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Next up in the Pop Reading Challenge is a book you can finish in a day. I decided that I’d do something a bit nostalgic and read R.L. Stine’s latest novel Don’t Stay Up Late, the second novel in the Fear Street reissue.

R.L. Stine and Christopher Pike were staple reads for me when I was a kid. The Fear Street novels in particular were some of my favorites. I loved the back story and the idea that an entire street could be cursed. There were always so many plot lines revolving around the street that included ghosts, vampires, and demons. Fear Street always seemed so much cooler than the regular Goosebumps.

This novel is about a young girl whose family has recently moved and who becomes involved in a tragic accident. To help out her mother she takes a babysitting job. The only problem is the job is on Fear Street.

I can’t wait to see what the reissue novels are like and to relive a bit of childhood.

Stay tuned for the full review of Don’t Stay Up Late. Happy reading!