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R. L. Stine – A Night in Terror Tower | Review

Title: A Night in Terror Tower

Author: R. L. Stine

Type: Fiction

Page Count/Review Word Count: 140

Rating: 8/10


R. L. Stine - A Night in Terror Tower

R. L. Stine – A Night in Terror Tower


This book, which is yet another in Stine’s Goosebumps series of horror books for kids, follows the exploits of Sue and Eddie, as they travel to London from America to visit the famous Terror Tower, which is modelled on the Tower of London. Only some strange stuff happens – they lose their group, and find themselves locked up in the dark, all alone.

It’s fun, but it’s not the best of the Goosebumps books. Still, it’s well-written and entertaining, and guaranteed to keep youngsters busy until they finish reading it. If you’re reading it to them, perhaps you’ll have a bit of fun, too. Just be sure not to read it to them before bedtime!


R. L. Stine

R. L. Stine


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