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It's a whole new ride from master of horror and bestselling author R.L. Stine--with a story so fiendish that it can't be contained to just one book! Billy and his sister, Sheena, unwittingly dive into a terrifying mystery when they accept a surprise invitation to HorrorLand--the amusement park that always lives up to its name. But first Billy and Sheena must sink or swim ab It's a whole new ride from master of horror and bestselling author R.L. Stine--with a story so fiendish that it can't be contained to just one book! Billy and his sister, Sheena, unwittingly dive into a terrifying mystery when they accept a surprise invitation to HorrorLand--the amusement park that always lives up to its name. But first Billy and Sheena must sink or swim aboard a doomed ship that happens to be underwater--with a captain who happens to be dead. At least, he used to be!


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It's a whole new ride from master of horror and bestselling author R.L. Stine--with a story so fiendish that it can't be contained to just one book! Billy and his sister, Sheena, unwittingly dive into a terrifying mystery when they accept a surprise invitation to HorrorLand--the amusement park that always lives up to its name. But first Billy and Sheena must sink or swim ab It's a whole new ride from master of horror and bestselling author R.L. Stine--with a story so fiendish that it can't be contained to just one book! Billy and his sister, Sheena, unwittingly dive into a terrifying mystery when they accept a surprise invitation to HorrorLand--the amusement park that always lives up to its name. But first Billy and Sheena must sink or swim aboard a doomed ship that happens to be underwater--with a captain who happens to be dead. At least, he used to be!

30 review for Creep from the Deep

  1. 4 out of 5

    Poonam

    This is the first book that I finished reading this year and have no complaints. I really enjoy the Goosebumps series. It may be a bit childish but it's always adventurous & fun and sometimes that's all you need from a book! This book is about a brother-sister duo Billy and Sheena. This is not the first time I am reading about them as they are the main characters in the book Deep Trouble. There was no reference to the previous book though and it was like reading a fresh story involving characters This is the first book that I finished reading this year and have no complaints. I really enjoy the Goosebumps series. It may be a bit childish but it's always adventurous & fun and sometimes that's all you need from a book! This book is about a brother-sister duo Billy and Sheena. This is not the first time I am reading about them as they are the main characters in the book Deep Trouble. There was no reference to the previous book though and it was like reading a fresh story involving characters you already know. As the name suggests the creep is from the deep that means it's some ocean time. The last story involving this duo was also based in the ocean and this one follows the same pattern. The story started out good and there were lots of twists and turns and then the story came to a conclusive end or that's what I thought! But then the story started afresh at a different location and somehow this part felt disjointed. Not that it wasn't good on it's own but it somehow just didn't fit the pattern. Still no complaints as it was a fun short read.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Veronica Morfi

    Rating: 3.5/5 Billy and Sheena decide to spend the summer with their uncle Dr. D. He has a lot planned for them. The most exciting activity is finding a pirate ship that has been lost ever since it sinked. Billy and Sheena are very excited, but who would have guessed that their little adventure would take a bad turn. First thing gone bad, their uncle disappears. Then they are stranded on a weird island where skeletons are alive. And they are after them. This was really fun to read. I love pirates Rating: 3.5/5 Billy and Sheena decide to spend the summer with their uncle Dr. D. He has a lot planned for them. The most exciting activity is finding a pirate ship that has been lost ever since it sinked. Billy and Sheena are very excited, but who would have guessed that their little adventure would take a bad turn. First thing gone bad, their uncle disappears. Then they are stranded on a weird island where skeletons are alive. And they are after them. This was really fun to read. I love pirates and hidden treasures and everything creepy that R.L. Stine creates. This book had everything. The first story was a fast little tale of the two sibligns searching for their uncle and ending up findind a whole lot of trouble. After Creep in the Deep is over we are back at Horrorland. Exactly where we left of. I didn't know how the Horrorland scene would play out, but Stine wrote the little stories at the end of each book as one big Horrorland story. Billy and Sheena go to Horrorland and there they find Britney and Molly, from the first book, exactly were we left them. I loved that we continued on with this story. A lot of things happened and we even met the main character of the next book. This story is the reason I am so excited. I can't wait to read more.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Zebulynn Hanson

    Don't judge a book by it's cover it is really about bloodthirsty pirates.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Bea

    3.5 stars for the narration. He did a good job and I liked the music and effects. 3 stars for the main story. I liked the pirate plot. They were like zombies, but it wasn't cliche. Thought their chant was pretty unsettling sounding! 4 stars for the horror land story. It was kinda sinister for a kids story. so all in all I will give 3.5/4 stars for this one!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kay Solo

