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Sharp turns ahead! All aboard the next-to-last thrill ride in this epic series from fright-master R.L. Stine! And be prepared for the most shocking twists yet. . . . Lizzie and Luke have uncovered secret information about the freaky amusement park. Lizzie wants to help the others, but since the twins don't trust her, they're all in a deadlock. Did someone say DEAD? A trip t Sharp turns ahead! All aboard the next-to-last thrill ride in this epic series from fright-master R.L. Stine! And be prepared for the most shocking twists yet. . . . Lizzie and Luke have uncovered secret information about the freaky amusement park. Lizzie wants to help the others, but since the twins don't trust her, they're all in a deadlock. Did someone say DEAD? A trip through the hall of Mirrors lets the kids escape HorrorLand and enter Panic Park. Safe at last! Or are they? Why are there no exits? What's in the Tunnel of Hate? Have they been tricked again?


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Sharp turns ahead! All aboard the next-to-last thrill ride in this epic series from fright-master R.L. Stine! And be prepared for the most shocking twists yet. . . . Lizzie and Luke have uncovered secret information about the freaky amusement park. Lizzie wants to help the others, but since the twins don't trust her, they're all in a deadlock. Did someone say DEAD? A trip t Sharp turns ahead! All aboard the next-to-last thrill ride in this epic series from fright-master R.L. Stine! And be prepared for the most shocking twists yet. . . . Lizzie and Luke have uncovered secret information about the freaky amusement park. Lizzie wants to help the others, but since the twins don't trust her, they're all in a deadlock. Did someone say DEAD? A trip through the hall of Mirrors lets the kids escape HorrorLand and enter Panic Park. Safe at last! Or are they? Why are there no exits? What's in the Tunnel of Hate? Have they been tricked again?

30 review for Escape From Horrorland

  1. 5 out of 5

    Veronica Morfi

    Rating: 3.5/5 Review to come...

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kitkat

    I loved the ending! I'm so excited for the next book! I loved the ending! I'm so excited for the next book!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Josiah

    This book would land in the two to two-and-a-half star range for me. In some ways, "Escape from Horrorland" diverges from the normal path taken by the first ten books in this series. For example, there is no "Enter Horrorland" section in the back, due to the fact that all fourteen of the Very Special Guests (plus Luke and Lizzy) are all in Horrorland for the entire story. R.L. Stine has taken on a challenging task in the writing of these books, attempting to include sixteen different main chara This book would land in the two to two-and-a-half star range for me. In some ways, "Escape from Horrorland" diverges from the normal path taken by the first ten books in this series. For example, there is no "Enter Horrorland" section in the back, due to the fact that all fourteen of the Very Special Guests (plus Luke and Lizzy) are all in Horrorland for the entire story. R.L. Stine has taken on a challenging task in the writing of these books, attempting to include sixteen different main characters without neglecting any one of them. Of course, Luke and Lizzy are given special attention in this volume, which makes sense since they are the newest characters to be added to the plot, and the plot is told from Lizzie's first-person perspective. I'm glad that we get to see Luke and Lizzy in these new stories. After having read the original Goosebumps books, revisiting the characters in all-new stories is a fun and rewarding experience, and R.L. Stine in this series has done some of his best work, in my opinion. "Escape from Horrorland", like the previous eleven entries in the series, contains some excellent creative twists and some suspenseful, thrilling action.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Araceli

    To readers who love Goosebumps, you should read this book. I was dying to find out the way out of horrorland. When i read this book, it was a cool book. My favorite character was Carly Beth because she was one of my favorite goosebumps character (the haunted mask). I recommend this book to lovers of goosebumps. Enjoy the book, and the twists.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Candra Hodge

    Horrorland- can they escape? Now all the stories converge into just one- the kids in horrorland. Will they escape? Do they want to esacpe?

