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Kerry's had a very bad year. But now his luck has finally changed. He's got a blind date with a girl who sounds really hot. He can't wait. He knows this girl is going to be really different. Kerry's right. Because his blind date really is the girl of his dreams. Or maybe his worst nightmares... Kerry's had a very bad year. But now his luck has finally changed. He's got a blind date with a girl who sounds really hot. He can't wait. He knows this girl is going to be really different. Kerry's right. Because his blind date really is the girl of his dreams. Or maybe his worst nightmares...


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Kerry's had a very bad year. But now his luck has finally changed. He's got a blind date with a girl who sounds really hot. He can't wait. He knows this girl is going to be really different. Kerry's right. Because his blind date really is the girl of his dreams. Or maybe his worst nightmares... Kerry's had a very bad year. But now his luck has finally changed. He's got a blind date with a girl who sounds really hot. He can't wait. He knows this girl is going to be really different. Kerry's right. Because his blind date really is the girl of his dreams. Or maybe his worst nightmares...

30 review for Blind Date (Point Horror, #1)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tyler J Gray

    Well that was a fun time. It took me a bit to get into it (not sure if that was the book or me) but had a fun time trying to figure out what was really going on, and no, I didn't guess it. Well that was a fun time. It took me a bit to get into it (not sure if that was the book or me) but had a fun time trying to figure out what was really going on, and no, I didn't guess it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Zoé-Lee O'Farrell

    So Blind Date! So cheesy! The plot itself is a good one in a sense, an accident that happens, Kerry, the main character doesn’t remember what happened that night and no one will tell him. Cue the opening scenes and he breaks the star quarterback’s leg – by accident! This starts the most bizarre episodes of his life. Like I said the plot is good, it’s plausible but the characters are cring-gy! Kerry becomes obsessed with a voice on a phone. A random girl calls him up and asks him out on a date, hi So Blind Date! So cheesy! The plot itself is a good one in a sense, an accident that happens, Kerry, the main character doesn’t remember what happened that night and no one will tell him. Cue the opening scenes and he breaks the star quarterback’s leg – by accident! This starts the most bizarre episodes of his life. Like I said the plot is good, it’s plausible but the characters are cring-gy! Kerry becomes obsessed with a voice on a phone. A random girl calls him up and asks him out on a date, his friend Margo, told Mandy to call him and ask him out. Just from her “sexy” and “foxy” voice, Kerry decided she must be fit, he quickly and somewhat desperately agrees to take her out on a date, who is this woman? One thing I found so laughable was when Kerry was driving to pick Mandy up on their date to the cinema, he was thinking this! And of course, she probably wouldn’t want to “go all the way” until after the movie. But he could understand that. He liked a girl with some old-fashioned values. Wait…what!!! Old fashioned values are putting out after the movie, so if she did it in the intermission she would be deemed as a “modern girl”, easy maybe?! I mean I did chuckle at this. How dated, and how wrong! Kerry had not even had his first kiss at this point! Seriously boy! Whilst we have the mysterious date to ponder, strange things are happening to Kerry. Sent to the wrong address where he is shouted at by shocked parents, threatening and creepy phone calls, noises he can not explain. All seem to be linking back to an incident that happened a year ago that he cannot remember and he does not want to remember. I mean I want to know – how rude! What caused him to lose his memory? Why should he be afraid of his brother? So many unanswered questions, but he is so loved with a mysterious voice that he does not want to investigate any further and brushes everything off. When we meet the voice, the girl, Mandy, she is instantly the stereotypical hot chick in a thriller and surprise surprise Kerry is obsessed. But things are not adding up at all and Kerry finally starts to question everything. This was a quick and easy read and for the second in the Point Horror series, I just hope things do pick up. Back in the day, I would have probably loved this book, nowadays I rolled my eyes, I laughed and I wondered how anyone could survive a Blind Date! This is Stine’s first book in this genre and it does show, as mentioned, he has a fabulous plot idea, just the execution is like a bit of whiffy cheese. However, I was invested in the story and I needed to know what the final outcome was going to be and in true Stine style, there is a twist you do not see coming.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Julie Ruble

