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Werewolf Village. The Doom Slide. The Coffin Cruise. These are just a few of the famous attractions awaiting Luke and Lizzy Morris at HorrorLand, the amusement park where terror comes free with every ticket. Step right up and join the Morris family as they ride each ride--and scream each scream--for the very first time. Because it might also be their last. It's the classic Werewolf Village. The Doom Slide. The Coffin Cruise. These are just a few of the famous attractions awaiting Luke and Lizzy Morris at HorrorLand, the amusement park where terror comes free with every ticket. Step right up and join the Morris family as they ride each ride--and scream each scream--for the very first time. Because it might also be their last. It's the classic prequel to R.L. Stine's blockbuster GOOSEBUMPS HORRORLAND series. Now with exclusive bonus materials including secrets from the new Goosebumps HorrorLand series, tips & tricks for the Goosebumps HorrorLand video game, and more!


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Werewolf Village. The Doom Slide. The Coffin Cruise. These are just a few of the famous attractions awaiting Luke and Lizzy Morris at HorrorLand, the amusement park where terror comes free with every ticket. Step right up and join the Morris family as they ride each ride--and scream each scream--for the very first time. Because it might also be their last. It's the classic Werewolf Village. The Doom Slide. The Coffin Cruise. These are just a few of the famous attractions awaiting Luke and Lizzy Morris at HorrorLand, the amusement park where terror comes free with every ticket. Step right up and join the Morris family as they ride each ride--and scream each scream--for the very first time. Because it might also be their last. It's the classic prequel to R.L. Stine's blockbuster GOOSEBUMPS HORRORLAND series. Now with exclusive bonus materials including secrets from the new Goosebumps HorrorLand series, tips & tricks for the Goosebumps HorrorLand video game, and more!

30 review for One Day at Horrorland

  1. 4 out of 5

    ✨Bean's Books✨

    #16 "Enter if you dare...." Lizzy, her parents, her younger brother and his friend are all on their way to Zoo Gardens Theme Park, but when her father leaves the map at home and they take a wrong turn they end up staring at a sign that reads "Welcome to Horrorland where nightmares come to life!" The attractions seem fun and everyone's excited to try things out. Things turn scary very quickly however. Suddenly things aren't so fun anymore. #16 "Enter if you dare...." Lizzy, her parents, her younger brother and his friend are all on their way to Zoo Gardens Theme Park, but when her father leaves the map at home and they take a wrong turn they end up staring at a sign that reads "Welcome to Horrorland where nightmares come to life!" The attractions seem fun and everyone's excited to try things out. Things turn scary very quickly however. Suddenly things aren't so fun anymore.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Carmen

    On re-reading the Goosebumps series, I am surprised by how INSANE these books are. I have no idea what kind of ... substances... Stine was enjoying when coming up with this series, but the books are just so WEIRD. This is #16, and let me tell you, they are not getting any saner. Lizzy, 12, her 10-year-old brother Luke, and his best friend Clay are driving with Lizzy's parents to Zoo Gardens. But the family gets horribly lost and stumbles onto a remote amusement park called HORRORLAND. As soon as t On re-reading the Goosebumps series, I am surprised by how INSANE these books are. I have no idea what kind of ... substances... Stine was enjoying when coming up with this series, but the books are just so WEIRD. This is #16, and let me tell you, they are not getting any saner. Lizzy, 12, her 10-year-old brother Luke, and his best friend Clay are driving with Lizzy's parents to Zoo Gardens. But the family gets horribly lost and stumbles onto a remote amusement park called HORRORLAND. As soon as they get out of their car to buy tickets, their car explodes. Yes, you heard me correctly. THE CAR EXPLODES. And they decide to go into the amusement park and spend the day there anyway. Stellar parenting, Mr. and Mrs. Morris. Great job. Dad is told there are no phones in the park, but "We'll take care of it." This is said by the ticket-taker, a person dressed up like a giant monster. And the dad just ACCEPTS THIS. *blink blink So. The parents and the kids split up to explore the park. The kids go onto a scary Doom Slide, they go into a House of Mirrors that tries to crush them into human cubes, they pass by an alligator pond stocked with real, live alligators. The park is littered with signs saying NO PINCHING. The kids are getting more and more scared. (view spoiler)[ The people who run the park aren't dressed like monsters, they ARE monsters. They are filming the family getting scared for Monster TV. They make the family run an obstacle course full of scary monster animals. Everyone survives although the dad gets a deep cut. Then they plan to drown the family in a purple pond of goo. But Lizzy figures out that the reason there are so many NO PINCHING signs around is because if you pinch the monsters hard they will deflate and die. So they pinch a lot of monsters and escape in a HORRORLAND bus. The twist at the end? A monster is clinging to the back of the bus. And when they ask him what he wants, he gives them free tickets to visit HORRORLAND again. (hide spoiler)] Like I said, this is some weird &^%$. ... I am enjoying my trip down Memory Lane with Stine's Goosebump series immensely. Immensely. These books are such a hoot. I really like the opening line to this one: As we entered the gates to HorrorLand, we had no idea that, in less than an hour, we would all be lying in our coffins. In a ride, it turns out. A ride that has coffins as "seats." Great opening.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Daviau

