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A brand-new Goosebumps arc narrated by the most iconic and evil character of the series, Slappy! Magic Club is supposed to be fun for Frankie Miller and his friends. But that pest, Ari Goodwyn is always ruining everyone's tricks. After a really embarrassing fail, Frankie wants revenge. When the legendary magician, Mystical Marvin, comes to town to perform his daring stunts, A brand-new Goosebumps arc narrated by the most iconic and evil character of the series, Slappy! Magic Club is supposed to be fun for Frankie Miller and his friends. But that pest, Ari Goodwyn is always ruining everyone's tricks. After a really embarrassing fail, Frankie wants revenge. When the legendary magician, Mystical Marvin, comes to town to perform his daring stunts, Frankie sees an opportunity to get even with Ari. There's only one problem: everything goes wrong. Can Frankie and his friends make things right? Or will the opportunity to disappear...forever.


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A brand-new Goosebumps arc narrated by the most iconic and evil character of the series, Slappy! Magic Club is supposed to be fun for Frankie Miller and his friends. But that pest, Ari Goodwyn is always ruining everyone's tricks. After a really embarrassing fail, Frankie wants revenge. When the legendary magician, Mystical Marvin, comes to town to perform his daring stunts, A brand-new Goosebumps arc narrated by the most iconic and evil character of the series, Slappy! Magic Club is supposed to be fun for Frankie Miller and his friends. But that pest, Ari Goodwyn is always ruining everyone's tricks. After a really embarrassing fail, Frankie wants revenge. When the legendary magician, Mystical Marvin, comes to town to perform his daring stunts, Frankie sees an opportunity to get even with Ari. There's only one problem: everything goes wrong. Can Frankie and his friends make things right? Or will the opportunity to disappear...forever.

30 review for Revenge of the Invisible Boy

  1. 5 out of 5

    Justin Tate

    This latest SlappyWorld entry arrives hotly anticipated. Keen Goosebumps fans recognize the title as a direct reference to the 2015 movie. The title is where the connection ends, however, so don't expect any hints or clues relating to the film. As disappointing as that is, Revenge of the Invisible Boy lives up to the general expectations of the series. Not the best, but not the worst. Even though I knew going in there wouldn't be any movie references, I still hoped the Invisible Boy would prove t This latest SlappyWorld entry arrives hotly anticipated. Keen Goosebumps fans recognize the title as a direct reference to the 2015 movie. The title is where the connection ends, however, so don't expect any hints or clues relating to the film. As disappointing as that is, Revenge of the Invisible Boy lives up to the general expectations of the series. Not the best, but not the worst. Even though I knew going in there wouldn't be any movie references, I still hoped the Invisible Boy would prove to be a somewhat diabolical villain. He's not, though. Not even a little bit. The whole dilemma is sadly low on conflict and the ending--Stine's usual expertise--falls flat. Nevertheless, Stine once again proves himself unputdownable and I cannot say I wasn't entertained for 3 hours. Overall, a weak SlappyWorld addition, but if you've already read everything else in the series, it's certainly not bad enough to skip.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Katherine

    Frankie Miller loves magic. He and his friends Melody, Eduardo and Ari have a club dedicated to their shared aspiration. But Ari is always ruining everyone's trick especially Frankie's. And when Frankie's biggest performance goes sour because of Ari, he decides to make him pay. Meanwhile, Marvin, one of the famous magician arrives in town and all of them go to see his show. Mesmerized by his outstanding magical performance, Frankie gets an idea to finally show Ari, how his stupid ways to destroy Frankie Miller loves magic. He and his friends Melody, Eduardo and Ari have a club dedicated to their shared aspiration. But Ari is always ruining everyone's trick especially Frankie's. And when Frankie's biggest performance goes sour because of Ari, he decides to make him pay. Meanwhile, Marvin, one of the famous magician arrives in town and all of them go to see his show. Mesmerized by his outstanding magical performance, Frankie gets an idea to finally show Ari, how his stupid ways to destroy Frankie's magic tricks could cost him his image. What started out a little, harmless prank, counter fired and turned into a nightmare. What will happen next and could the magician help them out and make everything back to normal? I pre-ordered this book and was eagerly waiting for it to arrive. And now that I have finished reading, I can totally say that I FREAKING LOVED IT!!!! It was awesome. I loved all the characters, the story, everything was just amazing. And there were these famous in between commentary from our favorite 'so not the dummy'🤣 Slappy which I adored through out the story. His snarky, sarcastic jokes were as usual as charming as his radiating personality to make laugh and quiver in fear at the same time. Definitely a must read if you are a true Goosebumps loving reader. I cannot wait to read more from Slappyworld.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Josiah

