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It's a whole new ride from master of fright and bestselling author R.L. Stine--with a story so fiendish that it can't be contained in just one book! Abby and Peter are staying with Uncle Jonathan in an eerie old village. Their uncle knows a lot about Egyptian pyramids, and his living room even looks like an ancient tomb. Do other secrets lurk inside Uncle Jonathan's house? It's a whole new ride from master of fright and bestselling author R.L. Stine--with a story so fiendish that it can't be contained in just one book! Abby and Peter are staying with Uncle Jonathan in an eerie old village. Their uncle knows a lot about Egyptian pyramids, and his living room even looks like an ancient tomb. Do other secrets lurk inside Uncle Jonathan's house? MUM's the word! Next, Abby and Peter will get all WRAPPED up in a terrifying mystery. Slappy the Dummy and other villains have been sighted in HorrorLand theme park. A monster named Byron might offer help . . . if they can find him.


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It's a whole new ride from master of fright and bestselling author R.L. Stine--with a story so fiendish that it can't be contained in just one book! Abby and Peter are staying with Uncle Jonathan in an eerie old village. Their uncle knows a lot about Egyptian pyramids, and his living room even looks like an ancient tomb. Do other secrets lurk inside Uncle Jonathan's house? It's a whole new ride from master of fright and bestselling author R.L. Stine--with a story so fiendish that it can't be contained in just one book! Abby and Peter are staying with Uncle Jonathan in an eerie old village. Their uncle knows a lot about Egyptian pyramids, and his living room even looks like an ancient tomb. Do other secrets lurk inside Uncle Jonathan's house? MUM's the word! Next, Abby and Peter will get all WRAPPED up in a terrifying mystery. Slappy the Dummy and other villains have been sighted in HorrorLand theme park. A monster named Byron might offer help . . . if they can find him.

30 review for Who's Your Mummy?

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tyler J Gray

    Well THAT was horrifying! I loved it!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Veronica Morfi

    Rating: 4/5 Review to come.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Krissy

    Well this was supposed to be a mother/daughter audiobook but of course my child abandoned me after 20 minutes and I was stuck listening to it all by myself. Sigh. I'm too old for this shit. This is the second time she's done this to me so you'd think I'd learn from my mistakes. Sammy does not like audiobooks. Noted. Well this was supposed to be a mother/daughter audiobook but of course my child abandoned me after 20 minutes and I was stuck listening to it all by myself. Sigh. I'm too old for this shit. This is the second time she's done this to me so you'd think I'd learn from my mistakes. Sammy does not like audiobooks. Noted.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Yorick

    I was going to sit here and complain about historical inaccuracies, (Yes. I know this is children's fantasy literature and shouldn't be taken so seriously, but it bothered me the whole time I was reading.) but after doing some quick research it turns out I've been wrong for a long time. So I thought I'd throw down some of the facts that I learned, so nobody else will get confused confused. (view spoiler)[ So when 'Uncle Jonathan' was seen eating the mummy organs, I was confused. I've read into ba I was going to sit here and complain about historical inaccuracies, (Yes. I know this is children's fantasy literature and shouldn't be taken so seriously, but it bothered me the whole time I was reading.) but after doing some quick research it turns out I've been wrong for a long time. So I thought I'd throw down some of the facts that I learned, so nobody else will get confused confused. (view spoiler)[ So when 'Uncle Jonathan' was seen eating the mummy organs, I was confused. I've read into basic Egyptian mythology and facts before, and I they always removed the organs and stored them in canopic jars. So what organs could he be eating? Weren't mummies just dry husks that were once real living people? It turns out they do remove the organs, just not every single organ, like I originally thought. They only removed the stomach, intestines, lungs, and liver. They left behind the heart, and presumably the other organs, such as the kidneys and spleen, ect. So 'Uncle Jonathan could very well be eating a heart or a pancreas or something like that. One more small question before I end this review. In Horrorland it's noted numerous times that Abby is terrified of mummies. But why? The only mummies in Abby's story never even left their coffins, let alone chase them or try to harm them in any way. In fact the mummies were the victims throughout the whole ordeal. If anything, you should feel sorry for them, not afraid. And in the end, the mummies were extremely grateful to Abby. I doubt they'd ever try to come after her after she released them from their suffering. So what's there to be afraid of? (hide spoiler)]