    I will never be too old to love Goosebumps! This was one of the first ones I read when I was young and reading it again brought back so many good memories. This one remains ones of my favourites to this day, I’m just a sucker for anything remotely carnival/circus related. This story still holds up all these years later, I enjoyed the hell out of my reread of this one! I had forgotten most of the details of the story so it was like I was experiencing it again for the first time and I fell in love I will never be too old to love Goosebumps! This was one of the first ones I read when I was young and reading it again brought back so many good memories. This one remains ones of my favourites to this day, I’m just a sucker for anything remotely carnival/circus related. This story still holds up all these years later, I enjoyed the hell out of my reread of this one! I had forgotten most of the details of the story so it was like I was experiencing it again for the first time and I fell in love with it all over again. It still amazes me how brutal these can be for young teen/middle grade books, I’m not complaining but I am questioning my parents for letting me read these at such a young age.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Nick James

    Man, this brings back memories. This is, I think, the most popular in the Goosebumps series, right? This also might be my favorite. The Morris family plan to go to Zoo Gardens but accidentally end up at Horrorland, where people dress up as "Horrors" and plan to kill you and not let you leave. The rides are even a bit suspecious, like a coffin river dide, a deathly game show, and a unescapable maze. This was, like I said, my possible favorite out of all of them. None of them really scared me, but t Man, this brings back memories. This is, I think, the most popular in the Goosebumps series, right? This also might be my favorite. The Morris family plan to go to Zoo Gardens but accidentally end up at Horrorland, where people dress up as "Horrors" and plan to kill you and not let you leave. The rides are even a bit suspecious, like a coffin river dide, a deathly game show, and a unescapable maze. This was, like I said, my possible favorite out of all of them. None of them really scared me, but this one might have been the most excellent and creative one. I love this one, and if you or your kids love horror stories, this is their thing. If you haven't read Goosebumps, you're missing out. Where were you in the '90s? :)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Reemi

    "A person can only die once here", The Horror said. "No one has ever died twice" When my friend and I decided that we're gonna read about from the Goosebumps series, I decided to go with this one because it has the highest rating, after reading it, I wasn't disappointed. This is a children's book about a family got lost in the middle of nowhere when they come across an amusement park called HorrorLand. They decided to give it a try, and as soon as they enter the park, weird and scary things st "A person can only die once here", The Horror said. "No one has ever died twice" When my friend and I decided that we're gonna read about from the Goosebumps series, I decided to go with this one because it has the highest rating, after reading it, I wasn't disappointed. This is a children's book about a family got lost in the middle of nowhere when they come across an amusement park called HorrorLand. They decided to give it a try, and as soon as they enter the park, weird and scary things start to happen. I really enjoyed the book I was barely able to leave it and do other LIFE things. it's so engaging and fast paste, so Halloweenish , childish and somehow scary. I'm more excited now to read more books in this series! Thank you, Hanin for introducing Goosebuumps to me ...! [image error]

  6. 5 out of 5

    Danny

    Ahhh, the Goosebump days. I would borrow so many of these from the library they seriously considered extending my limit of books checked out at one time. R.L. Stine you were a reprieve from a harsh and dreary childhood in which my mind wandered far away from the troubles of the day. I stole books into my bed and read far into the night by the faintest of lights. I might have better eyesight were it not for you; however, I regret not one page or line.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Alex

