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  • Party games

    I love this book!It is a awesome book!I was so exited to get this book!It is so scary!I wish I could buy all of these Fear Street book's.

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  • Amazing...horrifying

    Im a big fan if R.L. Stine ad this is one of my favorite books from him!! Praise to him for being an amazing horror writer

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  • Mix feelings for this one

    In all honesty, and I'm not saying this to be rude and no authors are ever harmed in my reviews, but with the new Fear Street books that are coming out I feel like Mr. Stine has lost his touch compared to the adrenaline rush, sitting on the edge of your seat, chills going up your spines thriller/horror they used to be. Yes, there was one moment where I was crept out but it was only because I was home alone and it's close to midnight. But when the sun is high up in the sky, it has no effect on me like his original work had. I loved it that no matter what time of day, Mr. Stine's words would get under my skin. With this book, not so much. In these new books I also feel no connection to the characters. Yes, we get details of who they are but I just don't care. I just don't feel that connection, I just feel like I'm floating above when things aren't happening. Oh and that small dose of romance, yeah, wasn't feeling it either. Now the writing was great, the details were there, but I feel like his grasp just can't reach and shove it over the edge to make this story a horror. It's like he's so close but I feel like he's holding back. And that twist at the end of part three, sooo lame! (oh, and his new books are written in four parts. Don't know when he changed to that style). Sorry for these slight spoilers coming up....Like I guess it could be a good twist but by the time I got to the end of the book and nobody died, sooo lame. And sorry to those who saw that 1980's "horror" movie Aprils Fools, the ending in that was the big 'ole twist in this one. Sigh, something is just missing...... End of slight spoilers......Oh, and why bring certain things into the story when it just feels like you left them hanging. I get those things are supposed to bring the creepy factor to us but for me they just felt out of place. And if the reason was just so the main character can tell her friend, who's a Fear by the way, that his house is haunted I'm sure he already knows, even though he acts like it's not. Overall I've got some serious mix feelings about this book. I liked it but at the same time it wasn't scary and it just felt off to me. Like he would take a step towards it being twisted into a real horror scene but then the next page he would wash it all away and take three steps back which didn't satisfy me one bit. The only thing that reminded me of his original work in this book and what gave me high hopes, was when in the beginning Rachel found a dead animal under her bed sheets as she was climbing into bed.

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  • Cheap horror faff.

    I loved Stine’s writing when I was a teen but reading this newer instalment feels like revisiting your childhood hometown and finding that everything’s been built over. There is a vaguely familiar pace to the writing but otherwise it’s unrecognisable - no depth, cheap thrills, and at times outright boring. Disappointing!

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