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Take a little Horror home with you! Jonathan Chiller has called the kids from books #13-18 back to HorrorLand to collect payment. The only way for the kids to get back home is for them to win at a HorrorLand-style scavenger hunt. They each must find a red chest. Inside, the miniature Horror will act as a portal to send them back home. They'll be competing against Murder the Take a little Horror home with you! Jonathan Chiller has called the kids from books #13-18 back to HorrorLand to collect payment. The only way for the kids to get back home is for them to win at a HorrorLand-style scavenger hunt. They each must find a red chest. Inside, the miniature Horror will act as a portal to send them back home. They'll be competing against Murder the Clown, Chef Belcher, Mondo the Magical, and three other unsavory characters from the previous six books. Little do they know that all six adversaries are actually Chiller in disguise. And Chiller will lie and cheat his way to victory.


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Take a little Horror home with you! Jonathan Chiller has called the kids from books #13-18 back to HorrorLand to collect payment. The only way for the kids to get back home is for them to win at a HorrorLand-style scavenger hunt. They each must find a red chest. Inside, the miniature Horror will act as a portal to send them back home. They'll be competing against Murder the Take a little Horror home with you! Jonathan Chiller has called the kids from books #13-18 back to HorrorLand to collect payment. The only way for the kids to get back home is for them to win at a HorrorLand-style scavenger hunt. They each must find a red chest. Inside, the miniature Horror will act as a portal to send them back home. They'll be competing against Murder the Clown, Chef Belcher, Mondo the Magical, and three other unsavory characters from the previous six books. Little do they know that all six adversaries are actually Chiller in disguise. And Chiller will lie and cheat his way to victory.

30 review for The Horror At Chiller House

  1. 5 out of 5

    Alexandra

    surprisingly really fucking deep for a goosebumps book. this was published in 2011. in the 90's goosebumps books though, there was rarely ever a backstory. shit just hit the fan and that was that. you never knew why people or creatures were the way that they were. I love my classic goosebumps to pieces but I definitely enjoy a good backstory. Jonathan chiller grew up with a mother who wanted him to do nothing but study and kept him isolated from other kids his age, and a father who was an angry surprisingly really fucking deep for a goosebumps book. this was published in 2011. in the 90's goosebumps books though, there was rarely ever a backstory. shit just hit the fan and that was that. you never knew why people or creatures were the way that they were. I love my classic goosebumps to pieces but I definitely enjoy a good backstory. Jonathan chiller grew up with a mother who wanted him to do nothing but study and kept him isolated from other kids his age, and a father who was an angry brute. it was actually really sad, especially the 'scenes' where he was playing in his room by himself with his little sad clown doll and he told the clown that they would play together because "that's what friends do." the backstory gave a lot more depth to what I thought was going to be a mindless, fun read. it helped you understand who mr. chiller was and how he came to be the way he was, making this probably less scary for kids. in fact, it was more of a psychological character study than a 'horror' novel.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Calvin Ramelan

    I really, really enjoyed this book. I read most of the books that led up ti this, and I was so happy to see all of my favourite characters return. Probably one of the best Goosebumps books I've read so far. This has become my go to book whenever I need a dose of goosebumps. Awesome story and I loved how R.L. Stine made a couple of books leading up to it.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Naomi

    Remember when we were little and RL Stine's books were the scariest thing alive? This story is an excellent trip down memory lane, I remember being in 5th grade and having a RL Stine book club! Stine is truly the master of Children's "Horror" 5/5 stars from me!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Patcharaporn Siangjen

    This is book was very interesting and fun. It started of with a backstory of the bad guy in the book so that will make me know what the bad guy is like. There are a lot of twists in the book that I was not expecting to happen which really makes the book entertaining.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Tarissa

    Ah! The epic ending of the Horrorland series. Discover the mastermind behind all the dangerous games... but not before one more big (life-threatening) game. A scavenger hunt to be exact. Which turns south when you're being targeted by hunters -- who are shooting arrows at you. Yikes! Also loved the 1960 intro, which adds historical definition to the story. Do that more often, Mr. Stine, please. Goosebumps Scary Level for Kids: 3/5 (Especially the running-for-your-lives bit, due to being shot at.)

