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Second Evil (Fear Street Cheerleaders Book 2) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B001HQHCHA
- Publisher : Simon Pulse (June 30, 2008)
- Publication date : June 30, 2008
- Language : English
- File size : 532 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- Print length : 180 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #389,273 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I really enjoy reading books like this....as in thrillers.
I really enjoyed this book and can't wait to read the third one.
I would not recommend this to young children if they have fears of ghost or anything like that...if your kid can handle this...or if you think you can then go ahead and try :)
I felt so awful for Corky—the pain she was going through from the loss of her sister. They were really, very close, and I just cannot imagine what it’s like losing a sibling like that.
After all the tension between the girls on the team in the last book, Corky and the cheerleaders have become much closer in this book. Kimmy and the other girls actually asked Corky to come back to the team, but Corky reminded them how much they disliked her and her sister, and I was like, "YES! You guys forget about that already? Huh?" Lol. Anyway, the relationship between the girls in this book was much better, with less animosity. I even liked Chip better in this book, too!
One thing I love about this series is the whole mythos behind Fear Street and the Fear family! In this book, the cheerleaders visit the old burned down Fear mansion and practically have a seance in there! We also meet a new character, Sarah Beth Plummer, who helps shed some light on what happened all those years ago with Sarah Fear and the evil spirit that inhabited her. And even better, we get to meet an actual Fear in this book! A descendant of Sarah Fear herself! That was pretty cool.
We also got some Easter Eggs from other Fear Street books, and you know I love that! Cari and Eric from Party Summer were mentioned. Apparently, Debra, one of the cheerleaders is going out with Eric now... which is fine with me because I didn't like him with Cari, anyway. Lol. Also, another mention of the infamous Suki Thomas! She and Gary actually, both originally from The Overnight . And they’re still together! Like, really together. Lol.
“You should have seen Suki Thomas with Gary Brandt. Well, Suki was giving Gary a sex ed. class. They didn't even bother to go back to the stacks.”
Lastly, Mayra Barnes, from The Sleepwalker, was also mentioned.
The Second Evil was another fun and suspenseful addition to the wonderful Fear Street series. The evil spirit was back and we got to learn a bit more about it! I actually had no idea who it was possessing throughout most of the book, so it was fun guessing and then being surprised in the end. Overall, I really enjoyed this read!
The Fear Street connection: Corky still lives on Fear Street. And Bobbi is buried in the Fear Cemetery.
The second book in R. L. Stine's Fear Street Cheerleaders series stands miles above its predecessor. The writing is cleaner, the characters better developed, the plot tighter and more deftly executed. And the body count is higher, too. Get ready to say goodbye to a couple of series regulars, and to make the cliffhanger ending easier to digest, make sure you have the third installment onhand.
The First Evil (Fear Street Cheerleaders, No. 1)
Second Evil (Fear Street: Cheerleaders)
The Third Evil (Fear Street Cheerleaders, No. 3)
Cheerleaders: The New Evil (Fear Street Super Chillers, No. 7)
Cheerleaders: The Evil Lives (Fear Street Super Chillers, No. 13)
The Awakening Evil (Fear Street, No. 10)
Top reviews from other countries
Second Evil is chalked full of great scenes and brutal fun!
Keeps you guessing the whole time.
Really love these book a lot.