Publish date: August 7th 2012
Publisher: Open Road Young Readers
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
Series: Losing Christina (#1)
I read these books like they were going out of style back in middle school. They are a bit out of date being set in the 80s or early 90s, they are still fun, teenage horror reads.
When it comes to 80's and 90's YA horror, I have a weakness. I simply can't stop reading it, regardless of its quality. I've read every Fear Street novel I can get my hands on, I'm slowly chipping away at the Point Horror line, and I'm still buying every non-series books that fits the bill. And I'm ...
The sea was a mathematician. The sea kept count. They were the island princesses, marked out for sacrifice.When Christina gets sent to the mainland for junior high, she's excited about living off the island, about going to a normal school, and about boarding at the Shevvington's giant hotel on the...
Not my favorite but probably because it's about someone so much younger than me. But it had nice mystery to it. I do hate how the adults are never on the kids side, that isn't how it works in real life.
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