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Halloween Night by R.L. Stine
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Jun 23, 2010

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bookshelves: humor, mystery

After her cousin, Halley, moves into the house, all kinds of weird things begin to happen. Brenda finds her bedroom walls covered with threatening messages--written in blood! She discovers a beheaded bird on her dresser, and a scary mask taped to the window. But the worst of all is the rotten, maggot-covered meat in her bed! Brenda knows that Halley must be the one behind all the threats, but no one else can see it. After Halley steals Brenda’s boyfriend and crashes her car, Brenda decides to take things into her own hands.

This book had some horror elements in it, but could have been written to be more frightful. The most horrifying thing was that these kids were actually plotting to kill another person. Nevertheless, the ending has some surprisingly positive twists, which I enjoyed. I would recommend this book to young teens from 12-15 years old.

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