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A PICTURE-PERFECT NIGHTMARE…Sourball. That's what Greg calls his English teacher, Mr. Saur. He's a real grouch. And he just gave Greg a big fat "F" on his oral report. He didn't believe Greg's story. About the camera Greg found last summer. About the pictures it took. About the evil things that happened. Poor Greg. He just wanted to prove old Sourball wrong. But now that h A PICTURE-PERFECT NIGHTMARE…Sourball. That's what Greg calls his English teacher, Mr. Saur. He's a real grouch. And he just gave Greg a big fat "F" on his oral report. He didn't believe Greg's story. About the camera Greg found last summer. About the pictures it took. About the evil things that happened. Poor Greg. He just wanted to prove old Sourball wrong. But now that he's dug up the camera, bad things are happening. Really bad things. Just like the first time....


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A PICTURE-PERFECT NIGHTMARE…Sourball. That's what Greg calls his English teacher, Mr. Saur. He's a real grouch. And he just gave Greg a big fat "F" on his oral report. He didn't believe Greg's story. About the camera Greg found last summer. About the pictures it took. About the evil things that happened. Poor Greg. He just wanted to prove old Sourball wrong. But now that h A PICTURE-PERFECT NIGHTMARE…Sourball. That's what Greg calls his English teacher, Mr. Saur. He's a real grouch. And he just gave Greg a big fat "F" on his oral report. He didn't believe Greg's story. About the camera Greg found last summer. About the pictures it took. About the evil things that happened. Poor Greg. He just wanted to prove old Sourball wrong. But now that he's dug up the camera, bad things are happening. Really bad things. Just like the first time....

30 review for Say Cheese and Die-Again!

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ahmad Sharabiani

    Say Cheese and Die-Again! (Goosebumps #44), R.L. Stine That's what Greg calls his English teacher, Mr. Saur. He's a real grouch. And he just gave Greg a big fat "F" on his oral report. He didn't believe Greg's story. About the camera Greg found last summer. About the pictures it took. About the evil things, that happened. Poor Greg. He just wanted to prove old Sourball wrong. But now that he's dug up the camera, bad things are happening. Really bad things. Just like the first time. ... عنوانها: ع‍ Say Cheese and Die-Again! (Goosebumps #44), R.L. Stine That's what Greg calls his English teacher, Mr. Saur. He's a real grouch. And he just gave Greg a big fat "F" on his oral report. He didn't believe Greg's story. About the camera Greg found last summer. About the pictures it took. About the evil things, that happened. Poor Greg. He just wanted to prove old Sourball wrong. But now that he's dug up the camera, bad things are happening. Really bad things. Just like the first time. ... عنوانها: ع‍ک‍س‌ ب‍گ‍ی‍ر و دوباره ب‍م‍ی‍ر: م‍اج‍راه‍ای‌ ه‍ی‍ج‍ان‌‌ان‍گ‍ی‍زی‌ ک‍ه‌ م‍و ب‍ه‌ ت‍ن‍ت‍ان‌ س‍ی‍خ‌ م‍ی‌ک‍ن‍د؛ دوباره بگو پنیر(چیز) و بمیر؛ دوربین شوم؛ بگو پنیر (چیز)، جیغ بزن و بمیر؛ ن‍وی‍س‍ن‍ده‌: آر. ال‌. اس‍ت‍ای‍ن‌ ؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش: روز بیست و چهارم ماه اکتبر سال 2009 میلادی عنوان: ع‍ک‍س‌ ب‍گ‍ی‍ر و دوباره ب‍م‍ی‍ر: م‍اج‍راه‍ای‌ ه‍ی‍ج‍ان‌‌ان‍گ‍ی‍زی‌ ک‍ه‌ م‍و ب‍ه‌ ت‍ن‍ت‍ان‌ س‍ی‍خ‌ م‍ی‌ک‍ن‍د؛ ن‍وی‍س‍ن‍ده‌: آر. ال‌. اس‍ت‍ای‍ن‌ ؛ م‍ت‍رج‍م‌: م‍ه‍ران‍گ‍ی‍ز ن‍ک‍وروح‌؛ ویراستار: ملیحه بهرامی‌پارسا؛ ‏‫ت‍ه‍ران‌ ‬‏‫: گ‍ل‌‌آذی‍ن‌‬‏‫، 1385؛ در دو جلد؛ چاپ دوم 1387؛ شابک: 9789647703192؛‬ چاپ سوم 1388؛ چاپ چهارم 1390؛ چاپ پنجم 1397؛ موضوع: داستانهای ترسناک از نویسندگان ایالات متحده آمریکا - سده 20 م عنوان: دوباره بگو پنیر(چیز) و بمیر؛ نویسنده: آر. ال‌. اس‍ت‍ای‍ن‌ ؛ مترجم: مرتضی نادری‌ دره‌ شوری؛ تهران: ویدا: پژواک فرهنگ‏‫، 1389؛ در 140 ص؛ شابک: 9789642912445؛ چاپ دوم و سوم 1390؛ چاپ چهارم و پنجم 1397؛ عنوان: دوربین شوم؛ نويسنده: آر.ال استاين ؛ مترجم: نغمه الهی‌پناه؛ تهران: آوای اندیشه : آوای ونداد، ‏‫1391؛ در 104 ص؛ شابک: 9789649968322؛ عنوان: بگو پنیر (چیز)، جیغ بزن و بمیر؛ نویسنده آر.ال استاین؛ مترجم: امیرهوشنگ اسکندری؛ ویراستار: نوشین سامانی؛ تهران: بادبان‏‫، 1397؛ در 159 ص؛ ‬‬ شابک: 9786007005712؛ ‬هر قطعه عکس، داستانی را بازگو میکند ... «گِرِگ» دوربینی قدیمی را پیدا میکند. او خیال میکند، که دوربین خراب است. عکسهایی که با آن دوربین میاندازد ، با عکسهای معمولی تفاوت دارند. انگار دوربین آینده را پیشگویی میکند؛ یا ... بدتر از پیشگویی ...؛ باعث میشود که اتفاقات بدی بیافتد. «شری» او را مجبور میکند، که روز تولدش از او عکس بیاندازد. وقتی که عکس ظاهر میشود، «شری» در عکس وجود ندارد. بعنی «شری» برای همیشه ناپدید میشود؟ یعنی «شری» تا ابد نامریی خواهد ماند؟ ...؛ ا. شربیانی

