The Dead Girlfriend

The Dead Girlfriend Only bestselling master of horror R L Stine could think up a chiller this thrilling a macabre love triangle involving a boy a girl and an ex girlfriend who just happens to be dead

  • Title: The Dead Girlfriend
  • Author: R.L. Stine
  • ISBN: 9780590453875
  • Page: 488
  • Format: Paperback
  • Only bestselling master of horror R.L Stine could think up a chiller this thrilling a macabre love triangle involving a boy, a girl, and an ex girlfriend who just happens to be dead.

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    1. Robert Lawrence Stine known as R L Stine and Jovial Bob Stine, is an American novelist and writer, well known for targeting younger audiences Stine, who is often called the Stephen King of children s literature, is the author of dozens of popular horror fiction novellas, including the books in the Goosebumps, Rotten School, Mostly Ghostly, The Nightmare Room and Fear Street series.R L Stine began his writing career when he was nine years old, and today he has achieved the position of the bestselling children s author in history In the early 1990s, Stine was catapulted to fame when he wrote the unprecedented, bestselling Goosebumps series, which sold than 250 million copies and became a worldwide multimedia phenomenon His other major series, Fear Street, has over 80 million copies sold.Stine has received numerous awards of recognition, including several Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards and Disney Adventures Kids Choice Awards, and he has been selected by kids as one of their favorite authors in the NEA s Read Across America program He lives in New York, NYcmillan itsthefirstda

    2. I. This book. Oh my. I just remembered the plot the other day and I started freaking out because I couldn't remember what it was called. I used to LOVE this book. It's so crazy that I found it.

    3. This is your typical R.L. Stine novel. New kid comes to town, mysterious person, mysterious history, oh wow, someone else did it. This isn't gonna be an eye opener. It's not fantastically written (and while Stine isn't the best author, he's got some good books for kids), but this is quite poor. There's no reaction to action, there's a lot of repeated ideas, sentences, phrases, and the characterisation is nonexistent.The ending bothered me the most. Character A pushes Character B over a cliff to [...]

    4. So I was thinking that this was one of the better R.L.Stine books until I reached the end. And then I had to laugh. What kind of morally depraved people feel OK about pushing a girl off a cliff as long as she doesn't die? The fact that Annie fell into Jonathan's arms with a smile and full of relief was absolutely ridiculous!

    5. Not really the best R.L. Stine book, I had expected lots of excitement, lots of horror or creepy things.Sadly, the cover is pretty much the only horrific thing, that and some event that happens near the end. Other than it, it is a pretty tame and calm story. Sure there are some events happening that could give you a case of small goosebumps, but mostly I was wondering when the real excitement would start, and as the pages went by, the end was coming nearer, I wondered if a few threats, a few arg [...]

    6. Los libros de R. L. Stine son cortos y, aparentemente, dedicados especialmente a un público infantil. “La habitación secreta” y “La novia muerta” son libros que una amiga me prestó hace muchísimo tiempo, cuando recién florecía esta devoción por la literatura. Leí ambos en una misma noche. Cambiaba y cambiaba de página hasta llegar al final. Realmente me entretuvieron. Considero que este caballero posee una imaginación extraordinaria.

    7. Really it's just one of those low suspense books written for chirlden, and it's just like all of the other r.l. stine books written in, like, two seconds.

    8. I listened to an audiobook version of this book and I think that was part of the reason why I liked this book less than I would have. The audiobook had a lot of soundeffects and the actors' renditions of the characters annoyed me. Well, their voices annoyed me. I like my narrators to be calm and preferably British ^_^. The story itself was not bad though less scary than I would have hoped from a R.L. Stine book. There were a few instances where a scary situation was hinted at (especially noticab [...]

    9. Another book that I can't quite work out my feelings for. R.L. Stine is probably one of the most popular YA authors, and I attribute this to the powerful - and sometimes horrific - images that are so prolific in his novels. While I didn't really remember the plot of this, several of the scenes - the waterfalls, the electric keyboard, the spaghetti pot - were embedded in my memory without being attached to any book or plotline. That kind of heavy-handed imagery is a little too clumsy for my adult [...]

