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The Loudest Scream (Fear Park #2)

3.92  ·  Rating Details ·  277 Ratings  ·  17 Reviews
Something is very wrong at Fear Park. People keep getting hurt - or killed.
Paperback, 149 pages
Published September 1st 1996 by Simon Pulse (first published January 1st 1996)
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Jul 09, 2012 kylajaclyn rated it liked it
Moral of the Story: Purple smoke is bad news (Sorry, Prince).

Body Count: Quite a lot... Gunther, 12 in the Hall of Mirrors, and Jared with his three friends

The Usual Suspects: Robin Fear, Jared (framed)

The Actual Suspects: See above

Gaping Plot Holes: None, really, but it does bother me that RL Stine uses the term "immortal" when Robin Fear would have still been alive in the 1990s most likely... he just would have been 70 instead of 16. Also how when his face decays they say that it's all rotting
Nov 23, 2014 Donna rated it really liked it
How did we end up here

I have a need for cheese that requires regular feeding. Plus there’s something about these old school YA horror novels that really tickle my fancy and I can’t get enough of them. And I collect them. So . . .

Okay, book. You've got 50 pages. Go!

Fifty pages is nearly half the book in this case so I would be in it to win it regardless. Thankfully it’s not a total book of torture and fits nicely into Stine’s cheesy repertoire. What the blurb above doesn’t tell you is WHY it’s a
I really wish that it was explained better why (view spoiler)
Mar 29, 2014 Reagan rated it liked it
Hmmmm.... a little too dumb for my liking.
May 28, 2014 Shelley rated it liked it
Shelves: books-i-own
Not as good as the first...
Jan 24, 2012 Drucilla rated it liked it
Shelves: fear-street
Middle books in trilogies have a big job to do. They have to keep the action going and the reader interested enough to read the final book. This book does a good job of that. The reader has some questions answered that were left over from the first book and there's a good deal more violence. It also introduces a mystery person. I have to say, though, having a wildlife park with the amusement park is really weird.
Jan 10, 2016 Jessie rated it really liked it
Don't judge this book off of my rating. This is the only book in the trilogy my library had so I can't really say if it is good or bad. Three stars are my rating on most of R.L. Stine's books so I figured that was a safe amount.
Ali Hassan
Jul 20, 2015 Ali Hassan rated it it was amazing
This Fear Street is one of my kind full of twists and turns. I'm unable to get the first and last part of this trilogy. So someone please give me the remaining parts at least The last part.
Feb 17, 2011 Ellie rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorite, horror
this book is really scary. I seriously don't recommend this for kids unless they have read books where someone good has gotten their head slashed off when they didn't do anything wrong.
Andd Becker
Feb 22, 2013 Andd Becker rated it really liked it
The second book in the Fear Park trilogy features a psychopath parading as a nice guy. The reader wants to jump in and warn the guileless girl-protagonist to stay away from Mr. Nice Guy.
Dec 10, 2013 Amanda rated it liked it
This was a quick read, and not a huge standout. Definitely a bit of fun nostalgia, but if someone asked me what it was about a couple weeks from now, I doubt I'd remember.
Ashley Marsilio
Nov 14, 2013 Ashley Marsilio rated it liked it
Shelves: 9th-grade-books
this book was very intence at some times. it was a good thriller/mysterey book. i would recamend this book to someone a little younger then my self because of the suspence!
Jul 25, 2011 Brittany rated it liked it
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.
Jun 09, 2010 Sahar rated it liked it
it was a good book but not as good as some of other R.L Stine books!
Jun 30, 2013 Kathleen rated it it was amazing
Good sequel! Thrilled what happens in the next part...
White Witch
Nov 15, 2010 White Witch rated it really liked it
Dierdre is soo innocent/navie!!
May 27, 2013 Catomao rated it it was amazing
amazing like the first one!!
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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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