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House of Whispers (Fear Street Sagas #2)

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Welcome to the house of Fear.

The dark power of the Fear family consumes all those connected with it, The Fears. Those they love--and hate. The entire town of Shadyside. All are tainted forever by the evil of the family's curse. No one can escape.

Amy Pierce knows nothing of the terrifying Fear history when she arrives for a visit with Simon and Angelica Fear. Their New Orle
Paperback, 149 pages
Published June 1st 1996 by Simon Pulse (first published 1996)
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Fen Fen
This book was Just Okay in my opinion. Just the same typical stories like any other Fear Streer Sagas Series : old creepy mansion, cruel fear family, cruel witches & protagonist innocent girl. This book tells about Amy that sent into Angelica Fear mansion because of her family condition...first, Angelica seems to be trust..but day by day..Amy faces any strange & horrific things happened in front of her eyes. One by one people that close to Angelica is died in very horrific way, and yeah. ...more
Patricia (Patricia's Particularity)
Amy Pierce is sent to stay with her cousin, Angelica Fear, and her children while Amy's mother is taking care of her father from being wounded in war. Amy has heard some rumors about the Fear family and their involvement in the dark arts. But Amy refuses to believe in idle gossip... but things change the moment she walks across the threshold of the Fear Mansion. Right away Amy feels something is not right, confirmed when her cousin shows her a pack of tarot cards, which literally call to her! Fo ...more
Amy Pierce terpaksa harus pindah kerumah Bibinya karena Ibunya harus merawat ayahnya yang menjadi korban perang. Sebenarnya Amy enggan untuk tinggal dirumah bibinya ditempat keluarga Fear, karena ia sering mendengar desas-desus kalau Simon dan Angelica (bibinya) menganut ilmu hitam.
Awalnya Amy berusaha tidak menaruh curiga pada bibinya, namun hingga ia melihat 3 kematian terjadi. Amy dalam bahaya ia harus keluar dari rumah keluarga Fear.
Tegang deh bacanya >,< seruuu dan aku suka endingnya
Read this as a teen, and loved the story, even though I think it gave me bad dreams. I've always been a sucker for a good scary/horror story. This one was well thought, I loved the idea of a little tornado of souls lurking around at night.
Une histoire bien pensée, j'ai beaucoup aimé l'idée d'une colonne d'âmes qui errent dans les couloirs une fois la nuit tombée.
I love this series! This is the 2nd in a long series that is very captivating and holds the reader's attention throughout the entire series! Love it! It's a quick read that can be done in a day!
Cynthia Ha
It was awsome. The story of the book was scary and you need to find out whether Amy can survive in the Fear's family!!!!!!
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! :)
I read this book while in middle school. I was a HUGE R.L. Stine fan and like most of his other books, I couldn't put it down.
Christina Fisher
I have no idea why I love this book so much, but I think it's because it's one of the few books that have actually scared me.
appearances can be deceiving and ur nearest ones can be evil!
Richard Blanchard
Not a fun house to stay in! My heart sank!
I don't really know what's gonna happen though
Angelica I think her name is she was crazy.
☼☼Khloe☼☼~*~Thirteenth Step~*~
I LOVE THIS BOOK! It's the best!
Really creepy... But really good.
#2 in the Fear Street Saga Series.
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