    I'm starting to see what's happening here, and I like it. It's still a little jarring to go straight from the main story to Horrorland, but I see how they're intersecting, and it's pretty neat!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Justin Padilla

    The Creep From The Deep is about two kids and a docter named Billy, Sheena, and Dr.D. These three are trying to find a sunken pirate ship, with millions of dollars in gold and jewels hidden in the ship. Billy's main external conflict is that he entered another world and now he is trying to survive. Billy's main internal conflict is that he has to look brave in front of his sister while he is trying to survive from dead pirates! During reading this book, I made a Text-to-Text connection. Billy's The Creep From The Deep is about two kids and a docter named Billy, Sheena, and Dr.D. These three are trying to find a sunken pirate ship, with millions of dollars in gold and jewels hidden in the ship. Billy's main external conflict is that he entered another world and now he is trying to survive. Billy's main internal conflict is that he has to look brave in front of his sister while he is trying to survive from dead pirates! During reading this book, I made a Text-to-Text connection. Billy's external conflict reminds me of The Ironwood Tree, when when Jared has to protect his siblings and survive from evil goblins. They both have to take charge and protects their siblings. They both are growing up to be responsible and brave. I would gladley rate this book five stars. This book is jawdropping and it will keep you on the edge of your seat with constant action. The best part is there was the perfect amount of talking not too much or to little. I recommend this book to people who loved scary and heartstopping action.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Canosa

    As I predicted, this book was not as good as the first one that I did a report on "Deep Trouble". Nothing could top it! And this one definitely did not come close to the expected bar. This book called "Creep from the Deep" by R.L. Stine is supposed to be like a sequel to the first one. Almost anyway. It made no references to the first book and was a completely different adventure with the same people on the sea again! It was a ok storyline compared to some others I have read. The siblings get on As I predicted, this book was not as good as the first one that I did a report on "Deep Trouble". Nothing could top it! And this one definitely did not come close to the expected bar. This book called "Creep from the Deep" by R.L. Stine is supposed to be like a sequel to the first one. Almost anyway. It made no references to the first book and was a completely different adventure with the same people on the sea again! It was a ok storyline compared to some others I have read. The siblings get on a submarine to look for a sunken ship with treasure on it, which some scientists say its there. They go a s it turns out they some up the skeletons there, because the legend says they are zombie skeletons and it is real! More endss up happenin, but I still don't a want to spoil. I recommend this book to people looking for a side book that is not their main book, which would be the last one I reported "Deep Trouble".

  8. 5 out of 5

    Libby

    I'm NOT a Goosebumps fan, but my new commuting partner (middle school son) and I are taking turns selecting audiobooks, and this was his choice. I can see why R.L. Stine appeals to kids--he uses humor as well as creepiness and gross-outs. He definitely keeps the story moving, and while you can guess many of the twists and turns as an adult, they make for a fun story. The audio version was well done, and when they used special effects for a dead pirate chant, it was pretty creepy.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Odel

    Bill,Sheena, and Dr.D are back on a new sea adventure. If you liked my previous review for the book Goosebumps: Deep Trouble and read the book then you will this because of their similarities. However in this story shows more of his imagination than the first book like the time he was "fighting a electric eel."Another difference of this story from the last story is the amount of responsibility Billy and Sheena have to show when their uncle can't help them survive. I would like to see Billy and h Bill,Sheena, and Dr.D are back on a new sea adventure. If you liked my previous review for the book Goosebumps: Deep Trouble and read the book then you will this because of their similarities. However in this story shows more of his imagination than the first book like the time he was "fighting a electric eel."Another difference of this story from the last story is the amount of responsibility Billy and Sheena have to show when their uncle can't help them survive. I would like to see Billy and his family on an adventure in a different setting because I would like to see what creatures or enemies they would fight on land.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Krystin Rachel

    Fucking adorable. RTC.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Courtney

    Creep From the Deep was okay. I found Billy to be annoying with his pretend Mutant game. I liked Sheena, his sister. Most of the story takes place in the World of the Dead which was pretty cool, and disturbing. The pirates were creepy. I did enjoy their time at Horrorland though. I should have read these in orser but oh well.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Whitney

    Who doesn’t love a story about zombie pirates?! Pretty good book for kids. I enjoyed it!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Kate Grimm

    More like Creature Put Me to SLEEP. Passé pirates, missing wooden legs, snooze fest horrorland adventure. Not even the fun audio mix could keep me awake on this seadventure.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Santiago Gutierrez

