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The kids who are trapped in HorrorLand thought they had reason enough to panic. That was before they reached Panic Park.

It seemed like the only way to escape the mysterious villain who's playing puppet-master with their lives. But Panic Park is a perilous place, and it makes HorrorLand seem like HappyLand!

Now they must face their greatest fears - and team up with the unlikeliest allies - in this shocking conclusion to the ride of a lifetime.

©2009 R. L. Stine (P)2009 Scholastic

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  • Generale
    5 out of 5 stars
  • Lettura
    5 out of 5 stars
  • Storia
    5 out of 5 stars
  • Jennifer
  • 28/09/2012

scary good fun

What did you love best about Streets of Panic Park?

As usual goosebump stories proove entertaining and thrilling for my 7 year old. We are planning a road trip and she is trying to figure out which new titles she needs.

Any additional comments?

Not for the child that is easily scared. They are spooky.

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  • Generale
    1 out of 5 stars
  • KJ in Chicago
  • 31/07/2011

Why background music?

The "background music" was so loud it overpowered the narrator. Who wants music in an audiobook, anyway? Either the producer/director/publisher of the audiobook didn't believe the narrator was good enough to carry it off (and I can't comment on that, since the narrator's track was inaudible above the din of mood music), or they believed the listener couldn't follow the plot without some assistance. Either way, this was a waste of a book credit. Sad, too, because Stine's writing is so enjoyable.