Remember Me

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Pocket Books, 1989 - Juvenile Fiction - 230 pages
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Shari Cooper awoke after her girlfriend's birthday party to find that she had been murdered. Determined to find the killer, she sets out to spy on her friends and comes face to face with a nightmare from beyond the grave--a thing more horrible than death itself!

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One of the first Christopher Pike books I ever read. It was so good that I went on to read whatever I could find in whatever genre he wrote. As a teenager then, this made you relate with the characters and feel what they felt.

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I had a crush on Christopher Pike when I was in middle school and high school. I couldn't get enough of his books or his characters. So, I was a little apprehensive about picking up his work again ... Read full review

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About the author (1989)

Christopher Pike is the pseudonym of Kevin Christopher McFadden, one of America's most popular young adult fiction writers. He was born in Brooklyn, New York, on November 12, 1954, but grew up in Los Angeles, California. He took on various jobs before writing Slumber Party, Weekend, and Chain Letter, all of which became bestsellers. His other works include The Last Vampire series; the Final Friends trilogy; The Lost Mind; Witch; Whisper of Death; Alosha; The Yanti; Bury Me Deep; and Fall into Darkness. He also writes the children's series Spooksville and adult novels including Sati; The Season of Passage; The Listeners; The Cold One; The Blind Mirror and Falling.

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