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It's the end of the ride--for now! Fright-master R.L. Stine saves the most shocking surprises for last as all of HorrorLand's secrets are revealed! The kids who are trapped in HorrorLand thought they had reason enough to panic. That was before they reached Panic Park. It seemed like the only way to escape the mysterious villain who's playing puppet-master with their lives. B It's the end of the ride--for now! Fright-master R.L. Stine saves the most shocking surprises for last as all of HorrorLand's secrets are revealed! The kids who are trapped in HorrorLand thought they had reason enough to panic. That was before they reached Panic Park. It seemed like the only way to escape the mysterious villain who's playing puppet-master with their lives. But Panic Park is a perilous place, and it makes HorrorLand seem like HappyLand! Now they must face their greatest fears--and team up with the unlikeliest allies--in this shocking conclusion to the ride of a lifetime.


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It's the end of the ride--for now! Fright-master R.L. Stine saves the most shocking surprises for last as all of HorrorLand's secrets are revealed! The kids who are trapped in HorrorLand thought they had reason enough to panic. That was before they reached Panic Park. It seemed like the only way to escape the mysterious villain who's playing puppet-master with their lives. B It's the end of the ride--for now! Fright-master R.L. Stine saves the most shocking surprises for last as all of HorrorLand's secrets are revealed! The kids who are trapped in HorrorLand thought they had reason enough to panic. That was before they reached Panic Park. It seemed like the only way to escape the mysterious villain who's playing puppet-master with their lives. But Panic Park is a perilous place, and it makes HorrorLand seem like HappyLand! Now they must face their greatest fears--and team up with the unlikeliest allies--in this shocking conclusion to the ride of a lifetime.

30 review for The Streets of Panic Park

  1. 5 out of 5

    Veronica Morfi

    Rating: 4/5 Finally I am done with the Horrorland series. Now I have a ton of reviews to write. Including this one :)

  2. 5 out of 5

    Matt Adams

    WHo- The menece, Byron, Luke, Lizzy What- Taken through mirrors and ended up in horrorland, and they can't go back through the mirrios the only way to make it out alive is to survive a lot of scares Where- Panic Park When- 1960s Genre- thriller horror fiction Auther- R.L Stine Likes- Genre Goosebumps series the menaces two faces liked the ending DIslikes- Too many characters and it made it hard to follow the story Reccomendations- I reccomend this book to people who like horror thriller and fiction book WHo- The menece, Byron, Luke, Lizzy What- Taken through mirrors and ended up in horrorland, and they can't go back through the mirrios the only way to make it out alive is to survive a lot of scares Where- Panic Park When- 1960s Genre- thriller horror fiction Auther- R.L Stine Likes- Genre Goosebumps series the menaces two faces liked the ending DIslikes- Too many characters and it made it hard to follow the story Reccomendations- I reccomend this book to people who like horror thriller and fiction book

  3. 5 out of 5

    Neal

    I like this book because all the enemies join forces with the good to stop their leader.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jose Ramirez

    Title:Goosebumps Horrorland The streets of panic park By:R.L. Stine I think that goosebumps horroland the streets of panic park is a very good book because it has horror that you can actullay feel.There was a group of kids they were invited to an imusment park they were called to be very special guests then a girl named lizzy and her brother luke knew the truth of the anmusement park.Then they both went inside the park to warn the group of kids that they should stay in the park but they didnt li Title:Goosebumps Horrorland The streets of panic park By:R.L. Stine I think that goosebumps horroland the streets of panic park is a very good book because it has horror that you can actullay feel.There was a group of kids they were invited to an imusment park they were called to be very special guests then a girl named lizzy and her brother luke knew the truth of the anmusement park.Then they both went inside the park to warn the group of kids that they should stay in the park but they didnt listen to them so luke and lizzy followed them.Then when they went to the other park it was all black and white and nobody was there except for a little shadow girl and one of the kids went to the girl and out of nowhere a bunch of shadows came out and surrded the kid and got turned into a shadow.Then someone told the group that they escaped this place but she dosent remeber but she rembered a white building that was windy they went into a white building but it was the wrong one because dr.mainaic was there and frigten them.they got captured by the menace and then he told them that the exit was to the right they went to the exit and realized that it was a trap and all their greatest fears were there and they told the group how to escape but they had to get rid of the menace.then at the end they escaped and lizzy got in her car and put her jeans on but she felt something in her suitcase and she gasped and it was slappy the dummy.

