Goosebumps: The Blob That Ate Everyone

 
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Every once in a while I will think of some random moment from my childhood, and then look to the nearest person and ask them if they remember it also (my coworkers get the worst of this).

And so many times have I thought about this very book. For some reason, it stuck with me more than the others in the Goosebumps series. It was so vivid and haunting and quite amusing.

I haven't ever looked at a typewrite the same. Or blobs, for that matter. (Y'all remember that movie The Blob!?)

Having something you personally dream up come to kife would generally be amazing, in this case, however; it is not.
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Great book!
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In this classic Goosebumps books, Zackie Beachamp wants to be a famous horror writer. He stumbles upon a shop that has been damaged by a fire. He finds a old fashioned typewriter. Its prefect for writing his horror stories. The shop owner gives it to him for free.


Zackie rushes home and starts typing. He soon finds out that the typewriter is magical. Whatever he types becomes real. Soon there is a terrifying blob destroying the town. How will Zackie stop it?

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Classic!
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Reader reviewed by Billy Burgess

In this classic Goosebumps books, Zackie Beachamp wants to be a famous horror writer. He stumbles upon a shop that has been damaged by a fire. He finds a old fashioned typewriter. Its prefect for writing his horror stories. The shop owner gives it to him for free.


Zackie rushes home and starts typing. He soon finds out that the typewriter is magical. Whatever he types becomes real. Soon there is a terrifying blob destroying the town. How will Zackie stop it?


This is a fun book that kids and adults will enjoy reading.

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