    3.5* Lizzy Morris and her brother Luke has been asking their family to take them to a theme park. In the end they plan to visit the Zoo Gardens Theme Park with Luke's friend Clay accompanying the Morris family. Lizzy's father loses the way and end up next to another theme park named Horrorland. The children are excited and they plan to visit this park instead. Unfortunately their car explodes and they are stuck with the horrors. They enter the wierd rides and realise there's more to this theme pa 3.5* Lizzy Morris and her brother Luke has been asking their family to take them to a theme park. In the end they plan to visit the Zoo Gardens Theme Park with Luke's friend Clay accompanying the Morris family. Lizzy's father loses the way and end up next to another theme park named Horrorland. The children are excited and they plan to visit this park instead. Unfortunately their car explodes and they are stuck with the horrors. They enter the wierd rides and realise there's more to this theme park than meets the eye. When they try to escape, they find out that they are locked in and trapped!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Veronica Morfi

    Rating: 4/5 This is where it all begun. Lizzy, her brother Luke, their parents and Luke's friend Clay are terribly lost. They can't seem to find their way to Zoo Gardens Theme Park, so when the see a sign for Horrorland they decide to give it a try. Big mistake since the rides there are not just scary but deathly. One Day at Horrorland was very entertaining. I don't remember it being so much fun. I loved Horrorland, best theme park ever. And Lizzy was not such a bad MC either, her brother though w Rating: 4/5 This is where it all begun. Lizzy, her brother Luke, their parents and Luke's friend Clay are terribly lost. They can't seem to find their way to Zoo Gardens Theme Park, so when the see a sign for Horrorland they decide to give it a try. Big mistake since the rides there are not just scary but deathly. One Day at Horrorland was very entertaining. I don't remember it being so much fun. I loved Horrorland, best theme park ever. And Lizzy was not such a bad MC either, her brother though was really annoying. I can't wait to revisit all the horrors in the next books set in Horrorland.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jory