  5. 5 out of 5

    10-11 Noah

    A young girl and her friends go to panic park to see if it was fun. But is was not at all. An evil puppet named Mac enslaved her brother and locked her in a mental hospital. On her way to find her brother she finds a few friends to help her. When she finds her brother, Mac had locked him up in a super cell where he can not get out no matter what. So she has to find a way to get him and save her friends. And defeat Mac the evil puppet.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Santiago Gutierrez

    The book “Goosebumps: The Streets of Panic Park” by R.L. Stine is about a group of kids who got invited to horrorland. Luke and Lizzie warn the rest of the kids that they’ll be safer in horrorland than panic park. The kids ignore them either way, and go to panic park. And they don’t know what The Menace has in store for them.They meet with old friends to get out of panic park. I really recommend this book to people who like dramatic, intense stories.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    Well, I read the entire Goosebumps Horrorland series, and by and large, I was underwhelmed. R. L. Stine's Goosebumps was once a favorite of mine when I was in middle school. There were many things he knew how to do well. He realistically portrayed kids' dialog, hobbies, interests, and thoughts, creating kids who were very easy to relate to, something most authors have a hard time with. At least, they were easy to relate to until the inevitable "tell the parents what's going on and get angry when Well, I read the entire Goosebumps Horrorland series, and by and large, I was underwhelmed. R. L. Stine's Goosebumps was once a favorite of mine when I was in middle school. There were many things he knew how to do well. He realistically portrayed kids' dialog, hobbies, interests, and thoughts, creating kids who were very easy to relate to, something most authors have a hard time with. At least, they were easy to relate to until the inevitable "tell the parents what's going on and get angry when they don't believe you" moment, which occurred in a lot of his books. In his earlier books, he knew how to create some genuinely unsettling moments and plot twists. I remember actually being very afraid when reading the scene in "Don't Go in the Basement" where the father, who was turning into a plant-like being over time, cut himself and bled green blood in the bathroom sink, while the kid was staying in bed and pretending to be asleep, desperately hoping his dad wouldn't notice he was awake. That scene had some excellent tension, and there were others in his earlier books that had a similar effect. But over time, Stine's writing seemed to deteriorate, and he started to fall into repetitive cliches. All younger sibling characters are annoying. All older sibling characters are condescending. There's often a bully - the main character is *never* the bully (at least when Bruce Coville wrote My Teacher Fried My Brains, he wasn't afraid to dive into little-explored territory and actually made a school bully the hero, and even a sympathetic one). A lot of the same dialog expressions were recycled regardless of whose mouth they were coming out of. The stories, already suffering from fake-out scares where nothing really happened, began to rely on them so much that it started to grate. And they just became super predictable. Goosebumps Horrorland isn't so much a fresh start as it is a continuation of what Stine did right and wrong - mostly wrong - later in his Goosebumps career. The kids are modernized, now using cell phones to communicate instantly with friends, and using somewhat more modern slang. Blogs and webcomics were featured as plot elements to some degree. It was clearly modern day. But the storytelling was largely stuck in the past. Fake-out scares galore, both from the kids being scared by any little thing that happens at the end of a chapter, or by other kids playing pranks. The real scares and threats were not much different than before, but at least some of them were more creative or genuinely unsettling. One story involves a person who attempts to attain immortality by eating the innards of still-living mummies! That is just plain dark, and totally unexpected from the normally tame Goosebumps series! There's some more stuff like that, with some characters having fates worse than death as a backstory, but this is still the exception rather than the rule. The major new element to Goosebumps Horrorland is the addition of the Horrorland subplot at the end of each book. The main character of the story you just read ends up in the fright-themed amusement park of Horrorland, ultimately joining up with the main characters of all the other books in this series. Essentially, each Goosebumps Horrorland book contains two stories: the main story, involving an original character with an original threat, and the continuing story of the Horrorland saga, which continues on from the previous book in the series and essentially runs as a serial. The main story moves quickly, but due to the need to fit the Horrorland subplot at the end, the main story is now shorter than a regular Goosebumps book would be, and has less of a chance to really attempt to establish atmosphere, as the plot needs to move quickly. The curse of a quick-moving plot afflicts the Horrorland subplot as well, however, resulting in a story that feels very random, as various "scary" things happen too rapid-fire to really be scary due to the total lack of atmosphere. This problem should have been rectified by the last two books in the Goosebumps Horrorland series, as they take place exclusively in Horrorland as well as a place called Panic Park, and are continuations of the Horrorland saga thus far. Sadly, not only are they not, but the final book in the series is the most random of all! Streets of Panic Park, the final Goosebumps Horrorland book, involves a character who has captured all of the kids in the saga thus far, and plans to literally frighten them to death as part of a bizarre, nonsensical plot. The result is the most random imagery I'd ever seen in a Horrorland book, and a plot that feels rather lacking in places to really branch out. And that's a royal shame. Since I first heard about this series, I'd thought that the idea of bringing many main characters from different, original Goosebumps stories together and putting them in Horrorland would make for some very interesting storytelling possibilities. Some of them are utilized. The villains of the main stories of Goosebumps Horrorland show up a second time to threaten the kids in the Horrorland saga subplot, thus allowing the kids to see what threats their new friends have faced. Furthermore, one pair of kids actually have special powers that they gained from their own story, which they put to use here. Other than that, though, Goosebumps Horrorland is largely disappointing. R. L. Stine has probably racked his brain for all the ideas he can come up with for children's horror, and it seems he really used them to his best ability in the first few books of the original series. It may be time for him to try something different from horror, or Goosebumps, if he is to keep on writing.

