I read this book when I was in elementary school (5th or 6th grade). At the time, I thought that nothing could be better than a Christopher Pike book. I look back fondly on those years, however I do not recommend a full fledged adult to read these. Adolescents will enjoy, though.
Eh. In high school I really liked the first Chain Letter but I neer got into the second.
Good for the young who like mystery and a little romance.
great sequel to a great thriller
Much better than the first Chain Letter - this Pike book features more death, more mystery and more great weirdness that only he could come up with. We rejoin the cast from the first book right before their graduation. They have grown more and are starting to think about college and the real world. This has put a strain on many of their relationships and friendships when suddenly the chain letters start up again - but they are more vicious, more evil and much more deadly. Could this new batch be controlled by something more malicious than a mentally unstable brain? Read to find out . . .