Fear Street: Secrets-The Lost Girl

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The title of my book is “Fear Street: Super Thriller: Secrets - The Lost Girl”. It is a fiction, and horror book by one of my favorite authors, R.L Stine. This book has exactly 261 pages. The main characters of this book are Michael, Pepper, and Lizzy Walker. ( Also, some other characters in the book are Kathryn, Diego, Gabe, and Angel who Michael and Pepper’s friend). One of the characters of this book is Michael and the book is in his point of view. Michael is a very relaxed and easygoing, and curious character. He is very curious because when you read the first part of the book, he sees a very weird, and mysterious looking girl (Lizzy Walker) walking around and is very determined to find out where she came from and what she’s about. Next, you have Pepper, and she is a very perky redhead, who always suspicious, fiery, and …show more content…
Revenge is the theme of this novel because the whole point of the story was for Lizzy to get revenge on Michael because his grandfather killed her dad.As the book reads, “He followed me to another time. And he’s been helping me ever since we arrived here. Helping me get my revenge.” This means that Lizzy is starting to tell Michael the truth and to help him understand what is going to happen to him. Also, revenge is the theme of this novel because if it wasn’t for Lizzy to get revenge on Michael then there wouldn’t be any suspense in the book. In addition, the reason why I chose revenge as the theme of this book was because, without Lizzy wanting to get revenge, then there wouldn’t be a way for the characters to interact with each other and for the reader to have entertainment in the book. The message the author is trying to say in this novel is that not always the people you meet that is new to you is not who they always seem. Also, to be careful because not all the time people are going to be who they say they are. ( Quote from pg. 249, and last page of chapter

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