Scream and Scream Again!

Scream and Scream Again!

A harrowing array of scary stories that all have one thing in common: each either begins or ends with a scream! R.L. Stine?the godfather of Goosebumps?and some of the most popular authors today bring an unrivaled mastery of all things fearsome, frightening, and fantabulous to this terrifying anthology of all-new scary short stories. Scream and Scream Again! is full of twists A harrowing array of scary stories that all have one thing in common: each either begins or ends with a scr...

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Title:Scream and Scream Again!
Author:R.L. Stine
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Genres:Horror
ISBN:0062495666
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:416 pages pages

Scream and Scream Again! Reviews

  • Kate
    Jun 10, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

    Genuinely enjoyed these little nuggets of RL Stine level lighthearted spooks. Perfect for young, reluctant readers. These stories have modern day references and characters kids can relate to. Any young reader, or baby of the 80s-90s will very much enjoy this. ...

    I received this ARC via my library director, who got it from the publisher at the PLA conference. This short story collection is perfect for Goosebumps fans. Though authors have written for middle grade all the way to adult, most of the stories are not too scary and end well. There ...

  • Amy
    Nov 25, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

    Genuinely enjoyed these little nuggets of RL Stine level lighthearted spooks. Perfect for young, reluctant readers. These stories have modern day references and characters kids can relate to. Any young reader, or baby of the 80s-90s will very much enjoy this. ...

    I received this ARC via my library director, who got it from the publisher at the PLA conference. This short story collection is perfect for Goosebumps fans. Though authors have written for middle grade all the way to adult, most of the stories are not too scary and end well. There ...

    *4.5 stars I read this collection aloud to my 12 year old twins in the weeks before Halloween this year, and it was the perfect read for the season! I don't think there was a single story that we disliked. Lots of creepy stories and most were surprising and unique! I'd highly re...

    This was almost a DNF for me. There were a few really well done stories, some good stories, but quite a few of them were ho-hum stories that I almost could not read passed. I could see the middle grade elements that held back some of the stories, and understood and took that into consi...

    Out of 20 stories there are like 5 that I loved. A lot of them were just meh. 3.5 stars ...

    i did-int really enjoy this book but the one reason i led it that some authors come together an make one book and tell creepy stories ...

    it was scary ...

    The first book I ever DNFed. I was about 4 stories in and just couldn?t handle the corniness anymore ...

    DNF this book at 27%, found some of the stories super corny and not scary at all. ...

    What can I say about this book? Well, it sucked big time. The stories certainly weren?t scary in the slightest, no nine or ten, or even twelve year old could be scared while reading this. Maybe a three year old, and even then...I?ll rate the stories on a scale of 1 to 10 scary wise...

    I listened to the audio book on Audible, needless to say I went for a prompt refund after about 6 Chapters, they let you keep the book and I tried to like it but I hated it. I read Fear: 13 Stories of Suspense and Horror and I loved it, it was creepy and strange, perfect for me. In thi...

    To be more precise this book was a 2.8 star read. Growing up R.L. Stine's work got the lion's share when it came to my reading time. It's been over 20 years since I last read a Goosebumps but I've continued to look back on them and Stine with fondness and plans to eventually revisi...

    I had purchased Scream and Scream Again! several months ago only because I knew it was edited by R.L.Stine and featured a brand-new short story by him. I had no idea the names of the other authors until after I received the book. Some of the bigger names in this anthology include Chris...

    Follow the infamous R.L. Stine and nineteen mystery writers of America as they take readers down the haunting path of a screaming good time. A collection of twenty stories that all start or end with a scream, these authors know how to chill their readers to the bone. From everyday st...

    I received a Early Digital Edition of this book from the publisher in exchange for my fair and honest review. Going into this I hadn't read an R.L Stine book since I was in Elementary School. It was an enjoyable read, however having read some more adult horror and the like, this fel...

    I got this as an ARC, so changes may have been made. Overall, pretty good. My only complaint would be that you could tell a few writers cheated a bit and did the required 'start with a scream or end with a scream' by adding a 'scream' at the start of a story they probably already had r...

    The Best Revenge 3 stars / Raw Head and Bloody Bones 3 stars / Bricks and Bones 4 stars / Ring and Run 4 stars / The Unknown Patriot 2 stars / Summer Of Sharks 3 stars / Rule Seven 3 stars / Cat Got Your Tongue 4 stars / The I Scream Truck 4 stars / The Witch Of Byron?s Bayou 4 stars...

    I found some stories to be a lot more scary or interesting than others but the whole book was enjoyable. Each story was very entertaining and kept up the suspense until the end. Thankfully all stories where fairly short and it made it easier to get through the book. It is a great book ...

    Book received from giveaway "Scream and scream again!" is a collection of short stories by various authors. The stories are scary enough to sit down and read aloud amongst family to enjoy together. The book would also be a perfect gift to give to someone in late elementary to early ...

    A fun collection of short stories to read in October. They are centered around middle school children and have that fun "Goosebumps" style feel of being not too scary and just downright fun to read. I listened to the audiobook on my way to work all week and also found the narration to ...

    It?s likely due to middle grade short stories not being my cup of tea, but very few of these short stories held my attention. I had to listen to the second half of the book on audiobook in order to keep pushing through. ...

    I remember loving R.L. Stine as a kid, which is why I entered to win this book. In classic Stine style, we have a collection of spooky stories. There were some good twists in some of the tales. I look forward to sharing this book with my middle school students. ...

  • Billy
    Oct 26, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

    Genuinely enjoyed these little nuggets of RL Stine level lighthearted spooks. Perfect for young, reluctant readers. These stories have modern day references and characters kids can relate to. Any young reader, or baby of the 80s-90s will very much enjoy this. ...

    I received this ARC via my library director, who got it from the publisher at the PLA conference. This short story collection is perfect for Goosebumps fans. Though authors have written for middle grade all the way to adult, most of the stories are not too scary and end well. There ...

    *4.5 stars I read this collection aloud to my 12 year old twins in the weeks before Halloween this year, and it was the perfect read for the season! I don't think there was a single story that we disliked. Lots of creepy stories and most were surprising and unique! I'd highly re...

    This was almost a DNF for me. There were a few really well done stories, some good stories, but quite a few of them were ho-hum stories that I almost could not read passed. I could see the middle grade elements that held back some of the stories, and understood and took that into consi...

    Out of 20 stories there are like 5 that I loved. A lot of them were just meh. 3.5 stars ...

    i did-int really enjoy this book but the one reason i led it that some authors come together an make one book and tell creepy stories ...

    it was scary ...

    The first book I ever DNFed. I was about 4 stories in and just couldn?t handle the corniness anymore ...

    DNF this book at 27%, found some of the stories super corny and not scary at all. ...