  2. 4 out of 5

    Carmen

    Ugh, I have NO tolerance for this kind of stupidity! First, Greg decides to make the story of what happened with the evil camera in Book 1 his non-fiction English report. MORON. Then, he's shocked when the teacher doesn't believe him and gives him an F. MORON. Then he decides to get the camera, bring it to school, and prove to his teacher that he was telling the truth. REALLY? REALLY?!?!!? You are going to bring a lethal weapon that could wreck untold damage and end lives to school to prove a fucki Ugh, I have NO tolerance for this kind of stupidity! First, Greg decides to make the story of what happened with the evil camera in Book 1 his non-fiction English report. MORON. Then, he's shocked when the teacher doesn't believe him and gives him an F. MORON. Then he decides to get the camera, bring it to school, and prove to his teacher that he was telling the truth. REALLY? REALLY?!?!!? You are going to bring a lethal weapon that could wreck untold damage and end lives to school to prove a fucking point!? MORON. He finds the camera and accidentally takes a picture of a a kid named Jon, and as a result, Jon ends up with a carpenter nail through his foot, screaming in pain. Instead of destroying the camera right then, he still plans on bringing it to school. MORON. Then Shari begs him not to take the camera to school because it is evil. He ignores her and they tussle over the camera, and Shari's picture is taken. MORON The picture is a negative, and they decide the camera is broken and therefore harmless now. MORONS. Shari deliberately takes a picture of Greg with the "broken" camera. MORON. At this point I am gnashing my teeth in anger and frustration at these kids' stupidity. How much more of this can I take?! Well, I won't give away any more of the plot, but let me assure you it is full of complete dumbasses doing the most MORONIC things possible, with most of the continuity from the last book COMPLETELY erased. For instance, at the end of Book 1, Donny and Brian - the bullies - found the camera in the Coffman house. NO mention is made in this book about that. As if it had never happened. Come on, Stine. And not to mention, that when the camera produces pictures of horrible things, the kids moan and quake for tons of chapters. Then, suddenly, on page 102, Greg gets the bright idea to tear up the pictures. THIS WOULD WORK. In the last book, he tears up the pictures which Shari was missing from and she reappeared again after being lost for weeks. BUT Stine makes him decide not to do this. DO YOU NOT REMEMBER ANYTHING FROM BOOK 1? Argh, I wanted to tear my hair out! So annoying! I can't even with this shit. If Stine had AT LEAST TRIED to keep continuity from Book 1, this would have been fine. But making all the same kids star in the book, AND making time pass - but arbitrarily deciding that everyone has amnesia about key events from the last book - is SO STUPID. Avoid at all costs.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ken