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jasleen Kaur

    It was way too exciting to visit old horrors in one book. I loved to experience a whole new face of horrorland.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Alana

    The bone-chilling tale of Lizzy and her brother, Luke, takes place at the scary amusement park called Horrorland. When they meet a group of kids who are trying to escape from the monsters that run the park, the Horrors, they help them escape. One of the Horrors that is on their side, Byron, helps them get to the house of mirrors. There they travel through the mirrors into Panic Park. Half of the group is waiting there. As they travel through Panic Park, they find ghostly people who were present The bone-chilling tale of Lizzy and her brother, Luke, takes place at the scary amusement park called Horrorland. When they meet a group of kids who are trying to escape from the monsters that run the park, the Horrors, they help them escape. One of the Horrors that is on their side, Byron, helps them get to the house of mirrors. There they travel through the mirrors into Panic Park. Half of the group is waiting there. As they travel through Panic Park, they find ghostly people who were present when the park was still functioning. As they make their way to the Midnight maze (that leads them out of there), they fall into mysterious traps that they all find familiar. What happens next? I find this book quite mysterious and exciting. Then again, it gets a little boring for the age level. But the writing is tasteful and alive, and I truly am a fan of R.L. Stine. The movement of scene and details is crazy and exciting, what I like to read about! I would recommend this book to a friend who likes horror stories.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Edgar B.

    The book Escape from Horrorland is a really good book. I liked this book because it is a mystery book which makes it really interesting. I recommend this book to everyone because they can get really interested in this series of books. The book is about two kids finding secret information about a freaky amusement park. They go from one amusement park to another one. I really encourage people to read this book.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Atlantis

    My son brought this home from the school library and I kept running into it as I was picking up the house so I decided to just read it! Not going to be fan...just being honest.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Chris R

    “Their fists were clenched tight. And their eyes were shooting darts at us.” This is what thirteen year old, Lizzy Morris, and her eleven year old brother, Luke, see when they begin an adventure in HorrorLand. HorrorLand is a strange and scary amusement park that Lizzy and Luke visited before. They were getting mysterious e-mails from a park worker at HorrorLand who told them a group of kids were in big trouble. It seems that a group of fourteen kids were invited to HorrorLand to spend a free w “Their fists were clenched tight. And their eyes were shooting darts at us.” This is what thirteen year old, Lizzy Morris, and her eleven year old brother, Luke, see when they begin an adventure in HorrorLand. HorrorLand is a strange and scary amusement park that Lizzy and Luke visited before. They were getting mysterious e-mails from a park worker at HorrorLand who told them a group of kids were in big trouble. It seems that a group of fourteen kids were invited to HorrorLand to spend a free week as “Very Special Guests”, but quickly things go badly for them. Now, Lizzy and Luke go to help them. Lizzy and Luke discover that eight of the kids had gone through mirrors to get to Panic Park, and the remaining six are suspicious of Lizzy and Luke, since they are unsure who to trust. Matt and Carly Beth Caldwell seem to be the leaders of this group. The twins, Jackson and Jillian Gerard, and Robby Schwartz, and Julie Martin go along with the Caldwells, because they are scared and unsure of what to do. Eventually, all of them end up in Panic Park, and they realize the people there are from the past. They call themselves “the shadow people” and said “they vanished”. They were the gray shadows left behind when the park disappeared. There was no color there, and everything was in black and white. They find the other eight kids safe, but know they don’t have much time to find a way to escape. There is danger around every corner. Is this a parallel universe? Can they get out in time? Or will they become trapped like the others? Goosebumps HorrorLand #11 Escape From HorrorLand by R.L. Stine is a fiction book in a series. R.L. Stine is very famous for his Goosebumps books around the world. They are popular with older elementary and middle school students. Boys and girls would equally enjoy this book. It is easy to read and geared to preteen and teen readers because of the informal writing style. The characters in the book are likeable. There are also a variety of other characters in the book that the reader can relate too just like in real life. It is set in the present, except when they go to Panic Park which is the past. The author’s vivid descriptions of characters and other details makes you feel you can picture what is happening in your mind. I especially liked the way the author described the “dummy” they discover. The description of the worms coming from its eyes would gross out any reader, and I am sure that this is what the author was trying to do to get his point across. The characters in the book are facing a challenge of trying to escape from evil. They learn also about friendship and trust along the way. This book was hard to put down. Every chapter ends suspensefully. It makes you want to continue reading to find out what happens next. It is a fun book to read. This is the first time I have read a Goosebumps book. I thought that it would be too scary when I was younger, so I never read one. The reader is told that Lizzy and Luke had been to HorrorLand previously, so I don’t know if #10 is part of the HorrorLand series, but I do know that there is one after this book that is called #12 The Streets of Panic Park. Overall, this book is a good choice for readers who enjoy a little suspense, a bit of gore, and to be entertained.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jay

