The New Year's Party

  • Title: The New Year's Party
  • Author: R.L. Stine
  • ISBN: 9780671894252
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback
  • The New Year s Party Ring in the new fear P J wasn t supposed to die It was just a practical joke no big deal But P J had a bad heart The kids at Reenie s Christmas party couldn t tell the police what they d done so the
    Ring in the new fear.P.J wasn t supposed to die It was just a practical joke, no big deal But P.J had a bad heart The kids at Reenie s Christmas party couldn t tell the police what they d done, so they hid the body and then it disappeared.Now someone is killing them, one by one Someone is taking P.J s revenge but who By midnight they ll know Because when the clock cRing in the new fear.P.J wasn t supposed to die It was just a practical joke, no big deal But P.J had a bad heart The kids at Reenie s Christmas party couldn t tell the police what they d done, so they hid the body and then it disappeared.Now someone is killing them, one by one Someone is taking P.J s revenge but who By midnight they ll know Because when the clock chimes, they ll all get a kiss The kiss of death.

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    1. Robert Lawrence Stine known as R L Stine and Jovial Bob Stine, is an American novelist and writer, well known for targeting younger audiences Stine, who is often called the Stephen King of children s literature, is the author of dozens of popular horror fiction novellas, including the books in the Goosebumps, Rotten School, Mostly Ghostly, The Nightmare Room and Fear Street series.R L Stine began his writing career when he was nine years old, and today he has achieved the position of the bestselling children s author in history In the early 1990s, Stine was catapulted to fame when he wrote the unprecedented, bestselling Goosebumps series, which sold than 250 million copies and became a worldwide multimedia phenomenon His other major series, Fear Street, has over 80 million copies sold.Stine has received numerous awards of recognition, including several Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards and Disney Adventures Kids Choice Awards, and he has been selected by kids as one of their favorite authors in the NEA s Read Across America program He lives in New York, NYcmillan itsthefirstda


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    1. fear street is my most read books when i was still a young girl scaring and addicting

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    2. A great story! Loved it! From the beginning on I had the feeling that those two from the past had something to do with it. Really enjoyed it; easy to read, scary, frightning, thrilling, lot of deaths, creepy atmosphere. - There were a couple of flash-backs to the past; the story was told in different perspectives, in different times, and you could feel the suspense through the entire story. I think the ending, the confrontation between "the three", could have been a bit longer and more detailed, [...]

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    3. I remembered the ending about quareter of the way into the book. It pretty much ruined the whole thing. This is one of those books where the plot is nothing except a vehicle to get you to the twist ending. Also, how did Liz fake parents to the cops?

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    4. THIS WAS BOOK AWESOME! I NEVER WOULD'VE GUESSED THAT THOSE NEW KIDS IN THE BOOK WERE THE ONES FROM THE 60'S THAT KILLED THAT BOY.

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    5. Is book was really interesting and mysterious. I reccomend this book to people who like horror.

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    6. I really thought it was a good book. It was suspense and it had alot of twist in it.

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    7. Love this one. Very fun and interesting.

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    8. Reviewed on Lili Lost in a BookReenie and her friends love pulling pranks on each other—these stupid games where they try to scare the crap out of each other by pretending to be dead.Maybe we should stop playing this game, Reenie thought. Maybe we should stop right now—tonight—before someone goes too far.It is honestly so dumb and I was not, in the slightest, surprised when their little games turn to reality and actually get someone killed. Sorry Reenie! But you were just a bit too late! A [...]

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    9. And I thought The Baby-Sitters Club took me back!Background: My Reading HistoryIn tandem with reading Ann M Martin’s tales of teenage baby-sitters and their adventures, I was also reading R.L. Stine’s novels about teenagers in horror-type situations. I began reading the Fear Street series in fifth grade, and read them until about ninth or tenth grade. I don’t recall what book series I moved on to after that. I’m actually not sure if I chose any book series in high school. I don’t remem [...]

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    10. 3.5 starsThis was an enjoyable quick read. However, I did figure out the connection between 1965 and "present day" early, however, there was one character I didn't figure out in the "present day" so that made for an enjoyable little twist at the end.1965 - Beth and Jeremy leave a New Year's party early as a mean joke was played on Jeremy to make fun of him. However there is ice on the road and Jeremy is speedingdid they hit someone or was it just an animal? (view spoiler)[They hit a boy, and in [...]

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    11. Sure, this book was both predictable and had a left field twist without any clues just for shock value but it sure was entertaining. And I finally got a Fear Street book with a supernatural element. I thought after 9 months of reading these books I would never get that but FINALLY!

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    12. I loved the super chillers lol the fear street series all the books are just great for teens I adored them I used to devour these books in my teens I highly recommend this series to anyone who wants to get all teenagers reading rather than playing video games

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    13. Fear Street kali ini agak bertema "Final Destination" meskipun tidak semuatokohnya akan mati,balas dendam masih jadi tema seri ini seperti kebanyak kisah Fear Street lainnya,namun Cerita dan Endingnya masih akan membuatpembacanya berdecak kagum

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    14. Een boekje om tussendoor te lezen, om te relaxen. Typisch R.L.Stein, skjoe.

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    15. 2/5 stars. I think I have officially retired from reading these, although I did it for fun. This one was very predictable, and not really enjoyable. There really isn't much more to say.

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    16. Bagus, saya suka yang ini karena ceritanya dan beberapa tokohnya menarik. Asli, bener-bener gak nyangka sama twistnya.

