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Summer of Fear - Lois Duncan
Summer of Fear
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Why is Rachel the only one to sense the evil that surrounds Julia?From the moment Rachel's cousin Julia arrives that summer, she seems to seep into Rachel's life like a poison. Everyone else is enchanted by her--including Rachel's boyfriend. But what does Julia really want?
Why is Rachel the only one to sense the evil that surrounds Julia?From the moment Rachel's cousin Julia arrives that summer, she seems to seep into Rachel's life like a poison. Everyone else is enchanted by her--including Rachel's boyfriend. But what does Julia really want?
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780440983248 (044098324X)
Publisher: Laurel Leaf
Pages no: 219
Edition language: English
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sunsetxcocktail
sunsetxcocktail rated it
I saw the movie version of this book recently and while the most entertaining thing about the movie was. Linda Blair's poofy hairdo the movie was reasonably close to the pot of the book. I found the book more enjoyable. A reasonably entertaining YA thriller about a girl who's cousin comes to live wi...
StephB
StephB rated it
4.0 Summer of Fear
Summer of Fear was written in 1976 for young adults and has won several book awards: California Young Reader Medal for Vermont Young Readers Award, Vermont Young Readers Award and the New Mexico Young Readers Award. I chose to read this book for my "Lifetime of Books" challenge. If I hadn't had th...
heidithebee
heidithebee rated it
3.0 Summer of Fear
I've been inspired to read a bunch of books from my childhood. During jr. high I went on a major Lois Duncan kick, including the nonfiction work about her daughter's murder. Rereading Summer of Fear instantly made me feel like I was 13 again... the good part of 13 of course.Rachel is your typical te...
lostinadream
lostinadream rated it
Oh wow, its so great to come across books from your past that you forgot. I read this book alot in 6th.7th and 8th grade. Id say of all her books, this was my favorite above the others, though her books were always close, she had such a knack for writing great reads.
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