FEAR STREET -- WHERE YOUR WORST NIGHTMARES LIVE...
The new girl is as pale as a ghost, blond, and eerily beautiful -- and she seems to need him as much as he wants her. Cory Brooks hungers for Anna Corwin's kisses, drowns in her light blue eyes. He can't get her out of his mind. He has been loosing sleep, ditching his friends...and everyone has noticed.
Then as suddenly as she came to Shadyside High, Anna disappears. To find a cure for his obsession, Cory must go to Anna's house on Fear Street -- no matter what the consequences.
Anna may be the love of his life...but finding out her secret might mean his death.
In the first of the Fear Street series, Corey falls in love with Anna, the new girl at school. The only problem is that he can't tell if she's real--most of his friends have never seen her on campus, and she's not listed in the school's files. When he calls her family's home they are strange and evasive. In desperation, Corey goes to Anna's house --located on infamous Fear Street--and there a man tells Corey that Anna is dead. But a few nights later, Anna calls him and asks him to meet her. Anna's passionate kisses convince Corey that his love object is alive and kicking. The rest of this novel follows the same tedious pattern: each of Corey's torrid encounters with Anna is accompanied by several supposedly eerie incidents. Something strange is going on, but it is unlikely that readers will have the interest or stamina to stay with the mystery until it is resolved. Stine fans will have to hope that the rest of the Fear Street series proves a lot more fearsome than this tame offering. Ages 11-14.
Thriller No. 1
Great book. All of R.L Stines books are so amazing, aren't they? I love them all!
Being attracted to the new girl can be deadly!
Here it is, the first book in R.L. Stine’s classic series! And it’s a great book, too! Stine really shows his ambition for trying to make Fear Street a really creepy and exciting series with strong descriptions, compelling characters, and clever plotting that includes some frightening and unexpected twists. If you want to read the first nightmare that gave readers a chance to explore Fear Street, say hi to The New Girl! Just don’t try to date her; she’s not feeling too lively!
I love it !
I love the part it said on the first page.