Monday 9 March 2020


The Scarecrow Walks at Midnight (Goosebumps, #20)
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Well, this is my fourth Goosebumps in a row, and it's especially scabby. This one has a stain that may or may not have been left behind by a scarecrow. 😱

Every year, Jodie and her brother spend a month of their summer holiday at her grandparents' farm and love going. But as soon as they get there, they notice that something strange is going on.

Their grandparents are acting weirder than the guy who helps them on the farm. And if that's not weird enough, there are a bunch of scary scarecrows in the cornfields...

Ooooooooh. This book was super creeeeeepy.

The eerie location and the freaky way the story unfolds was so cool. The tension builds slowly, sending Jodie into a tailspin as she tries to deny what's really going on.

Stine has done it again. He introduced me to an interesting character, her family and a very intriguing situation. Jodie's a great character and I really enjoyed her voice. Besides, I'm always down for a spooky scarecrow story and this one is deliciously wicked.

And seriously, that Stanley guy and his son were way more terrifying than any scarecrows. 😵

I'm absolutely LOVING these!

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