  6. 4 out of 5

    ENRIQUE D

    I think it was really good and that Chiller is lonely and he made costumes his friends. The kids did find out how to go back home.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Zid Lou

    An incredible work of fiction, full of twists, turns and horror. I wished the book never ended, for I have never read a book so gripping. Good work, R. L. Stine! R. L. Stine The Horror At Chiller House

  8. 4 out of 5

    Zid Lou

    An incredible work of fiction, full of twists, turns and horror. I wished the book never ended, for I have never read a book so gripping. Good work, R. L. Stine! R. L. Stine The Horror At Chiller House

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sumanth

    it is an awesome book but if u have to read this u will have to read at least 4 to 5 other editions of goosebumps horror land books because this is the last edition and all the edition children come here according to their story and adventure u wont understand anything. First we have to read the other books.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Chen

    Chiller invited 6 kid to pay back their price that they have to pay.So chiller set up a game that if they find a red chest with a little horror it bring them home.But their will be hunter that using REAL bow to kill them.But they found out there no horror in the chest chiller is trying to kill them.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    What a good book! I think this book was a good wrap up to the Horrorland series. I think he made it so that you couldnt put it down. What another good horrorland story by one of the great, RL stine! Wonderful. I only reccomend it to the people that read 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18 ya, so READ THE SERIES

  12. 4 out of 5

    Manan Manwani

    Brilliant.............vervy suspenceful story!..........A must read

  13. 5 out of 5

    Connor

    You have to really pay attention to the beginning because later on, they do alot of the same stuff...

  14. 4 out of 5

    James

    A troubled child now an evil master mind. Can you beat Chiller at his own game

  15. 5 out of 5

    Dylan

    Good closing to the Horrorland series! Now it's time for Halls of Horrors! Oh the attachments to the characters!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Georgiana-Laura Gheorghe

    Review for The Horror at Chiller House by R. L. Stine: Its the nineteenth book from the Goosebumps HorrorLand series written by the bestseller author and master of horror and comedy, R. L. Stine. The story follows the children who were brought back at Chiller House and their cleverness, wits and courage which will allow them to survive Mr. Chillers dangerous game. Mr. Stine attracts his readers through his simple style and the mix of horror and comedy. The readers will find cleverness, bravery, Review for “The Horror at Chiller House” by R. L. Stine: It’s the nineteenth book from the “Goosebumps HorrorLand” series written by the bestseller author and master of horror and comedy, R. L. Stine. The story follows the children who were brought back at Chiller House and their cleverness, wits and courage which will allow them to survive Mr. Chiller’s dangerous game. Mr. Stine attracts his readers through his simple style and the mix of horror and comedy. The readers will find cleverness, bravery, suspense and many things which will give them goose bumps at every page they read. I would like to point that the character Jonathan Chiller may represent the portrait of a person who had an unhappy childhood because of his tough, possessive and over-protective parents. He displays a remarkable talent while playing the roles of several different characters from HorrorLand. He would have been a perfect actor in a one-man show if his parents would have encouraged him to develop his talent instead of forcing him to do the things they like and keeping him isolated from the world. While reading the book the readers will have a frightful and comical experience which will put their imagination to work. Along with Chris Grabenstein, James Patterson, Beatrice Masini, Sir Steve Stevenson, J. K. Rowling, Sophie Audouin-Mamikonian, Mr. Stine is the author who will forever be in his readers’ hearts and who revolutionized literature through his unique style and the world which he created. I recommend this book to readers 12+.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Leander

    One of the best Goosebumps series book ever written. Why? Just because of a few pages that dealt with Chiller's childhood, it's trauma, and how it made him who he is. One of the few rare times, when Stine moves on from creating Cardboard Characters. 5/5 stars. Would definitely recommend. And, also, do read to know who Madame Doom, Murder The Clown, Chef Belch etc really are. And why they are so.

  18. 5 out of 5

    AnneLaure Gilard

    A pretty decent book It really wasn't scary or exiting. It seemed more of a adventure book than a horror book. It wasn't scary.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Jansky

