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Take a little Horror home with you! In HorrorLand's eerie gift shop Andy finds a hound's-tooth necklace. The big tooth is yellow, has two sharp points, and, according to the shopkeeper, is said to grant wishes. But Jonathan Chiller knows something else about the tooth. It's said to be haunted by the ghost of a huge hound. A ghost that's got a mouthful of sharp teeth--but wa Take a little Horror home with you! In HorrorLand's eerie gift shop Andy finds a hound's-tooth necklace. The big tooth is yellow, has two sharp points, and, according to the shopkeeper, is said to grant wishes. But Jonathan Chiller knows something else about the tooth. It's said to be haunted by the ghost of a huge hound. A ghost that's got a mouthful of sharp teeth--but wants this one back.


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Take a little Horror home with you! In HorrorLand's eerie gift shop Andy finds a hound's-tooth necklace. The big tooth is yellow, has two sharp points, and, according to the shopkeeper, is said to grant wishes. But Jonathan Chiller knows something else about the tooth. It's said to be haunted by the ghost of a huge hound. A ghost that's got a mouthful of sharp teeth--but wa Take a little Horror home with you! In HorrorLand's eerie gift shop Andy finds a hound's-tooth necklace. The big tooth is yellow, has two sharp points, and, according to the shopkeeper, is said to grant wishes. But Jonathan Chiller knows something else about the tooth. It's said to be haunted by the ghost of a huge hound. A ghost that's got a mouthful of sharp teeth--but wants this one back.

30 review for When The Ghost Dog Howls

  1. 4 out of 5

    Mahbuba Sayed Sinthia

    The kind of trash book people buy when they don’t read books. And l had the luck to find it in the people's 'bookshelf' mentioned above. 😑 The kind of trash book people buy when they don’t read books. And l had the luck to find it in the people's 'bookshelf' mentioned above. 😑

  2. 5 out of 5

    Madison

    R.L Stine's "HorrorLand" is a bone chilling story that had me on the edge of my seat the whole time. From the first word to the last which left me wanting more. Have you ever been scared by a frightening dog's howl? Or a scary story that isn't real? Well maybe that howl or that story isn't fake. Reading this story will make you say that too. I recommend this book to anybody who like bone chilling, horror stories. Or to anybody who likes R.L Stine and his gory horror stories. R.L Stine's "HorrorLand" is a bone chilling story that had me on the edge of my seat the whole time. From the first word to the last which left me wanting more. Have you ever been scared by a frightening dog's howl? Or a scary story that isn't real? Well maybe that howl or that story isn't fake. Reading this story will make you say that too. I recommend this book to anybody who like bone chilling, horror stories. Or to anybody who likes R.L Stine and his gory horror stories.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Weathervane

    Liked the plot conceit -- foreign legend added flavor not often present in Goosebumps. Story felt a pastiche of Be Careful What You Wish For with a dash of Don't Go to Sleep! Characters were a bit more distinctive than usual, and the Jonathan Chiller subplot is more intriguing, maybe, than the original Horrorland series arc, which seems to bring together far too many nondescript characters, and without an initial headliner villain to lead it. Stine's style evolution (or devolution) is especially Liked the plot conceit -- foreign legend added flavor not often present in Goosebumps. Story felt a pastiche of Be Careful What You Wish For with a dash of Don't Go to Sleep! Characters were a bit more distinctive than usual, and the Jonathan Chiller subplot is more intriguing, maybe, than the original Horrorland series arc, which seems to bring together far too many nondescript characters, and without an initial headliner villain to lead it. Stine's style evolution (or devolution) is especially evident here. I suspect his editors in the '90s put the kibosh on all-caps exclamations, and for good reason. They're tacky, cheap, and appear here far too often. It also seems to me that he resorts more in these new novels to exaggerated, comic book-like names, like "Chiller" and "Doom." But I'm guessing this is largely my nostalgia obfuscating the true past, even if his recent reversion to comedic books might explain some of the stylistic incongruities. Solid.