    What can I say about this book? Well, it sucked big time. The stories certainly weren?t scary in the slightest, no nine or ten, or even twelve year old could be scared while reading this. Maybe a three year old, and even then...I?ll rate the stories on a scale of 1 to 10 scary wise...

    I listened to the audio book on Audible, needless to say I went for a prompt refund after about 6 Chapters, they let you keep the book and I tried to like it but I hated it. I read Fear: 13 Stories of Suspense and Horror and I loved it, it was creepy and strange, perfect for me. In thi...

    To be more precise this book was a 2.8 star read. Growing up R.L. Stine's work got the lion's share when it came to my reading time. It's been over 20 years since I last read a Goosebumps but I've continued to look back on them and Stine with fondness and plans to eventually revisi...

    I had purchased Scream and Scream Again! several months ago only because I knew it was edited by R.L.Stine and featured a brand-new short story by him. I had no idea the names of the other authors until after I received the book. Some of the bigger names in this anthology include Chris...

  • Ms. Yingling
    May 29, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

  • Kate
    Oct 10, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

    Genuinely enjoyed these little nuggets of RL Stine level lighthearted spooks. Perfect for young, reluctant readers. These stories have modern day references and characters kids can relate to. Any young reader, or baby of the 80s-90s will very much enjoy this. ...

    I received this ARC via my library director, who got it from the publisher at the PLA conference. This short story collection is perfect for Goosebumps fans. Though authors have written for middle grade all the way to adult, most of the stories are not too scary and end well. There ...

    *4.5 stars I read this collection aloud to my 12 year old twins in the weeks before Halloween this year, and it was the perfect read for the season! I don't think there was a single story that we disliked. Lots of creepy stories and most were surprising and unique! I'd highly re...

    This was almost a DNF for me. There were a few really well done stories, some good stories, but quite a few of them were ho-hum stories that I almost could not read passed. I could see the middle grade elements that held back some of the stories, and understood and took that into consi...

    Out of 20 stories there are like 5 that I loved. A lot of them were just meh. 3.5 stars ...

    i did-int really enjoy this book but the one reason i led it that some authors come together an make one book and tell creepy stories ...

    it was scary ...

    The first book I ever DNFed. I was about 4 stories in and just couldn?t handle the corniness anymore ...

    DNF this book at 27%, found some of the stories super corny and not scary at all. ...

    What can I say about this book? Well, it sucked big time. The stories certainly weren?t scary in the slightest, no nine or ten, or even twelve year old could be scared while reading this. Maybe a three year old, and even then...I?ll rate the stories on a scale of 1 to 10 scary wise...

    I listened to the audio book on Audible, needless to say I went for a prompt refund after about 6 Chapters, they let you keep the book and I tried to like it but I hated it. I read Fear: 13 Stories of Suspense and Horror and I loved it, it was creepy and strange, perfect for me. In thi...

    To be more precise this book was a 2.8 star read. Growing up R.L. Stine's work got the lion's share when it came to my reading time. It's been over 20 years since I last read a Goosebumps but I've continued to look back on them and Stine with fondness and plans to eventually revisi...

    I had purchased Scream and Scream Again! several months ago only because I knew it was edited by R.L.Stine and featured a brand-new short story by him. I had no idea the names of the other authors until after I received the book. Some of the bigger names in this anthology include Chris...

    Follow the infamous R.L. Stine and nineteen mystery writers of America as they take readers down the haunting path of a screaming good time. A collection of twenty stories that all start or end with a scream, these authors know how to chill their readers to the bone. From everyday st...

    I received a Early Digital Edition of this book from the publisher in exchange for my fair and honest review. Going into this I hadn't read an R.L Stine book since I was in Elementary School. It was an enjoyable read, however having read some more adult horror and the like, this fel...

    I got this as an ARC, so changes may have been made. Overall, pretty good. My only complaint would be that you could tell a few writers cheated a bit and did the required 'start with a scream or end with a scream' by adding a 'scream' at the start of a story they probably already had r...

    The Best Revenge 3 stars / Raw Head and Bloody Bones 3 stars / Bricks and Bones 4 stars / Ring and Run 4 stars / The Unknown Patriot 2 stars / Summer Of Sharks 3 stars / Rule Seven 3 stars / Cat Got Your Tongue 4 stars / The I Scream Truck 4 stars / The Witch Of Byron?s Bayou 4 stars...

    I found some stories to be a lot more scary or interesting than others but the whole book was enjoyable. Each story was very entertaining and kept up the suspense until the end. Thankfully all stories where fairly short and it made it easier to get through the book. It is a great book ...

    Book received from giveaway "Scream and scream again!" is a collection of short stories by various authors. The stories are scary enough to sit down and read aloud amongst family to enjoy together. The book would also be a perfect gift to give to someone in late elementary to early ...

    A fun collection of short stories to read in October. They are centered around middle school children and have that fun "Goosebumps" style feel of being not too scary and just downright fun to read. I listened to the audiobook on my way to work all week and also found the narration to ...

    It?s likely due to middle grade short stories not being my cup of tea, but very few of these short stories held my attention. I had to listen to the second half of the book on audiobook in order to keep pushing through. ...

    I remember loving R.L. Stine as a kid, which is why I entered to win this book. In classic Stine style, we have a collection of spooky stories. There were some good twists in some of the tales. I look forward to sharing this book with my middle school students. ...

    Perfect for a Middle Grader this holiday season (or any season, since they aren't all Halloween tales). Some were more sweet or silly than scary, but a few managed to creep me out. The stories were a bit uneven, but overall a good collection. Definitely NOT as scary as the cover would ...

  • Christina (Ensconced in Lit)
    May 22, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

  • Faith
    Oct 10, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

    Genuinely enjoyed these little nuggets of RL Stine level lighthearted spooks. Perfect for young, reluctant readers. These stories have modern day references and characters kids can relate to. Any young reader, or baby of the 80s-90s will very much enjoy this. ...

    I received this ARC via my library director, who got it from the publisher at the PLA conference. This short story collection is perfect for Goosebumps fans. Though authors have written for middle grade all the way to adult, most of the stories are not too scary and end well. There ...

    *4.5 stars I read this collection aloud to my 12 year old twins in the weeks before Halloween this year, and it was the perfect read for the season! I don't think there was a single story that we disliked. Lots of creepy stories and most were surprising and unique! I'd highly re...

    This was almost a DNF for me. There were a few really well done stories, some good stories, but quite a few of them were ho-hum stories that I almost could not read passed. I could see the middle grade elements that held back some of the stories, and understood and took that into consi...

    Out of 20 stories there are like 5 that I loved. A lot of them were just meh. 3.5 stars ...

    i did-int really enjoy this book but the one reason i led it that some authors come together an make one book and tell creepy stories ...

    it was scary ...

