Best Book Ever

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Coranne (or Amanda C.) from Short and Sweet Reviews hosts a weekly feature called "The Best Book Ever." Each week, different bloggers (some stay the same each week) will be "facing off" Food Network style to tell you why their choice of book is the best one in the genre. Each week a different topic will be featured.

This week's topic... Best Nostalgic Book Who didn't read a R.L. Stine Fear Street book as a kid? If you went through adolescence before the Goosebumps phase, you know exactly how awesome these books were. 
My pick for the week:
 The Thrill Club (Fear Street, #24)


M.A.D. said... .

I love R.L. Stine - wish I had the entire massive series lol [wouldn't it be fun to curl up with a plateful of chocolate chip cookies and read R.L.
Stine on a snowy weekend? :D ]

June 1, 2012 at 12:28 AM
The Flashlight Reader said... .

Some of my post didn't upload. Weird...

I have actually re-read a lot of the Fearstreet books over the last year for students. I had to read them to make quizzes to show they read them. LOL It's funny how cliche they are, but I still loved them. The plots are pretty predictable, but for a younger reader they are perfect.
June 1, 2012 at 4:00 PM

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