    Recently read this again after telling my students I was addicted to YA horror novels when I was little. It had some surprisingly mature content (e.g. sexual innuendo) and I was glad I didn't just stick it on my classroom shelf! Yikes. It was all right. Essentially just like I remembered it. Lots of brief, choppy sentences that I suppose were there to build some suspense. It was a bit annoying to discover that many of events in this, RL Stine's first YA book, were repeated in other books afterwa Recently read this again after telling my students I was addicted to YA horror novels when I was little. It had some surprisingly mature content (e.g. sexual innuendo) and I was glad I didn't just stick it on my classroom shelf! Yikes. It was all right. Essentially just like I remembered it. Lots of brief, choppy sentences that I suppose were there to build some suspense. It was a bit annoying to discover that many of events in this, RL Stine's first YA book, were repeated in other books afterward (e.g. losing one's memory after a traumatic experience, head-on car collisions after driving recklessly due to being upset, etc.)

  4. 5 out of 5

    Latasha

    3.5 this fun little nugget of nostalgia had a couple of surprises. i didn't guess either one of them. This doesn't take place on Fear Street but i think he totally put it in the book. You'll know it when you read it. Sure sounded like Fear Street to me! 3.5 this fun little nugget of nostalgia had a couple of surprises. i didn't guess either one of them. This doesn't take place on Fear Street but i think he totally put it in the book. You'll know it when you read it. Sure sounded like Fear Street to me!

  5. 4 out of 5

    TheCultureVulture

    Glad I could catch up with this. Stine's first venture into horror (his About The Author boasts "over 40 books of humor and adventure for young people") pre-dating Goosebumps and Fear Street. Also this is the very first Point Horror book, honestly historic to the genre. Glad I could catch up with this. Stine's first venture into horror (his About The Author boasts "over 40 books of humor and adventure for young people") pre-dating Goosebumps and Fear Street. Also this is the very first Point Horror book, honestly historic to the genre.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Alexa

    This was an alright read. I was able to figure out pretty early on how the story would end, but there were still a couple twists and turns that were surprising and fun. I would recommend this to others.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Leigha

    3.5 rounded up. I enjoyed this reread. It was fun going down nostalgia lane. I'm glad this one was more of a hit, rather than a miss. 3.5 rounded up. I enjoyed this reread. It was fun going down nostalgia lane. I'm glad this one was more of a hit, rather than a miss.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Weathervane

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. There isn't a terrible lot to say about this one. The plot is coherent though not twisty or inventive; the characters perform their particular roles well, and the only major gripes I have about the story are that the main conflicts could've been avoided had the people involved actually communicated -- a classic trope, I know, so I'm willing to allow a little leeway. A plotline in the first half of the book strikes me as superfluous, the football jock bullies. I thought perhaps this would tie in There isn't a terrible lot to say about this one. The plot is coherent though not twisty or inventive; the characters perform their particular roles well, and the only major gripes I have about the story are that the main conflicts could've been avoided had the people involved actually communicated -- a classic trope, I know, so I'm willing to allow a little leeway. A plotline in the first half of the book strikes me as superfluous, the football jock bullies. I thought perhaps this would tie in somehow with the end, but ultimately it merely provided a couple red herrings for Stine to use. I loved the portrayal of Mandy. The talk about her at the beginning was pretty corny -- "boy, was she a fox!" -- and that Kerry wasn't more suspicious about her or her intentions was just goofy, but her character was well-written as sensual and mysterious. I like that the ending allows her a portion of pity; I think she was too likable to be portrayed as a straight villain. The deer head with insects inside was a nice touch. The prose was readable and pleasing. Stine's Point books tend to be a cut above Fear Street, with less reliance on sentence fragments and quick chapters. The more of them I read the more I'm convinced these may be the best of his oeuvre. One point I thought could've been further explored: was Mandy right when she said Kerry's dad was able to get him out of trouble because he was a cop? I also thought the denouement could've been a bit longer to wrap things up more neatly, tie a nice emotional bow on the whole package. Fun read. Probably more like three-and-a-half stars.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Evan Li

