Help! We Have Strange Powers! (Goosebumps HorrorLand, #10)

Help! We Have Strange Powers! (Goosebumps HorrorLand, #10) It S A Whole New Ride From Master Of Fright And Bestselling Author RL Stine With A Story So Fiendish That It Can T Be Contained In Just One Book Twelve Year Old Twins Jillian And Jackson Are Startled When They Discover They Can Read Each Other S Thoughts But That S Not All They Can Read Other People S Thoughts, Too The Strange New Powers Are Excitingat First But Soon They Discover That Somebody Else Knows Their Secret Somebody Who Will Stop At Nothing To Control Their PowersThey Can T Start Trusting People In HorrorLand, Either One Of The Kids Might Be A Traitor Every Time Is Looks As If They Are Getting Away, The Bad Guys Are Waiting For Them Who S Too Blame

Jovial Bob Stine, is an American novelist and writer, well known for targeting younger audiences Stine, who is often called the Stephen King of children s literature, is the author of dozens of popular horror fiction novellas, including the books in the Goosebumps, Rotten School, Mostly Ghostly, The Nightmare Room and Fear Street series.R L Stine began his writing career when he was nine years old, and today he has achieved the position of the bestselling children s author in history In the early 1990s, Stine was catapulted to fame when he wrote the unprecedented, bestselling Goosebumps series, which sold than 250 million copies and became a worldwide multimedia phenomenon His other major series, Fear Street, has over 80 million copies sold.Stine has received numerous awards of recognition, including several Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards and Disney Adventures Kids Choice Awards, and he has been selected by kids as one of their favorite authors in the NEA s Read Across America program He lives in New York, NY.

➽ [Reading] ➿ Help! We Have Strange Powers! (Goosebumps HorrorLand, #10)  By R.L. Stine ➲ – Stockbag.info
  • Paperback
  • 139 pages
  • Help! We Have Strange Powers! (Goosebumps HorrorLand, #10)
  • R.L. Stine
  • English
  • 14 January 2019
  • 9780439918787

10 thoughts on “Help! We Have Strange Powers! (Goosebumps HorrorLand, #10)

  1. says:

    2.5 STARS I listened to this one on audio while I read the book as well and I really enjoyed the audio book until about page 94 and then shit went downhill and it got so damn confusing So I liked the first 94 pages but after that it got bad for me I m thinking you might have to read these Horrorland books in order and nowhere does it specify that Scholastic fix yo shit The audio book was fun that s why I m giving this a 2.5 There was spooky scores played throughout the book and sound effects, I really liked that Richard

  2. says:

    The kids boy 11 and girl 10 and I really enjoyed book 10 in the Goosebumps Horrorland series It is the story of twins, brother and sister Jillian and Jackson, getting special powers It was very entertaining and we also enjoyed the continuing saga of Horrorland It ended with a cliffhanger and both my kids responded with noooooooo Needless to say we are all anxious to read book 11.

  3. says:

    Second time reading I really liked the first half of the book The second half once they entered HorrorLand wasn t as interesting Original review Really enjoyed this book Probably the best one I ve read in the Goosebumps series so far Liked the characters and their special powers.

  4. says:

    This book was surprisingly different from the other books in the Goosebumps Horrorland series Sure, there s the usual fake out scares at the end of most chapters, and eventually the kids do become helpless and end up being passive later on, but for a while, we see them trying out the special powers that they gained the ability to read minds, and the ability to levitate move objects telekinetically For a while, the book is pretty fun and not as predictable as Stine s other fare, playing out like a story about kids in everyday life situations who just happen to have special powers But this is a Goosebumps book, and you know what that means.It isn t too long before bad things start to happen, and badguys become actively involved in the plot And not in a fun, heroes try to outwit villains kind of way either, with active heroes who actually get involved, but rather a typical Goosebumps, heroes run scared while bad things happen to them kind of way Goosebumps had largely had passive characters who just get scared and feel helpless, which may make the books scary to their intended audience, but also makes them boring if you re not scared or intrigued by them.Which is a shame, because for a while, the kids are actively trying out their powers, seeing how they work, and trying to find uses for them.After the main plot, it switches over to the Horrorland sidestory that the new series is partly focused on Now at Horrorland, the kids from previous stories in the series are actively trying to escape and actually affect the plot, and things get interesting now that we have the two new kids from this story, who have unusual powers and the full intent to put them to good use.In all, I d have to say that the special powers thing elevates this book above typical Goosebumps fare, but sadly it s the fact that it s a Goosebumps book with the typical Goosebumps elements that also drags it down, keeping it merely average overall.

  5. says:

    What I liked about this book was how the twins, Jillian and Jackson went to a theme park and went to a fortune tellers booth They got a piece of paper that said, Welcome to Horrorland They didn t know that they had powers I think you should read this book because the kids have cool powers, it is haunted and scary.

  6. says:

    I like many of the beginning and middle of R.L Stine s books like this one, but never the endings What is worse than a bad ending is a cliff hanger

  7. says:

    Im on page 76 I think.it is a book about two twins there names are Jillian and Jackson.they can read minds.

  8. says:

    Rating 4 5Review to come

  9. says:

    This book is about two kids that are both 12 and they re twins Their names are Jackson and Jillian, they are the only kids in their family The book starts out with them talking about their life and how they hate these other twins in school named Artie and Nina Jillian really hates those twins, she says all they do is complain about how their lives are so hard and how they always make excuses to get away with doing stuff Jillian and her brother Jackson bumped into them and they tried to get away When they finally did they found this old booth with a fortune teller in their that moved very slowly and when she grabbed a card she froze so Jillian and Jackson booth reached in to grab the card and they both got shocked and went tumbling to the floor.The theme in this book is People misunderstand people all the time other people just love that about them 3 Examples to fit that theme are 1 She stands too close to you when she talks to you I mean right in your face And she always pokes you with one finger as she talks 2 And as the car rolled past, I saw Nina and Artie in the backseat They were shrugging and mouthing the word sorry over and over again out the window 3 And then, Artie seemed to stumble His punch went wide and he slammed his fist into my brother s jaw To be honest they just really hate the twins but at the end they find out they have a lot in common.I rated this book a 4 5 cause it was really interesting to see what they can do with their powers and how they use them Some of the parts I really loved cause they were intense But the reason I didn t give it a 5 5 is cause I wish it was longer and it had a little bit detail It also went to fast so if it was longer and slowed down a bit I think I would of enjoyed it .

  10. says:

    I liked this book It wasn t one of the best out of the collection R L Stine has to offer, but it was still a decent book It talks about how twins got superpowers, and the narrator is the girl, Jillian Her twin is a boy, and his name is Jackson I think its biggest upside was the development and pacing of the book We start with Jillian and Jackson talking about how they hate this other pair of twins, that they are always gross, and such and such Eventually, though, from the moment they acquire their powers, the pacing escalates quickly It s a surprise after the next one Then, suddenly, they find themselves at HorrorLand.For me, I don t think this book had a downside It s understandable that the book is short, since this series has lots of different people linked by one thing which is apparently HorrorLand , like R L Stine did with the Fear Street series where all events were related because they happened in the Fear Streethence the name In conclusion, I liked this book, and even though it s a good book, I don t think that it deserves stars only by the fact that this is the tenth installation of the series, and I haven t read the other books, so I can t fully express myself in here It s still a good read for 6th graders and up.

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