    One Day at Horrorland is, without a doubt, my all-time favorite Goosebumps book. It was my favorite when I was a little nerdy bookworm in 5th grade, and it is STILL my favorite Goosebumps book after 10+ years. (I’m bad a math, okay? I’m 23 now, you do the math.) This Goosebumps novella is starring Lizzy and her family (along with a nerdy friend of her brothers, who is like a fat boy version of me when I was his age). They are on their way to the zoo for a vacation when they get lost because Lizzy One Day at Horrorland is, without a doubt, my all-time favorite Goosebumps book. It was my favorite when I was a little nerdy bookworm in 5th grade, and it is STILL my favorite Goosebumps book after 10+ years. (I’m bad a math, okay? I’m 23 now, you do the math.) This Goosebumps novella is starring Lizzy and her family (along with a nerdy friend of her brothers, who is like a fat boy version of me when I was his age). They are on their way to the zoo for a vacation when they get lost because Lizzy’s dad forgets the map at home. They stop on the side of the road to see if they can finds some type of a map and stumble upon a sign for Horrorland (in my opinion one of the coolest ideas for a theme park I have ever heard of). The sign is this monstrous green thing with horns and a menacing look in his eyes. It tells the family that Horrorland is just one mile away if they are in for some frightful fun. Of course the kids are stoked when they see the sign and they coax their dad to head to the theme park. They find the theme park practically deserted (and secluded, which is the first sign of danger!!!!) when they arrive. They head for the front gate and they aren’t even 10 feet away from their car when IT BLOWS UP. LIKE OUT OF NOWHERE. The family is obviously freaking out at this point because GASP! WHAT IF WE WERE IN THAT CAR WHEN IT BLEW UP! They rushed to the main entrance where they are greeted by this monster who is green and huge, with horns and a purple tail (???). Lizzy’s dad at this point goes up to the monster and asked him if he could use their phone to call the police, because the first thing you think to do when your car blows up is to call the police. (Do you? I wouldn’t know, my car has never blown up.) The monster tells him that there are no phones whatsoever in the theme park, not even a payphone, and if they would like they could enter Horrorland and visit for a few hours while they figure out the car situation. Free of charge. So the family enters, and the amusement park is freaking awesome in my opinion. If a theme park was run by monsters and had things like a WEREWOLF VILLAGE I found think it was brilliant. Like you could legit make bank off of something like that. Crowds would flock. So anyways back to the story. They enter the theme park and the parents let the children go off by themselves while they search for the phone. The kids go off into the theme parks and ride some of the coolest rides (again, this would make bank!!!) I have ever heard of, or have ever read about. There’s the Doom Slide, where you choose 1 slide from a group of 10 of them and slide down. But be careful, because you could pick the Doom Slide, which makes you slide forever! (They actually were probably on that slide for only 10 minutes, but they could have sworn it was forever.) There’s the Room of Mirrors where the mirrors are literally everywhere and they could almost crush you to death! (The way Stine writes that Room of Mirrors scene is actually quite A+. Being crushed into a square by mirrors is probably a fear for everyone and Stine captured that nicely. There was also the Barn of Bats, where as soon as you walked in the doors slammed shut and bats start attacking you. Or do they? Because as soon as the doors were opened there were no bats in sight. Maybe it was their imaginations??? Anyways they go on those rides all while searching for their parents (which they eventually find). They decide before leaving that they are going to go on one more ride together, the Coffin Cruise. Yes, you heard me right. Coffin. Cruise. You lay in a coffin and drift down a river. I kid you not, that is the actual ride. But of course in the middle of the ride the coffin slams shut and you are almost out of breath from screaming and crying, but still. A coffin cruise. Where can I sign up? After the ride, they decide they need to get the hell out of this amusement park, but oh wait, they can’t. Because the Horrors (those green monsters from the front gates who are actually the only workers in the amusement park) have padlocked the doors. They are trapped in Horrorland. Oh, but PLOT TWIST! They are actually on a game show called Horrorland Hidden Camera on the Monster Channel (???). They have won a car and are free to go. Finally! An escape from the terrible Horrorland. All they have to do is go through some yellow door and they will be out in the parking lot. Of course, they go through the door and PLOT TWIST! THERE IS NO EXIT! THEY ARE TRAPPED IN A MONSTER OBSTACLE COURSE AND THEY HAVE ONE MINUTE TO RUN FOR THEIR LIVES! LITERALLY! So the one minute starts and monsters and rabid pigs and all of these random things start attacking the family, and they all end up surviving the course. But wait, they can’t leave. Because no one leaves Horrorland. At least, not alive. They are guided to this purple lake that is kind of like ooze where you are sucked into it as soon as you land on the surface of the pond. Terrified, Lizzy ends up coming up with the miraculous idea of pinching the monsters which ends up DEFLATING THEM. They start deflating monsters left and right and make a run for it, where they find a bus in the parking lot that they steal and drive home. They arrive home to find that one of the Horrors has actually latched onto the bus and has followed them home, only to give them free passes to Horrorland next year. And that’s how the book ended. It’s one of my favorites. Probably for the Horrorland aspect. I’m telling you, Stine should have sold that idea to someone. I would love to go to some park like that. Minus the whole monster potentially killing you bit. That part can be left out.

  10. 5 out of 5

    RM(Alwaysdaddygirl) Griffin (alwaysdaddyprincess)

    3 stars. Okay story. 💀🇺🇸

  11. 4 out of 5

    Paige

    Ofcourse, R.L. Stine has created a book that can give you nightmares. A family of two parents and two siblings, after losing their way to zoogardens, travel to a nearby amusement park that is in the middle of nowhere. It is called horrorland. At first, they thought the land was pretty good and it was free. Afterwards, the children and the parents were roaming around on their own and that is when the kids started to realize that something wrong was going on there. The screams of the people and th Ofcourse, R.L. Stine has created a book that can give you nightmares. A family of two parents and two siblings, after losing their way to zoogardens, travel to a nearby amusement park that is in the middle of nowhere. It is called horrorland. At first, they thought the land was pretty good and it was free. Afterwards, the children and the parents were roaming around on their own and that is when the kids started to realize that something wrong was going on there. The screams of the people and the crying parents seemed too real to them. They finally found their parents who eventually also thought the same. They were in a game show, survived, and went home. amazing book amazing i thought it was for lil kids but rl stine's books are for all to read right?