    At first i really thought that this book would have just been just "some book" and that it would just be like any other book. But it was a really good book, it has a weird "plot"i has a really unusual story line its not like a all the other horror books or movies i've seen its not a monster or an ghost or any other kind of paranormal creature but in this book its a girl that is the monster. The book made me feel strange, in way i was sometimes scare, and at times i was a bit nervous because he At first i really thought that this book would have just been just "some book" and that it would just be like any other book. But it was a really good book, it has a weird "plot"i has a really unusual story line its not like a all the other horror books or movies i've seen its not a monster or an ghost or any other kind of paranormal creature but in this book its a girl that is the monster. The book made me feel strange, in way i was sometimes scare, and at times i was a bit nervous because he book is so well written that it makes me feel this way for example when the main character finds out that the girl isnt so hot or nice i felt not surprised because i read the "summary" of it but when i first read the book it told me about how batd the main character's life is and at that point i felt bad.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    I thought this was a very well crafted book. It is about a boy that gets a date with a girls sister that his brother caused the death of. His brother then went in to a mental hospital along with this girls sister. The guys brother tould this dead girls sister everything about him and she got out of the hospital and found this guys brother. (sorry if that is really confusing.)

  11. 4 out of 5

    Nick

    Love all these point horror books. Still have this one along with a few others I have kept through the years. Classic RLS with tons of twists and red herrings. The plot was fun. When I re-read it it made me thing of Riley Sagers Final Girls. Overall , was a fun quick read. 4 stars for nostalgia

  12. 5 out of 5

    Liz

    I forgot about this series! Point Horror books were SO GREAT

  13. 4 out of 5

    Kristy

    Years ago I brought all my childhood RL Stine books back from a visit home for Christmas and read my way through every silly one of them. Except this one! Not sure how it got missed, but I decided to work it into the rotation. And, you know, it was really not that great, even by Stine's standards. Our hero, Kerry, is a 16 year old boy who lives in the shadow of his football star older brother, Donald. The only problem is, his brother is... gone... and Kerry can't remember anything from the past Years ago I brought all my childhood RL Stine books back from a visit home for Christmas and read my way through every silly one of them. Except this one! Not sure how it got missed, but I decided to work it into the rotation. And, you know, it was really not that great, even by Stine's standards. Our hero, Kerry, is a 16 year old boy who lives in the shadow of his football star older brother, Donald. The only problem is, his brother is... gone... and Kerry can't remember anything from the past year except something about a car accident and no one in his family or his town will tell him what happened. One day after getting home from a *really* bad day at school where Kerry accidentally breaks the leg of the star quarterback during football practice, he gets a late night call from a mysterious woman with a sexy voice who introduces herself as Mandy, his blind date. He is excited that something good is happening in his life, even though Mandy is a little odd. But then he starts getting threatening prank calls, his car is violently vandalized, and everything very quickly starts spinning out of control. And then Donald calls.... Kerry is possibly the goofiest character Stine has ever written. He is very excited about the idea of having sex with Mandy, to the point where even after he has seen about a gazillion red flags he still decides to go along with what she says, on the off chance that he might get lucky. He has a one note "hilarious" best friend named Josh, a monosyllabic little brother who is introduced to us drinking beer (he's 14!) and eating junk food in front of the TV, an emotionally distant and overworked cop for a father (who does not seem to care about the beer?), and a mother who just recently left and who he doesn't seem to miss or think about in any way. There are a couple of good scenes, the best of which is when Kerry goes to pick up Mandy for their first date and gets the house wrong (or does he!) and ends up at an abandoned looking house where the door is eventually answered by a haggard looking couple who he doesn't know, but who definitely know him, and who start yelling and crying at him for some unknown reason. For the most part, though, the writing is choppy and the few suspenseful set pieces are quickly undermined by the cornball dialogue. The twists are not that twisty, and are pretty easy to see coming, but may fool you if you are 11 or 12, which was about my age when I first read this. And I must have liked it well enough then since I kept it for 30+ years. Still, I don't think this is one I'd recommend even to the 12 year olds in my life.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Annika

    It was fine. You could probably go partway through the book and figure out whodunnit, especially with the "It wasn't a date. It was a nightmare." thing on the cover of the book. A very quick resolution for how drawn out everything else was. Stupidly quick. It was fine. You could probably go partway through the book and figure out whodunnit, especially with the "It wasn't a date. It was a nightmare." thing on the cover of the book. A very quick resolution for how drawn out everything else was. Stupidly quick.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Adara

    looks like a great book to read

  16. 5 out of 5

    Alida McDetmott

    This was just a fun read.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Kourtney

