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Say Cheese and Die! by R. L. Stine

Say Cheese and Die!

by R. L. Stine

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#4 "One picture is worth a thousand screams."
An evil cursed camera? No that couldn't be real, right? Greg and his three friends are about to find out. ( )
  TheReadingMermaid | Oct 2, 2018 |
[b: Say Cheese and Die!|125662|Say Cheese and Die! (Goosebumps, #4)|R.L. Stine|https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1328867794s/125662.jpg|121027] has the benefit of featuring one of the most idiotic protagonists of any of [a: R.L. Stine|13730|R.L. Stine|https://images.gr-assets.com/authors/1194380070p2/13730.jpg]'s books. While the actual premise of the book itself was rather entertaining (the idea that a camera could take photos of the future and/or cause bad things to happen in the future) the execution of it left rather a lot to be wanting. In fact, the actual origin of the camera and way that it works - which the characters wonder about for the bulk of the book - is never adequately revealed.

Greg, the main character, was just too massive an imbecile for me to fully enjoy this romp. He spends so much of the book trying to convince himself the camera isn't 'evil' or supernatural at all, but rather simply broken. Because, you know, a broken camera makes people look like they're dead, cars look like they've been totaled, etc. He refuses to do anything to really solve the mystery and is just such a...non-mover.

Whatever, the book was still OK but it wasn't one of the stronger Goosebump titles in my opinion. ( )
  Lepophagus | Jun 14, 2018 |
not the best book in the series just because it kinda boring but it is good. ( )
  GiacomoBiferno | Oct 1, 2017 |
One of the better known of the goosebumps, there were some dark twists with the 'wicked camera.' The ending was creative enough for Stine and the age group.
  ErinPaperbackstash | Jun 14, 2016 |
It's a camera! That takes pictures of how you'll die! AND THEN YOU DIE!

omg! ( )
  wealhtheowwylfing | Feb 29, 2016 |
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Greg thinks there is something wrong with the old camera he found. The photographs keep turning out different. But Greg's friends don't believe him. intil Shari makes Greg take a photo of her at a party, the picture comes back but sharis not in it.it leaves you wondering Is Shari about to be taken out of the picture permanently?
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Greg finds an old camera with an uncanny knack of predicting--in the photographs it takes--a grisly future for its subjects, but he cannot convince his friends of the danger.

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Strange things happen when Greg starts using the camera he and his friends found.

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