    Escape from HorrorLand is different stylistically from the previous ten books in the series. They all start with a traditional Goosebumps story followed by the main character being invited to HorrorLand. All of these stories are connected. But in Escape from HorrorLand, we start out at HorrorLand. We follow Luke and Lizzy Morris, the protagonists from the original One Day at HorrorLand, which in my opinion is the best Goosebumps book there is. Overall, there is a lot to like here but a few parts Escape from HorrorLand is different stylistically from the previous ten books in the series. They all start with a traditional Goosebumps story followed by the main character being invited to HorrorLand. All of these stories are connected. But in Escape from HorrorLand, we start out at HorrorLand. We follow Luke and Lizzy Morris, the protagonists from the original One Day at HorrorLand, which in my opinion is the best Goosebumps book there is. Overall, there is a lot to like here but a few parts I think could have been better. Luke and Lizzy say they have researched Panic Park and believe the other kids who are trying to escape HorrorLand for Panic Park, are making a mistake. Here is the first part that I wish would have been expanded. I would have liked a bit more of the information the two kids got from research. We get some but I feel like the backstory could have been a bit more robust. When they finally get to Panic Park, the book gets quite good. Stine created a very good ambiance. I could truly picture it in my mind. The black and white environment and the ghostly characters really create a creepy picture. The “attractions” at the park are also done really well. First, they go to the Tunnel of Hate. On this boat ride, the kids begin to actively hate each other. Two kids fall off a boat and are so full of hate for each other that they continue to fight underwater, ignoring that they are drowning. Another boat of kids has been in the tunnel for so long that the kids have become nothing more than wild animals, even trying to attack the throats of the other kids. It is all very terrifying and gruesome. Then they go to the Midnight Maze. This kind of reminded me of the maze in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, where the characters face foes from earlier in the story. Here we get the Egg Monsters, Haunted Mask, and Captain Ben. This is the second portion that I think could have been improved. The battle against the Egg Monsters is spectacular. Honestly one of the best chapters in any Goosebumps books. But how Captain Ben and the Haunted Mask were defeated was pretty underwhelming. I also would have liked them to face more villains here. There were ten different villains in this story. Maybe they will show up in the next book but I would have loved to see a few more in the maze. All in all, this was a very good Goosebumps offering. There was ambiance, scares, twists, and some very gruesome portions. It also left me wanting to continue to the next book by leaving quite a bit unanswered. Why did Lizzie lie about her powers? Who really is Byron? Who brought them to HorrorLand and why? So where does it rank? Well, it’s kind of hard to rank it because how different it has been from the rest of the books. I ranked the previous books based on the storm before HorrorLand. But this book is all HorrorLand and pretty dependent on the other stories. It is really good though. It joins Revenge of the Living Dummy and Who’s Your Mummy as books from this series that are all time greats. 1. Revenge of the Living Dummy 2. Escape from HorrorLand 3. Who’s Your Mummy 4. Say Cheese and Die Screaming 5. Creep from the Deep 6 Dr. Maniac vs. Robby Schwartz 7. My Friends Call Me Monster 8. Help! We Have Strange Powers 9. Monster Blood for Breakfast 10. The Scream of the Haunted Mask 11. Welcome to Camp Slither

  12. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Canosa

    This book is AMAZING because it has MANY twists in the plot that you could NEVER expect from the beginning. In the beginning it seems like a very basic, predictable book, but I know that R.L. Stine makes better books then that. I decided to keep reading (thankfully). As soon as I know it, it gets interesting and makes me love the book. This book is a somewhat short book however, it gets twists and turns in the book. It is a holiday-type reading book, but I could not resist reading a goosebumps! This book is AMAZING because it has MANY twists in the plot that you could NEVER expect from the beginning. In the beginning it seems like a very basic, predictable book, but I know that R.L. Stine makes better books then that. I decided to keep reading (thankfully). As soon as I know it, it gets interesting and makes me love the book. This book is a somewhat short book however, it gets twists and turns in the book. It is a holiday-type reading book, but I could not resist reading a goosebumps! They are to good to skip! A classic series that is still very, very appreciated till today! I would recommend this book to basically, anyone!

