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by R. L. Stine

  • Author: R. L. Stine
  • ISBN: 0671868403
  • ISBN13: 978-0671868406
  • ePub: 1366 kb | FB2: 1131 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Science Fiction & Fantasy
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster; 1st edition (July 1, 1995)
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 856
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College Weekend (Fear Street) ePub download

College Weekend book. Stine fan in my early teens! I loved all the fear street books! They are what got me into reading again!

College Weekend book. Stine fan in my early teens! I loved all the fear street books! They are what got me into reading again! :) Having fun now rereading all of these again but now with my daughter, however this one is not as good as I remembered it when I was younger. Mar 25, 2009 Melanie rated it it was amazing. well actually i would recomend all the .

Fear Street Super Chiller. An Archway Paperbacks. Published by Pocket Books. Silent night 2. The dead lifeguard. Cheerleaders: the new evil. The Fear Street Saga. New york London Toronto Sydney Tokyo Singapore. This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents are products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

College Weekend (Fear Street) Mass Market Paperback – July 1, 1995. It wasn't really bad, but I just felt like the story dragged on for too long

College Weekend (Fear Street) Mass Market Paperback – July 1, 1995. by. R. L. Stine (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Book 32 of 55 in the Fear Street Series. It wasn't really bad, but I just felt like the story dragged on for too long. I was surprised to find out what kind of a person Carla was in the end, because I had a wrong impression about her.

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How I loved these books! College Weekend by Stine, R. . Visit. Daughters of Silence (Fear Street Saga Book Summoning the dark powers of their family to bring back their dead daughters, Angelica and Simon Fear unflinchingly begin an act of black magic that calls for the sacrifice of two innocent girls. Horror Tale Manga Books Journal Diary Mansion Book Cover Design Book Nerd Saga Strong Novels.

Nothing can ruin Tina Rivers' big weekend at Patterson College with her boyfriend, Josh Martin. There's a little cabin in the Fear Street woods where a girl can really lose her mind. In fact, she can change it into someone else's. That's what happened to Nicole and Lucy.

This is a list of books from the Fear Street book series created and written by R. Stine. The first book, The New Girl was published in 1989. Various spin-off series were written, including the Fear Street Sagas and Ghosts of Fear Street. More than 80 million Fear Street books have been sold as of 2003

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Book of Fear Street Superchillers. Price may vary by retailer. She’s so excited, she doesn’t even mind that her cousin, Holly, will be tagging along.

Visiting her boyfriend's college dorm with her cousin, Holly, Tina River becomes alarmed when Josh's strange roommate, Christopher, reports that Josh is out of town for the weekend, and then Holly disappears. Original.
Capella
This is a great short book. I read the entire book in a few hours. The book is interesting and has some sexiness in it. Perfect mix of horror and excitement. I will read this book again. Loved it
Anarahuginn
Here I am a 35 year old woman still reading R.L. Stine Fear Street books. I grew up on them, never did the whole Goosebumps thing. Yes, they are childish for me, and very often they don’t really have any horror in them. But I still like to read them, especially the ones I missed out on as a teenager, and I think this was one of them. This was a very short read for me, at 147 pages long it took me a little over an hour to read. Perfect to bang out a review on when I’m short on time.

Tina Rivers’ is a love struck teenager who can’t wait to see her boyfriend who is away at college. They haven’t seen each other in months. Her parents won’t allow her to travel by herself so they have her cousin Holly go with her. Not a problem, as Holly can’t wait to check out some college parties. All Tina can talk and think about is her boyfriend, Josh. Its actually pretty annoying how much she keeps going on and on about the guy throughout the book. But I do know since I was a once a teenage girl in love, that we tend to just keep talking about the boys we like. When Josh doesn’t show up to pick them up at the train station, Holly goes on and on and on saying the same things over, questioning Tina about Josh knowing what station it was, what time, etc. It was very annoying to me as it just seemed over the top filler.

Chris, Josh’s roommate, shows up to save the day and pick up the girls when Josh is a no show and some creepy guy is harassing them. He explains that Josh went camping with a friend and has been having car trouble so he’s there to pick them up. Off they head to the campus dorms. Repeatedly Tina questions whats going on with Josh. Things just don’t seem to add up. Tina and Holly meet another friend of Josh’s, Carla. Her boyfriend is off camping with Josh. They all decide to go and check out a party together, and that is when Holly goes missing.

