Nostalgia Blast – Classic Goosebumps #32 Please Don’t Feed the Vampire – Review

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Book – Please Don’t Feed the Vampire – Goosebumps 

Author – R.L Stine 

Format – Paperback 

 

About The Book 

You buy something called “”Vampire in a Can.”” At first you think it’s just a goofy vampire costume with a cape, plastic fangs, and a tattoo of teeth marks. But then you find a packet in the bottom of the can labeled: DANGER-KEEP AWAY!

If you try to open the packet with your teeth, it rips in your mouth. Uh-oh. Looks like you’ve been transformed into a vampire-and you’re really thirsty. If you decide not to open the packet, your dog sinks his teeth into it. Now your cute little poodle has become a ferocious vampire dog! Can you save your pooch before th bites off more than he can chew?

The choice is yours in this scary Goosebumps adventure that’s packed with over 20 super spooky endings!

 

My Review 

I loved reading the Goosebumps books as a child and I’m so happy to be going back and reading them again for my Nostalgia Blast series. Goosebumps at it’s finest! this book is like a graphic novel in paperback with multiple choices at the end of each page, Your can read this book over and over and it ends differently each time! 

 

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2 thoughts on “Nostalgia Blast – Classic Goosebumps #32 Please Don’t Feed the Vampire – Review

  1. I’ll be honest. When I was a child Goosebumps hadn’t been put on television nor any books were in print or digital that I know of. I’ve never watched or read Goosebumps. From what you say it’s scary but good. Interesting. Maybe I’ll read it for the first time. Who Knows?

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