R.L. Stine decides to use the comma in baffling ways, resulting in much discussion about grammar and almost none about the book itself.
We play a 90s PC game. It may or may not have Jeff Goldblum.
Ricky Beamer wants revenge for getting fired from the school newspaper, so he concocts a plan to get back at Tasha, the head editor. Only his plan backfires, and now he’s getting late night calls… strange calls, weird calls… from creepy sex predators. I mean, creepy alligator monsters.
“Vampire Breath” is the forty-ninth book in the original Goosebumps book series. It was first published in 1996. The original cover illustration shows Count Nightwing briefly emerged from his coffin with dead flowers in his left hand and a bottle of Vampire Breath in front of his coffin. [insert funny sexual innuendos about sucking somebody dry here.]