't teach us much about in school, so I was even more excited than usual to get this Goosebumps book. This time around, not much has changed. I'm still generally interested in the same kinds of things I was back then, and I still really enjoyed this book.

All the Goosebumps books are short, quick reads, and this one is jammed with action almost from the very beginning. While I was reading, it took me a while to remember what happened with Eddie and Sue I remembered as soon as they got to the tower cell that they were the prince and princess, but I couldn't remember how they'd ended up so far in the future. After I remembered that, I still couldn't remember how the book ended, so it was almost like reading it for the first time again, which was kind of awesome.

Basically, even about 20 years later, I still love the Goosebumps books, and I'm glad to find one of my childhood favorites was still fun to read as an adult.

dannireadsallthetime's review

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4.0

This one was actually quite creepy. This is up there as one of my favourite goosebumps.

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