Tuesday, December 1, 2009

My Room Is A Dump...

...which is why I can't find my copy of "The Prom Queen" which I said I was going to do next. So which one of these would you guys like to see next?

- The Babysitter II
- Lights Out
- The Confession
- Cataluna Chronicles #1 - The Evil Moon
- Seniors #6 - The Gift

Vote in the comments, kids, and the reigning piece of dook will be the one to get it's ass torn to shreds on this here blogamajig. What a cruel fate. Oh well!

**UPDATE** Well, it looks like "Lights Out" takes the cake this time around. *gulp* Let's all steel ourselves for the "mystery" at Camp Nightwing...

25 comments:

  1. Aww, any of those would be good! Roll a dice for it. The spare number can be "keep searching for Prom Queen."

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  2. Babysitter II. I have a soft spot for the Babysitter since it was the first "grown up" R.L. Stine book I read. Well, the first non-Goosebumps book by him anyway.

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  3. I'd vote for the Babysitter 2 as well. That and the Fear Street Cheerleaders were two of my favorite Stine series when I was younger.

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  4. I'll like to see a review of The Confession. It's the first and the only Fear Street book I've read.

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  5. R.L Stine tries his hand at Christine? Yes please!

    One vote for the Cataluna book, although I am sure I will soon regret it.

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  6. Voting for Lights Out because that is the one I'm reading right now. It's amazing what books from your childhood are hiding in the stacks at your local library...now if only I could find the Nightmare Hall series somewhere.

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  7. Lights Out because I don't remember that one!

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  8. I'd say The Confession (because I don't remember it lol) or the Seniors book because those books seem so lame compared to the originals :-)

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  9. Cataluna chronicles is what I go for

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  10. I'll say the Cataluna Chronicles because possessed cars FTW

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  11. The Gift or Lights out. Lights out had a cool death scene, and I haven't read the Gift yet. I heard the Babysitter and the Catulauna Chronicles suck, but I hear the Confession's okay.

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  12. Light's Out, please. I don't recall much about it.

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  13. I'd say "The Confession" because I don't remember anything about it, but I'll be happy to read whatever you want!

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  14. If that's the one I think it is, then Confession please!

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  15. By my count, Lights Out and The Confession are drawing, but Babysitter and Cataluna could still get it!

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  16. Lights out because my favorite camp story
    Cataluna chronicles since you really need to recap this

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  17. I would love to read your recap on the Confession. It contains a gory death, and is one I found quite captivating as a teen

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  18. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE do lights out and the confession
    they are some of my favourite fear streets
    id love to see your review on both of them! More than the other ones. I say the confession and lights out.

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  19. Lights Out and The Confession both have 6 votes, more than any other book. That means that either Lights out or Confession would be reviewed.

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  20. The post we're commenting on was updated days ago to say she'd be doing Lights Out.

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  21. I just wanted to comment to say thank you very much for doing this blog. It's been a long year at my workplace, and your reviews have kept my spirits up and made me laugh. I hope you enjoyed writing it as much as I enjoyed reading it. It's hard to believe the fearstreet1 blogspot has been going on nearly 2 years now!! Thanks again, and here's to 2010.

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  22. Leigh, as cheesy as this is going to sound, that puts a smile on my pasty face. :p Thank you for reading! I do enjoy writing this blog although sometimes I feel like a crochety old hag when I'm being extremely harsh on these books. But hey, they ask for it! Anyway, here's to another year of recycled plots and death threats on R.L. Stine's life!

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  23. Leigh, I completely agree! As much as the reviews take the piss out of the books that I love so much, its so funny- its hard to stop laughing sometimes. Ill have finished reading a humurous selection in the review and continue reading on when Ill randomly start laughing again about it. And also I am going to thank you- these reviews are sometimes all that is worth going on the computer for. Can't wait to see Lights Out and The Confession. Cheers! and Merry Christmas! =)

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  24. Yay! I love camp stories. I seriously can't wait!

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