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The Evil Lives! (Fear Street Super Chiller #13)

3.88 of 5 stars 3.88  ·  rating details  ·  506 ratings  ·  16 reviews
Everyone at Shadyside High remembers when Corky Corcoran destroyed the evil spirit. The evil that attacked the cheerleaders. No one expected the evil to come back. No one knew that there was only one way to defeat it forever. No one knew that the answer lay hidden in Sarah Fear's grave.
Paperback, 167 pages
Published January 1st 1998 by Pocket Books
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36th out of 53 books — 92 voters
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Veronica Morfi
Rating: 4/5

This is the fifth book that deals with Shadyside's Cheerleaders and The Evil. This one is separate from the others. The story takes places a few years after Corky and her friends face the Evil in the first 4 books, also the main character is another student of Shadyside and yes, another cheerleader.

One day, after practice, Amanda, the cheerleading captain, finds a wooden box in her new locker that belonged to Corky and warns people about the Evil. Inside the box Corcky had left a let
I thought this book was going to pull off a two star rating, but in the very last possible moment it did something that forced me to give it one star. This Cheerleaders book has different characters than the previous ones, but I was okay with that. I was even ok with the warning note Corky left, but I wasn't ok with (view spoiler) That was soooooo stupid! It's so obvious that this is a writer's convienence, it's not even funny! I liked ...more
Normally R.L. Stine books are really good and a fun read. However, this one was all of those things, but it fell a little short for me. I loved the characters and the story line. They were perfect for this kind of story line and the story line it's self was a good old fashion scare. The part that fell short for me that it started to become a little rediculous when the second victim died. Then it started to get good again. It got good again when the story picked up and explained where the evil ca ...more
Michal Beth
I thought that, this being the last book and all, R.L. Stine pulled out the big guns in this book. This book brought time travel, seances and Evil that you cant even imagine would happen. I think that even though he made the main character, Amanda, look crazy for the most part I still think that this book was really well written and I also think that if I were to write a book I want it to be a lot like this one because this book focused on more then just ghosts and all that junk. It brought in t ...more
A fun end to the cheerleaders saga, this got an extra star from me because of the twist in the last paragraph, which left me grinning from ear to ear.
This is a great ending to the Cheerleaders story arc. It's still not stellar writing by any means, but it was a lot better than the first three books.
Marion Kuehne
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Amanda is the captain of her cheerleader team. She and her teammates find a box, and a letter tells them to destroy the box when they're done with the letter, and it also contains directions on how to call up the spirit. Amanda tells them not to, and in the end, a couple of people die, and Amanda unlocks a deadly secret. The end has a good turn, but people have to read it to find out!
Amanda Hendsbee
As young adult horror goes, this book is actually quite creepy. More so, in fact, than some of the more "mature" horror books I've read. I've liked R.L. Stine since I was a kid, but this is probably one of my favorites of his.
I like fear street books
Dec 20, 2013 Irene marked it as to-read
I begin looking for this book! I've read the collection of cheerleaders and now to finish it I need this one.
I was a huge R.L. Stine fan in my early teens! I loved all the fear street books! They are what got me into reading again! :)
Jonathan Askenazi
A book that is hard to put down! loved it!
Elizabeth Nesbit-comer
Killing cheerleaders. My kind of book
very good book
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Robert Lawrence Stine known as R. L. Stine and Jovial Bob Stine, is an American novelist and writer, well known for targeting younger audiences. Stine, who is often called the Stephen King of children's literature, is the author of dozens of popular horror fiction novellas, including the books in the Goosebumps, Rotten School, Mostly Ghostly, The Nightmare Room and Fear Street series.

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Fear Street Super Chiller (1 - 10 of 13 books)
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