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Someone wants to talk to Karen badly. Very badly. Someone who has something very special to say. Someone is calling Karen to say they care. To tell her the plans they've made just for her. Someone wants to reach out. Touch her. Kill her. Poor Karen. She's all alone this time. And if Karen can't trace the killer caller...Karen's going to die.


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Someone wants to talk to Karen badly. Very badly. Someone who has something very special to say. Someone is calling Karen to say they care. To tell her the plans they've made just for her. Someone wants to reach out. Touch her. Kill her. Poor Karen. She's all alone this time. And if Karen can't trace the killer caller...Karen's going to die.

30 review for Call Waiting (Point Horror)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca McNutt

    This book has me thinking of the ever-popular 8675309 song. It's a cheesy little thriller reminiscent of the 1980's and films like Slumber Party Massacre and Prom Night, but though it's a little limited in the way of vocabulary and good character development, if you love horror I'd still definitely recommend it, if for nothing more than a laugh.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Krystal

    This was definitely one that I re-read multiple times. Something moderately creepy but also fun. Not that I remember any of it now, LOL

  3. 4 out of 5

    Audrey

    Great googly-moogly. I just-- You know, if you have mental issues and you get help, I am here for you. Because if you were like this girl Karen, and you were jumping and screaming because there was snow in your boots, or because the phone rang, or your brother made fun of you eating Pop Tarts, that must be a really difficult way to live. I would think that the assistance of your choice would make life bearable; take the edge off everything that was setting you off, especially if you were set off Great googly-moogly. I just-- You know, if you have mental issues and you get help, I am here for you. Because if you were like this girl Karen, and you were jumping and screaming because there was snow in your boots, or because the phone rang, or your brother made fun of you eating Pop Tarts, that must be a really difficult way to live. I would think that the assistance of your choice would make life bearable; take the edge off everything that was setting you off, especially if you were set off by everything. That would suck. But in this book, Karen is not just living like that, she's living like that because she's determined to keep a boy, a goatlike boy with Alpine-chiseled ski features (tm Meriam Cadell) whose lines are basically: "Are you okay?" "All right." Meanwhile Karen sees him talking into a payphone and loses her shit sideways. Like beyond normal rational or even high-schooler behavior. She thinks Goat Boy is cheating on her because he arrived home late (she was sitting outside in her car, watching, despite it being winter) so she CRASHES HER CAR. She may or may not have pushed the girl she thinks Goat Boy is cheating on her with down a flight of stairs. She does the thing in the book, that you know what I mean, I'm just not spoilering you on it -- and then tries to pretend to Goat Boy it was a joke. Karen needs help. She needs a better book. This book needs a better ending. I need a drink.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kirsty

    Holy crap this book is terrible. Everyone has serious mental health problems, not a single one of them reacts to anything in a psychologically healthy way. Is the secret twist that they all have PTSD from some unmentioned trauma before the book started? It's the only possible explanation.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ken

    Karen is convinced that her boyfriend Ethan is no longer interest in her and that he’s more interested in the most popular girl at school called Wendy. The suspicion is driving her nuts, then the threatening phone calls begin... This was such a disappointment even by Point Horror standards.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Caroline Bennett

