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Last Chance (Fear Street Seniors #5)

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Mary O'Connor is being blackmailed by her Social Studies teacher and finds herself entangled in a nasty web of theft, kidnapping, and murder
Paperback, 176 pages
Published September 21st 1998 by Golden Books
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Aug 06, 2011 rated it it was amazing
I loved this book and I really cheered/hoped that Mary would survive this one because so much happened to her with Gary Fresno so that likablility factor to her really made me connect more to the novel.
Mar 09, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Well, that was unexpectedly creepy. I mean, REALLY creepy. Also, it confirmed my theory that the adults in Shadyside are the worst people ever. One creeptastic, inappropriate, manipulative teacher could happen to anyone, but a bunch of other people being in on it with him could only happen in these books. 5/5 vintage-YA-horror stars (it's pointless rating these in comparison to books in general). By the end of the book Mary's embraced her inner psycho as well, and I'm happy for her. It's the onl ...more
Apr 29, 2014 added it
I think this is a good book to reflect on but not literaly. This book tells you the consequences in real life. Stealing might seem like a great thing to do when it gets you what you want. When you get caught, it is when it becomes a problem. But it is even a greater conflict when you get caught and you get blackmailed. This is another great book by R.L.Stine. His books always want me to keep on reading.
Jan 11, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Great part! Poor Mary.. So many stress and tension for her because of 2 idiots there project.. But she gave them a good scare and lesson aswell ;)
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