    This one was pretty weird and disturbing. lol

  20. 4 out of 5

    deborah s conner

    Good

  21. 5 out of 5

    Josiah

    Who is Jonathan Chiller? Other than the fact that he owns a bizarre souvenir shop at the Horrorland theme park, we learn very little about him in the books leading up to this one. However, many of our questions about his past, and about why he has trapped six kids in a web of terror that circles them back to Chiller's Horrorland shop just when they thought they had finally won, are answered in the first few chapters of The Horror at Chiller House. To find out why Jonathan Chiller is the way he Who is Jonathan Chiller? Other than the fact that he owns a bizarre souvenir shop at the Horrorland theme park, we learn very little about him in the books leading up to this one. However, many of our questions about his past, and about why he has trapped six kids in a web of terror that circles them back to Chiller's Horrorland shop just when they thought they had finally won, are answered in the first few chapters of The Horror at Chiller House. To find out why Jonathan Chiller is the way he is, we must first learn what he was like as a ten-year-old, back in 1960. Jonathan Chiller didn't have a normal childhood, of course, and this heavily contributes to the deep obsession with playing games that dominates his personality today, fifty years later. The particular game that he has in mind for the six protagonists of the second tier of Horrorland stories will test every ounce of their courage and intelligence, and require them to band together as a close, efficient unit if there is any chance for them to overcome Chiller. Horrorland is an eerie place whenever one visits, but Jonathan Chiller will have his six unwilling players running the park's streets at night, when any kind of deadly creature could be waiting to strike from out of the darkness. Yet the most dangerous creature of all, perhaps, is Jonathan Chiller himself... R.L. Stine could have chosen any one of the six kids as narrator for this merged story, but he chose Ray Gordon, the lead character in the book that directly precedes this one, Slappy New Year!. It's a natural choice, as readers will be most recently familiar with Ray and his resourcefulness in bringing the evil dummy Slappy to his knees, and his narrating voice is as interesting as any of the others'. Overall, I liked this sub-series, though I don't see it as being nearly as scary or plot-deep as the first twelve-book odyssey. Some of those books quite literally gave me goosebumps, and prompted a strange, wonderful feeling that there could possibly be hints to the outcome of the larger story in any Goosebumps book at all, even ones published fifteen years or more earlier. It really revived my love of the series, and probably gained a number of new fans, as well. In my opinion, the Jonathan Chiller books weren't as grand or ambitious as the previous sub-set, but there were some good stories told, and I'm happy that I read them. I would definitely give one and a half stars to The Horror at Chiller House, which I did enjoy reading, and I still may round that rating up to two. I'm intrigued to find out what R.L. Stine has planned next.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jose Ramirez

    Tittle:Goosebumps horrorland the horror at chiller house By:R.L. Stine I think that goosebumps horrorland the horror at chiller house is a very good book because it has horror you can actually fell.There was a kid named Jhonathan Chiller he wasn't a normal kid because he stays in his room and pretends he has friends when he actually dosn't.Then one day his father took him hunting and his father told him to shoot the turkeys then Jhonathan shot the arrow and then he fell then he stood there and he Tittle:Goosebumps horrorland the horror at chiller house By:R.L. Stine I think that goosebumps horrorland the horror at chiller house is a very good book because it has horror you can actually fell.There was a kid named Jhonathan Chiller he wasn't a normal kid because he stays in his room and pretends he has friends when he actually dosn't.Then one day his father took him hunting and his father told him to shoot the turkeys then Jhonathan shot the arrow and then he fell then he stood there and he realized he shot himself in the leg.Then a boy named Ray was transportated somewhere then he woke up and he realized that he was at Horrorland inside a gift shop then he saw other kids laying down too so he got up and looked around he realized he was at Jhonathan chillers gift shop in horrorland.Then he realized last time he was there Jhonathan said to pay him next time and Ray thought to himself maybe the next time is today and right now.Then the group woke up and Jhonathan said that it was time to play a game he said every horror you see a little one will be in a red chest if you squeeze it real hard you will go home but beware hunters will try to hunt you.Then at the end of the story Ray goes home and when he's home he was lying on his bed and his brother was creeping in on the door.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sarah.Ujita

    This story is about Jonathan Chiller, the owner of the Horror Land, gift shop pulling six kids (Ray, Sam, Andy, Meg, Marco and Jessica) to his shop telling them its time to pay up. The way he makes them pay up is by playing a game. They are doing a scavenger hunt, but they find out that all the helpers were actually hunters and that all the hunters was the Chiller. The Chiller then reveals he did not have many friends as a child and that he wanted to do this hunting style game to prove to his This story is about Jonathan Chiller, the owner of the Horror Land, gift shop pulling six kids (Ray, Sam, Andy, Meg, Marco and Jessica) to his shop telling them it’s time to pay up. The way he makes them pay up is by playing a game. They are doing a scavenger hunt, but they find out that all the helpers were actually hunters and that all the hunters was the Chiller. The Chiller then reveals he did not have many friends as a child and that he wanted to do this hunting style game to prove to his father that he was a good hunter. The children eventually put the costumes of the chillers “friends” on and that made the Chiller so upset that he wanted the children gone. The children then returned home in a hurricane sweeping type of feel. Personally, I did not enjoy this book that much because it was sort of boring and progressed rather slow.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Zach Brooks