    One of the first Goosebumps books was Let's Get Invisible! in 1993, and twenty-six years later R.L. Stine returns to the subject with Revenge of the Invisible Boy. Frankie Miller, age twelve, is an aspiring magician. He and a few friends from school host a magic club that meets every week. Melody Richmond and Eduardo Martinez are likeminded young hobbyists who enjoy creating and discussing magic, but Ari Goodwyn, the fourth member of their club, is not. He's more interested in mocking the other One of the first Goosebumps books was Let's Get Invisible! in 1993, and twenty-six years later R.L. Stine returns to the subject with Revenge of the Invisible Boy. Frankie Miller, age twelve, is an aspiring magician. He and a few friends from school host a magic club that meets every week. Melody Richmond and Eduardo Martinez are likeminded young hobbyists who enjoy creating and discussing magic, but Ari Goodwyn, the fourth member of their club, is not. He's more interested in mocking the other club members and stirring up trouble. Frankie would love to exclude him from the club, but he's the only member with a nice basement to offer for their meetings, so his participation is grudgingly accepted. When Frankie's father obtains tickets for all the club members to see a live performance by Mystical Marvin, a world-famous magician, Frankie, Melody, and Eduardo are thrilled, but Ari spends most of the show making snide comments to Frankie about Mystical Marvin's act. Frankie is tired of Ari's shtick, but he's fascinated by Mystical Marvin's finale: going invisible in front of a packed auditorium. Desperate to learn how he did it, Frankie and Melody sneak backstage to ask the magician. Audience members aren't permitted backstage, but Mystical Marvin takes pity on Frankie and Melody and agrees to explain the trick. He warns that they won't be able to duplicate it; the finale was a product of real sorcery, not illusion. Mystical Marvin shows his two young fans a bottle of sparkling yellow liquid, which he claims was passed on to him by a powerful sorcerer. Drinking it allows him to temporarily go invisible, but no one else knows the formula. When Mystical Marvin is out of the room, Frankie steals a small amount of the liquid. He figures it's a good way to get revenge on Ari: slip a few drops into something he drinks,then watch him turn briefly invisible. Ari won't be so smug after that. The problem is, now there's an invisible kid running around...and Mystical Marvin's elixir isn't wearing off. Only the famous magician himself could possibly counteract the effect of Frankie's misguided prank, but will he be able to set things right, or is at least one member of the magic club doomed to never be seen again? Revenge of the Invisible Boy is somewhat entertaining, but the ending feels hurried and sloppy, as though the author couldn't think of a fitting way to punctuate the story. That's too bad, because R.L. Stine is superb at cleverly bringing a narrative full circle when he puts his mind to it. I rate Revenge of the Invisible Boy one and a half stars, but probably could have rounded up instead of down. The SlappyWorld series consistently falls short of the original sixty-two Goosebumps books, but if you just want to enjoy R.L. Stine's distinctive storytelling style, you'll appreciate the SlappyWorld series. It can be fun.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ryan Michael

    It's like a combination of the Goosebumps books Let's Get Invisible and Bad Hare Day. I enjoyed the story. Looking forward to the next book in the series.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Wolverinefactor

    Maybe a 3.5 - ending was really weak. But it was a lite fun read

  6. 5 out of 5

    Billy

    Let me start out by saying, "No, Revenge of the Invisible Boy" isn't a sequel to either the '90s Goosebumps books, "Lets Get Invisible" or "My Best Friend Is Invisible". This is a brand-new story with a new protagonist, Frankie Miller. The plot has more of a science fiction vibe to it than it does horror, along with a little bit of humor tossed into the mix. If a person could become invisible, you would think he or she would become a bit crazy with the power and eventually turn into a villain. H Let me start out by saying, "No, Revenge of the Invisible Boy" isn't a sequel to either the '90s Goosebumps books, "Lets Get Invisible" or "My Best Friend Is Invisible". This is a brand-new story with a new protagonist, Frankie Miller. The plot has more of a science fiction vibe to it than it does horror, along with a little bit of humor tossed into the mix. If a person could become invisible, you would think he or she would become a bit crazy with the power and eventually turn into a villain. However, this is a kid's story, so all Frankie does while being invisible is play jokes on his classmates. I hate to nitpick but the cover art has really nothing to do with the plot as Frankie's clothes also turns invisible. I'm guessing the artist made the cover based solely on the book's title. Overall, despite a little nitpicking, Goosebumps SlappyWorld: Revenge of the Invisible Boy is an entertaining, fast-paced read. While older Goosebumps fans might be disappointed with this tale, I'm sure young readers will love it!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Issa

    This book is one of the most best book R.L Stine has ever created. The blurb at the back of the book was very interesting (what was the revenge) . This is my most favorite book. I love the plot as how Frankie wants to get revenge on Ari after his big fall in front of the WHOLE SCHOOL! Frankie wants to get revenge, and after seeing Mystical Marvin, he wants to plan to put it into his lemonade. BUT SOMETHING GOES VERY WRONG....

  8. 4 out of 5

    Nina

    I think I would have liked this when I was younger but now I have the very grown up opinion that Frankie was an annoying prat who deserved some cosmic justice. Got this book at a speaking event with the author who in real life is actually very funny. Would recommend as light reading for ages 13 and under.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Noah Kenny

    Amazing.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Wesley Battle

    Best Goosebumps book by far. Starts out slow but the middle really picks up and it becomes an amzing ride to the end! I don't what Stine did, but I hope he keeps it up!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    i was actively hoping that the main character in this would die. he was awful.

  12. 5 out of 5

    WheeldonHS

    This is probably Stine's best written Goosebumps story but somehow it is also one of his most boring ones as well.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Enrique Martinez

    a very good book from the beginning to the end very hard for me to stop reading this book

  14. 4 out of 5

    Brandi

  15. 5 out of 5

    Alexandria

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ricardo Matta

  17. 5 out of 5

    Pax Kim

  18. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

  19. 4 out of 5

    Dave Sloan

  20. 5 out of 5

    arif kamal khan

  21. 5 out of 5

    Logan Carter

  22. 4 out of 5

    Ristan Castle

  23. 4 out of 5

    Cali Hanson

  24. 5 out of 5

    Thomas

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jason

  26. 5 out of 5

    Travis Ross

  27. 4 out of 5

    Mason

  28. 5 out of 5

    Michael Bartowski

  29. 5 out of 5

    Angelina McClead

  30. 4 out of 5

    Max

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