APRIL FOOLS

APRIL FOOLS

April Fools by Richie Tankersley Cusick   Spoiler-Free Review: April Fools features one of the best opening chapters I’ve read in my Point Horror reviews. It flies out of the gate with a very believable and terrifying car accident. I was immediately invested in...
THE MIDNIGHT CLUB

THE MIDNIGHT CLUB

The Midnight Club by Christopher Pike   Spoiler-Free Review: The Midnight Club marks the first time I’ve cried while reading a Christopher Pike book. I was expecting it to be sad based on the premise, but I didn’t expect to be so moved by it. It reminded me of...
DREAM DATE

DREAM DATE

Dream Date by Sinclair Smith   Spoiler-Free Review: Dream Date was stronger in concept than it was in execution. I really liked the ideas that Sinclair Smith was playing with here. There were some genuinely creepy moments, and there was even an example of a good...
TRICK OR TREAT

TRICK OR TREAT

Trick or Treat by Richie Tankersley Cusick   Spoiler-Free Review: Trick or Treat does a lot of things well. I enjoyed the way that Cucsick created a creepy atmosphere and played with the idea of houses holding on to trauma. There was a sense of foreboding from...
REMEMBER ME 2: THE RETURN

REMEMBER ME 2: THE RETURN

Remember Me 2: The Return by Christopher Pike Spoiler-Free Review: I’ll start out by saying that I have yet to give a negative review to a Christopher Pike book, so this will be my first. While Remember Me is rightfully celebrated as one of his best (and scariest)...
THE BABYSITTER II

THE BABYSITTER II

The Babysitter II by R.L Stine Spoiler-Free Review: The Babysitter II was a very middle-of-the-road sequel. The characters were solid and by far the strongest part overall. But for every element I liked, there was something of equal measure that I didn’t. The book had...