  12. 4 out of 5

    Miquel Reina

    The other day I was checking my parents library and I found this little book I read while I was still going to school. "One Day at Horrorland" is a book for young readers who love horror stories (in a soft way of course). Reading S. L. Stine books is like a juvenile prelude to the books of Stephen King and the truth is that It's a great and scary one. Spanish version: El otro día estaba revisando la librería de mis padres y encontré este pequeño libro que leí cuando aún iba a la escuela. Un día en The other day I was checking my parents library and I found this little book I read while I was still going to school. "One Day at Horrorland" is a book for young readers who love horror stories (in a soft way of course). Reading S. L. Stine books is like a juvenile prelude to the books of Stephen King and the truth is that It's a great and scary one. Spanish version: El otro día estaba revisando la librería de mis padres y encontré este pequeño libro que leí cuando aún iba a la escuela. Un día en horrorlandia es un libro para los jóvenes aficionados a los libros de terror. S. L. Stine es como la antesala juvenil para leer los libros de Stephen King y la verdad es que al releer la sinopsis tuve el vago recuerdo del miedo que sentí al leerla.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Hanin Reads

    "People don't always take us seriously." she continued. "People come to horrorLand and think it's all a big joke. People laugh at the signs around the park. They laugh at the rides and attractions. But it's all very serious to us. All of it." "People don't always take us seriously." she continued. "People come to horrorLand and think it's all a big joke. People laugh at the signs around the park. They laugh at the rides and attractions. But it's all very serious to us. All of it."

  14. 4 out of 5

    Alex | | findingmontauk1

    This is one AWESOME Goosebumps book! It evokes all kinds of nostalgia vibes with the kids being on vacation and how they ended up on their own to have fun and ultimately survive all the Horrors at the theme park. I was able to connect with the kids and share in their fears throughout the entire book and I loved that! The twist in this story was really cool too as I really had about 3 guesses as to how it would pan out - but none of my assumptions turned out to be true! Bonus points for really su This is one AWESOME Goosebumps book! It evokes all kinds of nostalgia vibes with the kids being on vacation and how they ended up on their own to have fun and ultimately survive all the Horrors at the theme park. I was able to connect with the kids and share in their fears throughout the entire book and I loved that! The twist in this story was really cool too as I really had about 3 guesses as to how it would pan out - but none of my assumptions turned out to be true! Bonus points for really surprising me in a book from 1994! I loved this one and highly recommend any Goosebumps fans to read this one if you have not already. It's some good, fun horror!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Rue

    This was the very first Goosebumps I read long ago. So I had vague memories of the plot. I loved the pacing of each twists (mystery). Every chapter had some element that made me wanna read more. Combines my two favourite things amusement part and horror. One of my favourite book as a kid and now i have reread it as an adult.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kirsty

    Re-read this for the Teenage Scream podcast (lovingly dissecting the best and worst of 90s teen horror). https://soundcloud.com/teenagescream Re-read this for the Teenage Scream podcast (lovingly dissecting the best and worst of 90s teen horror). https://soundcloud.com/teenagescream

  17. 4 out of 5

    Chandana Sruthi

    R.L.Stine = Goosebumps that's what my mind fixed from my childhood.. i used to watch goosebumps series when i am a kid.. This is short story as usual with horror scenes in every page.. A family of four with two elders(dad mom) and two kids(Lizzy n Luke) and a Luke's friend clay want to go to amusement park but they get lost and end up visiting horror land (also amusement park) which is not their plan but after roaming here and they find this and which looks so attractive with all monster rides and R.L.Stine = Goosebumps that's what my mind fixed from my childhood.. i used to watch goosebumps series when i am a kid.. This is short story as usual with horror scenes in every page.. A family of four with two elders(dad mom) and two kids(Lizzy n Luke) and a Luke's friend clay want to go to amusement park but they get lost and end up visiting horror land (also amusement park) which is not their plan but after roaming here and they find this and which looks so attractive with all monster rides and monster dressed people. As soon as they go inside the park their car blasts into pieces leaving them no where to go , the children make their way to enjoy rides and parents go to find there way out.. Each and every ride they take, makes them face almost death but they think its fun and nothing gonna happen.. At one moment they realizes and try to escape which will become practically impossible for them.. Lizzy is strong character but at last she also gets terrified.. clay gets terrified easily..Luke gets terrified for the moment and then he acts like nothing happened and rush to new ride.. Even its a kiddy story its a good read.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ken

    Whilst trying to find Zoo Garden’s, Lizzy Morris and her family along with her brother’s friend Clay stumble across a sign for Horrorland. Hopelessly lost they decided to change their plans, as this other theme park can’t be too scary right? One of the memorable entries in the series, Stine has great fun with the various cliffhangers. Being set in a theme park gives him an endless amounts of possibilities for various horror tropes, this makes for a great entertaining read.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jesse Dixon