    The first book I ever DNFed. I was about 4 stories in and just couldn?t handle the corniness anymore ...

    DNF this book at 27%, found some of the stories super corny and not scary at all. ...

    What can I say about this book? Well, it sucked big time. The stories certainly weren?t scary in the slightest, no nine or ten, or even twelve year old could be scared while reading this. Maybe a three year old, and even then...I?ll rate the stories on a scale of 1 to 10 scary wise...

    I listened to the audio book on Audible, needless to say I went for a prompt refund after about 6 Chapters, they let you keep the book and I tried to like it but I hated it. I read Fear: 13 Stories of Suspense and Horror and I loved it, it was creepy and strange, perfect for me. In thi...

    To be more precise this book was a 2.8 star read. Growing up R.L. Stine's work got the lion's share when it came to my reading time. It's been over 20 years since I last read a Goosebumps but I've continued to look back on them and Stine with fondness and plans to eventually revisi...

    I had purchased Scream and Scream Again! several months ago only because I knew it was edited by R.L.Stine and featured a brand-new short story by him. I had no idea the names of the other authors until after I received the book. Some of the bigger names in this anthology include Chris...

    Follow the infamous R.L. Stine and nineteen mystery writers of America as they take readers down the haunting path of a screaming good time. A collection of twenty stories that all start or end with a scream, these authors know how to chill their readers to the bone. From everyday st...

    I received a Early Digital Edition of this book from the publisher in exchange for my fair and honest review. Going into this I hadn't read an R.L Stine book since I was in Elementary School. It was an enjoyable read, however having read some more adult horror and the like, this fel...

    I got this as an ARC, so changes may have been made. Overall, pretty good. My only complaint would be that you could tell a few writers cheated a bit and did the required 'start with a scream or end with a scream' by adding a 'scream' at the start of a story they probably already had r...

    The Best Revenge 3 stars / Raw Head and Bloody Bones 3 stars / Bricks and Bones 4 stars / Ring and Run 4 stars / The Unknown Patriot 2 stars / Summer Of Sharks 3 stars / Rule Seven 3 stars / Cat Got Your Tongue 4 stars / The I Scream Truck 4 stars / The Witch Of Byron?s Bayou 4 stars...

    I found some stories to be a lot more scary or interesting than others but the whole book was enjoyable. Each story was very entertaining and kept up the suspense until the end. Thankfully all stories where fairly short and it made it easier to get through the book. It is a great book ...

    Book received from giveaway "Scream and scream again!" is a collection of short stories by various authors. The stories are scary enough to sit down and read aloud amongst family to enjoy together. The book would also be a perfect gift to give to someone in late elementary to early ...

    A fun collection of short stories to read in October. They are centered around middle school children and have that fun "Goosebumps" style feel of being not too scary and just downright fun to read. I listened to the audiobook on my way to work all week and also found the narration to ...

  • Adam Sockel
    Aug 01, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

    Genuinely enjoyed these little nuggets of RL Stine level lighthearted spooks. Perfect for young, reluctant readers. These stories have modern day references and characters kids can relate to. Any young reader, or baby of the 80s-90s will very much enjoy this. ...

  • Amanda
    Dec 19, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

    Genuinely enjoyed these little nuggets of RL Stine level lighthearted spooks. Perfect for young, reluctant readers. These stories have modern day references and characters kids can relate to. Any young reader, or baby of the 80s-90s will very much enjoy this. ...

    I received this ARC via my library director, who got it from the publisher at the PLA conference. This short story collection is perfect for Goosebumps fans. Though authors have written for middle grade all the way to adult, most of the stories are not too scary and end well. There ...

    *4.5 stars I read this collection aloud to my 12 year old twins in the weeks before Halloween this year, and it was the perfect read for the season! I don't think there was a single story that we disliked. Lots of creepy stories and most were surprising and unique! I'd highly re...

    This was almost a DNF for me. There were a few really well done stories, some good stories, but quite a few of them were ho-hum stories that I almost could not read passed. I could see the middle grade elements that held back some of the stories, and understood and took that into consi...

    Out of 20 stories there are like 5 that I loved. A lot of them were just meh. 3.5 stars ...

    i did-int really enjoy this book but the one reason i led it that some authors come together an make one book and tell creepy stories ...

    it was scary ...

    The first book I ever DNFed. I was about 4 stories in and just couldn?t handle the corniness anymore ...

    DNF this book at 27%, found some of the stories super corny and not scary at all. ...

    What can I say about this book? Well, it sucked big time. The stories certainly weren?t scary in the slightest, no nine or ten, or even twelve year old could be scared while reading this. Maybe a three year old, and even then...I?ll rate the stories on a scale of 1 to 10 scary wise...

  • Lukas Holmes
    Jun 25, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

    Genuinely enjoyed these little nuggets of RL Stine level lighthearted spooks. Perfect for young, reluctant readers. These stories have modern day references and characters kids can relate to. Any young reader, or baby of the 80s-90s will very much enjoy this. ...

    I received this ARC via my library director, who got it from the publisher at the PLA conference. This short story collection is perfect for Goosebumps fans. Though authors have written for middle grade all the way to adult, most of the stories are not too scary and end well. There ...

    *4.5 stars I read this collection aloud to my 12 year old twins in the weeks before Halloween this year, and it was the perfect read for the season! I don't think there was a single story that we disliked. Lots of creepy stories and most were surprising and unique! I'd highly re...

    This was almost a DNF for me. There were a few really well done stories, some good stories, but quite a few of them were ho-hum stories that I almost could not read passed. I could see the middle grade elements that held back some of the stories, and understood and took that into consi...

    Out of 20 stories there are like 5 that I loved. A lot of them were just meh. 3.5 stars ...

    i did-int really enjoy this book but the one reason i led it that some authors come together an make one book and tell creepy stories ...

    it was scary ...

    The first book I ever DNFed. I was about 4 stories in and just couldn?t handle the corniness anymore ...

    DNF this book at 27%, found some of the stories super corny and not scary at all. ...

    What can I say about this book? Well, it sucked big time. The stories certainly weren?t scary in the slightest, no nine or ten, or even twelve year old could be scared while reading this. Maybe a three year old, and even then...I?ll rate the stories on a scale of 1 to 10 scary wise...

    I listened to the audio book on Audible, needless to say I went for a prompt refund after about 6 Chapters, they let you keep the book and I tried to like it but I hated it. I read Fear: 13 Stories of Suspense and Horror and I loved it, it was creepy and strange, perfect for me. In thi...

    To be more precise this book was a 2.8 star read. Growing up R.L. Stine's work got the lion's share when it came to my reading time. It's been over 20 years since I last read a Goosebumps but I've continued to look back on them and Stine with fondness and plans to eventually revisi...

