This was one of the earliest Goosebumps novel I had read and the very first around I was very impressed. It was like as if if you mix the steampunk culture with some surrealism. I would probably rank it in the Top 5.
The ending is very Fight Club-type and it really grabs you by the throat. But, unlike his other books, this one is only better the first time around. Second time onwards, it just gets longer and you may even stop halfway and start off on another book. On further note, I think a "