Review: “The Lost Girl” by R.L. Stine

the lost girlClassic R.L. Stine takes flight in this creepy, new Fear Street relaunch that sends pages turning and spines tingling. The Lost Girl  stays true to Fear Street style, all while bringing new turns to the twisted tales. 

Main character Michael is drawn to mysteriously magnetic new girl, Lizzie Palmer. Soon, pleasant life turns dangerous and Lizzie and Michael find themselves in the middle of it. As tragedy unfolds, Michael must unfold the gruesome mystery and watch his back. Intertwined with a 70-year-old horror story, The Lost Girl  is frightening, tense, and horrifying.

The Lost Girl is nothing short of just a shivery terror tale, with a thickening plot of spooky. R.L. Stine stays true to his style, which will please teen horror fans both old and new.

Perfect for upcoming Halloween or stormy nights, my only advice? Don’t read in the dark.

3/5 Stars.

I received a free e-book galley of The Lost Girl  from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.


About heatherrochon

I am a recent grad of creative writing and journalism. Right now, I'm working on book reviews and getting through life. Books, cats, and a nice cup of tea can get me through any day.
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