    I consider the first Say Cheese and Die a Classic Goosebumps book, it was the second in the series to be published in the U.K. and was always one of my favourites. It’s not until another 40+ books later that Stine writes a sequel, I guess this book proves that there’s not really much else you can say about that creepy camera. I liked the fact that the story is a direct sequel, it’s set less than a year from the previous one and has the same characters. There’s actually some really intense body horr I consider the first Say Cheese and Die a Classic Goosebumps book, it was the second in the series to be published in the U.K. and was always one of my favourites. It’s not until another 40+ books later that Stine writes a sequel, I guess this book proves that there’s not really much else you can say about that creepy camera. I liked the fact that the story is a direct sequel, it’s set less than a year from the previous one and has the same characters. There’s actually some really intense body horror that is just too much for a children’s book, it’s definitely the furthest the series has pushed it. And there’s a massive plot hole aswell. It’s established in the first book that if you tear up the photo, the person will return to normal. It felt like Stine had written himself into a corner and didn’t know how to get out of it... A lot of the early Goosebumps books don’t have sequels, it probably would have been best if that was the same with this one too.

  4. 4 out of 5

    ✨Bean's Books✨

    #44 "Think negative. Real negative." Greg is back and he has dug up the camera that he found last summer that took those awful pictures and made those terrible things happen. Why would he dig up the camera? To prove to his English teacher that it was real. But now things are getting out of control. What will Greg do this time? #44 "Think negative. Real negative." Greg is back and he has dug up the camera that he found last summer that took those awful pictures and made those terrible things happen. Why would he dig up the camera? To prove to his English teacher that it was real. But now things are getting out of control. What will Greg do this time?

  5. 4 out of 5

    Krystal

    Hands up if you were desperate for a Polaroid camera after reading this book and/or its predecessor? *raises hand* This one wasn't as good as the first book but still SO MUCH FUN and I just loved the premise so much! Such a great story! Hands up if you were desperate for a Polaroid camera after reading this book and/or its predecessor? *raises hand* This one wasn't as good as the first book but still SO MUCH FUN and I just loved the premise so much! Such a great story!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Tyler J Gray

    What the FUCK did I just read?! I have never been so angry at a book before! I've been angry yes, but the fact this is ment for CHILDREN makes it worse! Say Cheese and Die was a good book. Evil camera. Good scary times. Most Goosebumps books don't have a sequel, a few do...and this one should not have been one of them. Disclaimer: This is all my opinion. There is some intense body horror that is too much for a children's book. And incredibly fatphobic. Way to make any overweight child feel like sh What the FUCK did I just read?! I have never been so angry at a book before! I've been angry yes, but the fact this is ment for CHILDREN makes it worse! Say Cheese and Die was a good book. Evil camera. Good scary times. Most Goosebumps books don't have a sequel, a few do...and this one should not have been one of them. Disclaimer: This is all my opinion. There is some intense body horror that is too much for a children's book. And incredibly fatphobic. Way to make any overweight child feel like shit, just give them this book (don't, please please don't). When I thought it couldn't get worse. It did. Every time. In the first book (spoiler alert) it's established that ripping up the pictures means everything will return to normal. It's like the kids, who KNEW this, completely said to hell with it even though things had gotten extremely bad. It's like Stine wrote himself into a corner, forgot what was established, and I question how he thought this was ok for children with the extreme fatphobic comments and body horror? Every time I thought it couldn't get worse. It did. The adult teacher is a cruel bastard adding to the fatphobia. An ADULT. I can't form a coherent review of all the things in this book that make me want to rage. I never thought i'd give a Goosebumps book 1 star. This book proves me wrong. I can't believe I managed to finish this, but only because it's a buddy read. I'm sorry, it's the first time (and hopefully the last) that I seriously wanted to DNF a Goosebumps book. But I was thinking "it's a buddy read and SURELY it can't get worse, and it won't take long" and my, how wrong I was. How very wrong. I'm sorry. I just can't with this.

