Thursday, 26 August 2010

Review - Fear Street Super Chiller: The New Year's Party

The New Year's Party (Fear Street Super Chillers, No. 9)Fear Street Super Chiller: The New Year’s Party
By: R.L. Stine
PUBLISHED BY: Parachute Press, Inc.
PUBLISHED IN: 1995
ISBN: 0-671-89425-0
Pages: 193

The book starts out in the early morning hours of 1965, two teen siblings, Jeremy and Beth, are killed in a car accident. The book then skips to the present day where Reenie Baker starts dating P.J., the new shy kid. Reenie also makes friends with the new girl in town, Liz.

At a Christmas party, a terrible prank goes wrong. Reenie and her friends believe that P.J. has died of a bad heart. They soon discover that his body is missing. Is P.J. still alive, or is someone out for revenge from the grave?

“The New Year’s Party,” is a fun read, but it does have some violence in it. Just like real life, the teens in this book can be cruel to others, but R.L. Stine throws in a supernatural twist towards the end. If you’re looking for a good thriller, check this book out.

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