FEAR STREET SAGA: THE BURNING

FEAR STREET SAGA: THE BURNING

Fear Street Saga #3: The Burning   Spoiler-Free Review The Burning brought the epic Fear Street Saga to a fiery conclusion, and I was not disappointed. The Secret had started getting a bit repetitive with its “love at first sight” narratives and...
FEAR STREET SAGA: THE SECRET

FEAR STREET SAGA: THE SECRET

Fear Street Saga #2: The Secret   Spoiler-Free Review The Secret continues the bloody rampage of the Fier family curse into a new century, but it starts to suffer from some classic middle-book problems. In fact, the 100-year jump in the middle of the book made it...
FEAR STREET SAGA: THE BETRAYAL

FEAR STREET SAGA: THE BETRAYAL

Fear Street Saga #1: The Betrayal   Spoiler-Free Review The Fear Street Saga really leveled up the Fear Street franchise as a whole. It gave the town of Shadyside a depth that it didn’t have before, and used the historical setting of colonial America to its...
THE BABYSITTER

THE BABYSITTER

The Babysitter by R.L. Stine Spoiler-Free Review: The Babysitter remains one of R.L. Stine’s most notorious books outside of his Goosebumps and Fear Street titles, and rightly so. Jenny was a relatable and endearing protagonist. Stine did an excellent job with the...
THE SCARECROW WALKS AT MIDNIGHT

THE SCARECROW WALKS AT MIDNIGHT

Goosebumps #20: The Scarecrow Walks at Midnight Spoiler-Free Review This was a mixed bag overall. The book started out strong with a great creepy atmosphere, but never really took off in a way that was remarkable or interesting. I wanted the scarecrows to do more than...