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Lights…camera…murder… Kody Frasier always swore she’d come back to 99 Fear Street. She knows the spirit of her dead sister, Cally, is trapped there, waiting to be set free. Now Kody is starring in a movie about the evil that murdered Cally, set in the very house that destroyed their family. If she can just find Cally, can help her… But Cally doesn’t want to be saved. She’s Lights…camera…murder… Kody Frasier always swore she’d come back to 99 Fear Street. She knows the spirit of her dead sister, Cally, is trapped there, waiting to be set free. Now Kody is starring in a movie about the evil that murdered Cally, set in the very house that destroyed their family. If she can just find Cally, can help her… But Cally doesn’t want to be saved. She’s been waiting all this time for revenge. And once the movie camera is rolling, Cally is going to give Kody the surprise ending of a lifetime!


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Lights…camera…murder… Kody Frasier always swore she’d come back to 99 Fear Street. She knows the spirit of her dead sister, Cally, is trapped there, waiting to be set free. Now Kody is starring in a movie about the evil that murdered Cally, set in the very house that destroyed their family. If she can just find Cally, can help her… But Cally doesn’t want to be saved. She’s Lights…camera…murder… Kody Frasier always swore she’d come back to 99 Fear Street. She knows the spirit of her dead sister, Cally, is trapped there, waiting to be set free. Now Kody is starring in a movie about the evil that murdered Cally, set in the very house that destroyed their family. If she can just find Cally, can help her… But Cally doesn’t want to be saved. She’s been waiting all this time for revenge. And once the movie camera is rolling, Cally is going to give Kody the surprise ending of a lifetime!

30 review for The Third Horror

  1. 5 out of 5

    Fuzaila

    Ugh. Again, this was bad. I've never read anything as gross or ridiculous as this one. A suitable ending to a creepy trilogy. As promised, Kody Frasier returns to the house at 99, Fear Street nearly two years after the tragic death of her sister Cally and brother James. But this time, there is a whole movie crew with her. Bo intends to boost his slumping film career by filming the story of the Frasier's at the very house it all happened. And for publicity (and also lack of availability of other Ugh. Again, this was bad. I've never read anything as gross or ridiculous as this one. A suitable ending to a creepy trilogy. As promised, Kody Frasier returns to the house at 99, Fear Street nearly two years after the tragic death of her sister Cally and brother James. But this time, there is a whole movie crew with her. Bo intends to boost his slumping film career by filming the story of the Frasier's at the very house it all happened. And for publicity (and also lack of availability of other actress) Kody is playing the role of Cally Frasier. Kody is sure she would find her sister's ghost in the house and she wants to. But Cally's ghost is not so generous anymore. She's evil. She wants to destroy her sister, who gets to live, when she is all alone in that evil house. What will Cally do? What happens to Kody? And the evil house? I actually loved the idea of this book. Kody returning to the old house to fulfil a promise made to her dead sister. That was cool. But all that happened here, that I guess was meant to be scary, was just, gross. Really, 5 pages of swimming in vomit? AAARGH!! I almost vomited myself. I haven't read of any characer as stupid as Kody Frasier. All the supporting characters weren't any better. But the ending was slightly better than the rest of the story. Actual rating - 1.5/5

  2. 4 out of 5

    (shan) Littlebookcove

    Kody Frasier, makes a return. She always swore she would come back. And this time she brings a whole Hollywood film team with her! In my personal opinion not as good as they other two, but still a very good read.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    I wish that the second book had never existed and this third one had been a direct sequel. I actually really liked the idea here with them filming a movie based on the tragedy of Kody’s family. It seemed a little farfetched and unrealistic in the beginning, but once I decided to look past the little things that bothered me, it was pretty entertaining. The ending was the only part that I found to be a bit lacking. While it wasn’t horrible, I was fairly indifferent to how it all played out. The I wish that the second book had never existed and this third one had been a direct sequel. I actually really liked the idea here with them filming a movie based on the tragedy of Kody’s family. It seemed a little farfetched and unrealistic in the beginning, but once I decided to look past the little things that bothered me, it was pretty entertaining. The ending was the only part that I found to be a bit lacking. While it wasn’t horrible, I was fairly indifferent to how it all played out. The part where (view spoiler)[the housekeeper, handyman, and Mr. Lurie were revealed to be evil rat people (hide spoiler)] was dumb. There was this random revelation and then the book was over right away. I guess I just wanted more from that situation or maybe something else entirely.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Yuthika

