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The Night Walker (Nightmare Hall #9)

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A sleepwalking student fears she may be terrorizing her university
The Spring Fling formal is the most important event on Salem University’s social calendar: a night when the entire school comes together to show off dresses, dance moves, and dates. But this year, just as the party is getting started, the stench of rotten eggs washes over the crowd. In the rush to escape the...more
ebook, 198 pages
Published March 27th 2012 by Open Road Media YA (first published 1994)
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Shalet Jimmy


Quinn Hadley is a sleep walker. She has done it twice when she came to the Salem university. Nobody except her roomie knows about it. But things takes a bad turn when someone wreaks havoc in the university, sometimes by exploding a stinking bomb and by attacking the couples at other times. The attacking episodes seemed no end. Quinn Hadley was apprehensive by the sudden turn of events, but her apprehensions turns into nightmares when every evidences points that the culprit is nobody but her. Loo...more
Susan
Surprisingly well-done story, if a bit repetitious once in awhile. I felt the atmosphere of the story and how the characters involved related to the events. For an older book, this one was pretty interesting and didn't necessarily project any kind of message to the reader, and that is sometimes nice to read a story just for the sake of entertainment, not enlightment.
Sam
An enjoyable addition to the point horror collection, this is a good gory addition to the series and will certaintly having you double locking every door and window in your house before you go to bed
Stacy Simpson
There was not alot to this book the charachter was boring....The killer was not given enough info and life hands down another disappointment.
Nattie
One of the best in the series, but as usual, the main character does questionable things when a psycho is on the loose.
Michelle
A childhood favorite of mine.
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Diane Hoh is the author of fifty-seven novels for young adults. She grew up in Warren, Pennsylvania but currently resides in Austin, Texas. Reading and writing are her favorite things, also gardening and grandchildren.
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