    The thrilling book “Goosebumps Horrorland: Creep from the Deep” by R.L. Stine is about a boy named Billy Deep (calls himself “Undersea Mutant”) and his sister Sheena Deep that visit their scientist uncle, Dr. D to try to find the treasure of an undead pirate captain. They then must accept a free invitation to the most terrifying place in the world Horrorland where they meet Britney Crosby, Molly Molly, and Matt Daniels. I would recommend this book to people who like action and suspenseful storie The thrilling book “Goosebumps Horrorland: Creep from the Deep” by R.L. Stine is about a boy named Billy Deep (calls himself “Undersea Mutant”) and his sister Sheena Deep that visit their scientist uncle, Dr. D to try to find the treasure of an undead pirate captain. They then must accept a free invitation to the most terrifying place in the world Horrorland where they meet Britney Crosby, Molly Molly, and Matt Daniels. I would recommend this book to people who like action and suspenseful stories with undead pirates.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jose Ramirez

    Tittle:Goosebumps Horrorland Creep from Deep By:R.L. Stine ‎I think that Goosebumps Horroland Creep from the Deep is a very good book because it has three parts.There was a kid named Billy Deep and his sister Sheena Deep Billy had another identity called the undersea mutant and his uncle Dr.D was looking for a pirate ship that was lost in sea.Then Dr.D realized that the ship got lost when there was a black cloud Dr.D was serching for that cloud then they did and they found the ship.Then they all Tittle:Goosebumps Horrorland Creep from Deep By:R.L. Stine ‎I think that Goosebumps Horroland Creep from the Deep is a very good book because it has three parts.There was a kid named Billy Deep and his sister Sheena Deep Billy had another identity called the undersea mutant and his uncle Dr.D was looking for a pirate ship that was lost in sea.Then Dr.D realized that the ship got lost when there was a black cloud Dr.D was serching for that cloud then they did and they found the ship.Then they all went inside a minisub then out of knowhere the power shut down then Billy said,"Dr.D?"then the power got back on then Dr.D was gone then Billy was controlling it then it fell all the way down then it landed on its side.Then they heard voices like this,"the bone they crack"then they saw skelatons started to break the glass.Then near the end of the story they met thesse two men their names were Roger and Goldy then they soon realized that they were bone pirates too and they threw them off the boat and got the treasure and found a red skull Roger and Goldy touched it then they dissapered.Then at the end of the story Billy was at black lagoon by himself and saw his parents and everything turned red for him and something happened.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jay

    The Deep Trouble books are some of the more underrated books in the original series. While not among the elite (HorrorLand, Jellyjam, Living Dummy, Say Cheese and Die), they are still in the top quarter. The main thing I liked about them is that they are more grounded in reality. There is nothing wrong with the more supernatural aspects of the series. And these stories do have a bit (mermaids). But the villains being humans rather than monsters is a nice change of pace. Creep from the Deep, howe The Deep Trouble books are some of the more underrated books in the original series. While not among the elite (HorrorLand, Jellyjam, Living Dummy, Say Cheese and Die), they are still in the top quarter. The main thing I liked about them is that they are more grounded in reality. There is nothing wrong with the more supernatural aspects of the series. And these stories do have a bit (mermaids). But the villains being humans rather than monsters is a nice change of pace. Creep from the Deep, however, steers away from reality. Billy and Sheena are visiting their uncle, the famous marine biologist Dr. Deep. They are in search for the Scarlet Skull, a two hundred year-old pirate ship that sank in mysterious circumstances. Based on the previous Deep Trouble stories, I expected this to be a story of the family going against evil treasure hunters. What I was not expecting was... ZOMBIE PIRATES!!!!!! Yes, zombie pirates. Talk about taking a hard turn away from reality. But they are actually really well done. The zombies are truly terrifying. Stine does a great job vividly describing their looks, actions, and even smells. Like all Goosebumps stories, there are a few twists and turns. And like Revenge of the Living Dummy, I feel like the twists are simply better than the original series. The first twist, I was expecting something very specific and was genuinely caught off guard when it differed from the more obvious expectation. The second twist was truly hilarious. Unfortunately, the final twist at the end of the book, was not as satisfying. It left open the possibility of another story but not in a way that was all that interesting. And for that reason, it falls behind Revenge of the Living Dummy. Like the original series, this Deep Trouble story is really good, but it falls behind the all-time greats like the Living Dummy. But I do expect this to end up right around the top-five of this shorter series: 1. Revenge of the Living Dummy 2. Creep from the Deep.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jaime

