وحش المدينة

  • Title: وحش المدينة
  • Author: R.L. Stine رجاء عبد الله
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 262
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. 3,5 más bien.Me estaba gustando bastante, pero para mi gusto el final lo estropea un poco. Esta vez el giro no ha funcionado

    2. The book that I read today was mostly about two best friends named zackie and a girl named Alex. They are both best friends and zackie longs to become a famous scary story writer some day. One day, a storm strikes their town causing a few houses and shops to break down. After the storm, zackie and Alex finds a store that was totally wrecked. Zackie chooses to go in it, but Alex thinks it's a bad idea, but he goes anyway. Alex has no choice to follow zackie into the shop. Then, zackie finds a old [...]

    3. Ομολογώ πως το βιβλίο ήταν διασκεδαστικό και πως έπιασα τον εαυτό μου να γελάει σε πολλά σημεία, αλλά μάλλον κάπου χάθηκε το τόπι. Σαφέστατα και η σειρά των "Ανατριχίλων" χαρακτηρίζεται από την αρμονική συνύπαρξη του τρομακτικού και του κωμικού στοιχείου, αλλά στην προκειμ [...]

    4. This was an interesting story. I liked it because I love goosebumps books and movies. I've always liked "scary stories" My mom and brothers never understand that though This book was about a kid finding a typewriter in a rundown shop and starting to write his own story. The interesting thing is that everything that the kid wrote came true. At first, the kid thought it was just a coincidence that everything was happening as he wrote it but the more he wrote the more suspicious he got. He told a f [...]

    5. I really liked this one. Can you imagine typing a story and everything coming true? That'd be awesome. Imagine my book coming to life. Oh Jessica where art thou? A well written book. Alex, a girl, was very smart and a good friend, imagine having someone sit there next to you as you type your story.r mind, that can't get annoying. Anywho, the book was good up until (if you've read my other reviews, I think you know what I'm about to say) Yup, the ending. Chapter 33, the final chapter did not have [...]

    6. This book is a about a boy who goes to an damaged antique shop and finds an old typewriter there. The store person sells it to him for free. But what the boy realizes later on is that everyone that he types in the typewriter comes true, and he created a pretty scary story.I would recommend this book to a classmate. The book took me by surprise and made want to know more and more of the story. Horror is very evident in this book, and that is why I recommend it to anyone who likes scary.

    7. 3.25 stars. I really enjoyed the plot of this novel. Plus the ending was pretty hilarious. Review to come.

    8. Zackie Beauchamp is a young boy who wrote a story about himself and his best friend Alex Iarocci. Then a blob attacks Zackie and Alex, but it turns out it is really a story that Zackie wrote to entertain his friends during a boring Spring Break day. Alex likes the story a lot. Zackie's other friend, Adam Levin, mocks it. Zackie reveals his goal in life is to be a great horror writer. Adam makes a big deal about how he never gets scared, and then gets horrified by a cat.Later that night, Zackie a [...]

    9. This book is, of course, very similar to other Goosebumps books in terms of its writing style, but I did quite enjoy this one because of the plot – it reminded me of the kind of thing that Stephen King would come up with. It follows the story of a kid called Zackie who comes into possession of a magical typewriter which makes everything you write on it come true. And of course, there’s a twist at the end. Sounds like Stephen King to me, although Stine’s style is vastly different. It’s St [...]

    10. The narrator is Zackie Beauchamp. His best friend is a girl named Alex Iarocci. Then a blob attacks Zackie and Alex, but it turns out it is really a story that Zackie wrote to entertain his friends during a boring Spring Break day. Alex likes the story a lot. Zackie's other friend, Adam Levin, mocks it. Zackie reveals his goal in life is to be a great horror writer. Adam makes a big deal about how he never gets scared, and then gets scared by a cat. Later that night, Zackie and Alex stumble upon [...]

    11. I liked reading Goosebumps: The Blob That Ate Everyone .The character that I did not like was Adam because he was being mean to Zackie and Alex. Toward the end of the story, the blob monster came alive and Zackie saw the people running but he did not know what was going on until he saw the blob monster. Zackie was so scared he did not know what to do. The blob monster grabbed Zackie. Zackie was scared when he saw two policemen running toward him with the night sticks.

    12. Interesting!! Zackie found Old typewriter and whatever he writes on it, it will become true. At the end, he realizes that the power doesn’t come from the typewriter but from himself. Plot Twist in the last chapter is quite good but it would be more fascinating if the writer gave more explanation to the power Zackie possesses and no twist at the end. I would give 4.5 or 5 stars if there were no twist at the end, so 3.5 star for this one.

    13. This book is awesome, but the ending is boring, so boring! The first thing I like was that Zackie has the power; he can stop it all. Something that is crazy is that Zackie is dumb because he writes that the BloB monster will attack. The ending is boring because it has a happy ending; I don't like happy endings.

    14. As a child I wanted to be a writer, and so the idea of a typewriter that could make the stories you wrote on it come true really appealed to me. I thought it was super cool, and that was the part of this book that I liked the most. While the ending wasn't the best in Goosebumps history, the rest of the book made up for that. Definitely one I have always enjoyed!

    15. This was one of my favorite Goosebumps books as a child and I still really really love it--it's just a fun time, man. I like the main character, I like the plot, and the stupid twist is stupid enough to be fun. I like it. I like it a lot. A lot of fun, man. One of my favorites, but not as good as Monster Blood.

    16. I took off a star because i have a problem with the climax. I like the set-up. I found the bullies to be a little too annoying. I don't get why the character is best friends with one of his bullies. Writing was really good. R.L Stine is a genius.

    17. I like this book for several reasons. My favorite part was when Zackie got shocked and fainted. I was amazed when I found out that Zackie had the powers, not the typewriter. I like the ending, too! liked everything! I like the part when Adam gets wet in the rain.

    18. The theme of this one was interesting. The strange typewriter an excellent way to convey to the reader what is going on.The first ending was weaker but the second one intriguing.A good and exciting book for children of all ages.

    19. The title is absolutely silly, and no one in their right mind would find that scary. But judging the book by its title alone won't do this one justice. I don't want to spoil you, so I'm not going to write about its plot here.

    20. ¿Que qué haría yo si todo lo que deseo se hace realidad? Pues el Betis ganaba la liga de fijo y el topless se instauraría como forma de vestir obligatoria en verano

    21. R.L. Stine really turned it around with the last few Goosbumps stories. " How I Learned to Fly" was one of the worst, if not the worst, Goosbumps in the series. But the next three , ending with "The Blob that Ate Everyone" are really good.Zackie loves to write scary stories. One day, he finds an old typewriter in a damaged building. While also in the building, he is shocked by some sort of blue electricity. Zackie begins writing on his antique typewriter and everything he writes come true. His s [...]

    22. This is one of those Goosebumps book whose cover I would see everywhere, and that I immediately got the reference to. Who didn't giggle at the thought of The Blob? It's an absurd concept, and apparently one that 'Zackie', the protagonist of this book, believes is wholly original.Zackie wants to be a famous horror writer. He spends a lot of his spare time making up stories, but apparently the idea of a wholly original story is a bit beyond him. All of his stories involve his town and his friends, [...]

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