I'm R.l. Stine. Let me introduce you to Ross Arthur. He's that boy with straight, brown hair and a slightly crooked smile, talking to two girls by the swimming pool.
You might say that Ross has everything. He's popular, smart, and good looking. His father is an exec for a big movie studio. Ross lives in Beverly Hills with a swimming pool and tennis courts in his backyard.
A perfect life? Not quite.
Ross has a little problem. He constantly tells stories. Some people might call them lies. In fact, Ross has told so many lies to so many people, it's hard for him to tell what's real and what isn't.
Ross's little problem is about to take him to a frightening place--The Nightmare Room. And once he's inside, Ross is going to make a terrifying discovery--you can't talk your way out!
For ages 10 to 14.
(From the The Nightmare Room shelf.)