welcome to the dead house

welcome to the dead house Amanda and Josh think the old house they have just moved into is weird Spooky Possibly haunted And the town of Dark Falls is pretty strange too But their parents don t believe them You ll get used to

  • Title: welcome to the dead house
  • Author: R.L. Stine
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  • Page: 237
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  • Amanda and Josh think the old house they have just moved into is weird Spooky Possibly haunted And the town of Dark Falls is pretty strange, too But their parents don t believe them You ll get used to it, they say Go out and make some new friends So Amanda and Josh do But these creepy new friends are not exactly what their parents had in mind.Because they wantAmanda and Josh think the old house they have just moved into is weird Spooky Possibly haunted And the town of Dark Falls is pretty strange, too But their parents don t believe them You ll get used to it, they say Go out and make some new friends So Amanda and Josh do But these creepy new friends are not exactly what their parents had in mind.Because they want to be friendsForever.

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    1. Goosebumpy alright!This is the first book of the original book series of “Goosebumps”CREEPY GOOD BOOKObviously I wasn’t expecting a scary bloody tale, since this is Goosebumps, not H.P. Lovecraft, but I am glad to say that the book is quite well written, with an engaging narrative and a kinda of “cliffhanger” or “shocking last line” on each chapter making you to keep reading.I found ingenious that the main character (and narrator of the story) is a teenage girl, due this is the fir [...]

    2. Alright ladies and gentlemen,The first book of the fabled classic Goosebumps.The house is a freebie. Is haunted.The entire town is, as well. Two siblings discover that fears do come true.Very well drawn up from the master of scare Mr. Stine.The story bears a classic uniqueness of Stine but a cliffhanger ending is his trademark.Turning back my high-school library years, it made my bone chill, yet again.Take all the stars!

    3. When it comes to horror movies I like them the same way I like my pizza- extra cheesy. However, the same cannot be said of my horror books. Back when I was a young lady little turd, my favorite place in the world was a tiny library in an old fashioned town called Henderson. My aunt lived up the road, and when I say up, I mean it literally. Once I had a bag full of books I had to lug them up a hill that felt like it would never end. My siblings and I spent a lot of time there in the summers becau [...]

    4. There's something off about the old house Amanda's dad inherited from a deceased uncle he's never heard of. A cold breeze made me shiver. It was actually a beautiful, hot summer day. But the closer we got to the house, the colder I felt. Welcome to Dead House offers a satisfying blend of camp and creepiness: I started up the stairs and then stopped. Above me on the landing stood a strange girl, about my age, with short black hair. She was smiling down at me, not a warm smile, not a friendly smil [...]

    5. Fun little read. It reminded me of that Tales From the Crypt TV show I used to love as a kid. Yep, full on nostalgia hit! Plus bonus points for the cool cover. And yeah, I know that should't matter, but c'mon! Who doesn't love a nice cover?!

    6. I read this because I promised my 11 year old that I would read it with him. He hates to read anything that isn't a comic book, or at the very least, in graphic novel format. Since he loves all things creepy, I thought that this would be a great way to finally get the kid to read something with actual chapters! I think this is probably as close to perfect as it gets for a reluctant reader like my son. The chapter are short (two or three pages at the most), and yet packed with super-creepy stuff. [...]

    7. So, my friend Stepheny put it out there that she wanted to read these this summer and was all I raised my hand. Because when I was a kid, I LOVED these books. They came out around the time I turned 10, and I was that kid who read anything and everything I could. I was the girl who WANTED reading homework. I looked forward to the Book Fair all year long. I did the summer reading program and read circles around my classmates. By the time these books were being published, I was already reading the [...]

    8. “We killed someone who was already dead.”There, that one sentence just about sums up how ridiculous the concept of this book is.I remember the time when I first started reading, which was some four years ago. Our school library was so poorly stocked. The only books it held were the many different editions of classic books and THESE. Goosebumps books. I used to read them and love them then, but now, I don’t even want to think I used to love them once.The PlotAmanda and Josh are not at all h [...]

