Fear: 13 Stories of Suspense and Horror

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R.L. Stine
Penguin, Sep 2, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 224 pages
8 Reviews
Turn the pages if you dare. . . .In this collection of thirteen fabulously chilling stories from thirteen true masters of suspense, including five New York Times bestsellers and a number of Edgar Award nominees, all edited by none other than R. L. Stine, nothing is what it seems. From cannibalistic children, to an unwitting date with a vampire, to a crush on a boy who just might be a werewolf, no scary stone is left unturned. A must-have for all fans of the genre!
 

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Review: Fear: 13 Stories of Suspense and Horror

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I like Suckers, Ray Gun and The Night Hunter. Just hoping if the author could write like a sequel or something. Read full review

Review: Fear: 13 Stories of Suspense and Horror

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Most of the stories in this collection are mediocre, and a couple of the big names (Meg Cabot and Heather Graham) are clearly phoning it in. But there is one story called "Dragonfly Eyes" by Alane Ferguson, that is a beautifully written experience that will make you cry! Read full review

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Contents

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TWO
THREE
FOUR
RL STINE
SUZANNE WEYN
PEG KEHRET
RYAN BROWN
WALTER SORRELLS
TIM MALEENY
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R. L. Stine is widely considered the king of children's horror writing. The author of such popular series as Goosebumps and Fear Street, he has sold over 400 million books worldwide. He lives with his family in New York City.

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