    This is the first book of the Goosebumps series I read and first book by R.L Stine I read. I enjoyed it so much I went on to read the first 47 books in the Goosebumps series, and about 40 other books by R.L Stine.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Camila Soto

    Wow!! Such a wonderful children's horror book. It kind of creeped me out sometimes and I loved the story, the park and the attractions, but I do have to say that there were a few parts that didn't make sense for me. Weird, scary and haunting. A great book for children and adults. Wow!! Such a wonderful children's horror book. It kind of creeped me out sometimes and I loved the story, the park and the attractions, but I do have to say that there were a few parts that didn't make sense for me. Weird, scary and haunting. A great book for children and adults.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kylie Abecca

    Certainly not a book for youngsters to read before bed. Though I remember these books making my heart race as a kid and I can see how. Very well written and an easy read. Would like to know why it is showing up as # 16 on Goodreads when it is # 5 on Amazon???

  22. 4 out of 5

    Veronica Ika

    Are you the kind of people who love looking for exhilarating and heart-stopping experience? The ones who always brave the most thrilling, or even all, rides and games, in the amusement parks? Feeling charged up whenever going through risky or dangerous stuff in the name of entertainment? If your answers for those three questions are yes, I bet you will be the most loyal customer of Horrorland, supposing it exists in this world. WELCOME TO HORRORLAND, WHERE NIGHTMARES COME TO LIFE! It was f Are you the kind of people who love looking for exhilarating and heart-stopping experience? The ones who always brave the most thrilling, or even all, rides and games, in the amusement parks? Feeling charged up whenever going through risky or dangerous stuff in the name of entertainment? If your answers for those three questions are yes, I bet you will be the most loyal customer of Horrorland, supposing it exists in this world. WELCOME TO HORRORLAND, WHERE NIGHTMARES COME TO LIFE! It was fun to be scared. But it was too hard to tell whether the scares here were for fun—or for real. Were there dangers in this place? Or was it all a big scary joke? The Morris (a father, a mother, an elder daughter, a younger son, and a friend of the said son) get lost on their way to the Zoo Garden Themes Park. No problem, though. They accidentally stumble upon an amusement park named Horrorland and it seems a nice place to spend the day instead: no crowds, no lines, and no admission fee. How can they resist? However, one attraction to another, they find that the park is much too serious in scaring visitors. Is it possible to really be scared to death? “We’re not really going to get hurt or anything,” Luke continued. “This is an amusement park, remember? They want you to come back again and again. So they’re not going to really hurt anybody.” This is what Goosebumps should be! Full of horror and thrilling moments from the beginning to the end of the book! Hooray! The moment (view spoiler)[the car blew up right after the family leave it to walk to the entrance of the park (hide spoiler)] , I admit I never feel that excited reading other Goosebumps’ books. And every time they get so close to the door of the death… wow! Just wow! This book will give its intended readers the willies for sure! Whoever able to create entertainment like that of Horrorland would be genius indeed, considering it won’t get sued by the customers who think it is too much for just fun. It should be labelled: for daredevils only, forbidden for the faint-hearted. There are so many other entertainments here in the Horrorland with beguiling names, aside from those Lizzy, Luke, and Clay have tried, and I can’t stop wondering what kind of nasty surprises they have in store. It is also the very first book in the series where the parents, normally portrayed as incompetent, ignorant, and indifferent or even normal and unable to comprehend the unthinkable calamity befalling their children, also participate in the paranormal disaster. Even though it seems that, rather than seeing it caused by non-humans, they first think it is just some outrageous people doing outrageous stuff for the sake of entertainment. That’s understandable. But afterwards, I don’t know whether they accept the fact that sometimes things are not just mere imagination of their children or they just find and create another reasonable or logical explanation for that once-in-a-lifetime experience. MEET THE MORRIS Well, they’re actually a typical example of family going on a vacation, and generous enough to take another kid who is a friend of the youngest member of the family. Only one thing actually makes me shaking my head in disbelief. They forgot to bring the map to the destination park! How come?! I think when you want to visit a certain place whose location and the direction to get there are not clearly implanted in your mind, the map is the first thing you will secure. Or going back to take the damn thing the moment you realize you forget it instead of keep going and hoping by miracle you will not get lost. But surely we should dismiss this stupidity because without it we won’t get this amazing story. I’m the calm one in the Morris family. Everyone says, “Lizzy, you’re the calm one.” Lizzy Morris can be anything else but calm, but I admire her trying to stay calm even in the direst situation for the sake of meeting the quality given to her by others. Mr. Morris’ personality kind of suits his appearance: short and chubby, with a round face that’s almost always pink. He’s easy to get angry and seems to frequently get into quarrels with Mrs. Morris over trivial things, which, you can expect, always be broken up by Lizzy. Even so, I find Mr. Morris the most reasonable one in the family. He is the one sane enough to feel wary after the car explodes not long after they arrive at Horrorland and gets busy to find a phone to make sure they will have a way to get home. The others? They like ‘Oh the car explodes. No worry. It happens every time. Why don’t we have fun instead?’ “These Horror guys are great!” he declared. “They really try to scare you in this place!” Luke Morris, the youngest member of the family, seems to have very-short term memory. One moment he is screaming at the top of his lungs in total panic and horror, the next he becomes so goofy like he just gets the best Christmas present ever. Clay, his friend, is not a brave person and actually pretty easy to scare, but I guess whoever survives Horrorland cannot be said a scaredy-cat or coward anymore. Both are similar in naivety, believing that nothing can go wrong in a place made for enjoyment. Well, they’re still young. They might never heard of malfunction or human errors. MORAL VALUES OF THE STORY Never ever forget the map whenever you want to go somewhere new! Unless you feel a bit adventurous and want to know where your intuition will lead you to. Do make a habit to really pay attention on every warning signs. They are surely written to be read thoroughly. Or to be broken, eventually.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Peter

