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Posted March 26, 2009
© Fear Street Nights: Midnight Games
Erica Stenstroem #35
The novel Midnight Games by R.L Stine was so hard to put down. It grabbed me into the book and the details were so clear. When I was read this at night, it really scared me, because the author wrote so vividly and imaginatively. This book talks about a girl named Dana Fear that moves in with her cousin and faces all these problems and accusations. During this novel, she feels very left out and all she needed was a friend to talk about everything but she couldn't even have that one thing.
Dana Fear was a girl that moved in with her cousin because she had problems in her own family. Although the two cousins were enemies in the past, somehow, Jamie welcomed her into family. Through this novel, Dana faces all the problems that lead to being accused of being a murderer, a fraud, and a horrible friend. Although Dana knew the truth, she couldn't get past all those angry faces of her friends' families. She has some welcoming arms of her cousin Jamie and her "close friend that's a boy"; Nate, but soon or later, they all turn her down. At one point, all fingers point to Dana Fear; the girl who lives on Fear Street. "Just because I'm a Fear doesn't mean I'm cursed," but the others think differently JUST because she was a descendant of Angelica Fear. Angelica Fear wanted to live forever and used witchcraft to curse people. "Everything happened because you were a FEAR DANA," "It's all because of you." One night, she sees her only best friend; her cousin Jamie, doing something mystical in her room. And when Jamie turns around she sees.
This novel was very simple and easy to read and anyone from age 10 should try reading it. When I read this novel, the time just flew by. I couldn't put the book down and I really recommend this book to anyone that loves suspense and horror. It would really be a great way to just get rid of any spare time you have.
Posted February 8, 2008
this book was totally asome i couldn't put it down especilly the ending to be continued.... all of my friends want to read it and they all love it all three books are greatWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 11, 2006
This is the second book in the new Fear Street Nights triology, and I loved it! This new series is fresh and up to date with our times. It is also very scary and clever. I couldn't put it down!!! If you are a fan of the series, than you must read these new books!! They are awesome!!!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted July 7, 2005
well all I have to say is that this book was better than the first one I cant wait till the thrid one comes out I bet its going to be great. I did not give it a five because I already knew the ending but it was definatly scary. For those of you who dont read a-lot of R.L.Stine books I bet you wont guess the ending. This book was great and at the very end it really spooked me out.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 21, 2009
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