Title: Silent Stalker by R. T. Cusick Summary: Trapped in a madman’s castle, a young girl must fight to save her sanity Thunder bellows as Jenny and her father pull up to the gate of Worthington Hall. As they inch onto the grounds of the ancient estate, a disheveled young woman thrusts her head through OMG! What happens next??? Read on… »
Dove recaps Help Wanted by Richie Tankersley Cusick and has to resort to bullet points, as this book has a lot going on, most of which is silly, pointless, or offensive.
Dove recaps April Fools by Richie Tankersley Cusick, wherein we meet the worst characters Cusick has ever dreamed up, Hildy and Frank. And then we pray for their deaths.
Dove recaps the garbled mess that is Teacher’s Pet by Richie Tankersley Cusick. It may suck, but at least it has a cat in it.
Dove recaps The Lifeguard by Richie Tankersley Cusick, a book so painfully obvious, it practically announces the killer on the first page. But, you know, red herrings, hot cheerful boys, intense quiet boys, and people who run away to privately owned islands. Your standard baffling Cusick fare.
Dove recaps Dream Date, which is kind of like Nightmare on Elm Street fanfic, where Freddy gets woobified, and all he needs is the love of a good woman. And to kill everyone else in her life.
Dove and I received news today that made us absolutely giddy. Thanks to H.R. Holden’s blog, we learned that Scholastic has announced new Point Horror books to be released starting in May 2013, for the Internet generation. I’M SO EXCITED. I’M SO EXCITED. I’m so … scared. (I know I’m not the only one who OMG! What happens next??? Read on… »
Though Caroline B. Cooney did write some of my favorite Point Horrors of all time (The Cheerleader | The Return of the Vampire | The Vampire’s Promise), I’ve never read The Perfume. Since our names + evil twins come from this book, it was fitting that it would be my first recap. Title: The Perfume OMG! What happens next??? Read on… »