    I had purchased Scream and Scream Again! several months ago only because I knew it was edited by R.L.Stine and featured a brand-new short story by him. I had no idea the names of the other authors until after I received the book. Some of the bigger names in this anthology include Chris...

    Follow the infamous R.L. Stine and nineteen mystery writers of America as they take readers down the haunting path of a screaming good time. A collection of twenty stories that all start or end with a scream, these authors know how to chill their readers to the bone. From everyday st...

    I received a Early Digital Edition of this book from the publisher in exchange for my fair and honest review. Going into this I hadn't read an R.L Stine book since I was in Elementary School. It was an enjoyable read, however having read some more adult horror and the like, this fel...

    I got this as an ARC, so changes may have been made. Overall, pretty good. My only complaint would be that you could tell a few writers cheated a bit and did the required 'start with a scream or end with a scream' by adding a 'scream' at the start of a story they probably already had r...

  • OneMamaReads
    Oct 24, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

    Genuinely enjoyed these little nuggets of RL Stine level lighthearted spooks. Perfect for young, reluctant readers. These stories have modern day references and characters kids can relate to. Any young reader, or baby of the 80s-90s will very much enjoy this. ...

    I received this ARC via my library director, who got it from the publisher at the PLA conference. This short story collection is perfect for Goosebumps fans. Though authors have written for middle grade all the way to adult, most of the stories are not too scary and end well. There ...

    *4.5 stars I read this collection aloud to my 12 year old twins in the weeks before Halloween this year, and it was the perfect read for the season! I don't think there was a single story that we disliked. Lots of creepy stories and most were surprising and unique! I'd highly re...

    This was almost a DNF for me. There were a few really well done stories, some good stories, but quite a few of them were ho-hum stories that I almost could not read passed. I could see the middle grade elements that held back some of the stories, and understood and took that into consi...

  • Amy
    Aug 08, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

    Genuinely enjoyed these little nuggets of RL Stine level lighthearted spooks. Perfect for young, reluctant readers. These stories have modern day references and characters kids can relate to. Any young reader, or baby of the 80s-90s will very much enjoy this. ...

    I received this ARC via my library director, who got it from the publisher at the PLA conference. This short story collection is perfect for Goosebumps fans. Though authors have written for middle grade all the way to adult, most of the stories are not too scary and end well. There ...

    *4.5 stars I read this collection aloud to my 12 year old twins in the weeks before Halloween this year, and it was the perfect read for the season! I don't think there was a single story that we disliked. Lots of creepy stories and most were surprising and unique! I'd highly re...

    This was almost a DNF for me. There were a few really well done stories, some good stories, but quite a few of them were ho-hum stories that I almost could not read passed. I could see the middle grade elements that held back some of the stories, and understood and took that into consi...

    Out of 20 stories there are like 5 that I loved. A lot of them were just meh. 3.5 stars ...

    i did-int really enjoy this book but the one reason i led it that some authors come together an make one book and tell creepy stories ...

    it was scary ...

    The first book I ever DNFed. I was about 4 stories in and just couldn?t handle the corniness anymore ...

    DNF this book at 27%, found some of the stories super corny and not scary at all. ...

    What can I say about this book? Well, it sucked big time. The stories certainly weren?t scary in the slightest, no nine or ten, or even twelve year old could be scared while reading this. Maybe a three year old, and even then...I?ll rate the stories on a scale of 1 to 10 scary wise...

    I listened to the audio book on Audible, needless to say I went for a prompt refund after about 6 Chapters, they let you keep the book and I tried to like it but I hated it. I read Fear: 13 Stories of Suspense and Horror and I loved it, it was creepy and strange, perfect for me. In thi...

    To be more precise this book was a 2.8 star read. Growing up R.L. Stine's work got the lion's share when it came to my reading time. It's been over 20 years since I last read a Goosebumps but I've continued to look back on them and Stine with fondness and plans to eventually revisi...

    I had purchased Scream and Scream Again! several months ago only because I knew it was edited by R.L.Stine and featured a brand-new short story by him. I had no idea the names of the other authors until after I received the book. Some of the bigger names in this anthology include Chris...

    Follow the infamous R.L. Stine and nineteen mystery writers of America as they take readers down the haunting path of a screaming good time. A collection of twenty stories that all start or end with a scream, these authors know how to chill their readers to the bone. From everyday st...

  • Ana O
    Jun 19, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

  • Christina Pilkington
    Dec 28, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

    Genuinely enjoyed these little nuggets of RL Stine level lighthearted spooks. Perfect for young, reluctant readers. These stories have modern day references and characters kids can relate to. Any young reader, or baby of the 80s-90s will very much enjoy this. ...

    I received this ARC via my library director, who got it from the publisher at the PLA conference. This short story collection is perfect for Goosebumps fans. Though authors have written for middle grade all the way to adult, most of the stories are not too scary and end well. There ...

    *4.5 stars I read this collection aloud to my 12 year old twins in the weeks before Halloween this year, and it was the perfect read for the season! I don't think there was a single story that we disliked. Lots of creepy stories and most were surprising and unique! I'd highly re...

  • Tiffany Lynn Kramer
    Aug 29, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

    Genuinely enjoyed these little nuggets of RL Stine level lighthearted spooks. Perfect for young, reluctant readers. These stories have modern day references and characters kids can relate to. Any young reader, or baby of the 80s-90s will very much enjoy this. ...

    I received this ARC via my library director, who got it from the publisher at the PLA conference. This short story collection is perfect for Goosebumps fans. Though authors have written for middle grade all the way to adult, most of the stories are not too scary and end well. There ...

    *4.5 stars I read this collection aloud to my 12 year old twins in the weeks before Halloween this year, and it was the perfect read for the season! I don't think there was a single story that we disliked. Lots of creepy stories and most were surprising and unique! I'd highly re...

    This was almost a DNF for me. There were a few really well done stories, some good stories, but quite a few of them were ho-hum stories that I almost could not read passed. I could see the middle grade elements that held back some of the stories, and understood and took that into consi...

    Out of 20 stories there are like 5 that I loved. A lot of them were just meh. 3.5 stars ...

    i did-int really enjoy this book but the one reason i led it that some authors come together an make one book and tell creepy stories ...

    it was scary ...

    The first book I ever DNFed. I was about 4 stories in and just couldn?t handle the corniness anymore ...

    DNF this book at 27%, found some of the stories super corny and not scary at all. ...

    What can I say about this book? Well, it sucked big time. The stories certainly weren?t scary in the slightest, no nine or ten, or even twelve year old could be scared while reading this. Maybe a three year old, and even then...I?ll rate the stories on a scale of 1 to 10 scary wise...

