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Publisher's Summary

Abby and Peter are staying with Uncle Jonathan in an eerie old village. Their uncle knows a lot about Egypt, and his living room even looks like an ancient tomb. Do other secrets lurk inside the house? MUM's the word!Next, Abby and Peter will get all WRAPPED up in a terrifying mystery.

Slappy the Dummy and other villains have been sighted in HorrorLand theme park. A monster named Byron might offer help. . . if they can find him.

©2009 Scholastic Inc. (P)2009 Scholastic Inc.

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My Kids Can't Get Enough of Horrorland

I have three young ones (5, 7 and 9) and we do school drop off and pick up and we have about a 20 minute ride each way. To make the ride more entertaining (and lets face it, try to avoid the shouting and fighting) I started to play audio books for my kids. We have tried different ones with varying degrees of success but the ones they all love are R.L. Stine's Horrorland series.

Book 6 - Who's Your Mummy?, narrated by Ashley Albert, was fun! It had my kids guessing at what was going to happen next, making gag noises, and yelling at the radio as if the characters could hear them. It had just the right amount of 'scare' to keep them entertained but not overtax their overactive imaginations. And as soon as one book finishes they are immediately ready for the next!

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  • Charmonique Willis
  • 2019-06-16

The Best

Since the start of the series this is the best one yet. I completely enjoyed it from the beginning to the end.

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  • Triwa LC
  • 2019-09-14

I LOVE GOOSEBUMPS

Goosebumps Who's your mummy was so good I like the twist with crazy Annie being a mummy!!!

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  • not the scranton strangler
  • 2017-03-31

Not enough mummies

I listened to the audible audiobook. I like the sound effects, but I'm not a fan of the music. I liked the narrator and how she gets into character. uncle john's accent and the children's voices come to mind. She uses nice effects for the mummy moans.

The kids are excited to visit their uncle johnathan while grandma visits the hospital. When they arrive, they find it's a little more creepy than they expected. I enjoyed the story like I do with many goosebumps, but I was hoping for mummies to attack.

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  • KJ in Chicago
  • 2011-07-31

Audiobook?

The "background music" was so loud it overpowered the narrator. Who wants music in an audiobook, anyway? Either the producer/director/publisher of the audiobook didn't believe the narrator was good enough to carry it off (and I can't comment on that, since the narrator's track was inaudible above the din of mood music), or they believed the listener couldn't follow the plot without some assistance. Either way, this was a waste of a book credit. Sad, too, because Stine's writing is so enjoyable.