Thursday, August 13, 2015

The Lost Girl by R.L. Stine

I could not pass on the opportunity to read a R.L. Stine book, after all I can't count how many of his earlier works I read while in school. I was not familiar with the Fear Street novel series, so this served as my introduction to it. And let me tell you that I was not disappointed.

Without giving too much away, this story takes places in two different times, the modern day and the year 1950. As we turn the pages we come to realize how events that span half a century get connected, and how a young man named Michael will never be the same.

Full of suspense and plot twists, this story is in part about the consequences that come as a result of our actions, and how friendships are tested during extremely challenging situations. R.L. Stine proves that he can create vivid scenarios that are terrifying, but at the same time so realistic that you may feel that I can happen to you.

Finished on: August 13, 2015
Days reading: 3
My rating: 4/5

** I received a free copy of this book as an ARC by the author/publisher in exchange of a honest review.

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