  4. 4 out of 5

    April Baird

    This is probably one of my favorite books from the goosebumps series. This story is about two cousins Marnie and Andy, they are at a theme park called Horrorland, after a show they go to Chillers house (shop) and Andy finds a canine tooth, he wants to get it, Chiller tells them the story of the tooth, he said it can grant wishes but they had to be careful not to use it when its wet or they will be ripped to pieces. When Marnie and Andy came home they started to wish for extra food and it was gr This is probably one of my favorite books from the goosebumps series. This story is about two cousins Marnie and Andy, they are at a theme park called Horrorland, after a show they go to Chillers house (shop) and Andy finds a canine tooth, he wants to get it, Chiller tells them the story of the tooth, he said it can grant wishes but they had to be careful not to use it when its wet or they will be ripped to pieces. When Marnie and Andy came home they started to wish for extra food and it was granted straight away. However Marnie goes out of control and starts wishing like crazy, Andy is worried because at night he would hear howls outside his window. Andy and Marnie goes to a mall and she starts to wish but Andy is against it and the tooth falls in a puddle of water, he wished but got electrocutes instead. When Andy woke up Marine takes advantage of Andy's memory loss and claimed the tooth was her's. He still heard howls and searched about the tooth on google, it told him that each wish would send a signal to the dog, so it would follow them to the tooth. Worried by this Andy goes to find Marnie but instead makes her wish for more Andy realizes that the tooth was his and at night Andy tricked Marnie to come to his house, so she would admit the tooth was his. In the basement they encounter the ghost hound, Marnie confesses, and they give back the tooth to the dog. I think the story was telling us to be careful what you wish for and It shows that humans can be possessed when encountering these powers, like the character Marnie she was wishing like crazy and was controlled by the power to wish for more, which led to taking the tooth forcefully from Andy. Overall, I truly love this book, R.L. Stine can really create the mood for the reader and puts them in a totally different world experiencing what the characters would have felt. 10/10

  5. 4 out of 5

    Santiago Gutierrez

    The book “Goosebumps: When the Ghost Dog Howls” by R.L. Stine is about 12-year old Andy and his cousin, Marnie. When they get to visit Horror land they found themselves in a souvenir shop and saw something that held an adventure, the tooth of the ghost hound. Problems occur after they found out the tooth’s true power. The power to grant wishes. This is a very good book packed with exciting parts. I recommend this book to people who like fantasy adventurous stories.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sharuk Akter

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The book “Goosebumps Horrorland: When the Ghost dog howls” by R.L Stine, is about a boy named Andy who went into a cursed gift shop and was pressured by his annoying cousin, Marnie, into buying a cursed tooth. But here’s the catch it grants wishes. The tooth itself came from a wolf that terrorized a village, long story short they stole one of the tooths from that wolf. If they were to get the tooth wet, the wolf would find them. And of course his annoying cousin dropped it in orange soda and the The book “Goosebumps Horrorland: When the Ghost dog howls” by R.L Stine, is about a boy named Andy who went into a cursed gift shop and was pressured by his annoying cousin, Marnie, into buying a cursed tooth. But here’s the catch it grants wishes. The tooth itself came from a wolf that terrorized a village, long story short they stole one of the tooths from that wolf. If they were to get the tooth wet, the wolf would find them. And of course his annoying cousin dropped it in orange soda and they had to battle with the wolf trying to get its tooth back. I think my favorite characters were Andy’s parents, because they were so oblivious about Andy and didn’t really care what he did, so I feel like that would be me as a parent. My opinion on this book is pretty in between. The plot itself kept me interested, but the ending was vague and unoriginal. Leaving the book on a cliff hanger was also disappointing since the series of the book are all different stories, so you wouldn’t really knows what happens to Andy. I did enjoy the part where they made their first wishes, I understood that pure ecstasy of excitement they went through, like wishing for that Escalade and going to the burger shop. Also when he got struck by lightning, I enjoy other people’s misery. I would recommend this book definitely to someone under the age of 12, because someone my age would be just as mad as me when the get to the end of the book. So mostly children would just enjoy the ride and not the ending. Also the suspense and the attempt of “gore” would certainly keep the children on their toes while reading.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Walker

    Read this super quick, it was a neat story but the ending was a little lacklustre to say the least.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jay