    1) Revenge of the Living Dummy ★★★½ content warnings: violence, threats, descriptions of the undead, general creepiness (all fairly tame) Review can also be found on my blog. This is one of the few HorrorLand books I don't remember too much of, and after re-reading it I can see why. This isn't a bad book by any means, just underwhelming after RotLD. As usual, the book is split into two parts. The first is siblings, Billy and Sheena, who are spending the summer with their uncle, Dr. D. Things start 1) Revenge of the Living Dummy ★★★½ content warnings: violence, threats, descriptions of the undead, general creepiness (all fairly tame) Review can also be found on my blog. This is one of the few HorrorLand books I don't remember too much of, and after re-reading it I can see why. This isn't a bad book by any means, just underwhelming after RotLD. As usual, the book is split into two parts. The first is siblings, Billy and Sheena, who are spending the summer with their uncle, Dr. D. Things start to go downhill when Dr. D suggests they try finding a legendary pirate ship said to have disappeared and now be inhabited by a ghost crew. When they go down Dr. D somehow goes missing and Billy and Sheena have to try to find him and survive the seemingly very real ghostly crew. The second half is a continuation of the HorrorLand story started in RotLD, with Billy and Sheena being mysteriously invited and running into Brittany and Molly, as well as meeting another kid brought under mysterious circumstances, Matt. Even if this one wasn't as good as RotLD, particularly in the building of fear and suspense around the creature/monster/thing the kids have to fight, it was still damn good. The audiobook was great, as was the narrator, Jeff Woodman. There's one part towards the end where the background noise is quite loud and then completely cuts off, making the atmosphere even creepier. I also ultimately really liked the overall story, and am looking forward to continuing. (Also, I have no idea what's up with the cover of this one?? It makes it look like it's about a sea monster, not ghost-zombie-creatures. Not a criticism of the book as a whole, just something that annoyed me the entire time I was reading it.)

  18. 4 out of 5

    J.D.

    Summary: Billy and Sheen are thrilled to go on an exciting treasure hunt with their uncle. Billy's odd fear turns out to be right when they travel to the bottom of the ocean to find a sunken pirate ship in a small sub. Their uncle disappears as skeletons begin to rise up from their watery graves and when the two reach the surface, their boat is gone. Having no other choice, they swim to a small island where they come face to face with Captain Ben and his army of dead pirates. They must go on yet Summary: Billy and Sheen are thrilled to go on an exciting treasure hunt with their uncle. Billy's odd fear turns out to be right when they travel to the bottom of the ocean to find a sunken pirate ship in a small sub. Their uncle disappears as skeletons begin to rise up from their watery graves and when the two reach the surface, their boat is gone. Having no other choice, they swim to a small island where they come face to face with Captain Ben and his army of dead pirates. They must go on yet another adventure to find the Captain's treasure in hopes of getting their uncle back. Personal opinion: An exciting second book that include a sunken pirate ship, a deep sea adventure, ghost pirates and buried treasure. This book even brings back familiar characters from the original Goosebumps series. The Horrorland portion also brings back Britney and Moly from the previous book. Overall it's another thrilling quick read with the beloved cliffhanger chapter endings and twist ending.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca M.

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This one surpasses Revenge of the Living Dummy in my opinion. I loved the oceanic setting and the sense of adventure, Billy and Sheena were likable characters, and you can't go wrong with zombie pirates! I totally did not see the twist concerning Roger and Goldy coming. I knew there was something off about them, but I did not expect them to be zombies themselves. The reveal legitimately threw me for a loop. I was a bit surprised by how Captain Ben was "defeated." If he's already dead, how can be This one surpasses Revenge of the Living Dummy in my opinion. I loved the oceanic setting and the sense of adventure, Billy and Sheena were likable characters, and you can't go wrong with zombie pirates! I totally did not see the twist concerning Roger and Goldy coming. I knew there was something off about them, but I did not expect them to be zombies themselves. The reveal legitimately threw me for a loop. I was a bit surprised by how Captain Ben was "defeated." If he's already dead, how can being speared by his leg bone take him and his ship down? Furthermore, how did Billy not realize it was a bone instead of driftwood? I'm probably overthinking but I was a bit confused by those things. Also, what is with the book's cover? Going into it, I thought it was going to be about some eel-like monster. I admit I much prefer zombie pirates, but still, the cover is misleading. The HorrorLand segment was intriguing. I'm wondering more and more what the deal with HorrorLand is -- why these kids are being brought there and what is intended for them.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Tarissa