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mariel Zapién

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I’ve finished this book just to realize that I haven’t. There’s many other sequels and five books before this one. Hate my cousin for giving me this book without telling me that information. 🤦🏻‍♀️ It’s a cool / weird story though, I don’t think I will buy the seventh book, but if my cousin gives it to me, maybe a I would read it. It was super strange when the grandma ate the liver. 🤢

  6. 5 out of 5

    Leigha

    I did not care for this one very much. 2.5

  7. 4 out of 5

    Archie Andrews

    This book is very very interesting and amazing.The whole story has suspense,excitement and many more things.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca M.

    The twist was a disappointment, and I could have done with more detail, especially concerning the village, but I still had to give this one four stars for the creep factor. This is the eeriest one in the series so far. (It felt very Dracula-esque to me, despite being about mummies. Maybe it was the bats.) Abby and Peter’s gradual realization that something was wrong was delightfully suspenseful. I just wish there’d been a better pay off. I mean, devouring mummy organs (which makes no sense given The twist was a disappointment, and I could have done with more detail, especially concerning the village, but I still had to give this one four stars for the creep factor. This is the eeriest one in the series so far. (It felt very Dracula-esque to me, despite being about mummies. Maybe it was the bats.) Abby and Peter’s gradual realization that something was wrong was delightfully suspenseful. I just wish there’d been a better pay off. I mean, devouring mummy organs (which makes no sense given that organs were removed during mummification)? Using hair—hair—to keep the organs fresh? That borders on silly in my opinion. (I know, I know, this is Goosebumps. It's meant for kids. I shouldn't take it so seriously. I can't help it. I want my scary stories to be, well, scary... even if I'm not the target audience.) I did like the reveal regarding the kids’ uncle, and what the kids did at the end to save their grandmother was a nice disturbing “oh crap” moment, but overall I think the supernatural aspect of the story should have been handled differently. Again, though, I enjoyed the eeriness. The HorrorLand segment was also intriguing. I liked seeing Byron again, and I’m curious about Michael Munroe’s experience.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jonathan Currinn

    So I wasn't all that impressed with the fifth book, Dr. Maniac vs. Robby Schwartz, due to the childish storyline, but this one was just weird. We've gone from a book that was centred around comic books to one about ancient history. Surely, the fifth book of this series and the sixth book can't be any more different if they tried. Our main characters were Abby and Peter who lived with their grandmother until she falls ill and they're sent off to Uncle Jonathan (who I was hoping to like since we sh So I wasn't all that impressed with the fifth book, Dr. Maniac vs. Robby Schwartz, due to the childish storyline, but this one was just weird. We've gone from a book that was centred around comic books to one about ancient history. Surely, the fifth book of this series and the sixth book can't be any more different if they tried. Our main characters were Abby and Peter who lived with their grandmother until she falls ill and they're sent off to Uncle Jonathan (who I was hoping to like since we shared the same name but that wasn't the case). He seemed to be interested in ancient Egypt, and especially mummies, and it just felt bizarre and unrealistic. There were moments where it was believable but most of the time it just was missing so much, where was the detail? Where was the imagery? Separate from that, I did enjoy the Horrorland story, although it was short and there were some difficult scenes that missed development, but I loved that R.L. Stine included the next book's character without explaining the story behind him, I'm interested in the next book now, for sure!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Holli

    Who else here paid attention in history when mummies were mentioned? Their organs are removed as part of the embalming methods, making the twist in this book impossible. That was the least of my problems with this story. Though the big battle scene brought back memories of watching "Day of the Trifids" and the end battle of "Marvel's The Avengers," making for an interesting image mix. Though what the kids did to help their grandmother was horrible, disgusting, and really kind of cruel all around Who else here paid attention in history when mummies were mentioned? Their organs are removed as part of the embalming methods, making the twist in this book impossible. That was the least of my problems with this story. Though the big battle scene brought back memories of watching "Day of the Trifids" and the end battle of "Marvel's The Avengers," making for an interesting image mix. Though what the kids did to help their grandmother was horrible, disgusting, and really kind of cruel all around. I liked the Horrorland section better than the main story though. It was a little more intriguing and held my interest the whole way through.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Brendan Cieplensky

