The Awakening Evil

The Awakening Evil Now the terror begins Everyone knows the story of the Evil The Evil that terrorized Corky Corcoran and the cheerleaders of Shadyside High The evil that destroyed Sarah Fear one hundred years ago Every

  • Title: The Awakening Evil
  • Author: R.L. Stine
  • ISBN: 9780671002978
  • Page: 356
  • Format: Paperback
  • Now the terror begins Everyone knows the story of the Evil The Evil that terrorized Corky Corcoran and the cheerleaders of Shadyside High The evil that destroyed Sarah Fear one hundred years ago.Everyone thinks they know the story.But the true story has remained hidden Only Sarah Fear knows where the Evil began What it wants And why it kills.Read Sarah s story and disNow the terror begins Everyone knows the story of the Evil The Evil that terrorized Corky Corcoran and the cheerleaders of Shadyside High The evil that destroyed Sarah Fear one hundred years ago.Everyone thinks they know the story.But the true story has remained hidden Only Sarah Fear knows where the Evil began What it wants And why it kills.Read Sarah s story and discover the truth at last.

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    1. This was one of my favorites from R.L Stine I read this book when I was very young but this book stuck with me and it made me cry something fierce. I loved how this could have been a great love story but ended tragically.

    2. I figured since I was whipping my way through the Cheerleaders Fear Street books that I might as well reread this one as well. I mean, it's not like it takes that long. This is the story of how the Evil was born. The story of Sarah Fear. My main problem with it is that it doesn't completely match up to what was already reveled about Sarah Fear in the Cheerleaders series. For example, her hair color is different. Yes, okay, not a big deal, but why? Also we're told about Sarah's full life, filled [...]

    3. Except for one slight problem concerning canon, I liked this book. Any questions the reader might have from the Cheerleaders series are answered, including (view spoiler)[why the Evil seems to "take the side" of the person it inhabits (hide spoiler)].

    4. Boy, what a mindfuck this one was. I had no clue what was going on until halfway through the book (I guess I forgot to read the tag line!). I would give Stine the credit for this, but this series was ghostwritten. It also felt more gruesome too.Moral of the Story: Don’t ever switch places with your best friend. I’m serious. Don’t ever do it. You’ve been warned.Here was my (confused) thought process throughout the first half of the book:Okay, pretty tame so far. Of course, the Fears are e [...]

    5. I think I liked the Fear Saga more than just plain old fear street the series just had more to it for me . I really loved all the twisted tales from this series so much fun I had an absolute blast reading all of these again in 2013 . :)

    6. I honestly didn’t like this at all. The first couple chapters were great and I was curious as to where the story was going. However, there hit a point though where all I felt was confusion. The knife scene in particular was pretty stupid. I’m sorry, but (view spoiler)[how does the death of a guy whose leg was cut off from his body get explained away as an accident? Everyone around was all, ‘oh he must have fallen when he was carrying those knives’. At first, I thought maybe it was Thomas [...]

    7. I just now remembered finding this at the Half priced book store when I was back in high school. And have to say that it was honestly my second R.L. Stine book I've ever read(Used to watch the show a bit more than read the books). And to say the least I had thought this was the original book of the fear series. But can see that this was only a very slim part of the Shady side world. But to say the least I did find this to be a very good yet scary story. I'm not big on horror reads but from what [...]

    8. I've actually only read this book once before, unlike the multiple times I've read most other Fear Street books. My library never carried these Saga books, so I ordered this one from Interlibrary Loan sometime in high school so I could finally find out Sarah Fear's true story and the origin of The Evil. I was pleasantly surprised by it then, and I still loved it now. This book is actually legitimately good, and the story behind The Evil and Sarah is fantastic. I didn't exactly remember how it al [...]

    9. I just read it today it is about a girl named sarah who is arranged to marry thomas fear. They married and while sarah visits a woman to drink tea with she tells her all these stories about the fear family and how their family is cursed. sarah choses not to listen and says that thos are just nasty rumors made up by the woman. but when weird unexplainable things start to hapen sarah starts to think about what the woman tols her.

    10. I had read this book when I was 12 (or maybe 13) and the story has stayed with me all these years. I keep coming back to this book mostly because every time I read it, I hope to find solace. Someday I will be able to read this book without being overwhelmed by sadness.

    11. For fans of thrillers - you'll definitely want to read this one! It actually scared the heck out of me (one of the only thriller/horror books I've read that has)!

    12. I was a huge R.L. Stine fan in my early teens! I loved all the fear street books! They are what got me into reading again! :)

    13. Got this for vacation and read it over drinks in about 6 hours but the story was good! I will probably read another of the Fear Street Saga soon!

    14. This book was great. I read it when i was in year 6. It gave me the chills especially as i was pretty young bck then and read it at night

    15. This one was different than I had expected it to be, but it was still about the same old formula that I'm used to in these. Powering my way through this series!

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