  7. 4 out of 5

    eatsleepreadreview

    Well I had to read this book because Say Cheese and Die is such a classic I liked this one just as much - but it was pretty much exactly the same! Still LOVE Goosebumps and I think I always will!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

    Greg had a report to write on a true story. He decided to write about what happened in the first book. The camera where you took pictures and instead of the picture you took being the one that developed, there was another disturbing image that turned out. His teacher didn't let him finish his oral report and deemed that Greg didn't take the assignment seriously. So he gave him an F. Greg's parents had told him that if he didn't get good grades on his remaining report cards, he wouldn't be able to Greg had a report to write on a true story. He decided to write about what happened in the first book. The camera where you took pictures and instead of the picture you took being the one that developed, there was another disturbing image that turned out. His teacher didn't let him finish his oral report and deemed that Greg didn't take the assignment seriously. So he gave him an F. Greg's parents had told him that if he didn't get good grades on his remaining report cards, he wouldn't be able to go to his cousins' house for the summer. So, he decided to find the camera again and prove his teacher wrong. Unfortunately, when Shari took a picture of him, he turned out being 400 lbs in the picture and she was as thin as a stick person. Trying to solve one problem turned into another. And they struggle to find a way to correct it. If they can even correct it. 4 out of 5 stars. While reading it, I found myself thinking it wasn't exactly a great sequel but with the cliffhanger ending and despite the scientific impossibilities in this story, it turned out to be a good sequel.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    Generally I haven't been a superfan of the sequels within the Goosebumps series, but this one was quite fun! The first one was one I read quite some time ago, so that might have something to do with it. Generally I haven't been a superfan of the sequels within the Goosebumps series, but this one was quite fun! The first one was one I read quite some time ago, so that might have something to do with it.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Maria Karousi

    Not even quite like the first one, but at least the end was kind of interesting.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Alexander Draganov

    Cheesy /pun intended/, but fun. In my Bulgarian review, I have written more: http://citadelata.com/%D0%BA%D0%B0%D0... Cheesy /pun intended/, but fun. In my Bulgarian review, I have written more: http://citadelata.com/%D0%BA%D0%B0%D0...

  12. 4 out of 5

    Carrie (brightbeautifulthings)

    Greg is about to fail an assignment about a true story that happened to him over the summer. His teacher doesn’t believe that he actually found a camera that made terrible things happen. Though he knows the trouble it can bring, Greg is determined not to fail. He returns to the house to find the camera, vowing not to take any pictures with it, but even the best laid plans… Trigger warnings: bullying, fat-shaming, body image issues, eating disorders, anorexia, injury, mild body horror, blood. Whew Greg is about to fail an assignment about a true story that happened to him over the summer. His teacher doesn’t believe that he actually found a camera that made terrible things happen. Though he knows the trouble it can bring, Greg is determined not to fail. He returns to the house to find the camera, vowing not to take any pictures with it, but even the best laid plans… Trigger warnings: bullying, fat-shaming, body image issues, eating disorders, anorexia, injury, mild body horror, blood. Whew. For everything Say Cheese & Die! did right, this book fails to hit the mark in every respect. The story is pointless and the pacing off, both likely due to the fact that there IS no story here. Greg has already experienced the camera’s horror, so he’s careful not to take many pictures with it–only three, in fact, which is not enough to drive even a short novel. Other than Shari, the other characters in the book barely feature, so there’s little sense of character or development in that aspect either. Worst of all, this book has major issues with fat-shaming and bullying, with a side dose of insensitivity regarding eating disorders, particularly anorexia. The camera makes Greg fat and Shari waste away, and it’s painful not for its horror but for its cringe-worthy treatment of those topics. There are a lot of fat jokes along with Greg’s internal criticism of his new body, as well as a teacher making highly inappropriate, bullying comments. (To the class’s credit, not a single person laughs.) With the body image issues abounding, I’m doubtful it would even be published more than twenty years later. It’s clear that Stine was spinning his wheels here and the story never should have continued. I review regularly at brightbeautifulthings.tumblr.com.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Billie Pritchett

