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  • Stine has ever written which quite deviates from the usual weird and creepy novels he writes as this book has some science fiction / mystery effect in my opinion

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      This book was one of my first R. L. Stine books and I had no regrets buying this one.

      This is one of the few books that R. L.

      Stine has ever written which quite deviates from the usual weird and creepy novels he writes as this book has some science fiction / mystery effect in my opinion. The plot is all about this girl named Melissa and she keeps having nightmares and always getting scared that a night prowler is in her room.

      There’s been an outbreak of robberies in the Fear Street neighborhood


      and her father now keeps a loaded gun in his bedroom just to make sure Melissa doesn’t get hurt. Melissa now feels a haunting feeling and whenever she drives, the steering wheel just turns on it’s own and during her birthday, her presents are all ripped out and destroyed; even just by herself in the room it’s like there’s someone pushing her out the bedroom window and she thinks she’s gone crazy and even her boyfriend doubts her now.

      Little does she know that the forces that are doing this is actually a ...


      • ghost named Paul, and she tries to communicate with Paul and he wants to know why Melissa killed him but Melissa hasn’t the slightest idea what he’s talking about. Paul explains that he is a ghost and that Melissa killed him – the story is true but it exactly hasn’t happened yet, so the Paul ghost and Melissa try to find the live Paul and prevent Paul from really dying.

        It’s really an upsetting and exciting story as the live Paul is the night prowler and he gets into serious trouble, and when

        he sees Melissa and Melissa only protecting herself from first getting raped and then secondly from being killed, Melissa has no choice but to defend herself and kills the live Paul in the end. This isn’t your normal R.

        L. Stine story and it’s actually a good one compared to the weird novels he writes.

        It’s very exciting and related to past and future situations, so you won’t really know what happens. I rate this a 9 out of 10 and it’s one of Stine’s novels I really liked which totally deviates from 100% weirdness in his other novels.




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