The Wrong Number

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Simon and Schuster, Mar 1, 1990 - Juvenile Fiction - 176 pages
26 Reviews
It begins as an innocent prank, when Deena Martinson and her best friend Jade Smith make sexy phone calls to the boys from school. But Deena's half-brother Chuck catches them in the act and threatens to tell their parents, unless the girls let him in on the fun. Chuck begins making random calls, threatening anyone who answers. It's dangerous and exciting. They even enjoying the publicity and the uproar they've caused. Until Chuck calls a number on Fear Street.
 

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Review: The Wrong Number (Fear Street #5)

User Review  - Jonathan Contreras - Goodreads

This is one of my favorite Fear Street books. Why? Because of how RL Stine created the main characters. He made them like they were actual real. Suspense is not the USP (unique selling point)of this ... Read full review

Review: The Wrong Number (Fear Street #5)

User Review  - Windy Teha - Goodreads

I've always enjoy Stine's books but i never think they're special. His books are a light read and would be a pretty fun read and more suitable for a youngin' especially if they're just starting to ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
12
Section 2
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Section 3
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Section 4
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Section 5
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Section 6
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Section 7
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Section 8
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Section 14
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Section 15
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Section 16
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Section 17
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Section 18
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Section 19
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Section 20
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Section 21
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Section 9
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Section 10
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Section 11
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Section 12
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Section 13
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Section 22
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Section 23
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Section 24
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R.L. Stine invented the teen horror genre with Fear Street, the bestselling teen horror series of all time. He also changed the face of children’s publishing with the mega-successful Goosebumps series, which Guinness World Records cites as the Bestselling Children’s Books ever, and went on to become a worldwide multimedia phenomenon. He lives in New York City with his wife, Jane, and their dog, Nadine.

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