Another enjoyable instalment in the Horrorland series. In Monster Blood for Breakfast we meet Matt, who was introduced to us in the second book, and his terribly annoying neighbour Bradley. I especially enjoy how well Mr Stine portrays children. They can be petty, annoying, clueless and weird, but they all seem like real children. Everyone has known a Bradley in their life, or had an infuriating younger or older sibling. I hope that the next book also gives some answers, instead of just making tons of people disappear.