    I didn't like Kody from Book 1 of this series - she's as flat and boring in Book 3. The entire story was laughable, and the mystery that was built in the previous books turned out to be comical. Was this a parody?

  5. 4 out of 5

    Leigha

    TW: Fire

  6. 5 out of 5

    Gabrielle

    used to love this one as a kid. Would recommend for anyone into horror or who likes R.L.Stine.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Cassi

    Not the best book in the trilogy but still really interesting.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Moe

    What did I think? I don't think I thought about anything other than me being happy for not getting into these series of "books". Why do I say that? Teenage pulp fiction is splattered like blood across the book. This book is like... I can't seem to think of what to say. The word that keeps coming into mind is Generic. Its like the imitation cheerios in the supermarket but book wise. It has a normal plot, a regular ending, and basic names for the characters. Interestingly enough, I couldn't help What did I think? I don't think I thought about anything other than me being happy for not getting into these series of "books". Why do I say that? Teenage pulp fiction is splattered like blood across the book. This book is like... I can't seem to think of what to say. The word that keeps coming into mind is Generic. Its like the imitation cheerios in the supermarket but book wise. It has a normal plot, a regular ending, and basic names for the characters. Interestingly enough, I couldn't help but stop reading it for some reason. I guess that's maybe why I gave my rating a 2-star instead of a 1. I guess. Just read the book. You'll see.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kaitlin D

    Kody has gone back to Fear Street but only to make a movie about her sister's life and she is playing her sister. The house is the same as she remembers and just as creepy. As the movie goes things start to happen like it did before. Soon she finds out something she's not supposed to and then things get worse. To find out how you must read.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ivy

    5 Finally finished this series after six years. Glad to see how the story ended. Happy to see Kody go back to 99 Fear Street and save her sister. Sad that she had to go through the horror again. Really glad that 99 Fear Street is gone. Hope Kody and her parents are finally free from that house. 5 ⭐ Finally finished this series after six years. Glad to see how the story ended. Happy to see Kody go back to 99 Fear Street and save her sister. Sad that she had to go through the horror again. Really glad that 99 Fear Street is gone. Hope Kody and her parents are finally free from that house.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Samantha Walker

    you have to read the first 2 to get it but its good it grabs the readers attention alot through out the story:)

  12. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    I enjoyed this series by R.L. Stine. It was unique with good plot lines and decent characters. I pretty much read anything by him.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Liliana

    Reviewed on Lili Lost in a Book This is the final book in the trilogy! At the end of the first book, Kody promised she would come back for her sister, and she did.... Along with a whole film crew. Yup. they’re filming Cally and Kody’s story where it actually happened. And Kody is the lead actress playing her sister. This was very weird. Why not just play herself? ‘Kody Frasier Returns to the House of Horrors to Play Her Own Dead Sister’ But I guess she finally got what she wanted? In book one she Reviewed on Lili Lost in a Book This is the final book in the trilogy! At the end of the first book, Kody promised she would come back for her sister, and she did.... Along with a whole film crew. Yup. they’re filming Cally and Kody’s story where it actually happened. And Kody is the lead actress playing her sister. This was very weird. Why not just play herself? ‘Kody Frasier Returns to the House of Horrors to Play Her Own Dead Sister’ But I guess she finally got what she wanted? In book one she was incredibly jealous of her sister to the point where it made me dislike her. But in this book I actually didn’t hate her. But anyway, I don’t know who thought it was a good idea to film in this house after everything that happened. Why would you do that? Why?! Also, the fact that when Kody experiences weird things in the house and none of the crew believe her, why? You’re there for a reason, aren’t you? She told you what happened in the house and know your making a movie about it? Why is it so hard to believe that these things are happening again? That was very frustrating. There were some pretty cool scenes where the filming and the FX stuff would be mixed with real horror stuff... and you just never knew what you were gonna get, so that was fun. Lol. Things about the house aren’t explicitly explained. We do get some hints here and there and we do, I guess, finally find out why Cally suddenly turned evil when she died. There was also a really weird revelation about the people who helped out around the house in all three books and I’m really confused? Just- why? It was kind of dumb. Overall, I thought this was a pretty average series with some pretty average characters. Fear Street connection: Kody’s come back to her old house on 99 Fear Street 😬

