It is Halloween and Spooksville is either the best place to be, or the worst. It depends on how scared you want to get. Adam and his friends dress up in their costumes and set out for a fun night of trick-or-treating. But along the way they come across the Evil House, hear a stream from within, and feel obligated to see what is the matter....
|Title||:||The Evil House|
|Number of Pages||:||144 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
The Evil House Reviews
Halloween has come to Spooksville, and if there's one thing this town knows how to do, it's frighten children and adults alike. I appreciated that this installment in the Spooksville series read less like a sci-fi novel and more like a horror novel, reminiscent of works by authors such as R.L. Stine. In my opinion, it helped break the series out of the rut that it seemed to be falling into in previous books. As usual, Watch (or should I say Sherlock Holmes in this case) filled the role of the intellectually superior voice of reason, but he seemed to play a bigger part in The Evil House, which I enjoyed since Watch is my favorite character at this point.I dare say this is the best book in the Spooksville series so far, and I hope that Christopher Pike continues in this direction.