    Wheres My Mummy by R.L Stine is about two kids named Abby and Peter go to there Uncles house who is a crazy person who loves Egypt. When Abby and Peter are exploring the house they found a secret room with a bunch of mummy cases. Abby and Peter try to escape without getting caught by there Uncle. I thought the book was very good because it was very mysterious and the way he talked about the mummy's and how he described it. I gave the story 4 stars because I thought it was very good. I stayed up la Wheres My Mummy by R.L Stine is about two kids named Abby and Peter go to there Uncles house who is a crazy person who loves Egypt. When Abby and Peter are exploring the house they found a secret room with a bunch of mummy cases. Abby and Peter try to escape without getting caught by there Uncle. I thought the book was very good because it was very mysterious and the way he talked about the mummy's and how he described it. I gave the story 4 stars because I thought it was very good. I stayed up late to read a lot of this book and it was very good.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jose

    this book is a good book i recemend this book. The book is about two charaters going to stay with their uncle and their granny was going to stay and the two charaters didnt know they were going to a creepy vist they later find out that it isn't their uncle then have to face a fight,later on they found their real uncle then find out something then at the end they give their granny a gift to make her live forever. this book is a good book i recemend this book. The book is about two charaters going to stay with their uncle and their granny was going to stay and the two charaters didnt know they were going to a creepy vist they later find out that it isn't their uncle then have to face a fight,later on they found their real uncle then find out something then at the end they give their granny a gift to make her live forever.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Lamarr

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Who's Your Mummy? by R.L. Stine is a kinda scary book. This book is about a lady named Granny Vee and she has two kids named Abby and peter.Granny Vee was giving them to their Uncle Jonathan that knew all about Egypt. He lived in this creepy village that had all kinds of things in there. At the end one of them were shaking a mummy's hand that's how it ends. I recommend this book for people that like scary books like that. Who's Your Mummy? by R.L. Stine is a kinda scary book. This book is about a lady named Granny Vee and she has two kids named Abby and peter.Granny Vee was giving them to their Uncle Jonathan that knew all about Egypt. He lived in this creepy village that had all kinds of things in there. At the end one of them were shaking a mummy's hand that's how it ends. I recommend this book for people that like scary books like that.

  14. 5 out of 5

    DaBobby150

    In reality this book is a 2.5 out of 5. This book had a disappointing twist and was boring for the most part. I did enjoy the climax tho. Abby and Her Brother Peter are staying at their uncles house due to there grandma being sick that’s the main plot. I think this book was okay I thought it had some good moments but it isn’t the best mummy book. The horrorland section was great. 2.5 or 3 out of 5

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lily Newman

    It is a good book. It has suspense and twists again!!! ( which makes it interesting) Abby and her brother have to go to Boston for a week with their Uncle Jonathan because Grandma Vee didn't want them to worry. A strange man arrives and claims to be their Uncle and takes them to a castle that doesn't feel right. Abby see's a man get brutally attacked by bats and doesn't feel safe. It is a good book. It has suspense and twists again!!! ( which makes it interesting) Abby and her brother have to go to Boston for a week with their Uncle Jonathan because Grandma Vee didn't want them to worry. A strange man arrives and claims to be their Uncle and takes them to a castle that doesn't feel right. Abby see's a man get brutally attacked by bats and doesn't feel safe.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Goodner

    The narration of this book was fantastic - I shared it with my 8-year-old, and he LOVED it. I listened to it out of order, so I was a little confused by the shift from the kids' visit with their Uncle Jonathan to the trip to HorrorLand. R.L. Stine is always fun, and he didn't disappoint in this story of immortality and the steep price of it. The narration of this book was fantastic - I shared it with my 8-year-old, and he LOVED it. I listened to it out of order, so I was a little confused by the shift from the kids' visit with their Uncle Jonathan to the trip to HorrorLand. R.L. Stine is always fun, and he didn't disappoint in this story of immortality and the steep price of it.