  14. 5 out of 5

    Chelsea Gouin

    The Third Horror is the final book in the House of Evil trilogy. In traditional R.L Stine fashion, the book is filled with gruesome stomach-turning horrors. After the failure of book 2, I was a bit skeptical about this book. In The First Horror, I didn't like Kody, I thought she was rather whiny. However, it's been 2 years since the events of book 1 and Kody has grown up and matured. I rather enjoyed this book. I found it much more excited then the previous novel. However, it still didn't match The Third Horror is the final book in the House of Evil trilogy. In traditional R.L Stine fashion, the book is filled with gruesome stomach-turning horrors. After the failure of book 2, I was a bit skeptical about this book. In The First Horror, I didn't like Kody, I thought she was rather whiny. However, it's been 2 years since the events of book 1 and Kody has grown up and matured. I rather enjoyed this book. I found it much more excited then the previous novel. However, it still didn't match the terror that the first book posessed. Being a hug R.L Stine and Fear Street fan, I've read a good number of his books. I recognized the traditional R.L Stine characters. The stuck-up girl, the cute fliratious boy, and the heroine that is basically likeable. I felt that this book was the perfect ending for the trilogy. Although the book is rather short, I found myself cringing in terror at a few scenes, gasping aloud when R.L Stine produced his usual twists and turns. I felt the ending was a bit rushed and unexpected. I love R.L Stine's endings, usually the most twisted part of his books. This one didn't disappoint. Although Cally did a complete 180 on her characterization, it was the perfect ending to this trilogy. I would reccomend this book to horror fans out there. I would advise people interested in this book to be warned...it's written for teens. Adults will not enjoy it half as much as teens. I am 20 years old myself and became hooked to the Fear Street books way back in middle school. Quite graphic in the description of the terrors, this book is fast-paced and addictive. You must start with the First Horror.

  15. 4 out of 5

    kylajaclyn

    And so it ends. This last book in the series is actually pretty sad. Basically, Kody is starring as her sister, Cally, in a Hollywood production about 99 Fear Street. But every time they get ready to film a scene that happened in real life, the props go from being fake to real with the help of Cally. See, Cally doesn’t believe Kody has come back to rescue her. So she wants revenge. Then, when Cally traps Kody in the basement while pretending to be her, Kody overhears Mr. Lurie, Mr. Hankers, and And so it ends. This last book in the series is actually pretty sad. Basically, Kody is starring as her sister, Cally, in a Hollywood production about 99 Fear Street. But every time they get ready to film a scene that happened in real life, the props go from being fake to real with the help of Cally. See, Cally doesn’t believe Kody has come back to rescue her. So she wants revenge. Then, when Cally traps Kody in the basement while pretending to be her, Kody overhears Mr. Lurie, Mr. Hankers, and Mrs. Nordstrom talking about controlling Cally and making her evil. Kody shows Cally the truth, and Cally brings Kody outside... into the arms of the three traitors! Kody believes she has been betrayed, but Cally assures her this is not the case. The trio turn into rats and Cally tells Kody to run. Kody makes it out of the house as Cally ignites the home with the TNT set up in the basement for the final scene of the movie. Three weeks later, Kody is with her boyfriend, Rob, and they receive a package with a video. When they put it in they see the house exploding. Kody sees a white figure waving at the camera slowly, and she realizes it was her sister saying goodbye.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ashley B

