Diary of a Mad Mummy

Diary of a Mad Mummy While you re on vacation you get a chance to check out an exhibit of Egyptian artifacts and a pretty cool mummy But when you get to where the mummy is supposed to be all you find is a pile of bandages

  • Title: Diary of a Mad Mummy
  • Author: R.L. Stine
  • ISBN: 9780590847674
  • Page: 290
  • Format: Paperback
  • While you re on vacation you get a chance to check out an exhibit of Egyptian artifacts and a pretty cool mummy But when you get to where the mummy is supposed to be all you find is a pile of bandages and a really old diary filled with entries that seem to have been written by Mr Mummy himself If you touch the bandages they ll wrap themselves around you and poof you While you re on vacation you get a chance to check out an exhibit of Egyptian artifacts and a pretty cool mummy But when you get to where the mummy is supposed to be all you find is a pile of bandages and a really old diary filled with entries that seem to have been written by Mr Mummy himself If you touch the bandages they ll wrap themselves around you and poof you re a mummy If you decide to use the clues in the diary to find the wrapped wonder you ll find yourself searching through the pyramids in Egypt Will you be stuck there forever The choice is yours in this scary GOOSEBUMPS adventure that s packed with over 20 super spooky endings

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    1. I was obsessed with these as a little kid. I always went straight to that section in the library and grabbed them all. My library’s overdrive added a bunch of these and I just couldn’t stop myself from picking one up. To be honest, this wasn’t the best. I prefer the scarier and straight up creepy ‘Give Yourself Goosebumps’, but I know that my twelve year old self would still have been all over this book. I was actually trying to make smart choices and within the first two minutes I end [...]

    2. This is a Give Yourself Goosebumps book, that is, a choose-your-own adventure. In Diary of a Mad Mummy, you visit a hotel in San Francisco that is shaped like a pyramid. Why? Whatever. They have on display a mummy, and somehow you find a book next to the case somehow. Again, whatever. And another whatever for the fact that it's conveniently written in English.You find out that this mummy has been writing nightly in his diary, since he is able to come back to life then (i.e. at night). But you've [...]

    3. THis is one out of the many stories by the great R.L stine. Its a story where you can pick the story line of the book. The perspective is based on you and made in first person. The books is about when you and your friends are suppose to go to an egyptian museum. When you find the mummy at the museum, you don't find the mummy but a bunch of wraps. The wraps will then cover you and you will become the mummy himself. With a magic book, you are then brought back to where you where once found. You go [...]

    4. These books are good. Odd and creepy enough for children who are into that kind of thing but not enough to give anyone nightmares. Great reading material

    5. This is actually, in my thinking, one of the very best Give Yourself Goosebumps books that I have read. My memorable images of this book are of a story that is at turns scary, humorous, and a good adventure, twisting and turning and branching off in so many decisions that it can be read again and again, with each story developed well enough to enjoy. I seriously considered giving this book three stars, and ended up settling on two and a half. In my view, this is one of R.L. Stine's best books.

    6. Yeah its a good! I always do all the endings so I can win for once :P I kind of expected that each ending and reasoning for what happened would link somehow but I guess that doesn't really flow with "the choice is yours" on what happens hahah (:

    7. First one I've re-read since I was young, didn't think there would be so many different endings.Terrific idea to skip pages to keep you engaged, even includes a coin toss on one page.

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