Carlos Ruiz Zafon's adult fiction novels are among my favorites, so when I learned his children's series had been translated into English, I had to check it out. Prince of Mist is a ghost-story featuring the three Carver children who have just moved into a new home where the owners son died under mysterious circumstances. With the help of a local kid, the Carvers set about to uncover the secrets of the spooky hauntings. This book was definitely suspenseful, and the main character (a young boy by the name of Max) was quite likeable. I have never read the Goosebump series which I think is supposed to be quite frightening, but I don't know if I would allow someone younger than high school to read this. I thought it was incredibly creepy - but I do have a low tolerance for the paranormal. I want to read hte next in the series, as I like the author, but not if it's another ghost story!