    I have always loved R L Stines books but this was not good. It was so boring and the ending was a huge let down! Maybe I'll stick with Goosebumps. I have always loved R L Stines books but this was not good. It was so boring and the ending was a huge let down! Maybe I'll stick with Goosebumps.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Candace Malinke

    Teenage boys are horny and dumb. Thank you for coming to my Ted Talk.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kent

    Not very good. Very predictable. Easy read. Kids are dumb.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Divimishra

    nice book not so terrifying, the ending was lame and predictable could be finished easily in an hour or two if you are looking for a book that that really scares you don't go for this book you will be disappointed nice book not so terrifying, the ending was lame and predictable could be finished easily in an hour or two if you are looking for a book that that really scares you don't go for this book you will be disappointed

  21. 5 out of 5

    Elaine Mullane || At Home in Books

    I used to absolutely LOVE the Point Horror books! I would go through each of them in one sitting, for the most part. They definitely tweaked my interested in the horror genre.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Monique Mabin

    This was a good and interesting read.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Steph Warren

    I don’t actually remember whether I read this one in my teens or not, but the style and formula were instantly recognisable. Kerry is having a run of bad luck, with a whole load of his schoolmates blaming him for the serious injury of their school’s star player. Now he’s out of the team, and everyone seems out to get him. Add that to his missing brother that no one talks about, and his missing memories from the previous year, and you would think he has plenty to worry about. Luckily there is a ‘fo I don’t actually remember whether I read this one in my teens or not, but the style and formula were instantly recognisable. Kerry is having a run of bad luck, with a whole load of his schoolmates blaming him for the serious injury of their school’s star player. Now he’s out of the team, and everyone seems out to get him. Add that to his missing brother that no one talks about, and his missing memories from the previous year, and you would think he has plenty to worry about. Luckily there is a ‘foxy’ distraction around to help take his mind off…well, everything, as he starts getting some flirty phone calls from an unknown female. Surely this is his luck finally starting to come good? Well, no, obviously not! This is Point Horror, not Point Romance (yes, I may have read a few of those too!). So of course, everyone around Kerry begins to act suspiciously, he gets no adult help whatsoever, and he makes silly personal safety decisions like heading out to meet a complete stranger, alone, at night. I actually did find this book quite nerve-wracking, as it was clear that Kerry was genuinely under threat, possibly from multiple directions, and that his own mind may be against him as well. I did spot some of the twists before they happened, but others blindsided me, which I always enjoy. Yet again, the language and attitudes were dated. Kerry seriously reassures himself that he can’t expect a nice girl to go all the way before the movie; he and his friend discuss the ‘fox’ on the phone as if she’s a tasty steak or a new toy; and mental health issues are simply people being ‘crazy’ and needing ‘locking up’. All shocking in today’s world, but not in its time. I was amused by how Kerry was shown to be so obsessed with the idea of a possible date that he was willing to drop any fear of the mysterious events surrounding him, and lacked much curiosity at all about why he can’t remember the past year, whilst constantly pondering whether the potential date might like him. I couldn’t decide whether this all added up to a stereotype, or a reasonable depiction of the human teen male! Blind Date is a slightly dated, mildly creepy, quick and fun teen horror read. I enjoyed it and am pretty sure my teen self would have found it fairly scary. The phone rang, and he jumped. Who would call at this hour? Probably Josh, calling to see how he was doing. Josh was one of those people who never slept. He needed only two or three hours a night, that’s all. Drove his parents nuts! Kerry picked up the phone after the first ring. “Hello?” His voice had cobwebs in it. “Sticks and stones can break your bones.” It was a strange female voice, a phony voice. It sounded as if she was pinching her nose and talking. – R. L. Stine, Blind Date Review by Steph Warren of Bookshine and Readbows blog https://bookshineandreadbows.wordpres...

