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The Dead Boyfriend: Fear Street’s Relaunch Comeback?

The Dead Boyfriend (Fear Street Reboot #5) Rating: 4.25 out of 5 Fears Caitlin has never had a real boyfriend before. When she starts seeing Blade, she throws herself into the relationship with fervor. She ignores her friends who warn … Continue reading

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Can You Keep A Secret? Fear Street Is Struggling To Scare

Another book into the relaunch and I’m becoming more and more antsy that it’s not going to come together. The fourth book is better than the third, The Lost Girl, but just barely. Does Fear Street have a place in … Continue reading

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Is The Fear Street Reboot Series Lost? The Lost Girl

Fear Street’s third book in the relaunch lands between the good (Party Games), the bad (Don’t Stay Up Late). It’s classic Fear Street, but not at its best or at its worst, trying to find its place in the next … Continue reading

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Fear Street’s Reboot Takes a Hit: Don’t Stay Up Late

I was so excited and impressed with R.L. Stine’s first installment in Fear Street’s reboot series: Party Games. I thought, “Now this is what I’m talking about,” and I couldn’t wait to devour the next one. That was just over … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Bookaholic Presents: The Stunning Conclusion To The 5th Wave Trilogy – The Last Star

I loved Rick Yancey’s The 5th Wave and enjoyed its follow-up The Infinite Sea just as much. How did the final book of this series measure up? Better than I ever thought it would! “The Last Star” by Rick Yancey … Continue reading

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