In the tradition of R.L. Stine, this series of novels features an anti-hero who does to an American high school what Freddie Krueger did to Elm Street. Cassie Arthur can't believe she is actually dating Brad Forester, "Mr. Popularity". She has no way of knowing that Brad hears voices that tell him to get what he wants--at any cost....
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Mr. Popularity Reviews
Okay, this is from my childhood, and I still have the paperback on the bottom shelf of my bookcase. I can't quiet remember the plot, but boy, this book gave me chills as a kid. I always loved horror EVERYTHING and this was one of my first books, beside Goosebumps, that I bought with my very own money from my paper route. One of these days, I will read it again, as I did on so many nights when I was younger. I think I must have read it a dozen times, though I can only assume the real number is close to six.Please, this 90's horror children's book is a must read, even if just for humor.
What can I say?Well, somewhere along the line I guessed that it was the father who was the murder.I did like how Jake and Cassie didn't just jump into each others' arms at the end; everyone was realistically traumatized.I didn't like the omnipotent point of view or the sudden breaks that had no place. With the point of view constantly changing between characters from paragraph to paragraph, there was no point to the breaks, especially since the scene doesn't change a bit across them. Their worse than commercial breaks.