I read this book in what I guess what probably the 6th grade, because around that time I loved whatever had the name "R.L. Stine" written on it. I knew from the start these books weren't written by him, but I still gave them a shot, because after reading the first two (the best ones of the series) I decided to stick around for the ride. I have only a fadey memory of this book, but remember that the plot of the book was pretty good and kept you involved. The ending was a pretty cheap pay off, and ruined basically what would have been a decent read. But, then again, you could see one of them crazy endings coming from the beginning, because as it built up, that ending was the only way to really pull off the story without it looking totally rediculous. And it was a Ghosts of Fear Street book, and most always ended like that (Ex. "The Boy Who Ate Fear Street" and "Night of the Werecat", to name a few). It's an okay read if you don't mind the helpless ending.