A New Fear

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Simon Pulse, 1996 - Juvenile Fiction - 176 pages
21 Reviews
The Fear name brings fortune...and doom.

The dark power of the Fear family consumes all those connected with it. The Fears. Those they love -- and hate. The entire town of Shadyside. All are tainted forever by the evil of the family's curse.

No one can escape.

Nora Goode and Daniel Fear hoped to end the curse of the Fear family. But on their wedding day, a horrible fire swept through the Fear mansion, taking the life of every member of the doomed family.

Except one. A new Fear. The child of Nora and Daniel. Will he be able to live his life untouched by the evil of his family? Or will the dark forces claim yet another Fear for their own?

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Review: A New Fear (Fear Street Sagas #1)

User Review  - Mark - Goodreads

It's been since 1995 the last time I read anything by RL Stine and I figured I'd give him a read again to bring back some memories of my childhood horror days. I must say I was surprised at how good ... Read full review

Review: A New Fear (Fear Street Sagas #1)

User Review  - Lilly Zheng - Goodreads

RL Stine is an amazing author who creates a whole new world for readers. His story is written with multiple techniques to allow the reader to imagine and feel at the same time. His stories are also ... Read full review

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About the author (1996)

"Where do you get your ideas?"

That's the question that R.L. Stine is asked most often. "I don't know where my ideas come from," he says. "But I do know that I have a lot more scary stories in my mind that I can't wait to write."

So far, he has written nearly five dozen mysteries and thrillers for young people, all of them bestsellers.

Bob grew up in Columbus, Ohio. Today he lives in an apartment near Central Park in New York City with his wife, Jane, and son, Matt.