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Two Martians unexpectedly land on Earth and have to get home - by highjacking the bodies of two kids and leaving a trail of trouble in their wake that no one may be able to fix! ENJOY YOUR VISIT Family camping trips are supposed to be fun, but for Parker, Annie, and the Walden family, they’re an absolute nightmare! After a creepy, unidentified bird attacks their mom in the Two Martians unexpectedly land on Earth and have to get home - by highjacking the bodies of two kids and leaving a trail of trouble in their wake that no one may be able to fix! ENJOY YOUR VISIT Family camping trips are supposed to be fun, but for Parker, Annie, and the Walden family, they’re an absolute nightmare! After a creepy, unidentified bird attacks their mom in the forest, Parker and Annie find themselves face to face with two strange creatures that suddenly enter the kids’ brains and take control of their bodies. Can Parker and Annie break loose of this horrific control and convince their family of what’s happening, or will the creatures take over their lives for good?


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Two Martians unexpectedly land on Earth and have to get home - by highjacking the bodies of two kids and leaving a trail of trouble in their wake that no one may be able to fix! ENJOY YOUR VISIT Family camping trips are supposed to be fun, but for Parker, Annie, and the Walden family, they’re an absolute nightmare! After a creepy, unidentified bird attacks their mom in the Two Martians unexpectedly land on Earth and have to get home - by highjacking the bodies of two kids and leaving a trail of trouble in their wake that no one may be able to fix! ENJOY YOUR VISIT Family camping trips are supposed to be fun, but for Parker, Annie, and the Walden family, they’re an absolute nightmare! After a creepy, unidentified bird attacks their mom in the forest, Parker and Annie find themselves face to face with two strange creatures that suddenly enter the kids’ brains and take control of their bodies. Can Parker and Annie break loose of this horrific control and convince their family of what’s happening, or will the creatures take over their lives for good?

41 review for Just Beyond: The Horror at Happy Landings

  1. 4 out of 5

    Angus McKeogh

    Didn’t know this was a graphic novel written for a 6-year-old until I got a copy in the mail. Read it anyway. It was extremely juvenile. The story was ridiculous and rife with plot holes and nonsensical character actions. I’m trying to evaluate it for what it is, but I’m not really convinced a 6-year-old would like it either.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Hew La France

    While starting out with two very fascinating promises, The Horror at Happy Landings ultimately fails to deliver on the ideas presented in the first two chapters, whilst also not living up to its name. I understand this is intended for younger children, but I'm trying to think if young me (who was afraid of 90% of most things) would have found any aspect of this story eerie. Maybe a little... but I do feel like Stine could have pushed it just a LITTLE more. Still, a fun read,especially if you're a While starting out with two very fascinating promises, The Horror at Happy Landings ultimately fails to deliver on the ideas presented in the first two chapters, whilst also not living up to its name. I understand this is intended for younger children, but I'm trying to think if young me (who was afraid of 90% of most things) would have found any aspect of this story eerie. Maybe a little... but I do feel like Stine could have pushed it just a LITTLE more. Still, a fun read,especially if you're a fan of Stine's work.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Thomas-James

    This one is inspired me to read more alien stories!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Wolverinefactor

    I guess more like a 2.5 - I didn’t care for the plot at all with the different perspectives- art was fine but yeah... the first one is definitely better

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sarahisagenius

    I enjoyed the preview to The next book More than this one.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Selina Lybrook

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. It was weird how the martians looked they were fuzzy and little, very weird to me but the end was good when they looked scary/cute

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