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Fear Street Where Your Worst Nightmares Live Emily wants to like her stepsister but it hasn't been easy As soon as Jessie moves in she takes over Emily's room steals Emily's clothes and lies to everyone Then Emily picks up Jessie's diary and learns a horrifying secret Is Jessie really capable of murder? Emily tries to tell her parents but no one believes her So it's up to Emily to expose the real Jessie if she can stay alive


10 thoughts on “The Stepsister Fear Street #9

  1. says:

    Ah the eternal uestion what would you do if your stepsister was a psycho? I really felt for Emily who despite having hair like shredded wheat didn't really deserve to have to share a room with a jumper stealing bitch We all know it isn't your jumper It's way too big for you Jeezus


  2. says:

    The story was ok the misdirection was good The parents are just characters in the background that aren't concerned about anything well no how much Stephen King the son is reading lol the get a way at the end was something It felt like a slap in the face from step papa he seriously suggest that? yes he really does Like most of the others it's great fun reliving these but not much to them


  3. says:

    TW Fire Death35


  4. says:

    Out of all RL Stine books this one is my ALL time favoriteWhen I was 12 I walked into a store and saw this book on a shelf I bought it and couldn't put it down I read it in one day After reading this over and over I started to become a fan of Fear Street and made it my mission to read all of the seriesI have read this book so many times I know it by heart LOLThis book is about a girl named Emily who's father died so her mother decides remarry Emily her mother and her sister Nancy live in the same house Her stepfather her step sister Jessie and her step brother moves in Emily has to share her room with Jessie at first Jessie is kind of mean to Emily when Jessie gets to Emily's room she takes Emily's Teddy Bear and rips the head off of it after that bad things start happening to Emily Someone puts peroxide in Emily's shampoo and her hair gets dyed green someone stabs Emily's dog with a knife and leaves him in the middle of the kitchen floor someone erases Emily's whole book report that she worked on for weeks someone sets the school bathroom on fire and locks Emily inside Emily is scared that it might be Jessie who is trying to kill her when she finds Jessie's diary one night and reads that Jessie might have commited a murderthis book has a surprise twist and a sad ending to it This is the best Fear Street book RL Stine has written I like this book because you don't suspect what happens in the end


  5. says:

    Adults are so naive in teen suspense novels


  6. says:

    So in this one RL Stine has turned up the misdirection and I loved it I was so busy looking left I didn't even see the tormentor right there It was a great trip down nostalgia lane


  7. says:

    I actually really enjoyed this one and it definitely made up for the mess that was the last Fear Street book I read Because if you remember my review for Haunted you know it left me likeThankfully The Stepsister doesn't revolve around a girl falling for her attempted rapist and that already gives it a big leg up Instead this story is about 16 year old Emily and her new step family After her father died in a freak drowning accident Emily's mother remarried and Emily has to share her room with her new step sister Jessie She starts out really excited about this until Jessie moves in and bad stuff starts happening at an alarming rate Like OMG The bunny is in the pot Fatal Attraction kind of bad thingsAnd since this is a Fear Street novel of course the parents don't seem evenly remotely concerned that someone is trying to murder one of their children and are useless It's a time honored tradition in these books I will forever appreciateThe ending was also a nice twist that was foreshadowed but not super obvious Spoilers for the twist ending behind the cutview spoilerI loved that it was her sister Nancy taking revenge because she blamed Emily for their father's death Looking back it made sense Stine actually did a really good job always making Nancy there when these things happened but just like Emily we never considered her to possibly be responsible for themI do wish the end hadn't been as happy I mean her own sister tried to murder her frame their step sister and had been mentally tormenting her for weeks Instead of dealing with that or explaining what happened to her sister we're left with Jessie and Emily goofing around and saying they're going to be like real sisters now I get it Every horror book or movie in the 80s or early 90s had these weird happy endings despite the fact that multiple people were dead It just hasn't aged well hide spoiler


  8. says:

    Wow I did not see that comingHonestly I thought anybody could have been up to something Sure it looks like Jessie is committing all the cruel acts but everyone else looked pretty suspiciousMaybe after what happened to their father Nancy OR Emily had snapped?Maybe Rich the uiet stepbrother was to blame?Maybe Jessie was doing everything after allI couldn't tell until the big reveal who was actually up to no good And when the truth was revealed view spoilerI was stunned to discover it was her sister I understand snapping after the death of a parent who wouldn't? But to act so lovingly and than be so horrible hide spoiler


  9. says:

    This book was about Emily a girl who's stepsister moves in Emily tries to like her but every time Jessie's around bad things happen to Emily and everything points to Jessie Emily doesn't know what to do should she trust Jessie? It made me feel surprised because I didn't expect nothing that happened in the book to happen I learned that everybody lies and has secrets I would recommend this book to everybody because this is an interesting book


  10. says:

    Wanting to revisit memory lane and enjoy those teen horror tales all over again I was ecstatic to nab some of these babies on E bay recently I remember reading this one because of the cover but every single aspect of the story alluded me As I age I seem to forget and It was great fun to re read stuff that meant so much to me then and is a uickie that even an adult wanting a leisurely read can enjoy I'm itching for my son to grow up a bit and enjoy these as much as I didCharacter wise we have nothing too complex as it's a fear street young adult and it is cursed with the usual melodrama teenage angst Still the characterization is strong enough for this type of book I really grew to love the little boy and get pissed at the mother as I should Surprisingly the mystery is a relatively good one Ok Ok I DID guess the culprit halfway through but only because that person was the least likely suspectFrom beginning to end the story moves fast with scene after scene was horror Dare I say that? Nothing too suspenseful or creepy great for the young adult reader to cuddle up with for good times It's not as good as some of his other stories though so this one earned the partner of three stars Just didn't stand out enough the motive and culprit wasn't surprising and some of the drama DID begin to wear on my nerves although I kept telling myself patience was needed because of the age levelStine's a great writer and it's hard to believe he can come up with some many different stories You would think after awhile the man would start repeating himself but he doesn't I would empty my meager savings for that sort of imagination