    I listened to the audio book on Audible, needless to say I went for a prompt refund after about 6 Chapters, they let you keep the book and I tried to like it but I hated it. I read Fear: 13 Stories of Suspense and Horror and I loved it, it was creepy and strange, perfect for me. In thi...

    To be more precise this book was a 2.8 star read. Growing up R.L. Stine's work got the lion's share when it came to my reading time. It's been over 20 years since I last read a Goosebumps but I've continued to look back on them and Stine with fondness and plans to eventually revisi...

  • Nancy
    Dec 05, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

    Genuinely enjoyed these little nuggets of RL Stine level lighthearted spooks. Perfect for young, reluctant readers. These stories have modern day references and characters kids can relate to. Any young reader, or baby of the 80s-90s will very much enjoy this. ...

    I received this ARC via my library director, who got it from the publisher at the PLA conference. This short story collection is perfect for Goosebumps fans. Though authors have written for middle grade all the way to adult, most of the stories are not too scary and end well. There ...

    *4.5 stars I read this collection aloud to my 12 year old twins in the weeks before Halloween this year, and it was the perfect read for the season! I don't think there was a single story that we disliked. Lots of creepy stories and most were surprising and unique! I'd highly re...

    This was almost a DNF for me. There were a few really well done stories, some good stories, but quite a few of them were ho-hum stories that I almost could not read passed. I could see the middle grade elements that held back some of the stories, and understood and took that into consi...

    Out of 20 stories there are like 5 that I loved. A lot of them were just meh. 3.5 stars ...

    i did-int really enjoy this book but the one reason i led it that some authors come together an make one book and tell creepy stories ...

    it was scary ...

    The first book I ever DNFed. I was about 4 stories in and just couldn?t handle the corniness anymore ...

    DNF this book at 27%, found some of the stories super corny and not scary at all. ...

    What can I say about this book? Well, it sucked big time. The stories certainly weren?t scary in the slightest, no nine or ten, or even twelve year old could be scared while reading this. Maybe a three year old, and even then...I?ll rate the stories on a scale of 1 to 10 scary wise...

    I listened to the audio book on Audible, needless to say I went for a prompt refund after about 6 Chapters, they let you keep the book and I tried to like it but I hated it. I read Fear: 13 Stories of Suspense and Horror and I loved it, it was creepy and strange, perfect for me. In thi...

    To be more precise this book was a 2.8 star read. Growing up R.L. Stine's work got the lion's share when it came to my reading time. It's been over 20 years since I last read a Goosebumps but I've continued to look back on them and Stine with fondness and plans to eventually revisi...

    I had purchased Scream and Scream Again! several months ago only because I knew it was edited by R.L.Stine and featured a brand-new short story by him. I had no idea the names of the other authors until after I received the book. Some of the bigger names in this anthology include Chris...

    Follow the infamous R.L. Stine and nineteen mystery writers of America as they take readers down the haunting path of a screaming good time. A collection of twenty stories that all start or end with a scream, these authors know how to chill their readers to the bone. From everyday st...

    I received a Early Digital Edition of this book from the publisher in exchange for my fair and honest review. Going into this I hadn't read an R.L Stine book since I was in Elementary School. It was an enjoyable read, however having read some more adult horror and the like, this fel...

    I got this as an ARC, so changes may have been made. Overall, pretty good. My only complaint would be that you could tell a few writers cheated a bit and did the required 'start with a scream or end with a scream' by adding a 'scream' at the start of a story they probably already had r...

    The Best Revenge 3 stars / Raw Head and Bloody Bones 3 stars / Bricks and Bones 4 stars / Ring and Run 4 stars / The Unknown Patriot 2 stars / Summer Of Sharks 3 stars / Rule Seven 3 stars / Cat Got Your Tongue 4 stars / The I Scream Truck 4 stars / The Witch Of Byron?s Bayou 4 stars...

    I found some stories to be a lot more scary or interesting than others but the whole book was enjoyable. Each story was very entertaining and kept up the suspense until the end. Thankfully all stories where fairly short and it made it easier to get through the book. It is a great book ...

  • Ashley (pawingthroughpages)
    Sep 28, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

  • Gina
    Jul 20, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

    Genuinely enjoyed these little nuggets of RL Stine level lighthearted spooks. Perfect for young, reluctant readers. These stories have modern day references and characters kids can relate to. Any young reader, or baby of the 80s-90s will very much enjoy this. ...

    I received this ARC via my library director, who got it from the publisher at the PLA conference. This short story collection is perfect for Goosebumps fans. Though authors have written for middle grade all the way to adult, most of the stories are not too scary and end well. There ...

    *4.5 stars I read this collection aloud to my 12 year old twins in the weeks before Halloween this year, and it was the perfect read for the season! I don't think there was a single story that we disliked. Lots of creepy stories and most were surprising and unique! I'd highly re...

    This was almost a DNF for me. There were a few really well done stories, some good stories, but quite a few of them were ho-hum stories that I almost could not read passed. I could see the middle grade elements that held back some of the stories, and understood and took that into consi...

    Out of 20 stories there are like 5 that I loved. A lot of them were just meh. 3.5 stars ...

    i did-int really enjoy this book but the one reason i led it that some authors come together an make one book and tell creepy stories ...

    it was scary ...

    The first book I ever DNFed. I was about 4 stories in and just couldn?t handle the corniness anymore ...

    DNF this book at 27%, found some of the stories super corny and not scary at all. ...

    What can I say about this book? Well, it sucked big time. The stories certainly weren?t scary in the slightest, no nine or ten, or even twelve year old could be scared while reading this. Maybe a three year old, and even then...I?ll rate the stories on a scale of 1 to 10 scary wise...

    I listened to the audio book on Audible, needless to say I went for a prompt refund after about 6 Chapters, they let you keep the book and I tried to like it but I hated it. I read Fear: 13 Stories of Suspense and Horror and I loved it, it was creepy and strange, perfect for me. In thi...

    To be more precise this book was a 2.8 star read. Growing up R.L. Stine's work got the lion's share when it came to my reading time. It's been over 20 years since I last read a Goosebumps but I've continued to look back on them and Stine with fondness and plans to eventually revisi...

    I had purchased Scream and Scream Again! several months ago only because I knew it was edited by R.L.Stine and featured a brand-new short story by him. I had no idea the names of the other authors until after I received the book. Some of the bigger names in this anthology include Chris...

    Follow the infamous R.L. Stine and nineteen mystery writers of America as they take readers down the haunting path of a screaming good time. A collection of twenty stories that all start or end with a scream, these authors know how to chill their readers to the bone. From everyday st...

    I received a Early Digital Edition of this book from the publisher in exchange for my fair and honest review. Going into this I hadn't read an R.L Stine book since I was in Elementary School. It was an enjoyable read, however having read some more adult horror and the like, this fel...

