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To Die For: (2 Novels: Slumber Party & Weekend) Paperback – September 1, 2010
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Christopher Pike is a bestselling author of young adult and children's fiction who specializes in the thriller genre. He was born in New York but grew up in California where he still lives today. Christopher did factory work, painted houses and programmed computers before becoming a recognized author, with his first novel Slumber Party.
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From To Die For
"No," Dana said quickly, before Lara could speak. "No one else was hurt."
Dana pressed Lara with her eyes, shaking her head. The thought was mutual. Do not talk about it. Do not remember.
"No one else," Lara echoed weakly; not exactly a lie.
Nicole hadn't really been hurt. Nicole had died.
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Both stories are remarkably similar which leaves me to say that WEEKEND was my favorite. SLUMBER PARTY was a bit disjointed and in both stories the characters are so much the same I mixed them up on occasion.
The stories are about two sisters who aim to get back at a group of teenagers they once called friends. Both are about revenge gone wrong and both have similar endings. I liked WEEKEND more and thought it would make a stand-alone book with a little more depth and intrique.
All in all, it's mind candy with a moralistic bent. For myself I wouldn't buy the book and I thought about purchasing it for my grandson, but the novel just didn't work for me on that level either.
Reviewed by Louann Carroll, author of Gemini Rising, Journey's
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Written very well in typical Christopher Pike style.Read more