The Confession (Fear Street #38)
Julie's friends couldn't stand Al. In fact, they all wished Al were dead. But that doesn't mean one of them killed him. Julie knows her friends. She knows they're innocent...until one of them confesses to the murder.
Julie and her friends make a pact to keep the killer's secret. They're sure it was a one-time thing. It w ...more
Not enough action- Aside from a murder, most scares consist of characters looming menacingly or making threats and I don't mind it since it's fitting to the plot but I do wish the book has more actions; it could ...more
This was a fairly short book. It centers around a group of friends who start to get harassed and blackmailed by a former friend turned bad. One night he is found strangled to death in an alley way. When the group gathers again out of shock at what happened to their former friend one reveals that it was they that killed h ...more
If you like horror and mystery than this book is superman! This book is horror mystery as explained earlier and it combines the two in such a way that it builds up tension. In my opinion this book is awesome for people who like to dive in a new feel of a story.
The story stars out by telling you if a friend has ever told you We have to talk or I have a confession to make and is fallowed by there friend Al being...more
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This was an okay book. It definitely isn’t one of the better ones in the series. Especially in regards to the narration. Unlike most of the books that are narrated in third person, there’s some slippage of first person into this book. Perhaps if Julie was a better developed character, this kind of narration would have worked. But as with all of these books, the stories are far too short for those kind of characters.
I was annoyed by Julie constant ...more
Anyway, back to the book. It was very well written! Then again to me, everything R.L. Stine writes is truly amazing.
That twist caught me off guard for sure and the end, I just kinda sat there like "seriously?" haha I could see it all in my head. Awesome 5 stars! ...more
In this book the main character Julie is faced with a mystery. Who killed her old/ex friend Al? Julie and her group of friends are all suspects. Sandy, Taylor, Hillary, and Vincent. Julie has all the pressure on her after finding Al's dead body with roller-skate laces choking him in an alley on the way home from skating one night.
Al had ...more
The Confession is a horror mystery book this story takes place on Fear Street, located close to Shadyside High School. The story occurs in May, the middle of spring. The neighborhood reminded me of a small town where everyone knows everyone’s business. The story has the 21st century feel due to the customs and the way the people behave. Stine did an exquisite job in the area of describing the surroundings. I felt as if I could hear Al begging for money in Julie’s house. I ...more
Al was murdered and the murderer was shockingly Sandy, the nice guy of the gang. The rest of the gang started to be cautious around Sandy and it turns out that it was Taylor, Sandy's girlfriend, who has killed Al.
R. L. Stine b ...more