    "When the Ghost Dog Howls" is the second Goosebumps book I've read concerning wishes. The first, Be Careful What You Wish For, was not my favorite book from the original series. In fact, I ranked it 51st, so pretty low. I was worried that When the Ghost Dog Howls would suffer the same fate. Luckily, this one is much better. The main issue I had with Be Careful What You Wish For is that I really did not like the main character, Samantha. Here, Andy isn't great. He buys a tooth that grants wishes. "When the Ghost Dog Howls" is the second Goosebumps book I've read concerning wishes. The first, Be Careful What You Wish For, was not my favorite book from the original series. In fact, I ranked it 51st, so pretty low. I was worried that When the Ghost Dog Howls would suffer the same fate. Luckily, this one is much better. The main issue I had with Be Careful What You Wish For is that I really did not like the main character, Samantha. Here, Andy isn't great. He buys a tooth that grants wishes. Of course he is skeptical at first, but the wishes really do come true. And unlike Be Careful What You Wish For, these wishes actually work out well. Even knowing this, Andy is hesitant to use it. This simply isn't how a sixth grader would act and I find it a bit annoying. But he's much better than Samantha. The character I really like is his cousin Marnie. She is quite diabolical and manipulating. I always like when the main characters have a bit of edge to them. R.L. Stine did this a bit in Help! We Have Strange Powers but here it is done much better. After Andy gets shocked by the tooth (that's what happens if you make a wish while the tooth is wet), Marnie steals the tooth from an unconscious Andy. She then lies to him and says it was actually her tooth and any memory of him actually buying it is because his brain is fried. She then uses the tooth as a sixth grader would; new clothes, an expensive purse, to pass a test, and to win a contest. Like other books in the HorrorLand series, we get an extended backstory and history for the villain. But here, we actually get the backstory from the HorrorLand park itself. Rather than facing the villain at home and then getting invited to HorrorLand with the rest of the characters like the first half of this series, Andy and Marnie bought the tooth at HorrorLand and then took it home with them. I'm very interested how the second half of this series will play out, learn more about HorrorLand (my favorite Goosebumps setting), and whether the books will be connected. 1. Revenge of the Living Dummy 2. Escape from HorrorLand 3. Who’s Your Mummy 4. When the Ghost Dog Howls 5. Say Cheese and Die Screaming 6. Creep from the Deep 7. Dr. Maniac vs. Robby Schwartz 8. My Friends Call Me Monster 9. Help! We Have Strange Powers 10. The Streets of Panic Park 11. Monster Blood for Breakfast 12. The Scream of the Haunted Mask 13. Welcome to Camp Slither

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mark Syron

    Andy and Marine are cousins that go to Horror Land, The pair end up in Mr. Chiller's shop of souvenir where Andy buy a Blue Kerlew Hound tooth. The only one in existence. Marine wants it but it Andy who saw it first. Andy who buys it. The tooth is said to grant wishes discovered after a sorcerer cursed the dog's teeth to fall out only to have one fall out- the tooth Andy know owns. The two start making wishes and find out that the tooth does work. From the more realistic as to getting to go out t Andy and Marine are cousins that go to Horror Land, The pair end up in Mr. Chiller's shop of souvenir where Andy buy a Blue Kerlew Hound tooth. The only one in existence. Marine wants it but it Andy who saw it first. Andy who buys it. The tooth is said to grant wishes discovered after a sorcerer cursed the dog's teeth to fall out only to have one fall out- the tooth Andy know owns. The two start making wishes and find out that the tooth does work. From the more realistic as to getting to go out to dinner to the more unrealistic as school gets canceled for the day due to a cow being lt lose in the school. Marine wants to keep using it but Andy is wary of using the tooth. Then the tooth gets wet in the Mall as the two are getting shoes from Shoe Universe. Andy gets a shock from the tooth and that's when Marine takes the tooth and claimed it as her own. Telling Andy that it always has been hers all along. (view spoiler)[ From there, Marine goes wish crazy and Andy, after doing some research, finds out that the hound that once had that tooth gets closer with every wish that is granted. Trying to get Marine to confess to stealing the tooth, Andy plans for the hound to some but it really just his neighbor's new dog dressed up as the blue hound. But the real dog turns up instead. At first, Andy wishes that he and Marine to be invisible but because of that, they can't touch anything. SO with a quick wish to revert back to normal they see that the dog is still there baring his teeth. Eventually, the dog gets it tooth back- or so it seems. With the dog gone, Marine boast that she still has the tooth and is willing to share it with Andy The epilogue is when Andy is back in his room noticing that his little Horror- the free item he got from the shopkeeper but was told he was going to pay back later- is glowing. Soon enough in the pull of the little Horror has pulled him back to the shop where Mr. Chiller can now have his fun. (hide spoiler)] The big twist in the middle really threw me for a loop. The fact that Andy wanted to be a little bit standoffish about the tooth is something different that I didn't expect from a 12-year-old especially after the fact of knowing that the tooth works with the only caution of not getting it wet. But to say overall I liked the pacing and content in this 132-page read.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Liam F.