  • Rebecca McNutt
    Aug 19, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

  • Valerie Marroquin
    Jun 07, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

    Genuinely enjoyed these little nuggets of RL Stine level lighthearted spooks. Perfect for young, reluctant readers. These stories have modern day references and characters kids can relate to. Any young reader, or baby of the 80s-90s will very much enjoy this. ...

    I received this ARC via my library director, who got it from the publisher at the PLA conference. This short story collection is perfect for Goosebumps fans. Though authors have written for middle grade all the way to adult, most of the stories are not too scary and end well. There ...

    *4.5 stars I read this collection aloud to my 12 year old twins in the weeks before Halloween this year, and it was the perfect read for the season! I don't think there was a single story that we disliked. Lots of creepy stories and most were surprising and unique! I'd highly re...

    This was almost a DNF for me. There were a few really well done stories, some good stories, but quite a few of them were ho-hum stories that I almost could not read passed. I could see the middle grade elements that held back some of the stories, and understood and took that into consi...

    Out of 20 stories there are like 5 that I loved. A lot of them were just meh. 3.5 stars ...

    i did-int really enjoy this book but the one reason i led it that some authors come together an make one book and tell creepy stories ...

    it was scary ...

    The first book I ever DNFed. I was about 4 stories in and just couldn?t handle the corniness anymore ...

    DNF this book at 27%, found some of the stories super corny and not scary at all. ...

    What can I say about this book? Well, it sucked big time. The stories certainly weren?t scary in the slightest, no nine or ten, or even twelve year old could be scared while reading this. Maybe a three year old, and even then...I?ll rate the stories on a scale of 1 to 10 scary wise...

    I listened to the audio book on Audible, needless to say I went for a prompt refund after about 6 Chapters, they let you keep the book and I tried to like it but I hated it. I read Fear: 13 Stories of Suspense and Horror and I loved it, it was creepy and strange, perfect for me. In thi...

    To be more precise this book was a 2.8 star read. Growing up R.L. Stine's work got the lion's share when it came to my reading time. It's been over 20 years since I last read a Goosebumps but I've continued to look back on them and Stine with fondness and plans to eventually revisi...

    I had purchased Scream and Scream Again! several months ago only because I knew it was edited by R.L.Stine and featured a brand-new short story by him. I had no idea the names of the other authors until after I received the book. Some of the bigger names in this anthology include Chris...

    Follow the infamous R.L. Stine and nineteen mystery writers of America as they take readers down the haunting path of a screaming good time. A collection of twenty stories that all start or end with a scream, these authors know how to chill their readers to the bone. From everyday st...

    I received a Early Digital Edition of this book from the publisher in exchange for my fair and honest review. Going into this I hadn't read an R.L Stine book since I was in Elementary School. It was an enjoyable read, however having read some more adult horror and the like, this fel...

    I got this as an ARC, so changes may have been made. Overall, pretty good. My only complaint would be that you could tell a few writers cheated a bit and did the required 'start with a scream or end with a scream' by adding a 'scream' at the start of a story they probably already had r...

    The Best Revenge 3 stars / Raw Head and Bloody Bones 3 stars / Bricks and Bones 4 stars / Ring and Run 4 stars / The Unknown Patriot 2 stars / Summer Of Sharks 3 stars / Rule Seven 3 stars / Cat Got Your Tongue 4 stars / The I Scream Truck 4 stars / The Witch Of Byron?s Bayou 4 stars...

    I found some stories to be a lot more scary or interesting than others but the whole book was enjoyable. Each story was very entertaining and kept up the suspense until the end. Thankfully all stories where fairly short and it made it easier to get through the book. It is a great book ...

    Book received from giveaway "Scream and scream again!" is a collection of short stories by various authors. The stories are scary enough to sit down and read aloud amongst family to enjoy together. The book would also be a perfect gift to give to someone in late elementary to early ...

  • Krista Regester
    Nov 06, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

  • Mortisha Cassavetes
    Oct 31, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

  • DJ
    Sep 27, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

    Genuinely enjoyed these little nuggets of RL Stine level lighthearted spooks. Perfect for young, reluctant readers. These stories have modern day references and characters kids can relate to. Any young reader, or baby of the 80s-90s will very much enjoy this. ...

    I received this ARC via my library director, who got it from the publisher at the PLA conference. This short story collection is perfect for Goosebumps fans. Though authors have written for middle grade all the way to adult, most of the stories are not too scary and end well. There ...

    *4.5 stars I read this collection aloud to my 12 year old twins in the weeks before Halloween this year, and it was the perfect read for the season! I don't think there was a single story that we disliked. Lots of creepy stories and most were surprising and unique! I'd highly re...

    This was almost a DNF for me. There were a few really well done stories, some good stories, but quite a few of them were ho-hum stories that I almost could not read passed. I could see the middle grade elements that held back some of the stories, and understood and took that into consi...

    Out of 20 stories there are like 5 that I loved. A lot of them were just meh. 3.5 stars ...

  • Heather
    Oct 02, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

    Genuinely enjoyed these little nuggets of RL Stine level lighthearted spooks. Perfect for young, reluctant readers. These stories have modern day references and characters kids can relate to. Any young reader, or baby of the 80s-90s will very much enjoy this. ...

    I received this ARC via my library director, who got it from the publisher at the PLA conference. This short story collection is perfect for Goosebumps fans. Though authors have written for middle grade all the way to adult, most of the stories are not too scary and end well. There ...

    *4.5 stars I read this collection aloud to my 12 year old twins in the weeks before Halloween this year, and it was the perfect read for the season! I don't think there was a single story that we disliked. Lots of creepy stories and most were surprising and unique! I'd highly re...

    This was almost a DNF for me. There were a few really well done stories, some good stories, but quite a few of them were ho-hum stories that I almost could not read passed. I could see the middle grade elements that held back some of the stories, and understood and took that into consi...

    Out of 20 stories there are like 5 that I loved. A lot of them were just meh. 3.5 stars ...

    i did-int really enjoy this book but the one reason i led it that some authors come together an make one book and tell creepy stories ...

    it was scary ...

    The first book I ever DNFed. I was about 4 stories in and just couldn?t handle the corniness anymore ...

  • Jessica Bruce
    Jan 26, 2019

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

    Genuinely enjoyed these little nuggets of RL Stine level lighthearted spooks. Perfect for young, reluctant readers. These stories have modern day references and characters kids can relate to. Any young reader, or baby of the 80s-90s will very much enjoy this. ...

    I received this ARC via my library director, who got it from the publisher at the PLA conference. This short story collection is perfect for Goosebumps fans. Though authors have written for middle grade all the way to adult, most of the stories are not too scary and end well. There ...