    9. 4 STARS!Read the original audio book from the 90s on YouTube. It was just as awesome and spooky as I remember it. :)

    10. Amanda and Josh didn't want to move to their new house. It's creepy - they see the faces of children in the windows and hear them whispering and giggling in their rooms. Nobody can turn down a free house, though, and they inherited from their dead uncle in a stroke of luck (I'm not sure "luck" would be the word I'd use). At least the kids in the neighborhood are nice. Well, except for that time they surrounded the siblings in a circle while holding baseball bats in a threatening manner.And Petey [...]

    11. So it’s like this. 12 year old Amanda and her 11 year old little brother Josh aren’t too thrilled about being uprooted from the house they’ve lived in their entire life just because some dead Uncle Charlie (that no one even knew anyway) left their Dad a house in his will. But here they are in Dark Falls anyway, because really, there’s only so much whining and complaining a kid can do. So like I said, now we’re at this creepy old house covered in shade trees (along with the rest of the [...]

    12. Το σπίτι των νεκρών,το πρώτο βιβλίο της παιδικής σειράς τρόμου “Ανατριχίλες”,είναι κατάλληλο για παιδιά που αγαπούν τα μικρά,ευκολοδιάβαστα βιβλία περιπέτειας και μυστηρίου. Θα τους κρατήσουν σε εγρήγορση αλλά δε νομίζω να τους φέρουν εφιάλτες τα βράδια,καθώς οι ανατριχ [...]

    13. وعودة مرة آخري مع صرخة الرعب ولكن هذه المرة مع قصة قرأتها سابقاً أعتقد أني قرأتها في المرحلة الأبتدائية أو أول الأعدادية وأربعة نجوم هو تقييمي وقتها للرواية لو قيمتها علي قرائتي الثانية ستكون حوالي نجمتين أو نجمتين ونصف ولكن للإنصاف ما زال تسارع الأحداث المُفاجئ الذي يتم [...]

    14. "Where is everyone?" I asked, looking up and down the empty street. "It's really dead around here, huh?"He chuckled. "Yeah, I guess you could say that." TALK ABOUT FORESHADOWING. GOOD ONE, STINE. I decided this year would FINALLY be my Year of Stine. I couldn't resist. I wanted to jump into the books of my young adolescent life. I've got to tell you, this is going to be super fun for me. Reading Welcome To Dead House was like a blast from my youth past. I used to love this book. Like a lot. It w [...]

    15. Guess what time it is, guys? Time for a walk down memory lane. It’s October so naturally I’ve been immersing myself in all things scary and one night I was reminiscing about where my love of horror began and I started thinking about revisiting Goosebumps. Well, it happened. First off, do you realize the first Goosebumps came out in 1992?No, it was not, thus making me feel officially fucking ancient I’ll tell you what. I love the idea of re-reading my childhood favorites, but what happens i [...]

    16. This is the first entry and probably the best Goosebumps (right up there with Terror Tower and One Night in Horrorland). My nostalgia filter might be running a bit high when I rate it a solid five-star, but there are reasons to love it still. It's aged a lot better than some of the series, as well.For one, this series, starting with Dead House, got so many kids into reading that wouldn't normally have. And I do mean MANY. These books were (and still are) the "In" thing for kids who love spooky s [...]

    17. 5 Words:I never was a fan.I never was a fan of Goosebumps There was something about those stuck up, nasty, selfish brats that never appealed to me.And this first book is perhaps one of the worst. Josh is such a brat, such a spoiled little Yeah, these little shits frustrate me so much. I can't even put them into words. Chav comes to mind.

    18. Welcome to Dead House was the first book in the Goosebumps book series. I read it in our allotted library hours back in my elementary school. I appreciated this a lot more because this was my first goosebumps book. The story starts with Josh and Amanda moving with their parents into a relic of a house willed to them by their late uncle. Amanda and Josh felt sad about their uncle and they are not too thrilled about the new house or town. Amanda tries to give a chance on liking the new place but s [...]

