But when her friends start disappearing one by one and the babysitter is nowhere to be found, Kelly starts getting scared. Is Miss Mary's ghost kidnapping everyone? Go to sleep, if you dare, because you're invited to a Creepover! An Atom Original visit atombooks. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
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Book Description Go to sleep From the Back Cover Go to sleep, if you dare, because you're invited to a Creepover! To get the free app, enter mobile phone number. See all free Kindle reading apps. Ready For A Scare?: Book 3 on your Kindle in under a minute. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Ready for a Scare? Ready for a Scare? You're Invited to a Creepover 3 by P. You're Invited to a Creepover, 3 4. Birthday girl and queen of all things spooky, Kelly Garcia is all set to have the perfect night. First her parents are going out of town. And although they hired a babysitter, Kelly is excited to basically be on her own.
And then there's the sleepover she's having—a virtual, webcam sleepover where she and her friends can scare each other silly by telling ghost stories and Birthday girl and queen of all things spooky, Kelly Garcia is all set to have the perfect night. And then there's the sleepover she's having—a virtual, webcam sleepover where she and her friends can scare each other silly by telling ghost stories and summoning the spirit of Miss Mary, a woman from their small town who died tragically a long time ago.
But when her friends start disappearing one by one and the babysitter is nowhere to be found, Kelly starts getting scared. Is Miss Mary's ghost kidnapping everyone? Will Kelly be next? Paperback , pages. You're Invited to a Creepover 3. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Ready for a Scare? Does this series have to be read in order, or can they be stand alone?
See 1 question about Ready for a Scare? Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Oct 30, Jennifer rated it liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This is the third entry in the "Creepover" series, and it's at once the best and worst of the three. Written by Heather Alexander -- "P. Night" is the house pseudonym for this series -- it dishes up an eerie environment, an interesting plot, a likable protagonist, and a good supporting cast. But while the chills are sustained for over half the book, the reader can't help but become suspicious that there may be a non-supernatural explanation for all the spookiness.
This is partly due to the fact that the ghost, for all the time it supposedly spends haunting Kelly, never does anything to her, but also because the book's overall plot mirrors that of Truth or Dare , the first Creepover book: And, as in that book, here there is a final page hint that there really is something supernatural going on.
But it's too late. Once the suspense has been cleared away, the reader feels a bit cheated, and there's nothing an author can do to fix that feeling. Yes, I'm an adult, and maybe a very young child will be comforted by knowing there was nothing really frightening going on in the book. But he or she might also be as disappointed by that fact as I was. Hopefully, the rest of the books in this series will be more like book two, You Can't Come in Here! There the payoff is real, exciting, and totally unexpected.
Aug 22, Matt Garcia rated it liked it. This one reminded me a lot, in regards to plot and twists, of the Goosebumps book Welcome to Camp Nightmare. Although, I feel Stine did a much better job with the story. I guessed the ending early on and simply glided along until the book was done. Jun 21, Brandy rated it it was amazing. This series just gets better. Each book in the series is a stand-alone just like The old fear Street series.
This one is rated a 5 on the creep-o-meter and I must admit even I was "creeped" out more than normal on this one. Sep 09, Kat Goldin rated it really liked it. This is the third installment in a series titled Creepover.
It is not overly scary and the story plot is predictable, yet fun and quick moving. Her parents have to leave town; they hire a slug of a babysitter who is not someone Kelly normally would interact with. After a few ghost stories the new techy way camco Ready for a Scare? Once a few guests and the babysitter vanish, Kelly finds that this party is not what she wanted or is it?
Oct 20, Haselton rated it really liked it. I really enjoyed this book. I read this on a suggestion from one of my students. Night by the way that is such a clever name uses a lot of detail in her writing. She or He is always telling the reader what the characters are feeling, seeing, smelling, hearing and tasting. All the senses are used and painting a wonderful movie in my mind. If you like scary books you should pick this book up.
May 19, Allayyah Bush rated it it was amazing Shelves: I love reading scary books and this definitely scared me. It was one of the scariest books I've read!
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I have two other books from the series and I can't wait to read those! I just, for some strange reason, like to be scared if that makes any sense at all: It's a really quick but good scary book! Feb 10, Hayley rated it it was amazing. This book was so scary!
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Luckily, I don't think this could happen in real life. I couldn't figure out where everyone kept on disappearing to. The end really surprised me when Kelly saw something with see-through skin and bones Oct 25, Amara Tanith rated it it was amazing Shelves: This was such a pleasant surprise! After the mediocrity of the first book and the utter mess that was the second, the third book in the Are You Ready for a Creepover series finally gets it right.
It's genuinely well written especially considering its target audience with spot-on horror story tension and exactly the ending I was hoping for! Some readers may disagree with me on how satisfying the ending is, but for me, this is easily some of the best kidlit I've read in a while. Full review to co This was such a pleasant surprise! Full review to come at Amara's Eden. Nov 30, TJL rated it it was amazing Shelves: I have to say, of the books in this series I've read so far, this one was actually pretty scary.
Kisah yang sangat menarik..
Tukang takutkan orang akhirnya berjaya ditakutkan.. Tapi betulke semua itu hanya lakonan? Mana datang bau kulit kayu manis..?
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Mar 03, Moondancers rated it it was amazing Shelves: I really love the feeling of this book. I know that might sound weird but the images that went through my mind when reading it were just awesome. I like the fact it was snowing outside and her parents couldn't be there for her birthday. I loved that her room was the same as it had been when she was little, I think some people could relate to that, or at least I could. Or how her and one of her friends lived like in the same neighborhood, I guess what I'm saying is, I liked how realistic and, for I really love the feeling of this book.
Or how her and one of her friends lived like in the same neighborhood, I guess what I'm saying is, I liked how realistic and, for me, how relatable it was. Though I wasn't really that scared after reading this, I wasn't planning on playing with an Ouija board either, if you get my drift. Please remember that it's been like a long time since I last read this book, so I really don't remember if all of her friends lived in the same neighborhood with her or if it was just what's his name, but I do remember someone coming over to her house and that's a foggy piece Not sure how to end this review see ya next time.
Jul 14, Mehsi rated it really liked it Shelves: Let's start with that. Man that ending was soooo disappointing.
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