    This book is a disaster. In Say Cheese and Die-Again! by R.L. Stine, the protagonist of the first book, Greg, goes back to the spot where he discovered the wicked camera. In the first book, Say Cheese and Die, the evil camera takes pictures that show the person whose photo was taken in some horrific accident or condition. Why does Greg want to go back and get the camera from the house he left it in? His teacher doesn't believe his story about the evil camera. He doesn't want to get an F so that's This book is a disaster. In Say Cheese and Die-Again! by R.L. Stine, the protagonist of the first book, Greg, goes back to the spot where he discovered the wicked camera. In the first book, Say Cheese and Die, the evil camera takes pictures that show the person whose photo was taken in some horrific accident or condition. Why does Greg want to go back and get the camera from the house he left it in? His teacher doesn't believe his story about the evil camera. He doesn't want to get an F so that's why he gets the camera. That's not the big problem of the book. The big problem of the book has to do with the mechanics of the camera this go-round. In the first book, it was pretty simple to understand the mechanics. Take a picture of someone, then the person has something bad happen to them. Fine. But in this book, for some reason, if you take a picture of someone, it either makes you really fat or really thin. Obesity is a problem worldwide (I've gotten fatter myself with age) and there's plenty that people could do to combat obesity. Particularly governments and food companies could do a lot more to combat and regulate unhealthy eating. It really is an institutional problem. The last thing we need is a lot of body-shaming, and that's what most of this book is. I'm not particularly hung up on the body-shaming. I am, as silly as it might sound, just more bothered by the mechanics of the camera. It's stupid as heck. This book should be read by no one.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Greg

    This rather offensive sequel to one of my favorite entries in the series takes everything that was good about the first (the spooky haunted camera premise, a few of the characters, etc.) and totally ruins all of it, opting instead to have the camera induce body horror scenarios such as the protagonist Greg suddenly gaining hundreds of pounds while his friend Shari becomes emaciated. Seemingly forgetting the entire resolution to Say Cheese And Die! as the two attempt to reverse the curse, the boo This rather offensive sequel to one of my favorite entries in the series takes everything that was good about the first (the spooky haunted camera premise, a few of the characters, etc.) and totally ruins all of it, opting instead to have the camera induce body horror scenarios such as the protagonist Greg suddenly gaining hundreds of pounds while his friend Shari becomes emaciated. Seemingly forgetting the entire resolution to Say Cheese And Die! as the two attempt to reverse the curse, the book devolves into crass bullying and fat-shaming from Greg's peers and even his middle school teacher who show absolutely no sensitivity toward his medical emergency. #44 left an awful taste in my mouth and I would've preferred it never happened.

  15. 4 out of 5

    David Santos

    He did it again. Another bad ending. Here we have Greg who gets a failing grade because his idiot teacher doesn't believe his "summer story" or whatever it was. So, Greg looks for the camera and bad things happen. In the first book, if I'm not mistaken, the way to reverse the "curse" was to rip up the photo. In this book they acted as if they had never gone through this before. Greg and his friend panic when the bad things happen to them. I feel they should have started right away with the photos He did it again. Another bad ending. Here we have Greg who gets a failing grade because his idiot teacher doesn't believe his "summer story" or whatever it was. So, Greg looks for the camera and bad things happen. In the first book, if I'm not mistaken, the way to reverse the "curse" was to rip up the photo. In this book they acted as if they had never gone through this before. Greg and his friend panic when the bad things happen to them. I feel they should have started right away with the photos, but the book took awhile to get started. Not very interesting, but I managed to get through it. First book was much better. I was left with a cup unfilled.

