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Book Review for: The Lost Girl by R.L. Stine

Did the Fear Street series finally lose its magic after entertaining us for so long? Or is it just me who has changed?

Have I grown too old for the Fear Street series or is this Fear Street novel just not as good as the other ones?

These questions kept swimming in my mind as I kept reading The Lost Girl by R.L Stine.

I’ve always loved the fear street series, every single book from that series felt like a thrilling adventure within my grasp, and I always knew I’d love whichever book I picked from this series.

But somehow, I couldn’t feel the same for The Lost Girl. It was good, yes, but it just didn’t feel thrilling enough. The characters were supposed to be around 16, but... they all sounded like a bunch of 12 year olds. The story was predictable – and if you know me, you know how I barely ever get my predictions right in the mystery books I read. There were some gruesome parts in this book that kind of frightened me, so I would like to give in extra credits for that.

I’ll give this book 2.7 out of 5 stars.⭐️⭐⭐

P.S. I found two punctuation mistakes in the book which I had fixed immediately with my black pen and pretended I never noticed.

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