The Third Horror

The Third Horror Lights camera murder Kody Frasier always swore she d come back to 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 movi

  • Title: The Third Horror
  • Author: R.L. Stine
  • ISBN: 9780671885649
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 bLights 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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    1. 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.

    2. 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 a [...]

    3. 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?

    4. 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 [...]

    5. 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.

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

    7. 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.

    8. Very clear and I like how the author brought back the original characters for one finial showdown before it all becomes undone.

    9. 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 re [...]

    10. 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.

    11. 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.

    12. 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.

    13. 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

    14. I read this book while in middle school. I was a HUGE R.L. Stine fan and like most of his other books, I couldn't put it down.

    15. I saw the cover and immediately said "Oh I know you." The synopsis caught my glance and I see the word, the name, "Cally" and I have shivers now. Shit, I'm scared.

    16. Good ending! Loved this part aswell! Only there should have been more explaining about the mss. Nordstrom and the 2 other guys evil part of the house Besides that great book!

    17. 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! :)

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