Escape from Shudder Mansion

Escape from Shudder Mansion

In an old-fashioned "trapped-in-a-haunted-house" story, twins Riley and Scarlett receive an interesting assignment from their teacher, Mrs. Stermon. Everyone in class needs to do a documentary video about an adventure, something exciting that they experienced. Mrs. Stermon gives them a suggestion, along with their friends Carter, Lee, Danitia, and Mia. She shows them a bro In an old-fashioned "trapped-in-a-haunted-house" story, twins Riley and Scarlett receive an interesting assignment from...

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Title:Escape from Shudder Mansion
Author:R.L. Stine
Rating:
Genres:Horror
ISBN:1338222996
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:136 pages pages

Escape from Shudder Mansion Reviews

  • Earline
    Jul 09, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

    Definitely my favorite of the SlappyWorld series so far. One of Stine's more unique stories, I highly recommend this one. ...

    Awesome ending ...

    My stepson said this is the best RL Stine book he's read! ...

  • Josiah
    Oct 28, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

  • Billy
    Jul 25, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

  • Valerie Simpson
    Nov 15, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

    Definitely my favorite of the SlappyWorld series so far. One of Stine's more unique stories, I highly recommend this one. ...

    Awesome ending ...

    My stepson said this is the best RL Stine book he's read! ...

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  • Wolverinefactor
    Jul 09, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

    Definitely my favorite of the SlappyWorld series so far. One of Stine's more unique stories, I highly recommend this one. ...

    Awesome ending ...

    My stepson said this is the best RL Stine book he's read! ...

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  • Markie
    Jun 29, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

    Definitely my favorite of the SlappyWorld series so far. One of Stine's more unique stories, I highly recommend this one. ...

    Awesome ending ...

    My stepson said this is the best RL Stine book he's read! ...

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  • American Mensa
    Aug 13, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

  • Justin Tate
    Jun 27, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

  • Rachel Teitsma
    Aug 18, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

    Definitely my favorite of the SlappyWorld series so far. One of Stine's more unique stories, I highly recommend this one. ...

    Awesome ending ...

    My stepson said this is the best RL Stine book he's read! ...

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  • Jennette
    Jul 05, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

    Definitely my favorite of the SlappyWorld series so far. One of Stine's more unique stories, I highly recommend this one. ...

    Awesome ending ...

    My stepson said this is the best RL Stine book he's read! ...

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  • Hew France
    Jun 27, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

  • Dave Sloan
    May 06, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

    Definitely my favorite of the SlappyWorld series so far. One of Stine's more unique stories, I highly recommend this one. ...

    Awesome ending ...

    My stepson said this is the best RL Stine book he's read! ...

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  • Zid Lou
    Oct 10, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

    Definitely my favorite of the SlappyWorld series so far. One of Stine's more unique stories, I highly recommend this one. ...

    Awesome ending ...

    My stepson said this is the best RL Stine book he's read! ...

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  • Anish Prasad
    Nov 25, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

    Definitely my favorite of the SlappyWorld series so far. One of Stine's more unique stories, I highly recommend this one. ...

    Awesome ending ...

    My stepson said this is the best RL Stine book he's read! ...

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  • Melissa
    Nov 05, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

    Definitely my favorite of the SlappyWorld series so far. One of Stine's more unique stories, I highly recommend this one. ...

    Awesome ending ...

    My stepson said this is the best RL Stine book he's read! ...

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  • Raleigh F
    Nov 22, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

    Definitely my favorite of the SlappyWorld series so far. One of Stine's more unique stories, I highly recommend this one. ...

    Awesome ending ...

    My stepson said this is the best RL Stine book he's read! ...

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  • Lili
    Aug 10, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

  • Rachel
    Sep 15, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

    Definitely my favorite of the SlappyWorld series so far. One of Stine's more unique stories, I highly recommend this one. ...

    Awesome ending ...

    My stepson said this is the best RL Stine book he's read! ...

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  • Qing Yang
    Jul 05, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

    Definitely my favorite of the SlappyWorld series so far. One of Stine's more unique stories, I highly recommend this one. ...

    Awesome ending ...

