Frankensteins Dog (Goosebumps Most Wanted, #4) by R.L. StineI read this book with my daughter before bed each night and we looked forward to it each time. It was kind of our special time and that may be why I rated it a little higher than I normally would. The story was a little lacking in suspense and those twists I come to expect from Stine, though the ending was pretty good. It was titled Frankensteins dog, and the dog didnt really play much of a part until the end. It was mostly about robots, which can be cool sometimes, but didnt seem very unique. I am a big Goosebumps fan. I read the original series up to about number 42 or so, and enjoyed the television series. This one just didnt have the same feel as those ones did. My daughter thought it was just okay too, though there were nights where she would want me to read the next chapter cause she was so into it and didnt want to end.
Goosebumps Most Wanted: #4 Frankensteins Dog
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Kat is reluctant to visit her Uncle Vic Frankenstein because of all the rumors about him. People in the small town where he lives say he's a mad scientist like his great-grandfather, Victor Frankenstein, who created a monster that came alive and terrorized the town. But Kat is relieved to find that even though he lives in a dark, old castle-like mansion, Uncle Vic is a quiet, gentle man, a scientist interested in building robots with artificial intelligence. Also, Kat loves Poochie, Vic's small, adorable, fluffy white dog, funny and playful. But after an accident occurs in her uncle's lab, strange things begin to happen.