  8. 4 out of 5

    ❤Marie Gentilcore

    We (me, boy-11, girl-10) have sure enjoyed the Horrorland series. We listen in audio so we can all experience it together. In this book the Horrorland Special guests finally escape from Panic Park and return to Horrorland Park. This is the last audio in the series for now and it was fun and fast paced and entertaining. We had a great time reading this book series together. Highly recommend this series for kids and family group reads or listens.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lily Newman

    This story creates suspense and horrors to await for you in this book. There's more than just one character in this story, but is all the character's from previous books that went on their own adventure. They escape from HorrorLand to Panic Park, but that was a mistake. The Menace is using them to get his park back to the real world! They need to stop him but how? I think this is a good book and I would recommend it to people that are into horror. (It also has some twists) This story creates suspense and horrors to await for you in this book. There's more than just one character in this story, but is all the character's from previous books that went on their own adventure. They escape from HorrorLand to Panic Park, but that was a mistake. The Menace is using them to get his park back to the real world! They need to stop him but how? I think this is a good book and I would recommend it to people that are into horror. (It also has some twists)

  10. 5 out of 5

    anuprash

    nice fiction, I have viewed the border of madness i.e, menace -starkly mad keeping fear meter and fearing the children to return to the present world with the help of fear that's the menace but with the help of the villains who have frightened them to death previously and with a hugest weapon to fight the fear they returned to their world. From mine its a nice novel. nice fiction, I have viewed the border of madness i.e, menace -starkly mad keeping fear meter and fearing the children to return to the present world with the help of fear that's the menace but with the help of the villains who have frightened them to death previously and with a hugest weapon to fight the fear they returned to their world. From mine its a nice novel.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Goodner

    I had a difficult time following this one because it was SO far-fetched. The problem-solving / conflict resolutions felt forced to me. All the kids who are VIPs at Horrorland are now swept away into this alternate past reality, Panic Park. Their own personal monsters are all there, too, so who do they trust?