    Before I begin, can I just ask how Micah can complain in a velvety voice? Spent a good five minutes trying to imagine that one! Reminds me of: the movie Pillow Talk with Doris Day. "It was probably just a practical joke" moment: (view spoiler)[Karen should have thought this more often. What with that brother and cousin of hers we must have had a world record of disappointing cliff hanger chapter endings. The best was the "it isn't a joke" kitchen knife dream. Though I think Ethan said it a few ti Before I begin, can I just ask how Micah can complain in a velvety voice? Spent a good five minutes trying to imagine that one! Reminds me of: the movie Pillow Talk with Doris Day. "It was probably just a practical joke" moment: (view spoiler)[Karen should have thought this more often. What with that brother and cousin of hers we must have had a world record of disappointing cliff hanger chapter endings. The best was the "it isn't a joke" kitchen knife dream. Though I think Ethan said it a few times about the calls. "You probably just imagined it" moment: No one said this. But she really did, didn't she. Innocent victims?: Karen was straight up damaged. So was Micah, Ethan must have a thing about crazy chicks. Only truly innocent victim was poor Wendy, whose art project and little-old-self got pushed down the stairs for no good reason. Why the hell didn't Karen get disciplined for that? How blindingly obvious?: Yeah, totally obvious. But the author knew that, cause they threw the first twist in early on. Enjoyable all the same, enjoyed Karen's descent into craziness. Second twist was very fun, and pretty creepy. However, also obvious as why the hell else would you introduce a random clock into someone's house in a beginning chapter? Plot holes / Unfinished plot lines: Poor Adam. The life of a red herring doesn't get much resolution does it? Hopefully he goes to college and meets folks as interested in history as he is. He settles down with a nice French major and they set up a museum all about the French Revolution and have interpretation panels about what they actually did with all those heads. Also, what exactly is the message of this book? That pretending you have a psycho stalker is a good way to keep your wavering-towards-cheating-boyfriend? In reality, as soon as she told Dr. Rudman about the calls from her own brain on a phone that doesn't work she'd be on anti-psychotic meds faster than you can say "this is your imagination calling". Why did Jake not like Karen? Apart from her being a whole lot of drama that Ethan does not need in his senior year? I know why really. To create another red herring. But I like my red herrings caught and lined up with an explanation. Inappropriate happy ending: They just leave and Micah lets out sobs of defeat? Yeah, I'm not sure Micah is gonna go that quietly. The next day at school is gonna be awwwkwward. (hide spoiler)]

  7. 4 out of 5

    Orrin Grey

    I recently found a pile of old R.L. Stine books at my mom's place. Not the Goosebumps stuff, but some of his YA books for high schoolers. I decided to read them partly out of curiosity, and partly because I needed something low-stress during a busy couple of months, and found myself enjoying them more than I expected. From this handful of books, I can see why Stine was such a big deal. The writing is short and sharp. Lots of short sentences, lots of short paragraphs. Nothing fancy, but propulsiv I recently found a pile of old R.L. Stine books at my mom's place. Not the Goosebumps stuff, but some of his YA books for high schoolers. I decided to read them partly out of curiosity, and partly because I needed something low-stress during a busy couple of months, and found myself enjoying them more than I expected. From this handful of books, I can see why Stine was such a big deal. The writing is short and sharp. Lots of short sentences, lots of short paragraphs. Nothing fancy, but propulsive. This was a weird book to start on, though, In spite of its When a Stranger Calls-ish premise, there's actually very little peril in this book, and the back cover plot doesn't really get going until the last third. Also, every chapter ends with a silly cliffhanger that's intended to make you catch your breath, but always gets explained away as a joke or misunderstanding in the first sentence of the next chapter. The book equivalent of a cat scare in a movie.

  8. 5 out of 5

    mindy

    Okay. This book was almost complete trash. I haven't read a Fear Street title since I was a kid, and I don't know why in the world I enjoyed these books. Basically Karen is getting "mysterious phone calls" where someone is threatening to kill her and needs her boyfriend , Ethan, to be at her side at all times to "protect" her. Karen is a complete psycho. She has anger issues, mumbles to herself constantly, is super clingy.at one point she says (repeatedly) that she's going to kill a girl because Okay. This book was almost complete trash. I haven't read a Fear Street title since I was a kid, and I don't know why in the world I enjoyed these books. Basically Karen is getting "mysterious phone calls" where someone is threatening to kill her and needs her boyfriend , Ethan, to be at her side at all times to "protect" her. Karen is a complete psycho. She has anger issues, mumbles to herself constantly, is super clingy.at one point she says (repeatedly) that she's going to kill a girl because she thinks Ethan might be cheating on her. That same girl falls down a flight of stairs during an argument she was having with Karen. I'm not saying Karen pushed her, BUT KAREN DEFINITELY PUSHED HER. and that ending. Oh my god, thank god this was on,y 150 pages because that was awful. I'm giving it two stars instead of one because Ethan worked at the Sizzler, and the constant discussion of Sizzler made me laugh & feel nostalgic.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Rainey

    I love how awful this is. It exploits the idea of hysteria and "boy-crazy" in teen girls, combining it with misdirection and tension. But it's almost a parody when read against today's society. Oh, Stine- I love you.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Brooke