    When The Ghost Dog Howls R.L. Stine 8/29/18 Liam Fitzpatrick The book Blue Kerlew Hound is a horror novel in the amazing series called Goosebumps. It starts of with a boy named Andy meadows and his cousin Marnie Myers. The opening scene is the two of them traveling around a theme park, and they find hems selves in a gift shop. Something catches his eye, the a giant tooth. Little did he know it was the tooth of the Blue Kerlew Hound. Eventually finds out it can grant him any wish he wants and he is h When The Ghost Dog Howls R.L. Stine 8/29/18 Liam Fitzpatrick The book Blue Kerlew Hound is a horror novel in the amazing series called Goosebumps. It starts of with a boy named Andy meadows and his cousin Marnie Myers. The opening scene is the two of them traveling around a theme park, and they find hems selves in a gift shop. Something catches his eye, the a giant tooth. Little did he know it was the tooth of the Blue Kerlew Hound. Eventually finds out it can grant him any wish he wants and he is having the time of his life. When your read a horror story there is always a plot twist that. I find the plots of this story quite interesting like all the other goosebumps stories. My review here is not give away the books but to talk about it. See Andy’s life is like no other but it all changes when the Blue Kerlew tooth comes into play. What I find the most interesting is the side effects when using the tooth, like for instance if he uses the tooth while it is wet it changes the wish and andy finds that out the hard way. I haven’t read this book since last year so sorry if it doesn't quite fit the theme.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lizzy

    "it has powers you may not want to unleash" in horrorland's eerie gift shop Andy finds a hound's-tooth necklace. The big tooth is yellow, has two shart points, and, according to the shopkeeper, is said to grant wishes. But Jonathan Chiller (the shopkeeper) knows something else about the tooth it's said to be haunted by the ghost of a huge hound. A ghost that's got a mouthfull of sharp teeth- but he wants this one back. ok that was the blurb (the writing at the back of the book telling u about the s "it has powers you may not want to unleash" in horrorland's eerie gift shop Andy finds a hound's-tooth necklace. The big tooth is yellow, has two shart points, and, according to the shopkeeper, is said to grant wishes. But Jonathan Chiller (the shopkeeper) knows something else about the tooth it's said to be haunted by the ghost of a huge hound. A ghost that's got a mouthfull of sharp teeth- but he wants this one back. ok that was the blurb (the writing at the back of the book telling u about the story) i just figiured out i have already read this book so im writing a review moral of the story DONT TAKE STUFF FROM WEIRD SHOPKEEPERS!!!!!!!!! yeah i think u should follow that advice so really good book it has 33 chapters and 131 pages in it very small print and absolutely no pictures in it thats the type of books i like though so YAY am i babbling yes i am so i better stop writing by the way next book is little shop of hampsters #14 in the horrorland series share this review and make the world a better place see u later lizzy book fans!!! (best i could come up with!) ♡ Lizzy

  12. 4 out of 5

    Georgiana-Laura Gheorghe

    Review for “When the Ghost Dog Howls” by R. L. Stine: It’s the thirteenth book from the “Goosebumps HorrorLand” series written by the bestseller author and master of horror and comedy, R. L. Stine. The story follows Andy Meadows and his cousin, Marnie who purchase an ancient tooth necklace from the Chiller House. The owner tells them that it grants wishes and warns them to not get it wet. But the children will soon discover that there is a legend behind the tooth and also great dangers. Mr. Stine Review for “When the Ghost Dog Howls” by R. L. Stine: It’s the thirteenth book from the “Goosebumps HorrorLand” series written by the bestseller author and master of horror and comedy, R. L. Stine. The story follows Andy Meadows and his cousin, Marnie who purchase an ancient tooth necklace from the Chiller House. The owner tells them that it grants wishes and warns them to not get it wet. But the children will soon discover that there is a legend behind the tooth and also great dangers. Mr. Stine brings Scottish and British legends and myths to life through the villain from this book. Suspense, courage, laughter and many other things are present in every page one reads and the story will make the readers have a frightful and comical experience which will put their imagination to work. Through his style, Mr. Stine can be named the Stephen King for children’s literature. Not only that his novels are digestible, but they give the readers the opportunity to choose the ending for the character(s). I recommend this book to readers 12+.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Wendell D'Costa