  16. 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.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Zada

    This book was pretty good. It was not the scariest Goosebumps book I have ever read, but it was still good. I would recomend it to anyone who likes a good laugh if i do say so myself. It is about a haunted camera that when it takes a picture of someone somethng terrible happens. Such as a making a boy weigh over 400 lbs.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Tracey

    This one kind of creeped me out a little bit. The idea of wasting away or gaining hundreds of pounds rapidly does not sit well with my very vivid imagination. The ending was just horrible. I can't think of what the camera will do to the whole class now. If only that butthole of a teacher had gotten his picture taken too. This one kind of creeped me out a little bit. The idea of wasting away or gaining hundreds of pounds rapidly does not sit well with my very vivid imagination. The ending was just horrible. I can't think of what the camera will do to the whole class now. If only that butthole of a teacher had gotten his picture taken too.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Whitney

    I actually did not guess how they were going to fix the problem. Great story that I missed when I was a child.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Alex | | findingmontauk1

    I don't think I'll ever get tired or bored with the "Say Cheese and Die" books. I actually wish they has been made the "focal duology/trilogy" instead of Monster Blood. There's just something so fun with these books and more real to me, for the time, with a cursed camera vs. some monster blood and slime. Anyway... this book picks up a year after the first book and Greg has to give a report about a true story. His teacher does not believe him and gives him an F for failing to complete the assignm I don't think I'll ever get tired or bored with the "Say Cheese and Die" books. I actually wish they has been made the "focal duology/trilogy" instead of Monster Blood. There's just something so fun with these books and more real to me, for the time, with a cursed camera vs. some monster blood and slime. Anyway... this book picks up a year after the first book and Greg has to give a report about a true story. His teacher does not believe him and gives him an F for failing to complete the assignment... and now Greg must find the camera, prove its evil and cursed, and make sure no one (especially himself and his friends) are put in any danger!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Shelby Ribel

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: idk how the goosebumps that earned sequels, earned sequels. This was nonsense. How does no one care that these 2 kids are gaining/losing weight for no reason? And of course every time the camera is barely touched it “accidentally” goes off. And the teacher... yuck. But I can’t rate any of these one star bc Stine can write. The description of Greys flakey skin has me gagging.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Tarissa

    It's a good Goosebumps tale, but not the best. Seems like there are some extra comments in there about "fat" people/kids, which shouldn't have been incorporated into a children's book. Otherwise, it's still a fun, scary story about a very evil camera. COYER (Read a book with 125 - 215 pages in physical format): 2 It's a good Goosebumps tale, but not the best. Seems like there are some extra comments in there about "fat" people/kids, which shouldn't have been incorporated into a children's book. Otherwise, it's still a fun, scary story about a very evil camera. COYER (Read a book with 125 - 215 pages in physical format): 2

  23. 5 out of 5

    Katherine

    Solid spooky tale - would have been scared as a child.

  24. 5 out of 5

    David

    I really enjoyed this book. its about a camera were this kid finds the camera and his friend takes a picture of him and something terrible happens to him and he does it to her and the opposite happened to her also

  25. 4 out of 5

    Lexie Lopez

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The setting of this book is in the fall at Alaska. One evening Greg is at home doing his homework and when he woke up he went to school his teacher Mr.Sour(all the kids called him sourball behind his back) asked Greg to say his report to the class and when Greg got up there his hands where shaking and he started talking. This is what he ssaid one day me and my friends Bird,Sharie,and Walter found an old camera and I took a picture and.... his teacher stopped him and said he was making this all u The setting of this book is in the fall at Alaska. One evening Greg is at home doing his homework and when he woke up he went to school his teacher Mr.Sour(all the kids called him sourball behind his back) asked Greg to say his report to the class and when Greg got up there his hands where shaking and he started talking. This is what he ssaid one day me and my friends Bird,Sharie,and Walter found an old camera and I took a picture and.... his teacher stopped him and said he was making this all up and he gave hi, an F Greg was sad because he cant go to his cusins house. His teacher told him to prove it and that night he went to the house and got the camera but he accedently took a picture of a boy named Jon and the picture showed a nail through the boys foot and about one minute it all came true and he took the camera and ran Sharie the next day took a picture of Greg and that day he at least gaind 300 pounds and Sharie lost at least 200 pounds and was bloune away in the wind so they got the pictures canged around and it worked they were both back to normal but the next day the teacher took the picture of the whole class and then the whole book just ends. IT was a good book that is my book review.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Mitch C.

