Monday, July 23, 2018

(Review) Halloween Night II by R.L. Stine


Halloween Night II by R.L. Stine is a fun, suspenseful, teen chiller that is perfect to read for Halloweentime. 

Brenda, a teen girl who had a horrible and near death experience last Halloween (Halloween Night), is trying to get back to her life and live as normal as possible. But soon, she gets an anonymous Halloween card depicting a menacing jack-o'-lantern sitting on blood with the words: Happy Last Halloween. And pretty soon Brenda starts to see terror and have reminders about last Halloween. And to make matters worse, her annoying cousin Halley is living with her, and she has an eye for everything that belongs to Brenda. 

What I liked about this YA Halloween story was the feeling of Halloween and suspense. R.L. Stine is really good at horror and terror that doesn't cross over to the more dreadful side of things, which is why he is such a perfect writer for children and young adults.

The ending is really cool, and I hope you all stick around for it.

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