  12. 4 out of 5

    Leander

    This one earns itself a four stars. Why? Because of the way Stine put them all together, his characters, his villains. It's a beautiful piece of work in itself. And, the one whom they thought they could trust. The only one. He/she (won't give any hints), turned out to be with the evil side. And, what does it take to make an evil person have your back? This one earns itself a four stars. Why? Because of the way Stine put them all together, his characters, his villains. It's a beautiful piece of work in itself. And, the one whom they thought they could trust. The only one. He/she (won't give any hints), turned out to be with the evil side. And, what does it take to make an evil person have your back?

  13. 4 out of 5

    KidlitUnderground

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Finally, the Horrorland book that brings everything together ( not to mention answers whether Byron is friend or foe). Except, just as I was saying “I *knew* it!”... along came another plot twist that had me geeking out. In short, read the Horrorland series in order.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Marcus Garcia

    In The Streets Of Panic Park, there were a group of kids reported missing. Some people sent over some teenagers to look for the kids, but they had some situations that might get them into trouble and problems.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Antonio Caruso

    Great book! It was one of the best Goosebumps books yet!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Nishant Bagga

    Goosebumps is my favourite series and this book is an excellent one........Must Read

  17. 5 out of 5

    Lizzy

    really good book summing up the horrorland short story. next book in the series is when the ghost dog howls stay chooned i will have a review for that book in no time at all ♡ Lizzy. B

  18. 5 out of 5

    Erica Locke

    Another great ending

  19. 5 out of 5

    Santiago

    it was good i would read another one.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Deandre Snow

    The Goosebumps book horrorLand ''The streets of Panic Park'' reasons why you should read this book is that it is really interesting and it's engaging. The Goosebumps book horrorLand ''The streets of Panic Park'' reasons why you should read this book is that it is really interesting and it's engaging.

  21. 5 out of 5

    YIRUI

    It was AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11

  22. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    nICE END TO THE HORRORLAND STORY. HARD TO KEEP TRACK OF ALL THE KIDS IN SUCH A SHORT BOOK. I think it would have ended better if the cross over was FEAR Street based instead of a generic PANIC PARK.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jovanny V

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. 14 kids were invited to HorrorLand Theme Park as Very Special Guests. A horror named Byron that worked there had told them that they would be safer in another park called Panic Park, but two kids that had been to HorrorLand before and that got information for a guy that called himself Monster X tried to convince them that they would be safer in HorrorLand. Because Panic Park was a very horrifying place. One of the "proved" that she was lying and decided to take one, the two followed behind. When 14 kids were invited to HorrorLand Theme Park as Very Special Guests. A horror named Byron that worked there had told them that they would be safer in another park called Panic Park, but two kids that had been to HorrorLand before and that got information for a guy that called himself Monster X tried to convince them that they would be safer in HorrorLand. Because Panic Park was a very horrifying place. One of the "proved" that she was lying and decided to take one, the two followed behind. Whenever they got to Panic Park, nothing was like they expected it to be. Everything was dark with no color, there were sad shadow people everywhere, it turned out to be a total nightmare. The horror that worked there took them all to a room where they met The Menace, a really scary looking guy that was dressed in black that had a second face behind the other. He had told them that he needed their fear to be able to bring his park back because it was stuck in the year 1974. Suddenly he showed them "The Fear Meter" which calculated their fear and if it grew the bracelets that they had on would heat up eventually. Then The Menace showed them a film where the seat were alive! As the movie started the kids would start to feel everything that was going on on the screen. Soon they went all crazy, crashed, and they saw how many people died on the rides. The Menace had explained that that was the reason they had to close Panic Park. Then when the movie ended Byron took them to the room they would have to stay in and whenever he left he came back right away for a card that he had given to one of the kids to be able to open doors and everything at the park, but the kid denied so Byron grabbed him and turned him upside down and shook him till he gave him the card though later on when they needed he pulled out the real card which means he gave him a total different card. So as they were trying to find a way to go back to HorrorLand they started noticing that several of the villains they had fought before were there trying to increase their fear even more. Later on after confronting some off them all of the villains came up to them telling them that if the meter reached 100 all of the would disappear but The Menace and the Park. They would now have to work together but only the kids could go up to him because the Fear Meter was on calculating the kids fear. Whenever they went up to him they tried to not get scared the all started yelling "No fear!" Which lowered their fear, when he notice this he put worms all over them and suddenly increasing their fear the villains came in. They all started to tell jokes about him and of course this lowered all their fear but everything was shrinking, so they had to run away to HorrorLand. Fortunately one of the villains knew a way to go to HorrorLand in just seconds, it was by going through some mirrors. So they went really fast trying to avoid getting left behind with the park and when they went through one of them they felt a blast of wind that lifted them up then another blast swirled around them pulling them to the building while the park popped like a bubble then they spun and they were back to HorrorLand. Parents were there ready to pick them up and then left. Whenever Lizzy was unpacking she felt something on her suitcase,Slappy.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Abraham Hernandez