    I definitely prefer these novels from R.L. Stine that are targeted for older children and up. (Compared to the Goosebumps that are for children) I did really like this. It had a great idea behind it. I mean a girl coming back to the house that destroyed her family only to have to act out once more the horrors she suffered...... That's brutal! The book did start off very ominous, and sickeningly scary, but I feel that the ending (though happy) could have been better. I feel that at the climax, I definitely prefer these novels from R.L. Stine that are targeted for older children and up. (Compared to the Goosebumps that are for children) I did really like this. It had a great idea behind it. I mean a girl coming back to the house that destroyed her family only to have to act out once more the horrors she suffered...... That's brutal! The book did start off very ominous, and sickeningly scary, but I feel that the ending (though happy) could have been better. I feel that at the climax, the resolution was teetering on a needle and crashed on the wrong side. That's not saying that it wasn't bad, I just feel that the beginning vs the end had a different feeling and I preferred the beginning.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lynn K.

    This is pretty much just a rehash of the first book. Cody returns to the house with a film crew and they’re attempting to film a movie about her life in the house. A few new things happen, but mainly it’s just them blocking scenes and things going wrong and people getting hurt in almost the identical way that it happened in the first book.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Leander

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. It was kind of sad towards the end. But poorly explained. How were rat/human shapeshifters able to control a ghost? What were they? It'd've been way better if they had been Simon Fear and his wife. Kind of disappointing in tat aspect, but an ok read nonetheless.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Aaditya Sharma

    Really loved this book

  20. 4 out of 5

    Tanner Ashley

    Boring!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Patricia

    1 and 3 are the best of this series. Book 2 is kind of just filler.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Amber

    I love this author what a blast from my past so much spine chilling fun lol .... :)

  23. 4 out of 5

    Tiger Princess

    What a twisted ending!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Persephonie Cole

    I remember not liking this one as much as the other Fear Street novels. Still a fun foray into horror for a younger audience.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Lea Cappelli

    I feel this book is very spooky and creepy because Cally "the ghost" haunts her sister Kody. All Kody wants is to save her sister from the house but Cally doesn't want saving because she wants REVENGE!!!!!! I really recommend this book to any one that has a liking for horror and suspenseful books. This book not only has horror but will continue to spook you when reading this book. I will definitely continue to read the entire series and I hope you do to. There is a series to this book. If you I feel this book is very spooky and creepy because Cally "the ghost" haunts her sister Kody. All Kody wants is to save her sister from the house but Cally doesn't want saving because she wants REVENGE!!!!!! I really recommend this book to any one that has a liking for horror and suspenseful books. This book not only has horror but will continue to spook you when reading this book. I will definitely continue to read the entire series and I hope you do to. There is a series to this book. If you read this book I know you will enjoy it!!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Misty

    I loved this book the ending sure is a surprise. R.l. Stine gives a lot of shocking surprises in this the last installation of 99 fear street. Kody returns to her house of horrors to star in a movie about her family's experiences in the house. She joined only to once again see her sister Cally who she believes and rightly so, to be trapped in the house. Cally doesn't want to be rescued though, Cally wants revenge and she will get it to no matter what.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Erin Driscoll

    I recently hauled all of my old Fear Street books out of storage and am giving them a re-read after all these years. The 99 Fear Street Trilogy are the first books I picked out because I remember them being so scary back in the day. Now that I'm a lot older they're not scary, but still a quick fun read.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jacob Thomas

    This one kind of went off the wall but it was again just like one of the nightmare on elm street movies. Can you guess which one? That's right nightmare on elm street 3 when Nancy returned to the third sequel well Kody returns to the third sequel of this book series

  29. 5 out of 5

    Alex

    As a kid this book was my favorite in the trilogy, but as an adult that honor goes to the first book. I do still think the movie plot is cool, though, and the ending is still awesome. Overall, this trilogy held up surprisingly well.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Fartun Weere

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. amazing book like the other titles written by the same author

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