    19. 3 StarsReader beware - you're in for a scare!It's still easy to see why the various Goosebumps series were such a big phenomenon in the 90's. They balance the creepy and the fun with expert appeal. Kids eat this stuff up! Hell, I once ate this stuff up. In fact, this particular series can actually be attributed to the start of my reading obsession as a child, and I couldn't be more grateful.I was about 8 when I read this book for the first time and I know it scared the bejesus out of me! I'm not [...]

    20. Readers beware…Similar to many young boys, library visits in my youth consisted of hunting down and searching for the Goosebumps series! I was already familiar with the TV show, but was particularly drawn to the horror and built up tension entailed within each book. R.L Stine’s Goosebumps series made me willingly read for the first time; and this appetite for horror has continued with particular interest in Stephen King novels.Welcome to Dead House is the first title of the Goosebumps series [...]

    21. Actual Rating: 3.5 StarsAfter watching the movie Goosebumps I have decided to read this series. This is very popular way back when I still in school and at that time this stories creeps the hell out of kids who reads them. I remember I don't usually read this kind of genre in books before. Now as I finished this one this particular book was not that scary but yeah it was kind of creepy and the way it was written would very much appeal to younger readers. The characters are very well relatable si [...]

    22. Decent horror for kids. Read it back in the early 90s, growing up. Got quite caught up by the Goosebumps craze at the time. Don't know if I could read it now, though.

    23. How come I've never heard of this series before? Three hundred fifty million of these books were sold, most of them in the nineties. I guess I was way too busy back then. (I really was.) So I decided to read a bunch of them. Welcome to Dead House was the first Goosebumps book published so it was a good start. A sister and a brother (13 and 12) are moving to a new house that their dad inheritted from his uncle. From the get go, something seems wrong with the house. They see some strange people, t [...]

    24. And now I remember what it feels like to be a kid again discovering horror for the first time in books. Like many other young Constant Readers, R.L. Stine was my guide into this literary genre. While the stories themselves may not be terrifying to to us as adults, I think we can all still find enjoyment and entertainment from them as well as appreciate R.L. Stine for the gift he gives the younger readers. I forgot how the series title on the cover of the book is textured to give a blood or ooze [...]

    25. I read this for my children's materials class and decided it would be fun to listen to it on audiobook. I've read a lot of the goosebumps books because they were my favorites as a child. I think I may actually go ahead and do a re-read of the rest of the series. This one was not that scary although I did enjoy the ending. It focuses on two kids who move with their family to a new house. Unfortunately, there is a twist associated with the new house and the families that live in this new town. I t [...]

    26. Another of the 90s series I read as I kid that I'm re-visiting as an adult. Goosebumps more than any of the others still holds up as awesome and re-readable. It makes me happy that they exist in the world. I wish my kiddos were slightly lessraid of absolutely everythinge I'd love to read these to them. As it is, that wouldn't go over so well, so I'll just enjoy them BY MYSELF.

    27. Bed time story for my daughter. It was fun reading it to her; big nostalgia read for me. One of my favorite series when I was a kid. I'm glad I can share my favorites with her.

    28. Πρέπει να πρωτοδιάβασα το συγκεκριμένο βιβλίο όταν πήγαινα στην Δ' Δημοτικού. Βρισκόταν στη δανειστική βιβλιοθήκη του σχολείου και ακόμα θυμάμαι πόσο μεγάλη έκπληξη είχα νιώσει που ένα βιβλίο τρόμου βρισκόταν ανάμεσα σε εκείνα την κλασσικής λογοτεχνίας. Κι επειδή από εκε [...]

    29. ¡A la cuarta va la vencida! Ah no, espera; era a la tercera. ¡Es igual! El cuarto libro de la serie; por fin uno que descubro releyéndolo ahora, siendo más mayor, que perfectamente podría dar miedo a un niño; público al que están destinados estos libros. En cuanto al tema principal de este libro: la tan trillada historia de una casa encantada. Un matrimonio junto a sus dos hijos deciden mudarse a una casa que recientemente han heredado de un pariente que no conocían; sucesos paranormale [...]

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