Book Reviews of Fall into Darkness

Fall into Darkness
Fall into Darkness
Author: Christopher Pike
ISBN-13: 9780671009847
ISBN-10: 0671009842
Publication Date: 12/1/1996
Pages: 224
Reading Level: Young Adult
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
Loved this Pike book that is full of mystery, murder and love - classic double crosses abound and this one should keep you guessing to the end. This is more of a standard mystery though - no science fiction/fantasy in this one.
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A great thriller about teenagers, and a murder that could ruin a friendship.
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They said she murdered her best friend.

The trial is for murder. Ann Rice is dead. Her best friend, Sharon McKay, stands accused. But there is no body. And the three witnesses to the crime only heard what happened, and did not see it. Nevertheless, the prosecution is almost certain of a victory. Ann was alone in the dark with Sharon at the top of the cliff when Ann fell the 500 feet to the torrential river that claimed her life. There was only one route leading to the cliff, and all the witnesses can remember hearing the girls arguing before the fall occured.

Sharon's only defense is that Ann committed suicide. But everyone who knew Ann, including Sharon, said that she was not the suicidal type.

And they were right.

Ann was much more than suicidal.

She was obsessed.
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From the back of the book:

"They said she murdered her best friend.

The trial is for murder. Ann Rice is dead. Her best friend, Sharon McKay, stands accused. But there is no body. And the three witnesses to the crime only heard what happened, and did not see it. Nevertheless, the prosecution is almost certain of a victory. Ann was alone in the dark with Sharon on top of the cliff when Ann fell the 500 feet into the torrential river that claimed her life. There was only one route leading to the cliff, and all the witnesses can remember hearing the girls arguing before the fall occured. Sharon's only defense is that Ann committed suicide. But everyone who knew Ann, including Sharon, said she was not the suicidal type.

And they were right.

Ann was more than suicidal.

She was obsessed."
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"They said she murdered her best friend.

The trial is for murder. Ann Rice is dead. Her best friend, Sharon McKay, stands accused. But there is no body. And the three witnesses to the crime only heard what happened, and did not see it. Nevertheless, the prosecution is almost certain of a victory. Ann was alone in the dark with Sharon on top of the cliff when Ann fell the 500 feet into the torrential river that claimed her life. There was only one route leading to the cliff, and all the witnesses can remember hearing the girls arguing before the fall occured. Sharon's only defense is that Ann committed suicide. But everyone who knew Ann, including Sharon, said she was not the suicidal type.

And they were right.

Ann was more than suicidal.

She was obsessed."