    Andy,who along with his cousin Marnie,is having a visit to the scariest place on earth,Horrorland .While at Horrorland Andy and Marnie come across a spooky looking gift shop named 'Chiller House'.Once they enter,they are greeted by a strange looking man,who looks astonishingly similar to Benjamin Franklin.He introduces himself as Jonathan Chiller owner of the chiller house.Andy then finds a tooth which is attached to a chord.Jonathan chiller says that the tooth once belonged to a blue kerlew hou Andy,who along with his cousin Marnie,is having a visit to the scariest place on earth,Horrorland .While at Horrorland Andy and Marnie come across a spooky looking gift shop named 'Chiller House'.Once they enter,they are greeted by a strange looking man,who looks astonishingly similar to Benjamin Franklin.He introduces himself as Jonathan Chiller owner of the chiller house.Andy then finds a tooth which is attached to a chord.Jonathan chiller says that the tooth once belonged to a blue kerlew hound.He says that the tooth can grant wishes.Andy decides to buy the tooth,but Chiller warns him that he must never get the tooth wet.Andy agrees not knowing about the serious danger that he has put himself in,not knowing that the ghost of the blue kerlew hound is out there searching for its missing tooth,and it would do anything to get it back! I had always wanted to read this book,and one day I finally did.It was amazing,a really good story which is gripping as well as intriguing.The story is really well layered.The wishes that the tooth grants and how Andy gets head to head with the ghost of the blue kerlew hound was really interesting.It is by far my favorite book from the Horrorland series and the chiller house arc.This book is surely a must read.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Tarissa

    This one certainly held my interest. Not too scary, but the story had just enough of a ghostly chill in it to be... thrilling. When these two cousins get a hold of a wishing tooth, they can instantly receive anything that they could possibly think of wishing for! But will they take it too far? Will the Scottish ghost wolfhound track the cousins down? He will -- if they don't stop their wishing spree! This one certainly held my interest. Not too scary, but the story had just enough of a ghostly chill in it to be... thrilling. When these two cousins get a hold of a wishing tooth, they can instantly receive anything that they could possibly think of wishing for! But will they take it too far? Will the Scottish ghost wolfhound track the cousins down? He will -- if they don't stop their wishing spree!

  15. 4 out of 5

    lina

    I read this years ago to a little niece of mine who was 6 at the time and wanted something scary. So I thought Goosebumps was a good idea for a starter horror. I grew up with Goosebumps and wanted to share a love for reading with her. i read this in 2017 and she actually liked it. So i got more and read to her.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Holli

    Why do almost all of his books always have to have a character in it you want to put in a blender?

  17. 5 out of 5

    Leander

    A wishing tooth, broken off from a ghost dog. But who bought the tooth after all? Andy? Or his cousin?

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kara Rowley

    Cool and scary

  19. 4 out of 5

    Thomas-James

    Everyone can take a little horror home with them after visiting Horrorland.. but not everyone should...

  20. 5 out of 5

    Alan Alarcon

    Awesome

  21. 5 out of 5

    Elleyna

    Growing up this was my all time favorite book, being a horror kid, it was AWESOME this is a must read, even though it's a grade school level, I thought it was kickass Growing up this was my all time favorite book, being a horror kid, it was AWESOME this is a must read, even though it's a grade school level, I thought it was kickass

  22. 5 out of 5

    Siddarth Vijay

    Very nice book!! Probably my favorite of the horrorland series.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Josiah

