The Thrill Club

The Thrill Club Thrills and chills Talia Blanton could scare you to death She writes horror stories stories that often give her friends starring roles Everyone loves Talia s terrifying tales until they start to come

  • Title: The Thrill Club
  • Author: R.L. Stine Tom Perrotta
  • ISBN: 9780671785819
  • Page: 271
  • Format: Paperback
  • Thrills and chills Talia Blanton could scare you to death.She writes horror stories stories that often give her friends starring roles.Everyone loves Talia s terrifying tales until they start to come true One by one, Talia s friends become Talia s victims.Is Talia making her stories come true Or is someone trying to turn Talia s real life into a horror story

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    1. R.L. Stine Tom Perrotta

      Robert Lawrence Stine known as R L Stine and Jovial Bob Stine, is an American novelist and writer, well known for targeting younger audiences Stine, who is often called the Stephen King of children s literature, is the author of dozens of popular horror fiction novellas, including the books in the Goosebumps, Rotten School, Mostly Ghostly, The Nightmare Room and Fear Street series.R L Stine began his writing career when he was nine years old, and today he has achieved the position of the bestselling children s author in history In the early 1990s, Stine was catapulted to fame when he wrote the unprecedented, bestselling Goosebumps series, which sold than 250 million copies and became a worldwide multimedia phenomenon His other major series, Fear Street, has over 80 million copies sold.Stine has received numerous awards of recognition, including several Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards and Disney Adventures Kids Choice Awards, and he has been selected by kids as one of their favorite authors in the NEA s Read Across America program He lives in New York, NYcmillan itsthefirstda


    1. Acclaimed author Tom Perrotta says he wrote this book, although I sleuthed throughout to find any deviation to Stine’s usual style and found nothing suspect. I adore Tom as well so I also searched for signs of him. No luck. The plot does have a winking nod to ghostwriting which does seem like something Perrotta would do. I am curious how involved the ghostwriting process was. Did Stine heavily edit the book? Or is Perrotta just an excellent mimic? There are signature words such as “demanded [...]

    2. BOOKTUBEATHON DAY 1 (2017): face on the coverThis book completely sucked me in.The vivid images were gory and insanely creepy! I think this should be a movie, given with a proper ending. The book was short imo, as there were still things unsolved. I wanted a different ending.I wasn't a fan of the personalities of these characters, except Nessa.It was also confusing at times, if something happened or if it was the story created by one of the characters. Another annoying thing is how predictable t [...]

    3. Once again, this is a book spoiled by the explanation at the end and if you are a halfway observant reader, (view spoiler)[the explanation is spoiled within 20 pages of the story. I wish we got some explanation about Seth's father too. Why did he leave? Did something go wrong and that's why he died? (hide spoiler)] This book could have turned out so much better.

    4. The Thrill Club was certainly less than thrilling This next book in the Fear Street Series sees Talia and her boyfriend Seth writing horror stories featuring their friends for a little gathering they call "The Thrill Club", and it's all fun until the murders from the story become real. And Talia is starting to forget large chunks of her day and the evidence against her keeps piling up This book was short on the usual thrills and chills of Fear Street. It was pretty blase and only glossed over th [...]

    5. This book is fantastic. The storyline is very interesting. Talia Blanton and her friends form a group called The Thrill Club. Talia is in charge of writing horror stories in every meeting. The truth is her friend Seth is the one that has been writing her stories. The events that happen in these horror stories actually happen to Talia and her friends. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes horror. I would give this book 5 stars out of 5. Overall, this book is really great.

    6. I LOVED this when I was around ten. It was the equivalent of reading a horror movie that I couldn't watch enough times. I've read this book easily twenty-five times. I read a lot of Goosebumps when I was in elementary school, so I guess this was my middle school version. It's more serious than Goosebumps - this was right before my graduation into a Stephen King phase. Very quick read, and it's worth it if you read any R.L. Stine.

    7. This book is full of mystery and suspense that will leave you wondering. I recommend this book to people who like R.L Stine books especially Fear Street

    8. This was a very quick read, and definitely pretty interesting.The Thrill Club is a group of a few teenagers who meet every week to scare the crap out of each other. Well half of them walk along Fear Street to get home, so honestly WHY do you need to do anything EXTRA to scare yourselves?! The main character, Talia, writes scary stories for each meeting. Suddenly, her stories, are coming true.One major issue I had with this was, why the hell is she the only one writing the stories? It's the Thril [...]

    9. A group of friends have this club called the Thrill Club where they tell ghost stories and Talia Blanton reads her own each meeting. However, lately the stories aren't hers. She's been having her boyfriend Seth ghost write them for her. Some suspect this, but til the end it isn't really told that's happening. So these stories actually include the names of the members the first is about Shandel who has her throat slit walking past the cemetery. Well this story comes true and then Rudy another mem [...]

    10. The Bad: This book definitely makes up a ritual for Papua New Guinea culture and turns it into a death curse, another example of Western values looking at The Other and deeming it evil or threatening.The Amazing: This was the first(?) FEAR STREET book written by a ghost writer, and it is about a horror writer who is taking advantage of her ghost writer. The meta-ness is pretty great.

    11. Nostalgia alert! It was fun to revisit this book I vaguely remember from late elementary/early middle school. A nice atmospherically spooky (if cheesy!) read!

    12. A pesar de ser un libro realmente corto, te llena de todas las emociones posibles en tan sólo unas páginas, es increíble. Sientes que eres Talia.

