Book Reviews of Scavenger Hunt

Scavenger Hunt
Scavenger Hunt
Author: Christopher Pike
ISBN-13: 9780671676568
ISBN-10: 0671676563
Publication Date: 7/1989
Pages: 215
Reading Level: Young Adult
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Book Type: Paperback
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Another Pike ride for the young spook enthusiast! Many younger readers love this author. My son sure does! This is a good read for these kids. it is spine tingling and keeps you guessing through the entire story. And is not nearly as bad as some of the movies us old BABY BOOMERS WATCHED!
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The hunt was on.

School was almost over. A secretive club on campus had organized a scavenger hunt for the entire senior class. In small groups, and with the help of cleverly planted clues, the kids are led throughout the city, and then deep into the nighttime desert. The sponsoring club has promised a wonderful prize for the first group to reach the goal of the hunt.

But for Carl Timmons, a troubled young man who has recently lost his best friend, the hunt will become a nightmare. Led astray by his love for a strangely beautiful girl, he will wander far from the others, and back into a haunted past, where the line between the living and dead is blurred and broken.
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Loved this book as a teen. I just re-read it, and it is as good as ever.
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This is one of my favorite Christopher Pike young adult novels - the ending is the stuff of great fiction horror - and a source of sleepless nights hiding under all the covers for me growing up!
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This book is really good very the young who are into mystery and a little romance.
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From the cover - School was almost over. A secretive club on campus had organized a scavanger hunt for the entire senior class. In small groups, and with the help of vlerly planted clues, the kids are led throughout the city, and then deep into the nighttime desert. The sponsoring club has promised a wonderful prize for the first group to reach the goal of the hunt.

But for Carl Timmons, a troubled young man who has recently lost his best friend, the hunt will become a nightmare. Led astray by his love for a strangely beautiful girl, he will wander far from the others, and back into a haunted past, where the line between the living and the dead is blurred and broken.