    This book by R. L. Stine, (author of the Mostly Ghostly series, Fear Street series, and many other more) is the final book to the original Goosebumps Horrorland series.I really liked this book because I've read almost every book in the Goosebumps/Goosebumps Horrorland series and there is a main monster or villain for each character in the Horrorland series. There they get invitations to "Horrorland: The Scariest Place on Earth" amusement park. Later they realize that this invitation is a trap. T This book by R. L. Stine, (author of the Mostly Ghostly series, Fear Street series, and many other more) is the final book to the original Goosebumps Horrorland series.I really liked this book because I've read almost every book in the Goosebumps/Goosebumps Horrorland series and there is a main monster or villain for each character in the Horrorland series. There they get invitations to "Horrorland: The Scariest Place on Earth" amusement park. Later they realize that this invitation is a trap. They have been invited by their monsters. All the kids of the past 12 books meet each other. They all explain their stories and come to this conclusion. They become friends and help each other escape. But from all these kids, they all think that one of them is a traitor. Byron, a worker at Horrorland seems to be their only friend by giving them special keys and a lot of hints on how to escape Horrorland. But to everyone's surprise, Byron was the traitor. He was actually trying to get them to get to Panic Park, the amusement park built before Horrorland. When they enter Panic Park, (through a gelatin like entrance Byron pointed out) they notice many spirits of people and everything is black and white here. They meet the scariest person (or thing) ever, Dennis the Menace. Dennis is trying to scare them just enough, without scaring until killing them or he will have to bring kids and repeat the story all over again. "Go right ahead, scare them until they die!" yelled Dennis to the back of his head. The more their scared the more the scare-o-meter is being filled. When the meter is full, Dennis will be able to bring Panic Park back. All the monsters these kids have faced are scaring them to help Dennis. Will Dennis succeed and bring Panic Park back? Read to find out!!!!!!!!!!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Josiah

    As in all of the Horrorland series of books, "The Streets of Panic Park" is a suspenseful and intriguing mystery that finally brings everything together in one book, allowing us to see the actions and impetus behind the entire twelve-book series. R.L. Stine does a very good job of wrapping up all the loose ends, a difficult proposition when one considers that there were SO many characters, motives and agendas introduced over the course of these books. I was a bit confused by the fact that the r As in all of the Horrorland series of books, "The Streets of Panic Park" is a suspenseful and intriguing mystery that finally brings everything together in one book, allowing us to see the actions and impetus behind the entire twelve-book series. R.L. Stine does a very good job of wrapping up all the loose ends, a difficult proposition when one considers that there were SO many characters, motives and agendas introduced over the course of these books. I was a bit confused by the fact that the reason behind the Horrorland park didn't correlate with what Horrorland was about in the original "One Day at Horrorland" or its Goosebumps 2000 series sequel, "Return to Horrorland" (I'm trying to avoid spoilers here by giving away vital information pertaining to either book), but overall this new Horrorland series is very well done. My final opinion on the Horrorland series as a whole is that it contains some of R.L. Stine's very best work as an author. Particularly at early points in the series, the eerie suspense of the "Enter Horrorland" sections was palpable, and it really did give me goosebumps, at times. These books are, in my view, a feather in the cap of R.L. Stine, and definitely worth owning and reading.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Mariah B