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    17. I finished this book in less then seven days. I rarely ever finish books because I don't find most of them very interesting. This one caught my attention and kept me reading it. The book started off a with a story based in the 1960's, and then continued with another story based in present time. At first, I thought that was a little weird until the two stories were connected towards the end of the book. A little past halfway in the book, I was able to predict the ending of the book, and it turned [...]

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    18. The split between a past tragedy and the present-day kids being forced to suffer for it is entertaining, with an end you won't see coming.

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    19. I think this is one of the few Fear Street books that I didn't read as a kid. I was looking around Half Price and just snatched this copy off the shelf. Not gonna lie, I was completely confused at first. The book starts from the POV of a girl in 1965 at a friend's New Year's party and some stuff happens that I won't say because I don't even want to spoil anything (even if it happens in the first three chapters). Then it switches to the present time with a different group of people. The book focu [...]

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    20. Plot Synopsis: Reenie (short for Maureen) and her friends are always playing jokes on each other--scary pranks to freak each other out. But they're always in good fun--until they decided to play a prank on the new kid PJ at Reenie's Christmas party. PJ had a heart conditiond it appears this time, the joke has gone too far. Things only get scarier when PJ's body disappears.d soon after, Reenie's friends begin to get murdered one by one. Who is out to get Reenie's friends--and will any of them liv [...]

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    21. First, let's talk about that cover. Liz is killing it in her red velvet dress. Also, I'm not opposed to the creepy black decorations. Sometimes the New Year can be very solemn like this one, for example.Our protagonist is Reenie. If your name is Maureen, please, dear god, do not go by Reenie.The back cover is very misleading. Which I guess is a good thing in some ways? The Christmas Party mentioned on the back doesn't happen more than halfway through the book in present time. The book opens with [...]

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    22. The New Years PartyBy R.L. SteinRealistic Fiction208 pages10/28/12This book is about a girl named Reneie. She has a bunch of friends and she decides to throw a new years eve party. She invites the new girl and boy at her school. The planned a prank on P.J. the new kid and he had a heart attack and died. Since Reneie was to afraid to tell the police she lied and her friends hid the body. A few days later her friend was killed by having their neck broken. Everybody was frightened by then. Then the [...]

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    23. I usually strictly read romance, no horror or such but I bought this book because I've always wanted to read another book after R.L. Sines's Goosebumps when I was a child. At first I regretted buying it because the beginning is slow and I hated reading about something that happened so long ago but that was for only for a chapter and then it switches to present time.That confused me but it caught my attention. I had no idea how two events that happened so far away from each other could possibly r [...]

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    24. Reenie and friends like to play practical jokes on each other, usually involving someone pretending to die. Liz and P.J. are the new kids in school, and P.J. is odd. Reenie throws a Christmas party, where they plan to prank P.J. but things don't go according to plan. This whole plot doesn't happen until the last 30% of the book, the whole first 70% is full of stupid pranks and Reenie thinking they should be nicer to P.J. There is also an award flashback scene, inserted in a random spot. Author s [...]

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    25. This was. ridiculous.The story was interesting with some suspenseful scenes and the alterating time lines does make me wonfer where the plot is going.But, I was expecting this to be a serial killer story, instead the supernatural element suddenly appears in the end with no explanation.Well, in the beginning, there are hints of supernatural coming into play but this bring more problems with the book as there plotholes regarding the supernatural elements and it leaves me wondering how this happens [...]

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    26. This is a book that I used to love when I was younger (late elementary to middle school) and thought it would be a fun one to re-read. While I still remembered one of the twists and later figured out the final twist before it happened, it was still a fun read. It read very much like a cheesy 80s horror movie--you know the type, with several plot holes that wouldn't cut it in the real world--but since I love those, of course I enjoyed this. I remembered a few parts other than the twists but some [...]

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    27. This is the first book I have ever read by R.L. Stine and I really liked it. Even though it's teen based, this book kept me reading, even more so than some adult mystery/horror writers. As part of the "Fear Street" series, the story takes place during two different era's- the 1960s and current (1990s). This has a "Carrie" like theme where a boy is taken to a party as a joke, and then things happen. (No Spoilers here) I read the whole book in one setting (around 2-3 hrs). I will check out some of [...]

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    28. It's a "5-Star" read anytime an R.L. Stine novel surprises me with its twists and turns. "The New Year's Party" did just that. After reading the novel (which is pretty standard Stine fare), I found myself flabbergasted that I didn't see some of the glaringly obvious plot twists along the way. Maybe it's because the teens in this one are as irritating as they come? As my book club partner Jennifer remarked, "As a group, these kids are the biggest dickweeds we've come across yet!" Couldn't have sa [...]

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    29. R.L. Stine's The New Year's Party is just all right. I read this a long time ago when I was in the fifth grade, and I can't remember it leaving much of an impression on me then. I like the twists that occur in the book, although I think the motivation for the bad folk is not made clear enough. It doesn't make sense, quite, why what happens happens. I'm speaking kind of vaguely, should you want to read the book. But basically, even though I liked it fine, I wouldn't recommend reading it. Best to [...]

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    30. One of my Favourite RL Stine books,love the Cool endingsthat different with any other RL Stine books! Flashback system stories between 1965 & presentmake me curious, keep guessing & guessing the endingbut, RL Stine have a different style to answer the ending :D3 thumbs up for this book! Moral of this Story : -Never bullied weak,nerd,&diseased people, because they can take More Severe Revenge-Bullied people don't feel right first,because sometimes they can hurt other people inadverten [...]

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