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Than Review This Book I review this book I review the series as a whole Overall it was really good the series as a whole Overall it was really good the Goosebumps books which are independent stories with no connections outside a few seuels Mostly Ghostly is an 8 book series It tells the story of a oung boy named Max who is the only one who can see a brother and sister pair of ghosts who used to live in his home A normal kid is suddenly thrust into a world of ghosts ghouls demons and monsters The series is entertaining It is a bit creepier than the original Goosebumps books and has a bit humor as well It also has the cliches that s we ve come to know and love specifically cliffhangers and bad parents The Doyle parents have to be the worst in the history of RL Stine books The father is a terrible bully and the mother is a completely oblivious moron Max is kind of dumb too Throughout the books he speaks to the ghosts even in the presence of other people After about the fifth time getting in trouble for adults thinking he s telling them to shut up when he s really speaking to the ghosts Cashing the Chip (Shelter, you d think he d get a clue But I guess not The ghosts are pretty dumb too They try to help Max in various tasks Partly because of Max s hesitance but also their own stupidity it usually failsUnfortunately the series takes a giant hit with the last book The series is mostly about Max helping the ghosts find their parents and determine how they became ghosts But in Don t Close Your Eyes a new ghost is introduced and the book is about Max trying to defeat him Then it ends No talk about the ghosts parents No resolution to how they became ghosts No answer to whether or not the parents were able to find a way to bring them back to life It just ends And as it has been 13ears since this book was published there probably never will be. Sleep Max is desperate He’s going crazy But if he closes his eyes it will mean the end of them allCan Nicky and Tara keep Max awake long enough to banish InkweedDon’t close our eyes Max. With a lot of details Some part of the book so boring but in general it s great Also I think it s good for children than adults but science I m trying to learn English and try to learn a new words it help me with that I highly recommend children and people to enjoy reading this book That s how it ends Too bad the library only has this book number 8 in the series It was a fun read and it seems as a fun read and it seems as the characters have had seven other adventures together before this one I d like to find the others Little spoilersI m a mother of a nine ear old son and he read this book for school I read it also to make sure his report would be right It didn t really keep his attention but he said he liked it I thought it was okay but really should be for 12 my kids aren t great with scary stories Basically this is about Inkweed an evil ghost who comes out of a book that Tara one of Max s main character ghosts was reading And they spend whole book keeping Max Awake to get rid of Inkweed Maybe ou Have To Read Series to read series understand all of this because es book does end even though La deshumanización del arte you are left knowing to come Max s dad only likes Max s brother Colin because he is good at phys Ed and swimming Dad even lets Colin beat on Max and encourages it to make him a man Max is really smart but all dad cares about is his phys Ed grade and mom doesn t say much At one point Max throws up ink mom takes to doctor and doctor sees nothing wrong tells him to go rest and mom takes him home then goes to work Really So basically just a basic not explained ghost storyou never learn who Inkweed is just here is problem and here is solution with extras that author thinks kids will enjoy and they might at 12 age I did give it two stars because there were several cute jokes I liked even though my 9 ear old didn t really. N Max falls asleep that’s when he can bring his crushing evil powers to life Nicky and Tara work frantically to keep Max awake But they’re running out of ideas and after a few days of no. .
RL Stine is an excellent writer of spooky stories for oung readers Although the stories are a Little Scary They Are Not scary they are not enough to cause nightmares or anything Actually there is uite a bit of humor in his stories I enjoyed it greatly when the bullies were picking on Max and black ink started gushing out of his mouth and totally covered the bullies Priceless Everybody hates bullies well except bullies that isNicky and Tara are up to their usual antics getting Max in trouble which always brings a smile to my face What I also like about these books is the large text that helps oung readers We never really get to know much about Inkwell but I imagined that he was from the Wild West I may be wrong but it is a nice thoughtOverall Don t Close Your Eyes by RL Stine is another excellent book in the awesome Mostly Ghostly series and I highly recommend it There doesn t seem to be another book in this series but there better because I sure need to find out about Nicky and TaraI rated this book a 9 out of 10 I have mixed feelings about this book
Because Max As A Character max as a character one of the only people I liked in the hole series the rest were just so annoying I at times didn t even know it was suppose to be funny and thats another problem I had with this book the humor felt very forced and fel it was cool because he couldn t close his eyes It was a good book for ounger kids but didn t have the same humor as his others
This Book Had Somebook had some parts Don t Close Your EyesThe book talk about a story of a boy The name is Max Max is in six grade In the story Max talk about his last tow days without sleeping and who the ghost got inside him The book go through these two days in detail The in the end the book cover how Max got the ghost out of his bodyIn my opinion it really good book. In a terrifying episode Inkweed the evil “Ghost of the Black Sleep” has inhabited Max The ghost has come to put Nicky and Tara to sleep foreverInkweed is waiting hoping for the moment whe.