Book Review: Welcome to Camp Nightmare

A review of Welcome to Camp Nightmare by R.L. Stine.

I thought that this was a pretty good book. I wasn’t scared, I am sixteen years old. But I still enjoy reading kid’s books very much. I’ve said before that R.L. Stine is a very good writer. I can’t wait for more of his books.

The ending of this book was the only thing I didn’t like. Through the whole book I was entertained, but he lost me at the ending. But for anyone under twelve years old I would highly suggest this book.

It’s perfect for summer reading. (I wouldn’t take this book with you if you were going camping) it was one of those books that you’re sad when it’s over. Reading this book made me want to buy all of the Goosebumps’ collection. That was before I knew there was like eighty of them.

But do not borrow this book from a library or a friend. Buy it! You’ll want to read it again and again.

Preface: the food isn’t great. The counselors area little strange. And the camp director, Uncle Al, seems sort of demented. Okay, so Billy can handle all that, but then his fellow campers start to disappear. What’s going on? Why won’t his parents answer his letters? What’s lurking out there after dark? Camp Nightmoon is turning into camp nightmare! And Billy might be next…

I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did! Thanks for reading everyone.

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