Twisted (Point Horror, #2)
Abby would do anything to be in the school's most exclusive sorority. And now she's got the chance.
Because the sorority sisters have asked her to join them.
All Abby has to do is get through the initiation.
That might be a problem.
Because this year, the initiation is going to be....
After Abby attends a pledge meeting, Andrea, the president of the Tri Gams, says that when they become members they should be members for life. So, to make sure they will be loyal to the Tri Gams for life they ask their pledges to commit a crime.
One day the pledges are driven to a dark, old, desert ...more
The story was boring, nothing really happened, the girls (and Gordon) were highly annoying and then we also have POVs switching in the middle of the story. Which was really annoying. One moment we would have Abby, then suddenly switch to Nina and even one time we switched to Leila. I hate it when this happens. I don't mind if it is clearly said, or when it is done at the beginning of a chapter, but now? No.
I don't like how we had two plots. Abby's x Leila x Gordon and ...more
I don't really expect any literary masterpieces from Stein at this point considering I haven't loved any books that I've read from him, so I can't say that I'm surprised that I didn't love this one.
Twisted follows this group of girls who want to join this sorority but to join, they have to partake in a hazing of sorts- the girls have a single task- to rob this little mom and pop jewelry store. Sounds simple righ ...more
wow!!!! this would have to be the best book that i've red from R.L Stine! at first i thought the plot would be kinda sorority row--like you know the dead would take revenge and kill each member one by one but i was wrong the ...more
The story was good, about the whole prank thing going wrong, and it had that classic R.L. Stine
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So yeah, when we found out that (view spoiler)[that Gabriella WAS Abby (hide spoiler)], it wasn't in a shocking way, especially how Gordon said it so casually. I was just like,
R. L. Stine b ...more