Friday, 24 December 2010

Review - Fear Street Super Chillers: Silent Night


Fear Street Super Chillers: Silent Night
BY: R.L. Stine
PUBLISHED BY: Pocket Books
PUBLISHED IN: 1991
ISBN: 0-671-73822-4
Pages: 216
Ages: Young Adult
Reviewed by Billy Burgess

Reva Dalby is a pretty, spoiled, rich kid. She is spending her Christmas vacation working at her father’s department store. She is rude to the customers and the other works. She does not care about anyone but herself. In other words - she is a scrooge.

Pam Dalby, Reva’s cousin, and her friends, Clay and Mickey, is planning to rob the department store. They are only planning to take a few merchandise items. However, something goes terribly wrong with their plan. A security guard is killed and the money from the store’s vault is missing.

Now Reva is caught up in the mystery.

Silent Night has two main characters that it flips back and forth from. Reva is a perfect example of a true-life-scrooge; Pam is the perfect example of someone who hangs out with the wrong crowd. The murder mystery plot is cleverly written and you do not know who the actually killer is until the ending. Overall, this is a great book to read.

1 comment:

  1. I LOVED this book when I was younger! This and the Cheerleaders series were my favorites!

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