    R. L. Stine has once again begun a series of scary books aimed at a middle-grade audience, and I could hardly be more pleased than I am at the idea. His story arcs in the first twelve Enter Horrorland books were better than I would have anticipated, in many cases better even than the books in the original Goosebumps series, and to see him once again expand upon the idea is something that I am looking forward to experiencing. In When the Ghost Dog Howls, cousins Andy and Marnie come across a sou R. L. Stine has once again begun a series of scary books aimed at a middle-grade audience, and I could hardly be more pleased than I am at the idea. His story arcs in the first twelve Enter Horrorland books were better than I would have anticipated, in many cases better even than the books in the original Goosebumps series, and to see him once again expand upon the idea is something that I am looking forward to experiencing. In When the Ghost Dog Howls, cousins Andy and Marnie come across a souvenir dog tooth while in the Horrorland shop owned by the esoteric Jonathan Chiller. The dog's tooth has a backstory that neither Andy nor Marnie really believe, but when they get it out into the real world, there's no denying that the legend must be true; the tooth grants wishes to whomever holds it, mostly without the dreadful consequences of literal-mindedness that affect most wishing mechanisms in stories. In fact, it seems that this talisman of sorts has virtually no downside. Andy has a sense that it must be too good to be true, though. If the tooth really does grant wishes, then the rest of the story about it is probably true, as well, which means that a spectral hound will be coming after the owner of the tooth to reclaim what was stolen from him. A lot about this book remains unexplained through to the end, partly because of the fact that it's only the first installment in a seven-book miniseries. What is the real story behind the "shock" that the owner of the tooth is supposed to receive if the tooth gets wet? What does the "Little Horror" figurine that is thrown in along with the tooth as a "free gift" have to do with everything? How vital is Jonathan Chiller in the orchestration of all these events, some of which appear to be interconnected, and others of which do not? It will be interesting to see how these questions are answered in the six proceeding volumes, and how R.L. Stine progresses to form this overarching story. The idea definitely has potential, and R.L. Stine has the ability to reach that potential. On the whole, I would give one and a half stars to When the Ghost Dog Howls.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Becca W

    Andy and his annoying cousin, Marnie are in Horrorland. Like most of Horrorland's guests, they stumble into Chiller House. Andy finds a tooth. Not just any tooth, but a tooth that grants any wishes that you want. Andy buys it, but Marnie complains because she wanted it too. They start making wishes, and realizes that the tooth isn't fake at all. When Marnie and Andy take a trip to the mall, Andy drops the tooth in orange soda. Jonathan Chiller told Andy not to get the tooth wet, but he didn't sa Andy and his annoying cousin, Marnie are in Horrorland. Like most of Horrorland's guests, they stumble into Chiller House. Andy finds a tooth. Not just any tooth, but a tooth that grants any wishes that you want. Andy buys it, but Marnie complains because she wanted it too. They start making wishes, and realizes that the tooth isn't fake at all. When Marnie and Andy take a trip to the mall, Andy drops the tooth in orange soda. Jonathan Chiller told Andy not to get the tooth wet, but he didn't say why. Andy finds out why. While Andy was unconscious, Marnie stole the tooth from Andy and made up a story on how the tooth was actually hers all along. Andy didn't fully believe Marnie, but he didn't protest about it. Marnie was winning contests and was getting good clothes and things, so she didn't want to give the tooth back to Marnie. When Marnie and Andy were working on Andy's arcade machine, the ghost dog that once owned the tooth in his mouth comes back to get his tooth. Marnie and Andy wished that they were invisible so the dog couldn't see them. The dog could still smell them, though. Andy realizes that they can't touch anything, so it would be impossible to call for help. Andy wishes for them to become visible again, and they give the tooth back to the dog. Or so Andy thought. Marnie finds the tooth, and she decided to keep it. She also tells Andy that she wants to share it, but I don't think that she would have. I liked this book, so I would definitely recommend it to anyone that likes books by R.L Stine, such as the Goosebumps series. I enjoy many of the books by R.L Stine, and I know for a fact that his books are very popular. This book was interesting, and it was full of detail. I enjoyed reading this book, and I hope you will too. I hope you liked my review of When the Ghost Dogs Howls by R.L. Stine.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jose Ramirez

    I think that Goosebumps Horrorland When The Ghost Dog Howls is a very good book because its mysterious/Horror. Its about a boy named Andy and his cousin Marnie all ways wanted everything he had.One day there at Horrorland going to see a circus show and Andy was kind of scared because the clowns heads were chopped of then they teleported and they were in the audience and the people were gouls and zombies then the power cut of and Andy found a spotlight and the people were going back and Murrder t I think that Goosebumps Horrorland When The Ghost Dog Howls is a very good book because its mysterious/Horror. Its about a boy named Andy and his cousin Marnie all ways wanted everything he had.One day there at Horrorland going to see a circus show and Andy was kind of scared because the clowns heads were chopped of then they teleported and they were in the audience and the people were gouls and zombies then the power cut of and Andy found a spotlight and the people were going back and Murrder the clown said,"This Way!" Then when they went that way they were teleported again and they were inside a little shop and had tons of cool stuff that they both wanted then a old man come and said,"welcome".Then the old man said that there was a big tooth they both wanted it and Marnie said she dosnt want so Andy got it and he said how much does it cost he said pay me next time then they both went home and started making wishes and they were all true and they were happy.Then he relized that all the wishes that he made was making a signal for the blue Kendew Dog and stopped making wishes because he kept on hearing growls.Then He told Marnie to stop also but she didn't listin. At the end of the story they were sure that the dog left but they weren't sure so they kept on making wishes but they didn't know that it didn't left at all.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jesse Hamalainen

