- Tapa blanda
- Edad recomendada: 10 años y más
- Editor: Scholastic Paperbacks; Edición: Translation (1 de abril de 1996)
- Colección: Escalofrios, No 3 (Goosebumps, No 3)
- Idioma: Español
- ISBN-10: 0590502093
- ISBN-13: 978-0590502092
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
Sangre De Monstruo/Monster Blood (Escalofrios, No 3 (Goosebumps, No 3)) Tapa blanda – 1 abr 1996
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A Spanish-reader's edition from a popular scary series follows the adventures of two young children who open a dusty can labeled "Monster Blood" and find that the green slime inside is growing and has a monster appetite. Original.
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R.L. Stine once mentioned the cuckoo clock of the title provided his favorite scenario. It's a great one!: An antique cuckoo clock, built in 1800, is sold cheaply due to a mysterious 'flaw' it took the owners 15 years to find. It's never quite explained what happened; just left to the imagination as the story continues to unfold. Like Stine's 'Monster Blood,' the cuckoo clock's powers border on nebulous, but in this case it adds to the mystery (like, why does the year counter end in the year 3000?).
Once the cuckoo clock comes into their family's possession, Michael thinks he can play a trick on his sister to finally get even with her. For years, he's been the butt of her malice, and every day brings some vicious prank at his expense (whether it be ruining his birthday presents, embarrassing him in front of his crush and all her friends, or even getting him beaten to a pulp by bullies). His plan is to make it look like Tara broke the mechanical cuckoo bird so that when the hours strike, its entrance is underwhelming. It's a small prank to play on such a hateful person.
When he wakes up the next morning, Michael finds himself reliving the awful birthday party Tara ruined 2 weeks earlier. Day after day, Michael uncontrollably relives random days, moving further and further back in time. The cuckoo clock is no longer in their possession, and he's much too young to find it on his own or convince anyone of his time travel predicament. It was a creative approach to time travel stories, and the cuckoo clock itself is an interesting, creepy invention on Stine's part.
She proudly bears her nickname ('Tara the Terrible') in torturing Michael every minute of the day -- and it's not sibling rivalry, it's pure malice and delight in his pain that drives her to hurt her own brother. To grow up with her as close family would be a nightmare akin to We Need to Talk About Kevin's eponymous psychopath. She's truly the scariest thing from any Goosebumps novel.
It's not a bad yarn by any means -- it's just...uninteresting. 'Hairy' Larry, our protagonist, is uninteresting. His friends and their band are uninteresting. The antagonists, a rival band, are uninteresting. The light-hearted mystery around Larry growing thick, black, greasy hair in unusual places is -- you guessed it -- uninteresting.
Stine's usual stories are surface-level spooks and jokes meant to connect with kids and keep them turning the pages -- this, however, may deserve some credit for branching out a bit to craft a metaphor around puberty and the awful, awful changes that brings. Maybe.
It's a decent, silly story to pass the time, but there are so many better Goosebumps adventures to pick from, whether you want spooky horror (Ghost Beach), or you're more craving R.L. Stine's silly sense of humor (Go Eat Worms!). The problems lie not just in how boring the entire concept is, but that the ending is telegraphed a bit too obviously early on with the neighborhood dogs, and Larry's fixation on a can of tanning lotion is too obviously a red herring. Not one of the better Goosebumps entries, and likely out of print for a reason.
(I still loved it....)
## "Do you think the stuff works?" Jared asked, adjusting his cap and staring at the bottle.
## "It has to," Lily said. "They couldn't sell it if it didn't work."
I think for K and I we enjoyed the ending where we wonder if they will all believe Billy now as it seems that he really sees something within the sea.
There is adventure, mermaids, and deceivable people lets see what happens next!