    Pros? The nautical setting in this story. So cool! There is a real sense of adventure – setting sail across the water and fighting down whatever comes your way. The siblings, Billy and Sheena, are great characters too; I'd even like to see them featured in another Goosebumps story later on. Also, I am pleasantly surprised to find out that once the kids reach Horrorland, they actually get to meet up with Britney and Molly from book 1, plus Slappy the evil dummy is still at large. If the rest of t Pros? The nautical setting in this story. So cool! There is a real sense of adventure – setting sail across the water and fighting down whatever comes your way. The siblings, Billy and Sheena, are great characters too; I'd even like to see them featured in another Goosebumps story later on. Also, I am pleasantly surprised to find out that once the kids reach Horrorland, they actually get to meet up with Britney and Molly from book 1, plus Slappy the evil dummy is still at large. If the rest of the Horrorland series is going to be connected with cross-plots happening, I'm definitely intrigued in that. Cons? Some of the gory details of the condition of the dead pirates' bodies are rather atrocious and sickening.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Mark

    R.L. Stine's stories are known to have false scares that end at most of each chapter and this one sadly has the most unnecessary ones. When the main protagonist is telling the reading their "scare" was wrong then the rest of the "scares" proceeding have no claim to them at all. I just chalk them up to being fake too. I didn't like the ending at all. I won't spoil it but it makes no sense. The front cover doesn't seem to be in the story either. Why no have skeleton pirates? Anyway, I'm reading way R.L. Stine's stories are known to have false scares that end at most of each chapter and this one sadly has the most unnecessary ones. When the main protagonist is telling the reading their "scare" was wrong then the rest of the "scares" proceeding have no claim to them at all. I just chalk them up to being fake too. I didn't like the ending at all. I won't spoil it but it makes no sense. The front cover doesn't seem to be in the story either. Why no have skeleton pirates? Anyway, I'm reading way to much into a kids book but this one didn't work for me. There's much better Goosebumps stories out there.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Shaun

    I listened to the audiobook. I am not a big audiobook listener but I think it really works well for Goosebumps. It helps that Goosebumps are short I suppose. The narrator did a great job, and all the backing sand effects and musical cues really added atmosphere. As for the story itself? Well it was fairly typical Goosebumps fair. Like Deep Trouble, which this book is a sequel to, the true "monster" of this story is a surprise, and I think it was fun. Perhaps not the best Goosebumps book, but cert I listened to the audiobook. I am not a big audiobook listener but I think it really works well for Goosebumps. It helps that Goosebumps are short I suppose. The narrator did a great job, and all the backing sand effects and musical cues really added atmosphere. As for the story itself? Well it was fairly typical Goosebumps fair. Like Deep Trouble, which this book is a sequel to, the true "monster" of this story is a surprise, and I think it was fun. Perhaps not the best Goosebumps book, but certainly not the worst.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Caleb

    Billy and Sheena go on trip with their uncle and actually get more of an adventure then they bargained for! This book was funny and full of zombie pirates and other strange things. Then just when you think that it's over, another adventure starts up. I liked that the author put together a series that picks up where the other one left off.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sean Harding

    Second in the series, second I have read, and second in the box set of four books that I was lent by a friend who thought I should read them! Anyway another average Stine horror lite for the younger reader set, again with that weird serial bit at the end which just doesn't work well at all. Apart from that all good fun.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Andrew Gonzalez

    Goodreads review I will recommend that you guys and 6th graders read goosebumps: creep from the deep. I like this book because reason#1: I love scary books. reason#2: i love creepy stuff in books. And reason#3: i love books with no pictures just imagine it. This is why I'm asking for you guys and the sixth graders to read this book: goosebumps: creep from the deep.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Alice English

    After reading this first book in this series I had high hopes for this book but it was kind of a let down. I found it to be quite boring but when I got to the horrorland section of the book I enjoyed it a lot more.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jackie☣️

    This book is very good and I like how it bring classic kids pirate stories to a more horror themed story. The enter horrorland chapter continues from Revenge Of The Living Dummy and overall is a very interesting read.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Nick Silverstein

    I love the whole zombie pirate storyline. I think this is one of the best Goosebumps books. The author painted a very scary picture in my head of evil pirates and moving/talking skeletons. It was also a lot darker than what Goosebumps books tend to be, which is nice.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ashlyn

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Be were! This book is not that scary and this review has a spoiler! This is one of my favorite goosebumps book I’ve read. This book totally left me one a cliff hanger. The last words in the book are, “Oh no! I’m invisible!” Which Sheena says. So I really don’t know how it ends.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Batu

    The deep siblings are back( Deep Trouble) ! This time they are in serious trouble again. With some pirates that they were used to be dead. Also The horrorland part was great again!

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