    13. The upside is that the ending on THE THRILL CLUB didn’t come out of nowhere. The downside is that it’s still a typical Fear Street book with characters that are generally crappy to each other and are overall callous (at best) about the welfare of each otherE THRILL CLUB is about a club of teenagers who read scary stories to each other. That’s a club I could get behind. What I’m not so thrilled with is that Talia uses her club mates as fodder in her gruesome stories. Luckily no one else i [...]

    14. The title is ‘The Thrill Club’ and 2 girls are dying to join the thrill club there names are Talia and Nessa. Talia in the middle of the story she is spooking out because she is the victim. She keeps on doing stuff so that won’t happen anymore. At the very end she stops the ghost and that is what the story is about. The author is R.L. Stine and it takes place like after school. Nessa is Talia’s friend and she also wants to join the thrill club. She also has almost the same problems as Ta [...]

    15. The Thrill Club was a decent book. It is about a group of friends who meet every week and share horror stories. In the story we follow Talia Blanton. She is the one who writes the scary stories for the Thrill Club. For the last few weeks Seth, Talia's boyfriend, has been writing her stories for her and he writes about different ways the kids, from the Thrill Club, die. The stories start to come to life as her friends start to die the same way as in his story. Most people think that Talia is the [...]

    16. 3.5 starsI remember this as one of my favorite Fear Street books from my youth, and it did not disappoint me as an adult. The protagonist Talia writes scary stories for the Thrill Club, a group of friends who like to scare each other. Without giving too much away, the scary stories and pranks turn into real horror for Talia and her friends. I enjoyed that it was difficult to differentiate between the main plot, Talia's stories, and the pranks. Like most Fear Street books, the characters are ster [...]

    17. Posted originally on my blog: The Writer's InkwellWhenever you pick up a Fear Street novel, you never know what you are going to get. Sometimes the twist is obvious, sometimes not so much. This is one of the novels where I had no real clue who was behind everything that was happening. I'll have to say, that Stine did a phenomenal job not making the person nor their motive obvious. There was only one real clue to who it may be and for me I thought it was too obvious. But I never guessed the motiv [...]

    18. -This book is really great , and it's fast reading! I read this book last summer , and I can tell that this was the best book I've read in summer! Whole story is about girl called Talia Blanton who formed The Thrill Club along with friends . Every meeting Talia reads a scary horror story that she wrote.The truth is her friend Seth is the one that has been writing her stories,because she was busy. The stories he (or she) wrote were actually about their friends. Later her (or his) stories came tru [...]

    19. The best part of this book is the premise - a girl who writes horror stories sees them start coming true as her friends die. The worst part of this book is this book. It's seriously bad. I know Fear Street, and this just doesn't compare to books like THE STEPSISTER, which scare me know despite being totally cheesy and predictable. This one was just sloppy. Two stars only because it's a cool premise and because I love Fear Street.

    20. Loved the ending to this book.I really liked this book. It had good plot twists, and a lot of the charecters died (which always make the books better right?) I think teens girls would like this book. I liked the twist ending on this book as with all R.L.Stine Fear Street books. I really like this book it was one of the first Fear Street books I read and I really liked it.

    21. Los libros de las portadas un poco más adultas, como este son los que tienen las historias más estructuradas. Por desgracia extravié este libro, fue de las historias más creativas que tiene la colección y también de las mas maduras, una historia sangrienta algo no muy común en Stine que vale mucho la pena.

    22. We actually listened to this book, as a book on tape, so I'm not sure that really counts. :) I'm was trying some different strategies, so that my struggling readers didn't always have to be "reading" something. They really liked this book and asked if we could listen to another. They liked the thriller genere.

    23. I remember thinking this was a rip-off of Christopher Pike's Midnight Club. Or that other Christopher Pike book, Whisper of Death, where they find the stories written by their dead friend about each one of them dying in horrible ways that then come true. I also remember thinking the girl on the cover (the one with the yellow vest and hat?) was WAY out of style.

    24. I heard that Tom Perrotta was a ghost writer for this book and I managed to track down a copy at a used book shop. It was corny, of course! Kind of funny how the main character passes off stories that her boyfriend wrote as her own - a little jab at RL Stine?

    25. This one fooled me a few times. But the ending was very very strange and out there. (view spoiler)[ I'm kind of skeptical that the girls just accept what was Seth was doing but I guess if you are there and saw the crazyness then yeah. Also Seth real nice using your girlfriend to kill people. (hide spoiler)]

    26. Fear Street novels scare the crap out of me. This one's no exception. Yet I still come back for more. ALL HAIL FEAR STREET! I would probably live in Shadyside and on Fear Street if they existed though.

    27. I remember this book pretty well and I must say that it was really good. It was the first book I read out of the 'Fear Street' collection and, truthfully, I liked 'Trapped' better. However, I'm not upset that I read it - I really liked it! I would recommend it to anyone!

    28. About a group of friends who make a club where they write scary stories together. Soon they notice the friends are getting killed off and the killings resemble the murders from their stories. Who is the killer and who will be the next victim?

    29. Talia tidak mengerti kenapa ia merasa linglung setiap kali teman2nya tewas terbunuh persis seperti cerita horor yang diceritakannya di setiap pertemuan klub horor mereka. Pada akhirnya mereka mengetahui kebenarannya, ketika nyawa mereka menjadi taruhannya. *review macam apa ini XD

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