Chris and Carla seem to have answers to all of Tina’s questions and fears about Josh and Holly, and neither one of them seem concerned. Chris always seems to have some kind of excuse for why Josh and Holly haven’t shown up or made any attempt to call. Or when Josh does call its to Chris’ phone. Not to where he would reach Tina.

Its obvious to me from the beginning that Chris wants to hook up with Tina, he’s slow dancing with her, taking her out places, trying to kiss her, etc. So its obvious from the beginning that he has something to do with everything going on, but what exactly is going on?

The thing I did like about this book is there was actually death in the book which isn’t always present in Stine’s books and it was a quick read. The characters to me weren’t all that interesting. But its also hard to really invest in characters in such a short teen book when you’re an adult reading it.

This review is cross posted from my horror movie/book review blog: Shivers of Horror (link in profile)
Clonanau
Synopsis: It's been three months since Tina Rivers saw her boyfriend Josh Martin. Now, Tina is really excited as she and her cousin Holly Phillips take a trip to Patterson College to spend the weekend with Josh.

However, as soon as they arrive at the Patterson train station, things start going wrong. They get cornered by someone threatening them for money, and Josh is nowhere to be found. Luckily, Chris Roberts, Josh's roommate comes to their rescue. Chris tells them that Josh went with his friend Steve to a geology camping trip but had car trouble on the way back, which is why he couldn't meet them. Tina is disappointed, but has a nice time spending time with Chris.

Unfortunately, as the day goes by, Josh never shows up, and Tina starts to feel that there is something strange going on. For one thing, she notices someone step into her room while she is sleeping, but doesn't know who it is or why they were there. Later, she meets a girl named Carla Ryan, Steve's girlfriend, and feels that Carla is hiding something from her about Josh. Things get worse when Carla tells Tina that Holly went with a girl named Alyssa to a party, but Holly never shows up later.

Will Tina realize what happened to Josh and Holly, and figure out her own life is in danger?

Review: This was an average R. L. Stine Fear Street book in my opinion. It wasn't really bad, but I just felt like the story dragged on for too long. I was surprised to find out what kind of a person Carla was in the end, because I had a wrong impression about her.

There were three reasons why I didn't like this book compared to others in the series.

- Firstly, why does Tina get attracted to Chris and give him the wrong signals (like kissing him), when she is still supposedly worried about Josh? That did not make any sense to me.

- Secondly, and more importantly, why did Carla tell Tina that Holly went out with Alyssa, or even know about Alyssa, when Alyssa wasn't even going to Patterson? If Carla was trying to help Tina, why would she tell her that? Stine never provided an explanation to this anywhere in the book

- Also, there is no clear explanation as to how Chris's girlfriend Judy died, or any history behind their relationship. I feel that the story would have been more interesting if Stine had added this, in a flashback of some sort.

If Stine had covered the above plot holes in this book, or written the history of the characters in greater detail, I would have definitely enjoyed it. I thought the premise of the story was very interesting, but overall, "College Weekend" turned out to be predictable and disappointing.
Aradwyn
I am rereading all of the Fear Street books. And I find myself enjoying most them as much as I did when I was a preteen/teenager. But College Weekend was a major disappointment. I felt like it was overly predictable and the characters poorly developed. The characters were so stupid it was almost frustrating. I felt nothing for any of the people and really didn't care who lived or died.
Blackstalker
I wish I could say this book was great.Yet it was awful.The book revoles around Tina Rivers who wants nothing more than to spend the weekend with her Boyfriend Josh at Patterson College.Yet her parents won't let her go unless her cousin Holly goes too,No big deal.Only when they arrived at the train platform Josh is not waiting like he promised.Instead his roomate Chistopher is and he says Josh is in the mountains.Yet Tina thinks why would Josh got Hiking in the mountains when he knew she was coming to visit.So he takes them to Josh's dorm to wait.Then a girl named Carla shows up and also claims Josh is with her Boyfriend Steve in the mountains.Holly then asks Carla if Christopher has a girlfriend.Carla then tells a sad story of how Chris and his girlfriend Judy were on a boat and Judy fell over and died.From here the story gets really boring from Tina searching for Josh to supposed phone calls about car trouble.To Holly disappering.To finally finding out Christopher is'nt as nice as he seems and that Tina may never see Josh again.
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