    10. El libro me gustó bastante, aunque sinceramente me gustaría saber qué hay de la supuesta hermana fantasma. ¿Me perdí algún detalle? Se menciona una sola vez de manera vaga, como si fuera la misma Louisa pero jamás se aclara nada lo cual me parece tonto siendo un libro más que nada juvenil, sin mucha complicación. Es decir, la sola aparición de "la hermana de Louisa" se me hace algo bastante innecesaria, no afecta en nada a la historia, no vuelve a realizar una aparición ni nada simila [...]

    11. I think there is a lot of detail in this book. I also like how R.L. Stine Layed the book out. It was heart-pounding but also kind of creepy at the same time. This guy, Jonathan, is going out with this girl he met, Annie. His ex- girlfriend died(not going to tell you how) and she's came back to haunt Annie. After Annie got all of these "presents"(notes) from his dead ex, she stops hanging out with him. She keeps coming back and she's done everything she cane to stop her from coming back. Read thi [...]

    12. Wow, this was not what i was expecting. Hoping that this will leave me in shock and in horror, this left me with boredom and knowledge of whats to come. I was also hoping that the horror books will be my favorite topic to read; however, when i read this in 7th grade it did not pressure me to reading other R.L. Stine horror books. Maybe the book isn't as bad as i am saying it is, but as the book went on it seemed to me that the author could have done better and put more work into it, not the best [...]

    13. This was an old book of my daughter's that I came across and decided to read. RL Stine is an American writer whose books are for children and teens. He wrote the famous Goosebumps series along with many others. An immensely talented gentleman. I found this story good for a teenage read. Enjoyed it and would have been an easy read for teens. It's stories like this that would get young people interested in reading.

    14. Fond memories of R.L. Stine. Even though many of his books had the same theme, I loved 90% of them, and this was no exception. The cover took me back to my childhood. I don't remember the plot or how it ended, and this might be out of print. Update: I found it in my stash of old Stine books. It was a pleasant surprise!

    15. I'm just in love with all the R.L.Stine's books so I can't imagine me writting something wrong about him and what I love most is with his books you'll never predict the end you wanna resolve the mistery and you'll never be bored with the story. I read this book in 1 day and it was awesome like always.

    16. R.L. Stine & Point Horror are a great combo and this book is no exception. Very entertaining and laugh out loud funny in parts when you look at those parts which are meant to be horrific. Actually there are three or four genuinely horrible parts. If you are fond of cats you may want to give this a miss.

    17. This is one of the earlier R.L. Stine books. It is an easy read, really meant for preteenagers who are looking for a little scare. If you take it at face value, it is a very entertaining story about a new girl who comes to town and meets a good looking guy whose last girlfriend recently died under mysterious circumstances, and perhaps she is next.

    18. When I was 11/12, I loved Point Horror books and devoured the local library for the different titles. R.L. Stine was like a God. I read this for a bit of nostalgic fluff and for that purpose it was great. I can imagine the 11 year old me as declaring this as the best book ever. The 28 year old me though does think it's all a bit naff, but then who cares?!

    19. I vividly remembered the cover of this book, but not much else. I did remember (view spoiler)[ the thing with Goggles (hide spoiler)] though, and I still hate that scene. =( This was an okay book, with an ending that isn't explained well, but it was still fun to read.

    20. The Dead Girlfriend is a great horror story. It's pretty entertaining and throughout the book it keeps you engage with the plot. The characters are very well develop and the idea in general is pretty unique.

    21. Annie meets Jonathan Morgan. He's gorgeous, but very bad news. His last girlfriend died in mysterious circumstances. Annie becomes desperate to know what happened. Then terrifying things keep happening to her!! was his girlfriend really back form death ?!

    22. This seemed to be all set up and not a very big pay off. This is one tale where a longer format may have benefited the core story. I felt like it was developing nicely but then suddenly rushed to the end including no clues as to who or what the horror was. A phoned in effort from Stine.

    23. I read this book while in middle school. I was a HUGE R.L. Stine fan and like most of his other books, I couldn't put it down.

    24. I was a huge R.L. Stine fan in my early teens! I loved all the fear street books! They are what got me into reading again! :)

    25. I read this book a very long time ago. it was my first teenage mystery/thriller novel. i liked R.L. Stine books growing up

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