    *4.5 stars I read this collection aloud to my 12 year old twins in the weeks before Halloween this year, and it was the perfect read for the season! I don't think there was a single story that we disliked. Lots of creepy stories and most were surprising and unique! I'd highly re...

    This was almost a DNF for me. There were a few really well done stories, some good stories, but quite a few of them were ho-hum stories that I almost could not read passed. I could see the middle grade elements that held back some of the stories, and understood and took that into consi...

    Out of 20 stories there are like 5 that I loved. A lot of them were just meh. 3.5 stars ...

    i did-int really enjoy this book but the one reason i led it that some authors come together an make one book and tell creepy stories ...

    it was scary ...

    The first book I ever DNFed. I was about 4 stories in and just couldn?t handle the corniness anymore ...

    DNF this book at 27%, found some of the stories super corny and not scary at all. ...

    What can I say about this book? Well, it sucked big time. The stories certainly weren?t scary in the slightest, no nine or ten, or even twelve year old could be scared while reading this. Maybe a three year old, and even then...I?ll rate the stories on a scale of 1 to 10 scary wise...

    I listened to the audio book on Audible, needless to say I went for a prompt refund after about 6 Chapters, they let you keep the book and I tried to like it but I hated it. I read Fear: 13 Stories of Suspense and Horror and I loved it, it was creepy and strange, perfect for me. In thi...

    To be more precise this book was a 2.8 star read. Growing up R.L. Stine's work got the lion's share when it came to my reading time. It's been over 20 years since I last read a Goosebumps but I've continued to look back on them and Stine with fondness and plans to eventually revisi...

    I had purchased Scream and Scream Again! several months ago only because I knew it was edited by R.L.Stine and featured a brand-new short story by him. I had no idea the names of the other authors until after I received the book. Some of the bigger names in this anthology include Chris...

    Follow the infamous R.L. Stine and nineteen mystery writers of America as they take readers down the haunting path of a screaming good time. A collection of twenty stories that all start or end with a scream, these authors know how to chill their readers to the bone. From everyday st...

    I received a Early Digital Edition of this book from the publisher in exchange for my fair and honest review. Going into this I hadn't read an R.L Stine book since I was in Elementary School. It was an enjoyable read, however having read some more adult horror and the like, this fel...

    I got this as an ARC, so changes may have been made. Overall, pretty good. My only complaint would be that you could tell a few writers cheated a bit and did the required 'start with a scream or end with a scream' by adding a 'scream' at the start of a story they probably already had r...

    The Best Revenge 3 stars / Raw Head and Bloody Bones 3 stars / Bricks and Bones 4 stars / Ring and Run 4 stars / The Unknown Patriot 2 stars / Summer Of Sharks 3 stars / Rule Seven 3 stars / Cat Got Your Tongue 4 stars / The I Scream Truck 4 stars / The Witch Of Byron?s Bayou 4 stars...

    I found some stories to be a lot more scary or interesting than others but the whole book was enjoyable. Each story was very entertaining and kept up the suspense until the end. Thankfully all stories where fairly short and it made it easier to get through the book. It is a great book ...

    Book received from giveaway "Scream and scream again!" is a collection of short stories by various authors. The stories are scary enough to sit down and read aloud amongst family to enjoy together. The book would also be a perfect gift to give to someone in late elementary to early ...

    A fun collection of short stories to read in October. They are centered around middle school children and have that fun "Goosebumps" style feel of being not too scary and just downright fun to read. I listened to the audiobook on my way to work all week and also found the narration to ...

    It?s likely due to middle grade short stories not being my cup of tea, but very few of these short stories held my attention. I had to listen to the second half of the book on audiobook in order to keep pushing through. ...

  • Maggie Cole
    Sep 23, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

    Genuinely enjoyed these little nuggets of RL Stine level lighthearted spooks. Perfect for young, reluctant readers. These stories have modern day references and characters kids can relate to. Any young reader, or baby of the 80s-90s will very much enjoy this. ...

    I received this ARC via my library director, who got it from the publisher at the PLA conference. This short story collection is perfect for Goosebumps fans. Though authors have written for middle grade all the way to adult, most of the stories are not too scary and end well. There ...

    *4.5 stars I read this collection aloud to my 12 year old twins in the weeks before Halloween this year, and it was the perfect read for the season! I don't think there was a single story that we disliked. Lots of creepy stories and most were surprising and unique! I'd highly re...

    This was almost a DNF for me. There were a few really well done stories, some good stories, but quite a few of them were ho-hum stories that I almost could not read passed. I could see the middle grade elements that held back some of the stories, and understood and took that into consi...

    Out of 20 stories there are like 5 that I loved. A lot of them were just meh. 3.5 stars ...

    i did-int really enjoy this book but the one reason i led it that some authors come together an make one book and tell creepy stories ...

    it was scary ...

    The first book I ever DNFed. I was about 4 stories in and just couldn?t handle the corniness anymore ...

    DNF this book at 27%, found some of the stories super corny and not scary at all. ...

  • MatthewZ
    Sep 06, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

    Genuinely enjoyed these little nuggets of RL Stine level lighthearted spooks. Perfect for young, reluctant readers. These stories have modern day references and characters kids can relate to. Any young reader, or baby of the 80s-90s will very much enjoy this. ...

    I received this ARC via my library director, who got it from the publisher at the PLA conference. This short story collection is perfect for Goosebumps fans. Though authors have written for middle grade all the way to adult, most of the stories are not too scary and end well. There ...

    *4.5 stars I read this collection aloud to my 12 year old twins in the weeks before Halloween this year, and it was the perfect read for the season! I don't think there was a single story that we disliked. Lots of creepy stories and most were surprising and unique! I'd highly re...

    This was almost a DNF for me. There were a few really well done stories, some good stories, but quite a few of them were ho-hum stories that I almost could not read passed. I could see the middle grade elements that held back some of the stories, and understood and took that into consi...

    Out of 20 stories there are like 5 that I loved. A lot of them were just meh. 3.5 stars ...

    i did-int really enjoy this book but the one reason i led it that some authors come together an make one book and tell creepy stories ...

    it was scary ...

  • Brody Torchio
    Nov 14, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

    Genuinely enjoyed these little nuggets of RL Stine level lighthearted spooks. Perfect for young, reluctant readers. These stories have modern day references and characters kids can relate to. Any young reader, or baby of the 80s-90s will very much enjoy this. ...

    I received this ARC via my library director, who got it from the publisher at the PLA conference. This short story collection is perfect for Goosebumps fans. Though authors have written for middle grade all the way to adult, most of the stories are not too scary and end well. There ...