    The name of my book is called "The Streets of Panic Park" and it's by Jonathan Rand. The main setting is at this carnival called panic park created by a two headed guy. There really isn't a main character but there are sixteen kids trapped at this carnival. These kids have all faced the Goosebumps creatures and now they were all here to face off the biggest one. The two headed guy is trying to get his park back because it is stuck in the 1960's, to help him get his park back he puts these kids t The name of my book is called "The Streets of Panic Park" and it's by Jonathan Rand. The main setting is at this carnival called panic park created by a two headed guy. There really isn't a main character but there are sixteen kids trapped at this carnival. These kids have all faced the Goosebumps creatures and now they were all here to face off the biggest one. The two headed guy is trying to get his park back because it is stuck in the 1960's, to help him get his park back he puts these kids through these horrible test the more the kids scream the closer he gets to getting his park back to bring havoc on the people he did before. These kids have to try to keep the scream meter low so they can find a way to escape and defeat the monster. I personally like this book because it has that good feeling like whats gong to happen next and it has a good background. I would recommend this book to anybody because its a good book to just sit down and read.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Julian Plascencia

    I think that Goosebumps The Streets of Panic Park is a great book for suspense and for its description. I could not relate to any of the characters in the book and I did not find anything in the book funny but I did like the suspense. One of the lines that was descriptive was "It was so tiny now... nothing left... just a shiny bubble floating against the colonist sky." The Streets of Panic Park is a book about 16 kids trying to survive a threat made of fear. I would recommend this book to kids t I think that Goosebumps The Streets of Panic Park is a great book for suspense and for its description. I could not relate to any of the characters in the book and I did not find anything in the book funny but I did like the suspense. One of the lines that was descriptive was "It was so tiny now... nothing left... just a shiny bubble floating against the colonist sky." The Streets of Panic Park is a book about 16 kids trying to survive a threat made of fear. I would recommend this book to kids that have read the series and that love suspense and lots of description. I really enjoyed the book because the last book left me hanging, and this book has a great ending. I hope you enjoy this book and read the series before you read this, enjoy!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Hew La France

    I think this and 'Escape From HorrorLand' made the entire first arc in the HorrorLand series even more incredible than they already were. Much like its predecessor, not all of the 16 kids get a decent amount of time, and only a few of them get true development. I'm willing to forgive that, however, because of how involved the plot is. This is a story that started getting told 11 books ago, and with 16 protagonists and 11+ protagonists, of course some characters won't shine. Compared to the other I think this and 'Escape From HorrorLand' made the entire first arc in the HorrorLand series even more incredible than they already were. Much like its predecessor, not all of the 16 kids get a decent amount of time, and only a few of them get true development. I'm willing to forgive that, however, because of how involved the plot is. This is a story that started getting told 11 books ago, and with 16 protagonists and 11+ protagonists, of course some characters won't shine. Compared to the other books in the series, as well as the whole franchise, I think this in was actually pretty creepy for a kid's book. Well done, Mr. Stine. Well done.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Franklin

    i think that this one of the best books ive ever read about 16 kids trying to escape from a reality horrible to scary theme park.the characters were the 16 kids trying to escape an eviller scarier park that they and the enemies they face in the past that were going to die with the 16 kids. but they somehow escaped and almost died with the nemmis and escaped panic park and came pack to horrorland where there parents were waiting in the parking lot like nothing happened.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Ali6441

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book is about 16 kids that were invited to a theme park but they find out that the horrors in the park are too real and they get secret messages to go to another park so when the time comes they travel to the park using mirrors and they finally find out that they have been tricked and they are forced to bring the park back to life, join them in this new book to see what's next. This book is about 16 kids that were invited to a theme park but they find out that the horrors in the park are too real and they get secret messages to go to another park so when the time comes they travel to the park using mirrors and they finally find out that they have been tricked and they are forced to bring the park back to life, join them in this new book to see what's next.

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