    wacky goosebumps fun!

  24. 5 out of 5

    mols

    fucking epic

  25. 5 out of 5

    Andres

    I think the theme of this book is to face your fears and to never give up in order to succeed.

  26. 4 out of 5

    David Santos

    http://www.davidasantos.com/ One of my favorite Goosebumps books. I've been to many theme parks. Disney World. Six Flags. I've been to Haunted Houses and even dated some monsters. So, this book was right up my alley! Anything that's haunted is fun. This book starts to kick in with its horrorfest around chapter two. Very fun and exciting book. If only a park like that really did exist! You have a family of four, one daughter and a son, with his friend who look for a theme park, get lost and come a http://www.davidasantos.com/ One of my favorite Goosebumps books. I've been to many theme parks. Disney World. Six Flags. I've been to Haunted Houses and even dated some monsters. So, this book was right up my alley! Anything that's haunted is fun. This book starts to kick in with its horrorfest around chapter two. Very fun and exciting book. If only a park like that really did exist! You have a family of four, one daughter and a son, with his friend who look for a theme park, get lost and come across Horrorland. A much funner, scarier park in my opinion. Is it real, is it fake? You'll have to read it yourself, but I enjoyed it.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Icarlygirl

    I am giving this one four stars because it was a little too creepy for me. My favorite ride was the house of mirrors because it was fun. The scariest ride was the deadly doom slide. I would not pick slide number 10 because it's the doom slide. If you choose it you will slide forever and if it stops you will slide to your doom. I would not go to Horror Land for a day! No Way!! I think I would recommend it to Haven, Haley, and Emoney. But not for Piper! And not for kids under 4. I am giving this one four stars because it was a little too creepy for me. My favorite ride was the house of mirrors because it was fun. The scariest ride was the deadly doom slide. I would not pick slide number 10 because it's the doom slide. If you choose it you will slide forever and if it stops you will slide to your doom. I would not go to Horror Land for a day! No Way!! I think I would recommend it to Haven, Haley, and Emoney. But not for Piper! And not for kids under 4.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    I read this over again whenever I forget parts :) I love this book because it feels like I'm reading a dream/nightmare I would have. It's hard to explain, but I recommend reading this to experience one amazingly cool, scary, fast-paced book. My favorite Goosbumps book. I read this over again whenever I forget parts :) I love this book because it feels like I'm reading a dream/nightmare I would have. It's hard to explain, but I recommend reading this to experience one amazingly cool, scary, fast-paced book. My favorite Goosbumps book.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Gonalez

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I LIKED THE STORY AND I WAS SCARED BECAUSE MY IMAGINASON IN MADE IN SOUND VERY MORE SCARERAND ITMADE RUN WILD

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ben

    I liked all the others way more than this one, but it is okay. It has the good writing that I know R.L. Stine for, but that is pretty much it.

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