  17. 5 out of 5

    KidlitUnderground

    Honestly, the Egyptian part of the story was brilliant, but the transition was so rushed and disjointed that in an audiobook, I was confused. Abby’s transition to Horrorland and meeting other series characters was such a cool idea (and something I would have liked to see more of in Fear Street). I’m suddenly on a quest to read the rest of the series to take in the story-within-a-story. Wish me luck as I digitally fight 12-year-olds to get the audiobooks. 📚

  18. 4 out of 5

    John Naylor

    This one had an interesting take on the curse of the mummy fable. Completely illogical but fun and with a few twists. Part one was enjoyable. Part two was even more enjoyable. It makes you need to read more and want to let the children catch a break in HorrorLand.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    When I was a young teen I really enjoyed R.L. Stine's books. They were classics and easily enjoyed. This one just didn't hold any "scare" aspect for me. My little one was freaked out - so clearly RL Stine still has his magic for suspense and scare. I still prefer his older stuff. When I was a young teen I really enjoyed R.L. Stine's books. They were classics and easily enjoyed. This one just didn't hold any "scare" aspect for me. My little one was freaked out - so clearly RL Stine still has his magic for suspense and scare. I still prefer his older stuff.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Bianca Dani Flores

    One of my students left this book behind yesterday. It had been a long while since I picked up a Goosebumps book. I didn't even know the Horrorland Collection existed. I liked it. I'd probably love it if I was a kid. One of my students left this book behind yesterday. It had been a long while since I picked up a Goosebumps book. I didn't even know the Horrorland Collection existed. I liked it. I'd probably love it if I was a kid.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Eric

    This is my fraviot book I want to read it agin read it it the beast Of good

  22. 4 out of 5

    Sarah-Jane Almond

    A good book. Although aimed at children some parts may be a bit to scary

  23. 5 out of 5

    Candra Hodge

    Visiting relatives can be hard Abby and her brother get sent to stay with an Uncle they haven't seen since they were really young. Turns out unknown relatives can be a problem. Visiting relatives can be hard Abby and her brother get sent to stay with an Uncle they haven't seen since they were really young. Turns out unknown relatives can be a problem.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    I never liked Mummy based horror. This book did not change my mind.

  25. 5 out of 5

    J.D.

    Summary: Abby and Peter are sent to stay with their uncle for a couple weeks so their grandma can get some medical tests done. At first they find his Egyptian styled mansion pretty cool. That is until weird things begin happening. The bats around the mansion attack people, creepy moans fill the house at night and their uncle has a hidden stash of Egyptian mummies. When Abby and Peter escape, they are tricked into returning and learn their uncle's scary secret along with his plans for them. Luckil Summary: Abby and Peter are sent to stay with their uncle for a couple weeks so their grandma can get some medical tests done. At first they find his Egyptian styled mansion pretty cool. That is until weird things begin happening. The bats around the mansion attack people, creepy moans fill the house at night and their uncle has a hidden stash of Egyptian mummies. When Abby and Peter escape, they are tricked into returning and learn their uncle's scary secret along with his plans for them. Luckily they are able to find a way to defeat him and also help their sick grandmother as well. When Abby makes it to HorrorLand two weeks later, she continues to be haunted by bats and mummies. Personal opinion: Based on the title and the cover art, I was expecting a lot more actual mummies in this book. Although it fell a bit short in that category, it was still a fun, short read. I'm also looking forward to what is about to happen in HorrorLand as the add in did not have much action in this add on.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Dustin

    Probably one of my favorites in the HorrorLand series. It was as always an interesting plot and the characters weren’t totally annoying like some in the series are.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Saqlain

    It had the most twists! It is the most surprising book, I've read! It had the most twists! It is the most surprising book, I've read!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Nick Silverstein

    Weak story and not much of a twist ending, which R.L Stine is known for in his Goosebumps books. The story was hard to follow.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kit-Cat

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Just read this and it was pretty good. I love how in all the Horrorland books, the characters always see the monster that haunted them before..... at Horrorland.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Arkajyoti Pal

    Awesome Book! Give it a read!!!

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