Author – R.L. Stine
Book Review For The Beach House
Terror on the beach, the sun is hot, the water is cold. The kids are cool, too cool to stay alive.
As a killer stalks them all one by one, he leaves no clues behind. Suddenly disappearing once his work is done, with not even a footprint left in the sand.
I gave this 5 stars.
I’m not usually into horror fiction, but this book gripped me from the very beginning, and I couldn’t put it down all the way through. If I could have sat and read this in one day I would have. I like the dynamic of the close group of friends.
Why I Enjoyed This Read
I loved the humorous side to it as well, it kept the story light and entertaining. What gripped me all the way through was the flashbacks, explaining what happened. It’s set in two different settings, 1956 and 1996. You were given a little each time, but not enough to understand the full story. It left you always wanting more.
Who Would Enjoy This Read
Anyone looking for a horror story, with light humor to it. A book that leaves you with excitement, suspense, and laughter.
This is a fun, easy to read a horror that I enjoyed very much. It was light but still gave me the goosebumps you expect with a horror story.