    It's not as "scary" as his books usually are and I hated the characters...all of them...but it still surprised me in the end, just when I thought I knew what the ending would be. It's a fast, easy read but it still keeps up the suspense. R.L. Stine is a master. I think I'll be keeping my tradition of reading a book of his each spring forever.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Erin Talamantes

    I love R.L. Stine. He reminds me of my childhood and teenage years. This book is so much fun to read. It’s very nostalgic for me, but still has a good plot. Karen is an interesting main character with some crazy high teenage emotions that she doesn’t know how to handle. A really easy and fun book. Nice plot with a good twist that I enjoyed.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Layla

    Totally ridiculous!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Trevor Wells

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I'm a huge fan of R.L. Stine. I like his style of writing and his work is really good (especially his Fear Street series). But there are some books where he isn't at his best. This is kind of one of them. Karen's a teenage girl who suspects her boyfriend Ethan is cheating on her with a girl from school named Wendy. Soon after, Karen starts getting threatening phone calls from a person who claims they want to kill her... ...except they aren't, because it's revealed later on that Karen was making up I'm a huge fan of R.L. Stine. I like his style of writing and his work is really good (especially his Fear Street series). But there are some books where he isn't at his best. This is kind of one of them. Karen's a teenage girl who suspects her boyfriend Ethan is cheating on her with a girl from school named Wendy. Soon after, Karen starts getting threatening phone calls from a person who claims they want to kill her... ...except they aren't, because it's revealed later on that Karen was making up the calls to keep Ethan with her. I wasn't very surprised by this, because it was obvious the calls were fake since we never read about what the caller was saying exactly. And even less surprising, soon afterwards, Karen starts getting REAL calls. Now, I'll admit, I was wondering who was making the calls. Some of my suspects were: Ethan (to get Karen out of the way so he could be with Wendy) Micah, Karen's best friend (they got into a big fight and their friendship fell apart) Adam, Karen's cousin (he was weird. That's about it.) Jake, Ethan's best friend (he has a raspy voice, like the caller) And Wendy (to get Karen out of the way to be with Ethan) The ending was so-so. While the buildup, the reveal of the caller and their motive (it was Micah who did it to get Karen out of the way so she could be with Ethan, who she was secretly dating), and their final confrontation were exciting, the ending where Ethan chooses to be with Karen and they just leave was...unsatisfying. I mean seriously!? Micah just tried to kill Karen, and they just waltz out of there like nothing happened. And Micah just lets them! It was just disappointing. Another complaint I have is with the characters Wendy and Adam. They both could've and should've been removed completely from the story. They were both just red herring characters made simply to make the mystery of who was making the calls more complicated. Plus, Karen becomes VERY obsessive over Ethan. She's constantly screaming at him and suspects him of cheating. I know some teenage girls are like that, but it's just annoying. But it's still a good book to read for those who like mysteries.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Is

    I'm not ragey anymore. but I still have that feeling of, not disappointment, but disillusionment. Call Waiting is a masterful piece of exaggeration—the cringey, please stop using exclamation points type of piece. Honestly, I don't know which to hate more...the writing, the plot, or the characters. From Karen, our MC, to Ethan, the love interest. I didn't realize it until I started reading Stine's work again, in my adult years, how each "suspenseful" chapter endings were all this like shocking endin I'm not ragey anymore. but I still have that feeling of, not disappointment, but disillusionment. Call Waiting is a masterful piece of exaggeration—the cringey, please stop using exclamation points type of piece. Honestly, I don't know which to hate more...the writing, the plot, or the characters. From Karen, our MC, to Ethan, the love interest. I didn't realize it until I started reading Stine's work again, in my adult years, how each "suspenseful" chapter endings were all this like shocking ending only to be totally frivolous things in the beginning of the next chapter. Or, the way the characters are all this cartoonish exaggeration of teens. Thing with this book is all of the above, and more. sometimes you shouldn't touch a memory that held good memories, because you might just taint them :/