    *4.5 stars I read this collection aloud to my 12 year old twins in the weeks before Halloween this year, and it was the perfect read for the season! I don't think there was a single story that we disliked. Lots of creepy stories and most were surprising and unique! I'd highly re...

    This was almost a DNF for me. There were a few really well done stories, some good stories, but quite a few of them were ho-hum stories that I almost could not read passed. I could see the middle grade elements that held back some of the stories, and understood and took that into consi...

    Out of 20 stories there are like 5 that I loved. A lot of them were just meh. 3.5 stars ...

    i did-int really enjoy this book but the one reason i led it that some authors come together an make one book and tell creepy stories ...

  • Teairra Godfrey
    Dec 14, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

    Genuinely enjoyed these little nuggets of RL Stine level lighthearted spooks. Perfect for young, reluctant readers. These stories have modern day references and characters kids can relate to. Any young reader, or baby of the 80s-90s will very much enjoy this. ...

    I received this ARC via my library director, who got it from the publisher at the PLA conference. This short story collection is perfect for Goosebumps fans. Though authors have written for middle grade all the way to adult, most of the stories are not too scary and end well. There ...

    *4.5 stars I read this collection aloud to my 12 year old twins in the weeks before Halloween this year, and it was the perfect read for the season! I don't think there was a single story that we disliked. Lots of creepy stories and most were surprising and unique! I'd highly re...

    This was almost a DNF for me. There were a few really well done stories, some good stories, but quite a few of them were ho-hum stories that I almost could not read passed. I could see the middle grade elements that held back some of the stories, and understood and took that into consi...

    Out of 20 stories there are like 5 that I loved. A lot of them were just meh. 3.5 stars ...

    i did-int really enjoy this book but the one reason i led it that some authors come together an make one book and tell creepy stories ...

    it was scary ...

    The first book I ever DNFed. I was about 4 stories in and just couldn?t handle the corniness anymore ...

    DNF this book at 27%, found some of the stories super corny and not scary at all. ...

    What can I say about this book? Well, it sucked big time. The stories certainly weren?t scary in the slightest, no nine or ten, or even twelve year old could be scared while reading this. Maybe a three year old, and even then...I?ll rate the stories on a scale of 1 to 10 scary wise...

    I listened to the audio book on Audible, needless to say I went for a prompt refund after about 6 Chapters, they let you keep the book and I tried to like it but I hated it. I read Fear: 13 Stories of Suspense and Horror and I loved it, it was creepy and strange, perfect for me. In thi...

  • Emily E3
    Oct 31, 2018

    This is a straightforward horror anthology, one which will definitely appeal to anyone who grew up with Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. At once nostalgic for adults and new for teenage readers, Scream and Scream Again! isn't hugely unique ...

    Get in, loser. We're going to the bookstore. Shut up and take my visa card. ...

    Some of these are hits - some not so much. #R.L.Stineislife ...

    I have to say I really enjoyed this anthology of stories. It really harkens back to my childhood where there were all these scary story anthologies I used to read under the cover during middle school. And there were a large variety of stories-- some that were beautifully written, other...

    OMG I just loved this anthology of spookiness! This book is twenty short stories that either start or end with a scream. Of course, I have my favorite stories but all of them are very well done and great for kids of all ages. The book is filled with lots of creepy stories that are very...

    E ARC from Edelweiss Plus It's so hard to write reviews for short stories, since no two are the same, they are fairly short, and (in this case), they are all sort of gory/scary and I don't care as much for those. This is, however, a book most middle school libraries need to buy....

    Some stories were good, a chunk were flops though for me. ...

    Genuinely enjoyed these little nuggets of RL Stine level lighthearted spooks. Perfect for young, reluctant readers. These stories have modern day references and characters kids can relate to. Any young reader, or baby of the 80s-90s will very much enjoy this. ...

    I received this ARC via my library director, who got it from the publisher at the PLA conference. This short story collection is perfect for Goosebumps fans. Though authors have written for middle grade all the way to adult, most of the stories are not too scary and end well. There ...

    *4.5 stars I read this collection aloud to my 12 year old twins in the weeks before Halloween this year, and it was the perfect read for the season! I don't think there was a single story that we disliked. Lots of creepy stories and most were surprising and unique! I'd highly re...

    This was almost a DNF for me. There were a few really well done stories, some good stories, but quite a few of them were ho-hum stories that I almost could not read passed. I could see the middle grade elements that held back some of the stories, and understood and took that into consi...

    Out of 20 stories there are like 5 that I loved. A lot of them were just meh. 3.5 stars ...

    i did-int really enjoy this book but the one reason i led it that some authors come together an make one book and tell creepy stories ...

    it was scary ...

    The first book I ever DNFed. I was about 4 stories in and just couldn?t handle the corniness anymore ...

    DNF this book at 27%, found some of the stories super corny and not scary at all. ...

    What can I say about this book? Well, it sucked big time. The stories certainly weren?t scary in the slightest, no nine or ten, or even twelve year old could be scared while reading this. Maybe a three year old, and even then...I?ll rate the stories on a scale of 1 to 10 scary wise...

    I listened to the audio book on Audible, needless to say I went for a prompt refund after about 6 Chapters, they let you keep the book and I tried to like it but I hated it. I read Fear: 13 Stories of Suspense and Horror and I loved it, it was creepy and strange, perfect for me. In thi...

    To be more precise this book was a 2.8 star read. Growing up R.L. Stine's work got the lion's share when it came to my reading time. It's been over 20 years since I last read a Goosebumps but I've continued to look back on them and Stine with fondness and plans to eventually revisi...

    I had purchased Scream and Scream Again! several months ago only because I knew it was edited by R.L.Stine and featured a brand-new short story by him. I had no idea the names of the other authors until after I received the book. Some of the bigger names in this anthology include Chris...

    Follow the infamous R.L. Stine and nineteen mystery writers of America as they take readers down the haunting path of a screaming good time. A collection of twenty stories that all start or end with a scream, these authors know how to chill their readers to the bone. From everyday st...

    I received a Early Digital Edition of this book from the publisher in exchange for my fair and honest review. Going into this I hadn't read an R.L Stine book since I was in Elementary School. It was an enjoyable read, however having read some more adult horror and the like, this fel...

    I got this as an ARC, so changes may have been made. Overall, pretty good. My only complaint would be that you could tell a few writers cheated a bit and did the required 'start with a scream or end with a scream' by adding a 'scream' at the start of a story they probably already had r...

    The Best Revenge 3 stars / Raw Head and Bloody Bones 3 stars / Bricks and Bones 4 stars / Ring and Run 4 stars / The Unknown Patriot 2 stars / Summer Of Sharks 3 stars / Rule Seven 3 stars / Cat Got Your Tongue 4 stars / The I Scream Truck 4 stars / The Witch Of Byron?s Bayou 4 stars...