    Late review. Ah the good ol' days. This was my first ever R.L. Stine book. I checked out this in our school library. From then on, I exhausted my library card and had to request for a new one since library cards back home were manually recorded. Good book, scary for young teens. I remembered I had some nightmares after reading this series. Haha. I don't remember much of the story (since it's been decades), just that a weird camera that when you take a picture someone will die (or something scary wi Late review. Ah the good ol' days. This was my first ever R.L. Stine book. I checked out this in our school library. From then on, I exhausted my library card and had to request for a new one since library cards back home were manually recorded. Good book, scary for young teens. I remembered I had some nightmares after reading this series. Haha. I don't remember much of the story (since it's been decades), just that a weird camera that when you take a picture someone will die (or something scary will happen) for those whose in that picture. Sounds like Final Destination 3. I do remember an R.L. Stine series that has a unique concept. For every scenario, you'll choose an option for where the story goes. It felt like you're also part of the story. And if you choose wrong, you'd end up dead or eaten or something YA horrible. Not sure if this is that. Overall, a nice read during your teen years. It challenges your imagination.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Glenn Smith

    Currently rereading my original Goosebumps collection Wow. What to say about this one? As a sequel, it's terrible. It hardly follows the plot or themes of the first Say Cheese and Die. There are plot holes galore. It's never explained why Shari becomes skinny or why the photo is negative. Also, the ending was disappointing. You'll see why once you finish the book. Not a great book in the series. Especially not compared to the first Say Cheese and Die which I loved. Read from June 8, 2014 - June 9, Currently rereading my original Goosebumps collection Wow. What to say about this one? As a sequel, it's terrible. It hardly follows the plot or themes of the first Say Cheese and Die. There are plot holes galore. It's never explained why Shari becomes skinny or why the photo is negative. Also, the ending was disappointing. You'll see why once you finish the book. Not a great book in the series. Especially not compared to the first Say Cheese and Die which I loved. Read from June 8, 2014 - June 9, 2014

  28. 5 out of 5

    Connie

    Source: I own this book. Cost: Unknown Title: Say Cheese and Die-Again Series: Goosebumps #44 Author: RL Stine Overall Rating: 4 stars THIS IS ONE OF MY ALL TIME FAVOURITE SUB SERIES IN THIS SERIES. The first one terrified me. Like I was so scared of this evil camera, and the second one, although not as spooky, is definitely more suspenseful than the first. It's so good! Definitely one of the top 20 in the series. Source: I own this book. Cost: Unknown Title: Say Cheese and Die-Again Series: Goosebumps #44 Author: RL Stine Overall Rating: 4 stars THIS IS ONE OF MY ALL TIME FAVOURITE SUB SERIES IN THIS SERIES. The first one terrified me. Like I was so scared of this evil camera, and the second one, although not as spooky, is definitely more suspenseful than the first. It's so good! Definitely one of the top 20 in the series.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Mandi

    Watch Jennifer and I scream into the void that is the internet about how terrible the social climate of the 90's could be sometimes: https://youtu.be/6E_XZKJ0VtY Full book club playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Follow us on Twitter: Book Club: #GBCGhostNextDoor Jennifer - @Coffee_With_Jen Mandi - @aglitermacaroon www.soundcloud.com/deadhousepodcast Watch Jennifer and I scream into the void that is the internet about how terrible the social climate of the 90's could be sometimes: https://youtu.be/6E_XZKJ0VtY Full book club playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Follow us on Twitter: Book Club: #GBCGhostNextDoor Jennifer - @Coffee_With_Jen Mandi - @aglitermacaroon www.soundcloud.com/deadhousepodcast

  30. 5 out of 5

    Abbyc

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I finished the book today it was ok. not the best book ive ever read though. one connection i made was i have lied to people before. In the book he lies to this boy named Jon because he needs the camera for something important. he lost all the weight by changing the pictures around so he didn't look fat in them, then one day when he woke up he was back to normal again. 12-10-10 I finished the book today it was ok. not the best book ive ever read though. one connection i made was i have lied to people before. In the book he lies to this boy named Jon because he needs the camera for something important. he lost all the weight by changing the pictures around so he didn't look fat in them, then one day when he woke up he was back to normal again. 12-10-10

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