Phantom ​of the Auditorium (Goosebumps 24.) 2 csillagozás

R. L. Stine: Phantom of the Auditorium

Brooke's best friend, Zeke, has just been given the lead role in the school play, The Phantom. Zeke's totally into it. He loves dressing up in the grotesque phantom costume. And scaring the other members of the cast. Brooke thinks Zeke's getting a little too into it.

But then really scary things start happening. A message appears on a piece of scenery: „The Phantom Strikes!” A stage light comes crashing down.

Is someone trying to ruin the play?

Or is there really a phantom living under the stage?

Eredeti megjelenés éve: 1994

Tagok ajánlása: Hány éves kortól ajánlod?

Scholastic, New York, 1994
126 oldal · ISBN: 0590483544

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R. L. Stine: Phantom of the Auditorium

Örök kedvenc. Most megint kedvem lett elolvasni magyarul is, pedig tényleg nem én vagyok a korosztály, akinek írták.

Népszerű idézetek

hopeisaprison >!

[…] I saw the folded-up sheet of paper dangling beneath the mask. Some kind of note?
I pulled it out and unfolded it. Scribbled in red crayon was a message:


43. oldal

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“But what if there's an alarm or something?” Brian demanded. “You know. A burglar alarm.”
“For sure,” I replied, rolling my eyes. “Our school can't even afford pencil sharpeners! No way they've got burglar alarms.”

71. oldal

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“Here, Phantom! Here, boy!” Zeke called softly, as if calling his dog.

99. oldal

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“I don't understand this Phantom talk, young man. I'm just a poor homeless guy trying to protect my little space.”

110. oldal

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