The Rich Girl (Fear Street #44)
Fear Street -- Where Your Worst Nightmares Live...
Emma and her best friend Sydney always share their secrets. And now they have a big one: They found a duffel bag filled with cash and swore never to tell anyone. But Sydney broke her promise -- she told her boyfriend, Jason.
Now Emma is terrified. She doesn't trust Jason. She knows he would do anything to get the money...more
This one is abo ...more
Moral of the Story: RL Stine is a fucking badass.
Gaping Plot Holes: Who the fuck cares? This one is amazeballs.
Body Count: 1 : Jason, Sydney's boyfriend
Usual Suspect(s): Jason
Actual Suspect(s): I can't spoil it here this time!! Read on below.
Plot: Meet Sydney and Emma. They are best friends who work at a movie theater. I don't know if RL Stine has ever worked at a movie theater, b ...more
The plot seemed like it was heading in an okay-enough direction as the girls find this money and decide to bury ...more
Yes! I will kill a cockroach, a fly.. just not a person! *looks up innocently*
Meet Emma Naylor, the pretty blond girl in the cover who happens to be the poor girl in this book. She works a lot and even studies really hard afterwards, making her life slightly miserable and not having that life usual happy chill party all night teenager life. Her opposite/best friend Sydney Shue, is well.. rich, who happens to be working with her for her parents doesn't want her to be s ...more
The plot is that teenage girls Emma and Sydney have discovered a duffel bag filled with money. They decide to keep the bag and swear not to tell anyone. But Sydney quickly breaks their promise and tells her boyfriend, Jason. Now, Emma is fearing for her life. Will Jason kill for money?
While this might seem like an overused ...more
however, this book had a very good moral story :
Don't be too trusting & too kind to everyone near you,
include your bestfriend & boyfriend.
Because they can backstabbed & utilize you without your knowledge
This book was a good book overall but I ...more
This is a great book for horror fans. I liked this book because the ending is very surprising and very unpredi ...more
I've always loved the ending of this book! Fear Street books had some of the best twists and this one is no exception.
Yes, going back to my teenage years. I use to love R.L. Stine and I really wanted something light and easy to read and this was definately it. I read it all in 1 day! I loved it when I was a teen but now it was predictable. I still liked it though. And I'll read more of his books when I want something light and easy.
R. L. Stine b ...more