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The Dummy Meets The Mummy Goosebumps SlappyWorld #8

After being put back to sleep and abandoned in an old museum Slappy is brought to life by a curious girl on a school trip Out for revenge Slappy uses his powers to raise Does Slappy finally meet his match when faced with a cursed Egyptian mummy Will our kid protagonists become collatoral damage when the two powerful monsters collide Find out here in this surprisingly first that I m aware Goosebumps versus special Think Alien VS PredatorLong time Goosebumps readers will be unsurprised when the well used Slappy tropes appear yet again but the twist of the extra monster and multiple character point of views give the impending doom a orchestrated feeling than usual Stine also seems to be increasingly aware of his adult readers making a cute Stephen King reference and age joke the kids call their 36 year old teacher ancient Purists will be surprised when Slappy exhibits behaviors aligned with the movie version than the multiple books but this is hardly the first time for character inconsistencies to appear and there s always been ambiguity about Slappy s powers or lack thereof so it feels refreshing when he does something new All in all another delightful entry to SlappyWorld The Burning The Haunting of Grey Hills girl on a school trip Out for revenge Slappy uses his powers to raise Does Slappy finally meet his match when faced with a cursed Egyptian mummy Will our kid protagonists become collatoral damage when the two powerful monsters collide Find out here in this surprisingly first that I m aware Goosebumps versus special Think Alien VS PredatorLong time Goosebumps readers will be unsurprised when the well used Slappy tropes appear yet again but the twist of the extra monster and multiple character point of views Reiki A Comprehensive Guide give the impending doom a orchestrated feeling than usual Stine also seems to be increasingly aware of his adult readers making a cute Stephen King reference and age joke the kids call their 36 year old teacher ancient Purists will be surprised when Slappy exhibits behaviors aligned with the movie version than the multiple books but this is hardly the first time for character inconsistencies to appear and there s always been ambiguity about Slappy s powers or lack thereof so it feels refreshing when he does something new All in all another delightful entry to SlappyWorld

CHARACTERS The Dummy Meets The Mummy Goosebumps SlappyWorld #8

Enge It's dummy versus mummy as Slappy faces his most dangerous and frightening opponent yet Can Slappy defeat this ancient adversary Or will it be a wrap for this dummy I loved Goosebumps when I was in grade school I remember getting big stacks of them from the book orders I ve been trying to read most of the books I put out into my class library and this happened to be the most recent Goosebump book I obtained so I decided to revisit the past Slappy has never been my favorite in the series but since it was the one I had I went with it I ve never read any of the SlappyWorld series before After reading so many Newberry books and then reading this one I have to say it s pretty obvious why kids like this series than the serious children s literature In a word it s FUN Within the first couple mins a mummy is coming to life and ripping someone s face off All in a kid friendly way of course Slappy pukes green guts all over things there s an epic sleepover in a haunted horror museum and the mummy and Slappy have a great duel It s the junk food of books and it s fabulous The Newberry books are not going to get reluctant children to read but books like this one are I liked the audio Slappy has a very creepy voice The story was ridiculous but highly enjoyable

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An army of creatures from the exhibits But when the museum closes Slappy and his new friends are locked inside with Arragatis an ancient mummy with his own plan for rev Wow Whether you re young or old like me you re going to enjoy reading Goosebumps SlappyWorld The Dummy Meets The MummyThe narration is slightly different this time around There s the normal introduction by Slappy himself a short prologue taking place in Egypt a four chapter thriller with Slappy terrorizing the Riggles family and lastly there s the main tale of the Haunted Horror Museum sleepover I like way Mr Stine introduced Aaron first uickly switched the point of view to Cathy and later brought back Aaron into the foldLike all Goosebumps books the characters here are two dimensional except for Slappy who gets all the one liners I do realize there are a few adult readers who complain about the characters not having enough depth to them but hey it s just a kid s story These books tend to be under 150 pages and there s just not enough space to expand the characters For me the most important part of any good Goosebumps is the actual storyThe Dummy Meets The Mummy happens to be the best entry in the SlappyWorld series at least so far It s a little bit vicious than some of the previous installments and it has of an old school 90s Goosebumps vibe There s less laughs and chills


About the Author: R.L. Stine

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 seriesR 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 soldStine 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



10 thoughts on “The Dummy Meets The Mummy Goosebumps SlappyWorld #8

  1. says:

    Does Slappy finally meet his match when faced with a cursed Egyptian mummy Will our kid protagonists become collatoral damage when the two powerful monsters collide Find out here in this surprisingly first that

  2. says:

    Overuse of Slappy as the villain is a big factor by this point in the Goosebumps franchise but RL Stine adds a few variations in The Dummy Meets the Mummy to keep the storyline from going stale Not only does Slappy battle a classic Goosebumps antagonist but the parents and kids are on the same page as each other for most of this book; aware that the ventrilouist dummy is alive they combine their efforts to def

  3. says:

    Lot's of humor and scares Slappy has become a fan favorite in the Goosebumps world and for good reason I love that you never get bored with these stories Fun until the final sentence

  4. says:

    Wow Whether you're young or old like me you're going to enjoy reading Goosebumps SlappyWorld The Dummy Meets The MummyThe

  5. says:

    When Cathy's dad gets a new mummy for his Haunted Horror Museum he's over the moon It's just what his museum needs and it arrives just in time for Cathy's class sleepover But when Cathy's sister Shannon recites the words written in the coffin t

  6. says:

    Out of all the Slappyworld books this one is definitely my favorite It’s not your typical Goosebumps story in many ways I was left feeling really impressed intrigued and wishing the story was longer Slappy vs a mummy What could you ask for

  7. says:

    Compared to the average classic Goosebumps this one is better and scarier Overall Rating 46 out of 5

  8. says:

    One of my favorite goosebumps books of all time and i believe the most fun iteration of Slappy ever produced by the mad genius RL Stine That guy is 76 and still writing better then ever He is a living inspiration and my hat goes off to him every few months i'm excited to pick up a new slappysworld bookSo what

  9. says:

    I loved Goosebumps when I was in grade school I remember getting big stacks of them from the book orders I've been trying to read most of the books I put out into my class library and this happened to be the most recent Goosebump book I obtained so I decided to revisit the past Slappy has never been my favorite i

  10. says:

    No No This is a book about an evil living ventrilouist dummy and an evil living mummy who are fighting it out in an a creepy little museum while surrounded by kids on an overnight school trip And it is AWFUL The only thing that entertained me was this line I hid one of the amber stones between Stephen King's legs You damned sure did

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