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Sunday, 14 July 2013

goosebumps-The girl who cried monster

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GOOSEBUMPS-THE GIRL WHO CRIED MONSTER

Author-R.L Stine

Length-137 pages

Publisher-Scholastic publishers
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The girl who cried  monster was the eighth book in the goosebumps series.The tagline on the book cover is ‘she’s telling the truth but no one believes her!!!’.Lucy is the main character in this story, Lucy dark spends her summer vacation scaring her brother and participating in the local library’s reading program. She scares her little brother merely mentioning that there might be a monster behind a tree in the bush around the corner. Randy falls for this because he is only six years old.The reading program at the library is called reading rangers,and the deputy of this program is the bald,sweety mole like man named Mr. Mortman. She told many monster stories that her friend and family are sick of it. But when Lucy discovers a real living monster one day nobody believes her.It looks very bad when nobody believes her real monster story and she find many ways of revealing it.The unique thing in this book is this the monster eats turtles,housefly and moths everyday.The ending of the story was just terrible,it adds a twist to the story but it’s a dump twist.I found myself skipping parts of the book.For some reasons it did’nt just interest me.But the ending is very unexpectable.This book will be liked by all ages ,so I request everybody to read this book.

GAYATHRY.S
VII-D
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