Slappy New Year! has ratings and 56 reviews. Taylor said: RL Stine is one of my favorite authors and this was the book that got me hooked on the seri. Goosebumps HorrorLand Series, Book 18 · Goosebumps HorrorLand In order to throw his big New Year’s Even party, Ray’s parents make him promise to. Ray Gordon is a brave kid. He wants to try out all of the scariest rides at HorrorLand. Unfortunately, his brother, Brandon, is scared of everything.
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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about slapppy problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Slappy New Year! Goosebumps HorrorLand 18 by R. Take a little Horror home with you! Horrofland Gordon is a brave kid. He wants to try out all of the scariest rides at HorrorLand. Unfortunately, his brother, Brandon, is scared of everything–loud noises, roller coasters, and even the wooden dummy named Slappy that Ray gets from Jonathan Chiller’s gift shop.
There’s something not quite right about the evil look on the horforland fa Take a little Horror home with you! There’s something not quite right about the evil hororrland on the puppet’s face. Ray usually enjoys scaring Brandon but his parents made him promise to stop it, if he wants to have his huge New Year’s Eve party. Which is why it is so strange that things keep happening to his younger brother. Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Slappy New Year!
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I cant get figure out how to open the book? JA I don’t know ho to download the book. See all 4 questions about Slappy New Year! Lists with This Book. Jan 07, Taylor rated it it was amazing. RL Stine is one of my favorite authors and this was the book that got me hooked on the series! I love this series but this book is very special to me. Slappy is such a creep and he has some REAL good roasts lol. Highly recommend this book, hopefully it will get you onto the series!
Nov 29, Wendell D’Costa rated it it was amazing. Ray Gordon is really excited for the new years eve party he is hosting with his friend Elena. But suddenly his brothers room is trashed and his cloths are ruined by syrup, and at both times he finds Slappy at the scene grinning melavaelontly at him. Is the Dummy that he got from Horrorland responsible for all the trouble? Or is there someone else to be blamed? Was a great book. I have always like the Jonathon Chiller arc and the concept of Horrorland itself.
But speaking about t Ray Gordon is really excited for the new years eve party he is hosting with his friend Elena. But speaking about this book. It was written well. The mystery about the trouble being caused and defeating Slappy was great. And always Slappy’s character was written beautifully, or should I say terrifyingly? It was a nice Horrroland and Slappy book, worth reading. Oct 19, Quirks rated it really liked it Shelves: I only read the books for a reading challenge.
These books are so short and easy to read. And they’re fun so I went for it. I enjoyed it more than I thought I would. It’s really funny and Slappy is a creep and Ray can be quite evil and I flew through it. I also liked the little tid-bits of information that we got about Ray’s family or their past. It gave them more dimention. And I got to read a different writing style. Mostly it’s either past or present. This one was past but more Okay Confession!
This one was past but more like recent events.
Like something that happened last goosegumps. If a girl had long hair then, she probably still has now, so the descriptions were in present.
I haven’t read it before and I enjoyed that. The little jerkface who turned out to be a hero It was a lot of fun reading this. Made me want to read more.
Apr 01, Rebecca McNutt rated it it was ok. Not exactly the best book I’ve ever read, to say the least. This “HorrorLand” series – a modern update to the children’s Goosebumps series – has been largely a disappointment, goossbumps this book definitely takes the cake.
Choppy sentences, limited vocabulary, overly generic sheeple kids and overall it’s nothing to get excited about.
Even if you’re reading it for nostalgic value it’ll do nothing but disappoint you. Aug 09, Alanna rated it it was amazing.
It was a really ned book. Slappy is my favorite goosebumps character. If u want to read about an interesting new year Read slappy new year. Oct 09, Alfredo Barajas rated it goosebum;s it.
Slappy new year by R. Stine in my opinion was not that good. Because goozebumps don’t think that there wasn’t that much detail then any goodebumps scary books that I have read. I recommend this book to anybody who like scary and interesting books if you do like those type of books then I would recommend this book to you. A strength of this book is when there was some detail in the start of the book at the end all the detail started to ware off and I fell like the writer started to rush writing the book at t Slappy new year by R.
A strength of this book is horrirland there was some detail in the start of the book at the end all the detail started to ware off and I fell like the writer started to rush writing the book at the end of the book.
If this book has a series i wouldn’t read it I didn’t like the first one why would I like the rest. Also there wasnt that much detail not only at the end of the book but most of the book thats why I think that the book wasn’t that good. In total I think that the book wasn’t that good so that’s all what I think about the book. Oct 31, Lily Newman rated it it was amazing. It is a good book. And it had twists in it so look out for those. Slappy came back and is ready to conquer after being brought to life by strange words that will make life terrible as he has to get rid of it before it destroys his life.
Jan 01, Josiah rated nw it was ok.
I haven’t yet read any reviews of this book, but I get the feeling at least a few will say it felt like a rewritten version of most other Slappy stories in the Goosebumps series.
I can’t say they’d be wrong; no new ground is broken, and all the surprise twists have popped up in previous books about Slappy. Nonetheless, I am pleased with Slappy New Year! Slappy is the most written-about villain in all of R. Stine’s many, many books, and seeing the familiar evil yrar in a new story after so ma I haven’t yet read any reviews of this book, but I get the feeling at least a few will say it felt like a rewritten version of most other Slappy stories in the Goosebumps series.
Stine’s many, many books, and seeing the familiar evil doll in a new story after so many years is kind of comfortable. I love that R. Stine still has plans for Slappy, and I’m certain he’s going to play an integral part yeear the finale to this series.
Unlike every previous owner, Ray comes across Slappy inside of the mysterious Jonathan Chiller’s Horrorland souvenir shop, the place where all of the kids in the Horrorland series have picked out their particular haunted item that ended up terrorizing goosebujps.
Ray ignores the protests of horrorpand younger brother Brandon, who at age nine though already bigger than Ray is afraid of the nasty-looking dummy that Ray wants to purchase, and decides to buy Slappy anyway; and, of course, as always, this is where the horror begins. There’s no need to get much deeper into the plot, as most of what proceeds from this point is a walk down memory lane for readers familiar with Slappy’s modus operandi.
Even though he’s exceptionally strong for his size, Slappy understands that he’ll be defeated with relative ease if he reveals himself to people indiscriminately; therefore, he chooses his spots with caution, and only performs his malicious work when kids are around to act as easy targets for blame by adults.
It’s a method that always works, so unless Slappy slips up and lets an adult see him move on his own, it’s nearly impossible for the kids he is taking advantage of to defeat him. I don’t plan on much of a delay before reading it, either, as I’ve waited a long time to find out what will happen.
It’s good to have R.