Tina Rivers is super excited about visiting her boyfriend Josh Martin at Patterson College. She doesn't even mind that her cousin Holly is coming with her. But right as she arrives at the college, terror strikes. Josh's roommate Christopher Roberts says that Josh is delayed by snow trouble in the mountains. But Josh never said anything about going to the mountains. And suddenly Holly disappears. Christopher doesn't seem to care, though. All he cares about is getting what he wants--and the things he wants aren't good things.
The murderer in this, Cristopher, is obvious. Who he kills is the mystery. Knowing who the murderer was made it scarier. Out of all the Fear Street books, Christopher has got to be one of the craziest killers. Anyway, I really loved this book but I didn't give it five stars for one reason. The ending went way too fast. When you're reading, it feels like there's much more things coming. But you soon realize that the book is practically over.
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When Tina and her cousin Holly arrive at Patterson College to visit Tina's boyfriend Josh, they find out from his roommate that Josh is stuck in the mountains. That's weird--Josh never mentioned he was going away. Then Holly disappears. Tina is confused. But one thing is clear--she's about to learn more about love and murder than she ever wanted to know.
Nothing can ruin Tina Rivers' big weekend at Patterson College with her boyfriend, Josh Martin. She's so excited, she doesn't even mind that her cousin, Holly, will be tagging along.
But when Tina and Holly arrive, Josh is gone. His roomate, Christopher Roberts, says Josh is stuck in the mountains, delayed by car trouble. That's weird--Josh never mentioned he was going away.
It gets even weirder when Holly suddenly disappers. But Christopher isn't worried--about Holly or Josh. Christopher seems to have the answer to everything. Tina is confused. But one thing is clear--she's about to learn more about love and murder than she ever wanted to know.