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The trip to the amusement park should be fun. But when Samantha "Sam" Archer and her friends try out the haunted house ride, things go terribly wrong!

©2014 Steve Brezenoff, Marcos Calo (P)2013 Capstone Publishers, Inc.

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A haunted ride! Or is it?

Though I am beginning to wonder about the school system that keeps sending these kids on field trips with so many mysteries, I continue to enjoy finding out how Egg, Cat, Sam, and the rest will solve whatever mystery ends up cropping up during the field trip.

As with Brezenoff's other Field Trip Mysteries, this one is a fun read/listen, which keeps you engaged until the end. This narrator, again listed as anonymous, did a fantastic job with the performance.

For those of you who have read or listened to any of Brezenoff's other Field Trip Mysteries and enjoyed them, you will most likely enjoy this one too. If you haven't read or listened to any of his Field Trip Mysteries yet, think of them like Scooby Doo, but with a fun group of 6th graders. The characters have the same level of charisma, and because they are younger, younger kids can imagine themselves in the mystery that much more easily.

I definitely recommend reading or listening to these stories. I don't think you'll regret it.