  13. 5 out of 5

    ❤Marie Gentilcore

    The kids (girl 10 and boy 11) really enjoyed book 11 in the Horrorland series. This time the whole book is set in Horrorland and we meet two new characters Luke and Lizzy as they join the rest of the main characters from previous Horrorland books. They try to warn the kids not to leave Horrorland but it is hard to know if they can be trusted. They end up following them to Panic Park. There is a lot of drama and excitement. We will start bok 12, The Streets of Panic Park, tomorrow.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Beth Monk

    Enjoyed this book. i listened to it on ausio book (more convienient) love the twist of the story, and look forward to what is going to transpire throughout the rest of the series. i like that this has taken some of the characters from the origional classic goosebumps books and given them a follow up. love R.L.Stine's writting both the goosebumps series and his point horror books, Enjoyed this book. i listened to it on ausio book (more convienient) love the twist of the story, and look forward to what is going to transpire throughout the rest of the series. i like that this has taken some of the characters from the origional classic goosebumps books and given them a follow up. love R.L.Stine's writting both the goosebumps series and his point horror books,

  15. 5 out of 5

    Leander

    Stine combines the evil characters from the previous HorrorLand books, and The Menace offers them a chance at revenge against the innocent protagonists who had beaten them. The kids escape from HorrorLand into Panic Park. But there's a question that lingers? Are they making the right decision? And Byron the horror, has he indeed been a helpful horror as they think him to be? Stine combines the evil characters from the previous HorrorLand books, and The Menace offers them a chance at revenge against the innocent protagonists who had beaten them. The kids escape from HorrorLand into Panic Park. But there's a question that lingers? Are they making the right decision? And Byron the horror, has he indeed been a helpful horror as they think him to be?

  16. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Goodner

    I really enjoyed this installment because there was no cut from one story to the story of Horrorland. We got to experience the rides and experiences of Horrorland, and all our VIPs got to escape...but to what??

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jc

    More from the master of teen horror.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Nick Miller-Katenkamp

    This book isn't bad. There was a lot going on with all the characters and a lot of names to remember, but overall the story was creepy and kept the overarching plot moving along. This book isn't bad. There was a lot going on with all the characters and a lot of names to remember, but overall the story was creepy and kept the overarching plot moving along.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Zoya

    This is awesome and that I am a huuugggeee!!! Fan of goosebumps but I can’t get the book 11 of goosebumps Horrorland. Help!!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    Liked this much better than the mini stories that have been in the past 10 books. Horrorland is more fun than the other stories were.

  21. 4 out of 5

    James Charles

    So worth the read!! The master of YA Horror remains!!! Best read in sequence, can read alone to experience the RL Stine experience!! 4/5 stars well done!!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Sara Narrow-LaPoint

    So much confusion.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Davianna

    GOTTA READ THE NEXT ONE ASAP!!!!!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jose Ramirez

    I think that Goosebumps Horrorland Escape From Horrorland is a very good book because it has all the special guests that were sent to Horrorland.The story begins when six kids formed a circle around Lizzy and Luke because the six kids thought that they were working for someone to trick them to staying in Horrorland instead of going to Panic Park because Panic Park is actually not safe when actually Horrorland is safe.The six kids soon realized that they weren't working for anybody then that's wh I think that Goosebumps Horrorland Escape From Horrorland is a very good book because it has all the special guests that were sent to Horrorland.The story begins when six kids formed a circle around Lizzy and Luke because the six kids thought that they were working for someone to trick them to staying in Horrorland instead of going to Panic Park because Panic Park is actually not safe when actually Horrorland is safe.The six kids soon realized that they weren't working for anybody then that's when all the kid's decided to go to Panic Park and escape Horrorland and go search for other special guests that were also in Horrorland but they were lost in Panic Park.Then when they went to Panic Park everything was black and white and they were the only kids who there seem alive because everybody was seem to them was a pale ghost and they kept on saying "help me" then they all formed a circle around everybody then they ran until there was no ghost's in sight.Then a girl named Julie she said that they should take a picture of them while they are at Panic park but when she took the picture none of them showed up on the picture they tried using there cell phone's but that didn't work ethier so they continued walking and and a voice called a girl named Carly Beth and a boy named Matt.Then in the middle of the story after Carly Beth took out the Haunted Mask from her face she fell down to her knees and said to her friend if she was okay she said OK then they continued following the maze and then they were on a sandy beach and there was water and a huge ship was out in the open and Billy and Sheena were scared because it was the pirate's they defeated back home and they were on the row boat's when there was a lot of bouncing around the boat but the water was flat and calm but then they were pulled in the ship and were forced to walk off the plank.In the end of the story they were relived at first that they were back at Horrorland but they weren't and a guy named the menace said that the fun was just getting started and they were all quivering with fear

