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Hell Board
Hell Board
Author: Dana Reed
ISBN-13: 9780843929591
ISBN-10: 0843929596
Publication Date: 3/1990
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 12 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
I liked this book because it involved the supernatural and was told in a way that made the character likeable, even if she had flaws.
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A Game of Death
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Peggy Reardon was the most unpopular girl in school. Her classmates taunted her about her looks, her weight, and her clumsy behavior. But Peggy had a talent hidden under her unattractive exterior--she could communicate with forces from beyond.

Aided by a Ouija board, Peggy found she could open up a whole new world for herself. The spirits didn't care if she was fat or ugly...they seemed so nice, so friendly. At first. But the more she delved into the unknown, the more harrowing the results. And soon people began to die--victims of Peggy's new-found power and the incarnate evil of the the... HellBoard.
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"Peggy Reardon was the most unpopular girl in school. Her classmates taunted her about her looks, her weight, and her clumsy behavior. But Peggy had a talent hidden under her unattractive exterior -- she could communicate with forces from beyond. Aided by a Ouija board, Peggy found she could open up a whole new world for herself. The spirits didn't care if she was fat or ugly -- they seemed so nice, so friendly. At first. But the more she delved into the unknown, the more harrowing the results. And soon people began to die -- victims of Peggy's new-found power and the incarnate evil of the Hell Board."