Christopher Pike is a bestselling author of young adult novels. The Thirst series, The Secret of Ka, and the Remember Me and Alosha trilogies are some of his favorite titles. He is also the author of several adult novels, including Sati and The Season of Passage. Thirst and Alosha are slated to be released as feature films. Pike currently lives in Santa Barbara, where it is rumored he never leaves his house. But he can be found online at Facebook.com/ChristopherPikeBooks.
Chain Letter: Chain Letter; The Ancient Evilby Christopher Pike
When Alison first got the chain letter signed “Your Caretaker,” she thought it was a sick joke. But then it became clear that someone, somewhere knows about that awful night when she and six friends/b>/i>
Two favorite thrillers from #1 New York Times bestselling author Christopher Pike are now available in one bone-chilling collection.
When Alison first got the chain letter signed “Your Caretaker,” she thought it was a sick joke. But then it became clear that someone, somewhere knows about that awful night when she and six friends committed an unthinkable crime. And now that person is determined to make them pay.
One by the one, the chain letter comes to each of them, demanding dangerous, impossible deeds. No one wants to believe that this nightmare is really happening, but then the accidents start. And the deaths.
Finding the truth behind the stalker’s identity seems to be the only option, but even that might not be enough. The Caretaker has a prodigy who is even more frightening than the first, and this time he wants more than retribution. He’s out for blood.
- Simon Pulse
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- 14 Years
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Had nightmeres but was a good book!
This is an amazing book but it came out in the 80s they just changed the cover same with thirst exept thist was origanaly called the last vampire
I read this book thinking it would be a thriller, which it was, but after finishing it, I feel like I've opened myself up to the Satanic world. Would not recommend. Entertainment factor? Yes. Worth it? No