CHEERLEADERS: THE SECOND EVIL

CHEERLEADERS: THE SECOND EVIL

Fear Street Cheerleaders #2: The Second Evil     Spoiler-Free Review The Second Evil picks up a few months after The First Evil, with the Cheerleaders being divided on whether or not the evil spirit is still with them. With two of the biggest characters from the first...
CHEERLEADERS: THE FIRST EVIL

CHEERLEADERS: THE FIRST EVIL

Fear Street Cheerleaders #1: The First Evil     Spoiler-Free Review This was the first of the Fear Street trilogies, and is one of the most iconic of the entire series. There was as much petty high school drama as there was murder, which is the best thing about Fear...
THE WRONG NUMBER

THE WRONG NUMBER

Fear Street #5: The Wrong Number     Spoiler-Free Review I enjoyed this one more than I thought I would. It’s one of those plots that wouldn’t really work in the present, which is part of the nostalgic charm in re-reading this series. The cover is iconic. The...
GOODNIGHT KISS

GOODNIGHT KISS

Fear Street Super Chiller #3: Goodnight Kiss        Spoiler-Free Review I recall enjoying both of the Goodnight Kiss books as a kid, but I can’t say that they hold up more than twenty years later. The most frustrating part was how it seemed to stuff in every known...
THE NEW GIRL

THE NEW GIRL

Fear Street #1: The New Girl   Spoiler-Free Review This book ended up being quite different than I expected. The ghostly cover and the creepy prologue had me hoping for something supernatural, but that’s not how things panned out. The plot was largely driven by the...
SILENT NIGHT

SILENT NIGHT

Fear Street Super Chiller #2: Silent Night   Spoiler-Free Review Silent Night was an enjoyable and surprisingly complex read. Reva Dalby is a really fun character to hate, her cousin Pam serves as the real protagonist, and the who-done-it mystery kept me guessing...