  24. 5 out of 5

    Liliana

    Reviewed on Lili Lost in a Book Kerry had a pretty terrible year... or so he is told. He was in some sort of accident that involved his brother but he doesn’t remember it and no one has told him any specifics, for his own good I guess. But now Kerry has a blind date with some random girl who randomly calls him. Sounds like the start of a horror book... oh wait! 😂 He also started receiving threatening calls and ALL of these things may or may not be related. The mystery surrounding the accident was Reviewed on Lili Lost in a Book Kerry had a pretty terrible year... or so he is told. He was in some sort of accident that involved his brother but he doesn’t remember it and no one has told him any specifics, for his own good I guess. But now Kerry has a blind date with some random girl who randomly calls him. Sounds like the start of a horror book... oh wait! 😂 He also started receiving threatening calls and ALL of these things may or may not be related. The mystery surrounding the accident was very intriguing but a little predictable... well some of it. Some parts really surprised me. Another thing that surprised me was that the dad in this book wasn’t totally awful! Kerry wasn’t that terrible either, he was a little dumb, but not nearly as bad as other Point Horror characters. Lol. The relationship between him and his dad was a little complex and I really enjoyed watching them navigate the relationship as best they could. The thing with the brother... The dad did some things to protect Kerry that he just did not understand, but when the dad laid things out for him I was like awww. This guy wasn’t too bad. Mandy, the girl Kerry has a blind date with, was weird. She did these little things that put Kerry off and maybe made him a little suspicious, but then he immediately shrugged it off. Like, dude, no! It’s a good thing you’re being suspicious, you dope! Lol. Kerry’s best friend Josh I liked. Right from the start Josh is trying to cheer Kerry up and I was like aww again. Lol. He was also pretty funny and I didn’t hate the jokes like I usually do. Maybe I was in a good mood. Idk. Lol. And the thing with his brother was intense! Like I said, there were some things I was not expecting. It’s understandable why he blocked out the accident from his mind. But overall it was a good read! I liked the characters, the mystery was interesting, and the climax was quite violent! That also surprised me. Lol. But yeah, not bad.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Francisco

    According to the list on Wikipedia, this is the first book in the Point Horror series. There seems to be no definite list of all the books, but based on that I decided to read this. It's the first one I read in the series and it was a lot of fun. Aimed to teenagers, but definitely post-pubescent ones, unlike his more famous Goosebumps series, this is just one of Stein's many contributions to this series. It tells of a guy, Kerry, who is having a really shit time with life. The book starts out wi According to the list on Wikipedia, this is the first book in the Point Horror series. There seems to be no definite list of all the books, but based on that I decided to read this. It's the first one I read in the series and it was a lot of fun. Aimed to teenagers, but definitely post-pubescent ones, unlike his more famous Goosebumps series, this is just one of Stein's many contributions to this series. It tells of a guy, Kerry, who is having a really shit time with life. The book starts out with him breaking the high school popular guy's leg and somehow putting him in a coma from the shock. From here he gets the whole school against him, with a few exceptions, he gets death threats, beaten up and so on. In the middle of this he gets a mysterious call from a girl who seems to want to go out with him, in the titular blind date. Stein has a "throw everything at the book" approach, including a brother in a mental institution, a mysterious accident which put his brother there and of which the main character is amnesiac, hints of the undead, fear that his brother is some kind of Mike Meyers like character etc. It's pretty exciting, stuff just keeps coming at you, and while it is ridiculous, it's also great fun. It would make a great low budget horror movie, actually, there's a pervading sense of paranoia and unease which is resolved at the end in a satisfactory, if convenient way. Definitely going to read more of these.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Rocco

    Blind Date. R.L. Stine's first horror novel is an instant classic. Thanks to a local library getting an upgrade, I was able to get my hands on a handful of R.L. Stine's young horror novels and this was one of them. We follow the life of Kerry, a high school football player who has A LOT going on in his life. From the very beginning this book is wrapped in a mystery. Kerry suffers from amnesia, and slowly this moment in his life that has been blocked out, will start to creep it's way back into hi Blind Date. R.L. Stine's first horror novel is an instant classic. Thanks to a local library getting an upgrade, I was able to get my hands on a handful of R.L. Stine's young horror novels and this was one of them. We follow the life of Kerry, a high school football player who has A LOT going on in his life. From the very beginning this book is wrapped in a mystery. Kerry suffers from amnesia, and slowly this moment in his life that has been blocked out, will start to creep it's way back into his life. While this issue is rearing it's ugly head, Kerry also finds himself at the hands of prank calls and fellow students who seem to hate his guts and want him dead. On top of this, there is a new girl in town, who wants to get to know Kerry better, but she is a bit off herself. I found myself gripped start to finish with this book, trying to figure out the mystery before the book ends, and just when I thought I had it all figured, out, Stine shows all the cards, and I was way off. I have mentioned it in other reviews, but Stine has this amazing writing style, that makes the reader feel like he/she is reading a campy 80's horror movie. At 200 pages, you can read this one in no time, and you will love every minute of it. 5 stars easily!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Cazzy