  15. 4 out of 5

    JK

    I found a few of my old, young adult books while cleaning, so I'm going to give them a bash. It's quite a difference reading books which are so short, and with such massive text size! R.L. Stine was one of my favourites while growing up, first Goosebumps, then Point Horror as I 'matured'. It was interesting to read this one from an adult's perspective, but I was sad to discover I didn't enjoy it quite as much as I was expecting! To begin with, the entire story was incredibly predictable. I worked I found a few of my old, young adult books while cleaning, so I'm going to give them a bash. It's quite a difference reading books which are so short, and with such massive text size! R.L. Stine was one of my favourites while growing up, first Goosebumps, then Point Horror as I 'matured'. It was interesting to read this one from an adult's perspective, but I was sad to discover I didn't enjoy it quite as much as I was expecting! To begin with, the entire story was incredibly predictable. I worked out about ten pages in who this 'phantom' caller was going to be, and the other little plot points weren't too difficult to fathom. This is a kid’s book, though, so I’m sure I can forgive this. Stine portrays his teenage characters quite well; I think he gets their feelings and actions spot on. In particular, Karen's crazy teenage girlfriend behaviour was quite accurate, and can be attributed to people in real life quite easily. For this reason, I didn't like Karen. She was a complete brat, very selfish, and cracked in the head. I didn't particularly like any of the characters; none of them were developed enough. I liked that the book was set in the 90s. It was so odd to read, especially as it's set around telephone calls and there were no mobile phones in those days. I also enjoyed the incredibly 90s Saved by the Bell patter that was peppered through the dialogue. Awesome! This definitely isn't R.L. Stine's best. There are many other Point Horrors he has written that have had me terrified. I think it may be down to the fact that there isn't anything supernatural going down in this one, just emotions and silly behaviours. It was enjoyable nonetheless and has inspired me to have a dig for the huge amount of others I had back in the day.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jefry

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. In the begining karen was normal but it all started with karen going out with ethan. Her and her friend went to ethans house to see if he was lying to her about canceling a date with her. She thought that he had canceled the date because he was cheating on her with wendy. She and her friend Micah where still in the car outside his house they finally saw him come home. She was relieved that he didn't cheat on her. When they saw him get in the house she got out of the car and got a wiper out of th In the begining karen was normal but it all started with karen going out with ethan. Her and her friend went to ethans house to see if he was lying to her about canceling a date with her. She thought that he had canceled the date because he was cheating on her with wendy. She and her friend Micah where still in the car outside his house they finally saw him come home. She was relieved that he didn't cheat on her. When they saw him get in the house she got out of the car and got a wiper out of the trunk. When she opened it there lied a body inside. She squeled and then her face turned with anger. Her mind quickly went to her brother. She noticed it was a mannequen that her brother put as a prank to scare her. When she got home she had a phone calll. When she answered someone told her she was going to die and then she called Micah. She was worried about it. She went to school the next day and forgot about it until they called her to go to the office and she had a phone call. Then she heard that horrible voice again it said that shes in her mind and that she cant escape her that she is going to die. When she got home later they called her again and told her they can see her and that she might die that day.She whent over to Ethans house when she got there she saw and found out who it was it was Micah because she was jelouse of them.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    I like to email my friends whole chapters. We had a Fear Street reading group in college (and by that I mean - everyone jump on my bed while Danielle leaves on the desk light and narrates while Bobby screams at every scene because he is drunkitydrunk and I secretly revel in the fact that I brought Fear Street back from my past) and I can't seem to let that Fear Street book club go. Viva R.L. Stine. If you want me to forward you the emails, just let me know. I use fancy red and black font.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    I am basing my stars off of what I vaguely remember about it. I remember, I think in the 5th grade reading this and thinking how grown up it was compared to R.L. Stine's main series Goosebumps. lol I was updating my digital library and stumbled across a book that made me suddenly remember this one.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Camille Vargas

    While most my friends were into Sweet Valley High or Nancy Drew, I grew up with R. L. Stine. One of the first few books I read after graduating from Goosebumps, this took teen dramas on a murdery level.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sophie