    Andy and his cousin Marnie are in Horrorland. They find a place called the chiller house and Andy finds a mystical tooth. when used it grants any wish that you want. Then andy buys it. They start making wishes it they realise it isn't fake and when Andy takes a trip to the mall, he drops the tooth in orange soda. The man from the chiller house told Andy not to get the tooth wet, but didn't say why. Andy finds out why. While Andy was unconscious, Marnie stole the tooth from him and made a story o Andy and his cousin Marnie are in Horrorland. They find a place called the chiller house and Andy finds a mystical tooth. when used it grants any wish that you want. Then andy buys it. They start making wishes it they realise it isn't fake and when Andy takes a trip to the mall, he drops the tooth in orange soda. The man from the chiller house told Andy not to get the tooth wet, but didn't say why. Andy finds out why. While Andy was unconscious, Marnie stole the tooth from him and made a story on how it was hers. Andy didn't fully believe Marnie. She was getting heaps of free stuff and winning a lot of stuff as well, so she didn't want to give the tooth back to Andy. When Marnie and Andy were working in the garage, the ghost dog that once owned the tooth comes back to get it. Andy wished that they were both invisible so the dog couldn't see them but the dog could still smell them. Andy realises that they can't touch anything, so it would be impossible to do anything So then Andy wishes for them to become visible again, and they give the tooth back to the dog. At the end marnie finds the tooth and keeps it and she said she would share it. I liked this book it was very interesting. I would recommend it for anyone to read.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Owen Jin

    I think this book is wonderful it start off with a jump scare sort of thing then the creep factor just keeps rising but what do you expect from the master of horror writing R.L Stine. This book is the most terrifying of the horror-land series highly recommended if you want to be scared to death by dogs howling at night do not miss it also it ends with something that's really scary....... I think this book is wonderful it start off with a jump scare sort of thing then the creep factor just keeps rising but what do you expect from the master of horror writing R.L Stine. This book is the most terrifying of the horror-land series highly recommended if you want to be scared to death by dogs howling at night do not miss it also it ends with something that's really scary.......

  28. 5 out of 5

    Chase Furtado

    In Horrorland eerie gift shop finds a hound's tooth necklace. The big tooth is yellow, has two sharp points, and according to the shoekeeper, is said to grant wishes. But Jonathan Chiller knows something else about the tooth. It's said to be haunted by the ghost of a huge hound. A ghost that's got a mouthful of sharp teeth but wants this one back. It is very interesting and a good book. In Horrorland eerie gift shop finds a hound's tooth necklace. The big tooth is yellow, has two sharp points, and according to the shoekeeper, is said to grant wishes. But Jonathan Chiller knows something else about the tooth. It's said to be haunted by the ghost of a huge hound. A ghost that's got a mouthful of sharp teeth but wants this one back. It is very interesting and a good book.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Anmol

    I THINK THIS IS AMAZING! I LIKIE THIS BECAUSE WHEN WE ARE READING IT, WE CAN'T KNOW WHERE THE KIDS ACTUALLY WERE! SOMETIMES IN A NIGHTMARE, SOMETIMES REAL. I LIKE THE LAST PART WHEN THE DOG COMES TO TAKE HIS REVENGE OR TO TAKE HIS TOOTH BACK! IT'S MYSTERICAL FULL STORY. I THINK THIS IS AMAZING! I LIKIE THIS BECAUSE WHEN WE ARE READING IT, WE CAN'T KNOW WHERE THE KIDS ACTUALLY WERE! SOMETIMES IN A NIGHTMARE, SOMETIMES REAL. I LIKE THE LAST PART WHEN THE DOG COMES TO TAKE HIS REVENGE OR TO TAKE HIS TOOTH BACK! IT'S MYSTERICAL FULL STORY.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Hew La France

    Not a bad little story. It started to feel a little like the original Goosebumps book "Don't Go To Sleep" for a little bit there, but I think it definitely played out better. A little bit of a weird story, but not bad. Not a bad little story. It started to feel a little like the original Goosebumps book "Don't Go To Sleep" for a little bit there, but I think it definitely played out better. A little bit of a weird story, but not bad.

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