    I loved the Point Horror series as a pre/teen in the 90s and have loved sourcing some from Amazon and re-reading. My review score is based on a Point Horror/YA benchmark, rather than adult fiction. This was one I definitely didn't read back in the day and I don't remeber this ever being out in the UK, however it's listed on this website as Point Horror #1 and is also credited as the first PH on Wikipedia. Interestingly, the copy I got was branded as a 'Point', rather than 'Point Horror' book and I loved the Point Horror series as a pre/teen in the 90s and have loved sourcing some from Amazon and re-reading. My review score is based on a Point Horror/YA benchmark, rather than adult fiction. This was one I definitely didn't read back in the day and I don't remeber this ever being out in the UK, however it's listed on this website as Point Horror #1 and is also credited as the first PH on Wikipedia. Interestingly, the copy I got was branded as a 'Point', rather than 'Point Horror' book and there were definitely some differences to the usual PH style. It seemed a little more adult, referencing sex and under age drinking and the scenes containing violence were a little more graphic than later publications under the PH banner. These were all good things in my opinion. It was easy to predict where the story was going as an adult, but as a teen back in the late 80s, it might have been less predictable. It was well written and entertaining for the genre. I did miss the pang of nostalgia though, never having read this one.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Brandon

    So "Blind Date". Admittedly I found this book to be a bore. Its not a book that's nostalgic to me, it's a first time read and I've been a fan of Mr. Stine since elementary school, so I was curious to read his Debut horror novel ever and the results were mixed at best. I just didn't find Kerry to be an interesting character, even he points out he's kind of bland. The story never picked until the reveal of who his blind date really was and that was only a few chapters at the end, everything before So "Blind Date". Admittedly I found this book to be a bore. Its not a book that's nostalgic to me, it's a first time read and I've been a fan of Mr. Stine since elementary school, so I was curious to read his Debut horror novel ever and the results were mixed at best. I just didn't find Kerry to be an interesting character, even he points out he's kind of bland. The story never picked until the reveal of who his blind date really was and that was only a few chapters at the end, everything before that, I didn't care. I read this book because I want to get into the Fear Street side of R.L. Stine, a series I didn't grow up reading, so its an interesting experience reading these books that are more Teen Slashers and have less Monster Blood and Horrorland Horror's.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Khara

    For being R. L. Stine's first foray into horror fiction, it's pretty solid. It's really jokey, perhaps a bit too corny jokey, but Stine had been a humor writer before horror; and Blind Date treads between horror and humor a bit more than his later work. I enjoyed that it kept me guessing, every time I thought I had it figured out, it went in another direction. This early work is a rare story told from the POV of a male character, and features more sex talk than I remember in his later work. Alth For being R. L. Stine's first foray into horror fiction, it's pretty solid. It's really jokey, perhaps a bit too corny jokey, but Stine had been a humor writer before horror; and Blind Date treads between horror and humor a bit more than his later work. I enjoyed that it kept me guessing, every time I thought I had it figured out, it went in another direction. This early work is a rare story told from the POV of a male character, and features more sex talk than I remember in his later work. Although he hasn't quite assumed his status as master of youth/teen horror at the time of this book, you can see him lurking about in the shadows.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Tehnehn Kaijaah Edwards

    Like most of these books, they are pretty predictable but this one was quite entertaining. They did try a few times to suggest other people as our baddie, but in the end you know at least some of what their motivation is. The characters are your usual RL Stine fodder, annoying and immature but charming. You find yourself feeling bad for Kerry, and sympathizing with him due to his tragic backstory. All in all a good book and if you want something chill and not stressful and silly fun to read then Like most of these books, they are pretty predictable but this one was quite entertaining. They did try a few times to suggest other people as our baddie, but in the end you know at least some of what their motivation is. The characters are your usual RL Stine fodder, annoying and immature but charming. You find yourself feeling bad for Kerry, and sympathizing with him due to his tragic backstory. All in all a good book and if you want something chill and not stressful and silly fun to read then Point Horror is for you.

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