    My stepson said this is the best RL Stine book he's read! ...

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  • Ezgi
    Oct 18, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

    Definitely my favorite of the SlappyWorld series so far. One of Stine's more unique stories, I highly recommend this one. ...

    Awesome ending ...

    My stepson said this is the best RL Stine book he's read! ...

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  • Erica Locke
    Sep 30, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

    Definitely my favorite of the SlappyWorld series so far. One of Stine's more unique stories, I highly recommend this one. ...

    Awesome ending ...

  • Green Jazz Blues
    Nov 21, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

  • Abe Gruber
    Sep 08, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

    Definitely my favorite of the SlappyWorld series so far. One of Stine's more unique stories, I highly recommend this one. ...

    Awesome ending ...

    My stepson said this is the best RL Stine book he's read! ...

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  • Travis Ross
    Oct 21, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

    Definitely my favorite of the SlappyWorld series so far. One of Stine's more unique stories, I highly recommend this one. ...

    Awesome ending ...

    My stepson said this is the best RL Stine book he's read! ...

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  • Robin
    May 06, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

    Definitely my favorite of the SlappyWorld series so far. One of Stine's more unique stories, I highly recommend this one. ...

    Awesome ending ...

    My stepson said this is the best RL Stine book he's read! ...

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  • Siddhant Chandrahar Shinde
    Nov 09, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

    Definitely my favorite of the SlappyWorld series so far. One of Stine's more unique stories, I highly recommend this one. ...

    Awesome ending ...

    My stepson said this is the best RL Stine book he's read! ...

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  • Brandi
    Nov 27, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

    Definitely my favorite of the SlappyWorld series so far. One of Stine's more unique stories, I highly recommend this one. ...

  • Magul
    Sep 05, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

    Definitely my favorite of the SlappyWorld series so far. One of Stine's more unique stories, I highly recommend this one. ...

    Awesome ending ...

    My stepson said this is the best RL Stine book he's read! ...

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  • Armour Powell
    Oct 23, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

    Definitely my favorite of the SlappyWorld series so far. One of Stine's more unique stories, I highly recommend this one. ...

    Awesome ending ...

    My stepson said this is the best RL Stine book he's read! ...

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  • Austin
    Nov 28, 2018

    Unfortunately Shudder Mansion is no Dead House. It lacks a clear vision which is usually Stine's signature strength. It can't quite decide if it's going to be a video game story or a haunted house story and ends up being neither. Much of the book focuses on distractions and nonsense sc...

    R.L. Stine never runs out of ideas, does he? In this fifth Goosebumps SlappyWorld episode we meet twelve-year-old Riley Shiner and his sister Scarlet, twins who couldn't be much different. Riley is a nervous type and loves video games, while Scarlet is relaxed and naturally funny, maki...

    Honestly, one of the best entries in the 'SlappyWorld' series. The ending is a little bit of a stretch, but, on the whole, not bad. ...

    4-4.5 stars Escape from Shudder Mansion is the fifth book in the Goosebumps SlappyWorld series. Remember Slappy from the Goosebumps series? As I child I find the stories with him to be the creepiest and most thrilling ones. In this book he is not the antagonist monster/creature but ...

    "It's too late...it's the beast!" The famous video game, "Escape from Shudder Mansion," is based on an old house in Riley Shiner's neighborhood. As part of a school assignment, the characters are sent to have an adventure in it. Cal is this book's main character. Cal has a twin siste...

    I'm a big fan of haunted house stories, so naturally I was excited to read "Escape From Shudder Mansion." Like the other books in the Goosebumps Slappyworld series, the book opens up with an introduction by the #1 Goosebumps villain, Slappy, but then the book focuses on the main chara...

    The blurb for this book is incorrect. The teacher's name is NOT Mrs Stermon but Ms Blume. I'm afraid that R.L. Stine's later works are not up to the mark of the original Goosebumps series. The story was OK but that's all. Riley is mad on playing a video game called "Escape from Shudd...

    Definitely my favorite of the SlappyWorld series so far. One of Stine's more unique stories, I highly recommend this one. ...

    Awesome ending ...

    My stepson said this is the best RL Stine book he's read! ...

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