    In some Goosebumps books kids buy things at chiller house. A little shop in HorrorLand. The owner (chiller)always says "don't worry,you can pay later". Well finally us fans all around the world know why Chiller said that. He meant they can pay with their LIFE!!! Chiller transports the three kids to his shop. The six contestants of his game are Andy,Sam,Jessica,Meg,Marco,and Ray. In the game the kids have to use "helper"cards to hind horrors (green monsters that work at HorrorLand) to help them. In some Goosebumps books kids buy things at chiller house. A little shop in HorrorLand. The owner (chiller)always says "don't worry,you can pay later". Well finally us fans all around the world know why Chiller said that. He meant they can pay with their LIFE!!! Chiller transports the three kids to his shop. The six contestants of his game are Andy,Sam,Jessica,Meg,Marco,and Ray. In the game the kids have to use "helper"cards to hind horrors (green monsters that work at HorrorLand) to help them. They will help them find chests with little toy Horrors inside. If you squeeze the horrors you are supposed to go home. Also their are hunters with crossbows. They are shooting at the kids. Can the kids get home or will they be sitting ducks? Read Goosebumps HorrorLand THE HORROR AT CHILLER HOUSE to find out.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Cade

    Can a group of kids outsmart the owner of a shop in HorrorLand? Goosebumps "HorrorLand The Horror At Chiller's House" is the final book in a long setup from a few other books like "Heads, You Loose" and "Claws". There are many heart-pounding moments. For example, when Ray finds out the arrows are real. Many cases of fear are induced on the reader. An example would be when Sam and Ray are surrounded by Werewolves. And there's great use of unionization. Mostly shown when all the kids from their Can a group of kids outsmart the owner of a shop in HorrorLand? Goosebumps "HorrorLand The Horror At Chiller's House" is the final book in a long setup from a few other books like "Heads, You Loose" and "Claws". There are many heart-pounding moments. For example, when Ray finds out the arrows are real. Many cases of fear are induced on the reader. An example would be when Sam and Ray are surrounded by Werewolves. And there's great use of unionization. Mostly shown when all the kids from their own books have to team together to defeat Jonathan Chiller. This book is great for people that enjoy the Goosebumps series or for anyone who love horror imagery in books.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Adam Odeh

    The book "The Horror At Chiller House" is a amazing book. The book is about how Chiller was at his house. He over heard his parents fighting. The dad was saying his son was a freak so he made his son and him go and hunt anamils. Chiller shot the bow and arrow but on his foot. Later on, Chiller invited his friends over to play a deadly game. He said u have to find the horrors to leave. He said he will shoot anybody he sees. They all run and try to find out was to leave. Hope you read it and find The book "The Horror At Chiller House" is a amazing book. The book is about how Chiller was at his house. He over heard his parents fighting. The dad was saying his son was a freak so he made his son and him go and hunt anamils. Chiller shot the bow and arrow but on his foot. Later on, Chiller invited his friends over to play a deadly game. He said u have to find the horrors to leave. He said he will shoot anybody he sees. They all run and try to find out was to leave. Hope you read it and find out the rest

  27. 4 out of 5

    Franklin

    This book was really good and i hope the next one is better. In this book the 6 kids get out of horrorland and chillers plan and store and find out a horrible secret. Chiller is just lonelly and discuised hie self as 6 people and never had freinds which was sad

  28. 5 out of 5

    PSU

    People love theme parks but the kids like horror so they went to this plays called HorrorLand they all went to this store called chiller house in horrorland he said come back later to pay me,oh and take a little horror home with you. People love theme parks but the kids like horror so they went to this plays called HorrorLand they all went to this store called chiller house in horrorland he said ¨come back later to pay me,oh and take a little horror home with you¨.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kieran

    I like that it fits the whole thing into one night.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Bhavya Gupta

    it was not so horror but i liked it.

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