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ePub Zombie Town download
Author:
Tim Jacobus,R.L. Stine
ISBN13:
978-1612183299
ISBN:
1612183298
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Publisher:
Two Lions (April 13, 2012)
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Subcategory:
Science Fiction & Fantasy
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1632 kb
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1718 kb
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Rating:
4.7
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726

The characters and events portrayed in this book are fictitious. Cover illustration by Tim Jacobus.

The characters and events portrayed in this book are fictitious. Any similarity to real persons, living or dead, is coincidental and not intended by the author. No part of this book may be reproduced, or stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without express written permission of the publisher. A Parachute Press Book.

The first of which is Zombie Town. The book opens with two suburbanite kids, Karen and Mike who go to the local theater to see a hot new movie called "Zombie Town". Even though the movie is supposed to be popular, they find themselves all alone in the theatre. Stine book since last summer, when I was rereading my Goosebumps collection, but I found myself still mesmerized by his style and flipping the pages like crazy just to see what will happen at the end. If you ever read a Stine book you know there is never a happy ending and that is something that I love about his books.

Tim Jacobus /Jacobus Studios Inc. Tim is best known for creating the covers to all 62 issues of R. L. Stine's original book series Goosebumps, the first book of Give Yourself Goosebumps (Escape from the Carnival of Horrors), the three cancelled Goosebumps Gold covers, all of the Special.

Since the series' cancellation in 2000, he no longer draws the covers for Goosebumps. Jacobus has written an autobiographical book called It Came From New Jersey! My Life As an Artist, a book on his life and career for Goosebumps.

He has done over 300 book covers and paintings for various different series, novels, and video games. He currently resides in New Jersey, doing most of his art digitally. Sources: Null-A-Three - Book Cover (1985). Star Trek: The Promethean Prophecy - Game Cover (1986). Star Trek: First Contact - Game Cover (1988). Tim began drawing covers for the Goosebumps series since the release of Welcome to Dead House. Thinking this is quite weird, the two settle down to watch the movie although Mike is very uneasy of the situation.

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As I glanced all around, I suddenly remembered. I grabbed Karen’s hand and pulled her along until we found the balcony stairs y top. Black velvet curtains cove. Black velvet curtains covered the back wall. Below us, the zombies moaned and wailed. I spun around and peered down. I could see them lumbering toward the balcony stairs. Then they disappeared from sight. A couple of seconds passed. Then I heard their footsteps. Climbing up the steps. Karen yanked on my sleeve.

This used to be such a nice, quiet town.

Tim Jacobus’s cover art for the unreleased Goosebumps Gold books Slappy New Year, The Haunted Mask Lives!, and Happy Holidays from Dead House.

Stine and Tim Jacobus book signing!! strawberrifangs. on a positive note it was such an amazing experience to meet them!! both author and illustrator were a big part of my childhood!!! rl stine tim jacobus just beyond the scare school. Tim Jacobus’s cover art for the unreleased Goosebumps Gold books Slappy New Year, The Haunted Mask Lives!, and Happy Holidays from Dead House.

This used to be such a nice, quiet town. But that was before all the zombies. When twelve-year-old Mike and his friend, Karen, go to see a horror movie called Zombie Town, the last thing they expect is for the title characters to come down off the screen and chase them through the theater. And it’s not popcorn these hungry creatures want to chomp on—it’s human brains!

Now Mike and Karen frantically try to flee through the panicked streets of their hometown before shuffling bands of zombies turn every last citizen into a ravenous flesh-eater. But if Mike thinks he’ll be safe once he reaches his house and warns Mom and Dad, he'd better think again. When the zombies say it's lunchtime, no home is safe! Zombie Town is R.L. Stine’s delightfully spooky take on the horror genre that’s infecting the world, bite by bite.

  • In the 90's my kids loved watching the "Goosebumps" Series by R. L. Stine. They simply could not get enough of them. The fact was, I liked the shows too. They also read and absorbed his books.

    Recently, I decided to purchase a couple of the authors individual titles to read for myself. The first of which is Zombie Town.

    The book opens with two suburbanite kids, Karen and Mike who go to the local theater to see a hot new movie called "Zombie Town". Even though the movie is supposed to be popular, they find themselves all alone in the theatre.

    Thinking this is quite weird, the two settle down to watch the movie although Mike is very uneasy of the situation. Karen assures him there is no such thing as zombies.

    Just as the movie begins it also abruptly ends. The two go to figure out what the issue is only to find themselves locked in and soon being chased by the very zombies that were on the screen. In fact, the theatre becomes inundated with them.

    Escaping they find the town to have also changed and zombies invading. Their pursuit of survival is based on their friendship and family. Or is it?

    The book ends in an unexpected twist but only one that R.L. Stine can do.

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    As before, R. L. Stine did not disappoint me in his writing. The book kept me wanting more and more. Of course it was a short read and I read it in nothing flat but I simply could not put it down until I was done. I am looking forward to the next one!

    4 stars.

    ~Naila Moon

  • I haven't read a R.L. Stine book since last summer, when I was rereading my Goosebumps collection, but I found myself still mesmerized by his style and flipping the pages like crazy just to see what will happen at the end. If you ever read a Stine book you know there is never a happy ending and that is something that I love about his books.

    Zombie Town is the story of two friends who decide to watch the nes blockbuster movie "Zombie Town". But when the movie starts they realize they are the only ones in the theatre and after a few minutes into the movie things take a turn for the worse. The zombies from the big screen come to life and chase after them. The kids manage to escape from the theatre but once they are out at the town they find out that something terrible had happened while they were gone. Everyone is turning into zombies. Zombies that need human flesh to survive. Their flesh.

    I really enjoyed this story. It was small and fast paced and perfect for Halloween. Another thing I found great was the introduction from R.L. Stine at the beginning of the book. It was very interesting to see the idea blossoming into his mind. I need to get back in reading his books. They maake me feel like I am twelve years old, crawled up in my bed at night reading his creepy stories and it's a pretty good feeling.

  • I never read any Goosebumps books as a kid. I'm a big fan of Halloween and "horror" stories that aren't about gore, so when I saw this as the Daily Deal, I thought it might be fun. It was. This is an incredibly fast and easy read. I read it over lunch and was actually surprised. As much as I enjoy reading, I read very slowly, so I was amazed how quickly I finished it. I credit that to the fun, easy to read writing with an excellent voice. It didn't hurt that it's a short book either. This book spoofs zombie movies with a plot that revolves around zombie movies. There are graphic (though not excessive) descriptions of the decomposing zombies mixed with plenty of humor, so it's a story that will probably make children both cringe and laugh. I would definitely recommended this book, but not for the youngest of children.

    This book has one flaw: the ending. I am not giving specific details, but this last bit may still be considered a spoiler, so read at your discretion:

    There is an unhappy ending, which is fine. Not all stories, especially horror stories, need happy endings. Then there is a second twist ending that I found to be cliche and completely broke the integrity of an otherwise great story.

  • So I was in love with this story . The only thing I hate is that it is to short . I so wish it was longer. And this I not just a little kid book . I am teenager and I love this book . They should make a part 2.

  • (This is actually written by my 9 year old son.)

    I liked it, but the end was kind of like a plot twist. I didn't like what happened to Mike and Karen.

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  • Entertaining story. I had always heard of R.L. Stine and was curious to read him. It was a creative story, well-told and a quick read.

  • I'm a huge fan of the books but I hate that they stopped the show goosebumps on Netflix but I hope they continue the books cuz I can't wait til. SLAPPYS BACK....... by: a 9 year old kid that CANT GET SCARED.