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Publisher's Summary

Twelve-year-old Boone and his sister Heather love animals of every kind. That's why they wanted to come to Camp Hither. The wild legends of man-eating snakes and disappearing campers are hisss-terical! But Camp Hither has a cold-blooded secret: Somebody has unleashed a hungry horde of slithery snakes! Can these two survive long enough to accept their invitation to HorrorLand? Yesssssss! But only if they figure out why Camp Hither is crawling with trouble.
©2009 R.L. Stine (P)2009 Scholastic
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5 out of 5 stars
By Eric Nuzum on 05-12-18

HORRORLAND BOOK 9 IS THE BEST

Confusing but extremely exciting! It’s a great story but if you’re afraid of snakes this won’t be the best book to read.

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1 out of 5 stars
By KJ in Chicago on 07-31-11

Unnecessary and distracting 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.

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