    Call Waiting Lust, desire, and loyalty all sound like normal things in someone’s life, but sometimes ends in destruction. The book Call Waiting by R.L. Stine involves all three of those characteristics and many more. This mystery has parts based off of reality that will truly get in your head. I give this book a three out of five star rating. This book has an amazing mystery that makes the main character believe she’s in danger. Stine also added many suspects to extend the story and gets you on Call Waiting Lust, desire, and loyalty all sound like normal things in someone’s life, but sometimes ends in destruction. The book Call Waiting by R.L. Stine involves all three of those characteristics and many more. This mystery has parts based off of reality that will truly get in your head. I give this book a three out of five star rating. This book has an amazing mystery that makes the main character believe she’s in danger. Stine also added many suspects to extend the story and gets you on the edge of your seat, and while all this is happening he includes the mental break down of the main character while she protects her relationship that may be going down the drain. R.L. Stine took a big jump by making the main character, Karen, enter the book seeming out of control. We immediately know that any small thing that would happen to her she’d make a big deal out of, because that’s the personality Stine left with her. She began getting calls by an anonymous man which, personally, I admired due to the suspension it added to the book. The calls came one after another, threatening her and due to her personality she made a big deal out of it. They stated they want to touch her and kill her, Karen became uneasy and this took a very dark turn which entertained readers. Stine threw in many characters in as possible suspects, which played a major role for the mystery and showed a huge strength in his writing. While Karen was telling her friends what happened with the call, they all thought she was over thinking it. It led her to think more of it. As Karen tried to figure out who this mystery “stalker” was many other suspects got in her head and she became more out of control. Stine used his power of adding characters to add suspension into the book. He stayed on focus with the characters throughout the book and it lost no detail while more people were added in. All the problems in this book come one after another and seems very unfocused. While Karen slowly started losing her mind she slowly convinced herself another girl wants to be with her boyfriend, Ethan. Stine made Karen a very obsessive character that runs into many problems, in the long run it was very hard to keep track of what was going on. Karen was on the verge of losing her mind, and wasn’t going to stop at a girl thinking she was going to get Ethan. This made her look even more mentally unstable. All in all, I think this book had a great story line and did a great job adding detail to hook the reader, but Stine did lose me at the end by adding too many conflicts with the main character. This book deserves three stars due to the amazing detail but lack of focus. I suggest this book for someone who would not get lost easily, it is a good read but hard to keep track of. It hooks you right away, you will never get bored of Karen and her problems.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Harriet

    If this is supposed to be a straight horror, like the other Point Horror books I've read are, it's a disaster. The plot is so full of holes and the characters behave in such bizarre ways that any effect the actually surprisingly dark plot could have had is completely lost. The ending is so rushed and unbelievable that I have to believe Stine hit a deadline, dashed out a final two pages for his unfinished first draft stream-of-thought novel, and sent it off to the printers. As satire, the book doe If this is supposed to be a straight horror, like the other Point Horror books I've read are, it's a disaster. The plot is so full of holes and the characters behave in such bizarre ways that any effect the actually surprisingly dark plot could have had is completely lost. The ending is so rushed and unbelievable that I have to believe Stine hit a deadline, dashed out a final two pages for his unfinished first draft stream-of-thought novel, and sent it off to the printers. As satire, the book does work. If R. L. Stine is trying to send up the 'crazy teenage girlfriend' character who appears in so many horror novels, he's done an impressive job. Two of the three female characters in the book are legitimately, hilariously nuts. Karen crashes her car and attempts to murder a schoolfriend because she thinks her boyfriend MIGHT be thinking about leaving her. Um. Stine's children's horror always had a sense of humour to it - I believe that's why they're so successful - but this book doesn't tread the line between tongue-in-cheek and deadly serious at all deftly. It feels disjointed and strange from the get-go. I still love R. L. Stine and I still love my old Point Horrors, but this is absolutely the worst I've ever read from either.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Amelia Winter

    The ending was disappointing, but it was an interesting read overall. What kept me reading on, was Karen's obsession with Ethan and how that obsession causes Karen to start losing her grip on reality. Whether it's parking outside his house to see what time he gets home on the suspicion that he's cheating on her, not remembering if she pushed Wendy, the girl she thinks is Ethan's new girlfriend, down the stairs at school, or her faking the threating calls, at first, so Ethan won't break up with h The ending was disappointing, but it was an interesting read overall. What kept me reading on, was Karen's obsession with Ethan and how that obsession causes Karen to start losing her grip on reality. Whether it's parking outside his house to see what time he gets home on the suspicion that he's cheating on her, not remembering if she pushed Wendy, the girl she thinks is Ethan's new girlfriend, down the stairs at school, or her faking the threating calls, at first, so Ethan won't break up with her. So, if you want a fun, cooky-spooky, go down childhood 1990's memory lane. Add "Call Waiting" to your TBR. Happy Reading!!!!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Bailey Peyton