  25. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Gonzalez

    **SPOILERS** In the beginning two kids called Lizzy and Luke try to help six other kids escape horror land. While they were looking for a way out they find two kids on top a mountain. The kids on top of the mountain manege to get down and explain that the others went missing. They went into the tunnel of hate and never came out. While they were exploring the tunnel of hate they come across their missing friends in the tunnel the tunnel makes people hate each other so they were all fighting. Lucki **SPOILERS** In the beginning two kids called Lizzy and Luke try to help six other kids escape horror land. While they were looking for a way out they find two kids on top a mountain. The kids on top of the mountain manege to get down and explain that the others went missing. They went into the tunnel of hate and never came out. While they were exploring the tunnel of hate they come across their missing friends in the tunnel the tunnel makes people hate each other so they were all fighting. Luckily they manege to get out the tunnel of hate safely. A friendly monster named Byron leads them to a maze and they meet a monster called The Menace and states they have to stay in panic park for ever. In conclusion I give this book a four out of five stars. I give it this because I liked it but I didnt like how they ended the book.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Mac Ross

    Book Eleven in the series changes format. There are no longer two stories, just one. The characters Lizzie and Luke Morris, from the original "One Day at Horrorland," return to the park to save the other kids. They have no other choice, but to go through the Hall of Mirrors and enter the black & white Panic Park. There are no exits, and finally the person behind the horror is revealed. This is an exciting sequel. It was great to see Lizzie and Luke back. I was disappointed with the villain. I exp Book Eleven in the series changes format. There are no longer two stories, just one. The characters Lizzie and Luke Morris, from the original "One Day at Horrorland," return to the park to save the other kids. They have no other choice, but to go through the Hall of Mirrors and enter the black & white Panic Park. There are no exits, and finally the person behind the horror is revealed. This is an exciting sequel. It was great to see Lizzie and Luke back. I was disappointed with the villain. I expected that there would be a much eviler menace, maybe even an old villain from the original series. Overall, I enjoyed reading it.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Ericka

    I can see why the kids need to keep reading, it's really just a few chapters from a larger book. There's really no beginning and no ending. You start in the middle of an event and end in the middle of one. Very unsatisfactory. Even YA and Adult novels, when they're good and popular, don't do that. I've read other Goosebumps books and liked them, but this one...NO. I don't like the contents either. Fighting, lying, etc., no adults present. No, no, no. I have enough problems with television and sc I can see why the kids need to keep reading, it's really just a few chapters from a larger book. There's really no beginning and no ending. You start in the middle of an event and end in the middle of one. Very unsatisfactory. Even YA and Adult novels, when they're good and popular, don't do that. I've read other Goosebumps books and liked them, but this one...NO. I don't like the contents either. Fighting, lying, etc., no adults present. No, no, no. I have enough problems with television and school bringing crud into my home. I'm very disappointed in an author I thought I could trust.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Fabian Abarca

    Goosebumps horror is a scary book that takes place at the park where nightmares come to life![evil laughter].I like the book because in the tunnel of hate,the kids where saying mean stuff to each other.I also like it because it was funny,scary and mean.The last thing I like about it is when the weird looking monsters that they tried to eat the kids.I give a **** stars because it was a great book to read and I like books when there scary.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Alex

    I've been reading this series randomly whenever I find one at the library, but this particular one was just too confusing to read out of order. Usually the Horrorland part of the books is a small part of it, so I can enjoy the main plot and not worry about understanding the continuity of the Horrorland plot. Unfortunately, this one didn't have anything EXCEPT the Horrorland plot, so I was completely lost on who all these children were and what was going on. I've been reading this series randomly whenever I find one at the library, but this particular one was just too confusing to read out of order. Usually the Horrorland part of the books is a small part of it, so I can enjoy the main plot and not worry about understanding the continuity of the Horrorland plot. Unfortunately, this one didn't have anything EXCEPT the Horrorland plot, so I was completely lost on who all these children were and what was going on.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Hew La France

    The first half of the two-part conclusion to Stine's epic Horrorland crossover, this book I think is actually one of the greatest Goosebumps Books R.L. Stine has written. Sure, some of the 16 characters are neglected, and you don't get too much of a focus on the monsters, but it was still a great children's fantasy-horror-adventure. VERY excited for the following book, The Streets of Panic Park. The first half of the two-part conclusion to Stine's epic Horrorland crossover, this book I think is actually one of the greatest Goosebumps Books R.L. Stine has written. Sure, some of the 16 characters are neglected, and you don't get too much of a focus on the monsters, but it was still a great children's fantasy-horror-adventure. VERY excited for the following book, The Streets of Panic Park.

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