SKI WEEKEND

SKI WEEKEND

Fear Street #10: Ski Weekend Spoiler-Free Review Ski Weekend was a solid thriller that made good use of its characters and setting. I liked Ariel as a protagonist. She had some Nancy Drew vibes when it came to seeing through some (but not all) of the bullshit around...
THE STEPSISTER

THE STEPSISTER

Fear Street #9: The Stepsister Spoiler-Free Review The Stepsister was a twisted one. I figured out the big plot twist about a third of the way in, but I still enjoyed seeing it unravel. I think part of that is just me getting better at Stine’s particular use of...
SILENT NIGHT 2

SILENT NIGHT 2

Fear Street Super Chiller #5: Silent Night 2   Spoiler-Free Review I was a fan of the first Silent Night, but the sequel was a bit of a letdown. I was annoyed that Reva simply went back to being terrible. It would have been more compelling if she tried really hard to...
THE HALLOWEEN PARTY

THE HALLOWEEN PARTY

Fear Street #8: The Halloween Party Spoiler-Free Review The Halloween Party had a few scary scenes and a compelling main character in Niki, but it ended up being too convoluted for its own good. It was refreshing to have good representation of characters with...
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...