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I used to be a HUGE fan of R.L. Stine Point Horror novels. I searched high and low for any and all of them back in the day, and this was quite a find. I was a fan of the Halloween Night duology, so I figured this would be more than up to snuff. Wrong, just.. wrong. The main character Karen is a needy girlfriend, who doesn't trust her boyfriend Ethan so much so, that the opening scene is literally Karen and her friend parked outside his house, stalking him to make sure he wasn't lying about havin I used to be a HUGE fan of R.L. Stine Point Horror novels. I searched high and low for any and all of them back in the day, and this was quite a find. I was a fan of the Halloween Night duology, so I figured this would be more than up to snuff. Wrong, just.. wrong. The main character Karen is a needy girlfriend, who doesn't trust her boyfriend Ethan so much so, that the opening scene is literally Karen and her friend parked outside his house, stalking him to make sure he wasn't lying about having to work late (real mature). Karen's lying doesn't stop there: the whole title begins as a lie!!! Karen, in her quest to get Ethan to care about her again, claims she is receiving threatening phone calls through the call waiting. Turns out, she doesn't have call waiting at all and when the calls become real, no one believes her. The ending is a twist, the writing is a major plus (Stine is the master of that internal dialogue) but the novel as a whole just doesn't do it for me. It makes girls seem like they are crazy liars who need to pretend to be weak to get their boyfriend to notice them.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Tazzie Dee

    When Karen feels like her boyfriend Ethan is pulling away from her, she’s convinced that he is seeing someone else. But that soon becomes the least of her worries, after she starts receiving sinister phones calls….from someone who claims that they can see her….and that she is going to die! Seeing that this is from R.L. Stine I had high expectations but I thought it was just all right. I couldn’t relate to any of the characters at all. And if any guys are reading this, let me tell you that not all When Karen feels like her boyfriend Ethan is pulling away from her, she’s convinced that he is seeing someone else. But that soon becomes the least of her worries, after she starts receiving sinister phones calls….from someone who claims that they can see her….and that she is going to die! Seeing that this is from R.L. Stine I had high expectations but I thought it was just all right. I couldn’t relate to any of the characters at all. And if any guys are reading this, let me tell you that not all girls are crazy like these ones! *-*

  25. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    Astonishingly bad. I thought Robot Stine had hit rock bottom with the Witness, but this excavates the whole area and digs even deeper down. Literally everything that happens in this book is a joke, a lie, a dream or a girl doing a pointlessly cruel thing to keep a (bland) boy. Wow, Robert. Wow. I read this for our podcast Teenage Scream, which dissects the best (and worst) of 90s Teen Horror. https://soundcloud.com/teenagescream

  26. 5 out of 5

    Megan Rogers

    This definitely did not stand the test of time and maturity. How the heck did RL Stine manage to get paid for these. Even ignoring the rampant sexism, the writing is just terrible. He really had a thing for redheads, and all the boys had rust colored hair. We were told at every opportunity that Jake had a hoarse voice. Nostalgia is probably the only reason I gave it a 2.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Bea Tea

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Unhinged main character lies about a murderous stalker in order to cling obsessively to a boyfriend whose interest in her had waned. She stalks her boyfriend, screams at her friend (who she almost kills), and attempts to murder a potential love rival. Everybody seems to love her for this and she gets a happy ending. A weird, exacerbating read.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Alex

    I remembered the title and cover of this book, but not much else - probably because this was pretty bad. Karen is absolutely psychotic, and being in her head was not fun. The ending is also completely unsatisfying, and this was just a weird book all in all.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jihae

    This book covered a lot of different emotions between people and how much love could change a person's life. While reading this book, there were times when I felt frustration and the feeling of my heart is blocked. It was a thriller book and I enjoyed it very much.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kerry Liddle

    I loved these when I was a kid. I'm now getting to re-read them after daughter has finished them

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