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Halloween Party (Fear Street) Library Binding – August 11, 2008
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During the party, people were hurt, and maybe even killed. Some people noticed that there was a killer running loose in the house! People started panicking, but didn't want to tell anyone because no one knew who the killer was.
I liked this book because it was a mystery until the end. Also, I enjoy scary stories. The best part was when the lights went out during the party. As I was reading the book, I felt like I was at the party. Also, I felt like I was in the room when the fire was lit. At the end, when the story got scary, I felt scared too. I've read a lot of books written by R.L. Stine. I think this was the scariest one too. I'm planning on reading more.
Did I keep you in suspense? If I did, then you will want to read the book to find out what happens next.
Last Christmas, I received Halloween Party by R.L Stine, which is part of the Fear Street series, which I have always wondered why none of the books have every been made into a cheap horror movie or a low-rated CW series. I've never read the book before and was memorized by the snappy new cover design from the Simon Pulse release. There's something about a jack-o-lantern that gives me the creeps. I tossed the book on the coffee table and had forgotten about it until last month when I was planning the 13 Days of Halloween posts. I thought it would be a perfect time to read it.
The Halloween Party is about a teen, Terry Ryan, who, along with his girlfriend, Niki Meyer (Michael Meyers? A Coincidence? Why is there always someone with the last name Meyer or Meyers in a horror novel?) has been invited, along with a selected number of guests, to the Halloween Party of Justine, a new student to Shadyside High with a mysterious past. The party is being held at the old Cameron Mansion on Fear Street, beyond the cemetery. The mansion is said to be haunted!
This is not your typical party as all Justine wants to do is play wicked, cruel games to embarrass her fellow students.Read more ›
this is the book for you. i think it is quite a page turner a real edge of your seat thriller.
this book will keep you right on guessing till the end even I was surprised to find out WHO the killer was. this book is the best i diffently recomend you to read this one first if your a first time fear street reader.
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