Wrong Number 2

Don t answer that phone You re not safe anywhere I ll get my revenge Can it really be Mr Farberson on the line He has to still be locked up after trying to kill Jade and Deena last year Maybe the calls are just someone s idea of a sick joke But who else could possibly know the things the caller knows Then they realize that someone is nearby, watching them, close enoDon t answer that phone You re not safe anywhere I ll get my revenge Can it really be Mr Farberson on the line He has to still be locked up after trying to kill Jade and Deena last year Maybe the calls are just someone s idea of a sick joke But who else could possibly know the things the caller knows Then they realize that someone is nearby, watching them, close enough to know their every move Someone who desperately wants revenge Someone who wants to reach out and kill them.
Wrong Number Don t answer that phone You re not safe anywhere I ll get my revenge Can it really be Mr Farberson on the line He has to still be locked up after trying to kill Jade and Deena last year Maybe the call

  • Title: Wrong Number 2
  • Author: R.L. Stine
  • ISBN: 9780671786076
  • Page: 499
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. It's funny how quickly I can read these now - I still enjoy them, though! It's also funny how character names pop up and I still know what stories they're from. I really do owe a lot to RL Stine, and I'm enjoying these nostalgic readthroughs! Now I need to find more!

    2. Deanna and Jade live to see another day from the original Wrong Number story. In this chilling sequel, it's a year later and the two girls receive a special phone call, promising revenge. Conveniently, the murderer they put away in the first book is now out of jail. Could it be him that's out for their blood?Like the first book, this horror/thriller/murder mystery keeps you on the edge of your seat wondering what will happen next. Who is really after them? Though they lived through the first boo [...]

    3. Chuck is an asshat and incredibly immature and unstable. I truly hope Jade comes to her senses once she graduates high school and realizes that. Deena is super insecure and a little uncomfortably obsessed with the way Jade looks and what she wears.Why does Jade wear so many body suits and honestly what does she see in that clown Chuck? 'Why am I still so stressed out? She asked herself. Why can't I feel normal and calm again?' -Because you have PTSD from pseudo witnessing a murder and being stal [...]

    4. As sequels go, this was very good. It's not a repeat of the first one nor is it completely different. The revelation at the end was cool. (view spoiler)[I can only assume that Linda is a master manipulator and would have liked to have seen her in action. (hide spoiler)] Chuck is still troubled. I don't know why because he seemed to be fine at the end of the previous book. (view spoiler)[It was probably so that Chuck could be the one making the prank calls in the beginning (so stupid by the way). [...]

    5. Nowhere near as good or interesting as the first book. Also as predictable as the first one.Official review @ Shivers of Horror

    6. The two girls from The Wrong Number come back again in another mystery.This is a good book I can not really remember what happened, but I know it was good. I know thats kinda funny how you can read a book and not remember the book but still know you liked it.

    7. First book of R.L Stine that i've ever bought. My copy now has broken cover. AnywayThis one's thrilling. Satisfied my day again after re-reading it. It's been two years and yet i still like Chuck's character. haha. Story line is of course, creepy and twisted.

    8. Don't read this if you were a fan of the original. It is basically a choppy retread of the first, as well as absurd in premise: Farber is somehow out of jail, even though if I remember right, he was convicted of killing his wife for double indemnity, if I'm remembering right, and the parents don't believe the teens who were right about a MURDER from the first one, for the reason that they still deem Chuck to be trouble (even though Chuck is morally above Jade, who for her part is cheating on Chu [...]

    9. The Wrong Number saw a prank end in murder, 22 books later we re-visit Deena and Jade. The girls are gearing to end high school and move on to college, ready to move past the horror of one year ago. Except, the threatening phone calls startChuck is back with his own drama and only adds to the mix by egging the girls to return to Farbeson's home and look for the money he's supposedly left behind. They don't learn until too late that he's been released from prison and is out for revenge on the thr [...]

    10. in 2013 my local library was getting ride of all paperback books and they had all the R.L. Stine / Christopher Pike books so I bought all of them and read them with a massive teen book marathon I really hope that a whole new generation of teens gets to fall in love with these books !!! as they are simply the best I loved all of these books in my teens :) and I really enjoyed going down memory lane re reading them as an adult :)

    11. Of ALL hte FEAR STREET books to revist for your first sequel, why of WHY did it have to be this one???? CHUCK MARTINSON ROT IN HELL!!!

    12. Deanna and Jade live to see another day from the original Wrong Number story. In this chilling sequel, it's a year later and the two girls receive a special phone call, promising revenge. Conveniently, the murderer they put away in the first book is now out of jail. Could it be him that's out for their blood?Like the first book, this horror/thriller/murder mystery keeps you on the edge of your seat wondering what will happen next. Who is really after them? Though they lived through the first boo [...]

    13. Fue un regalo, asi que lo recibi feliz aunque fuera la segunda parte, nunca habia escuchado del autor asi que no tenia expectativas sobre el, ni altas ni bajas. La historia como tal no me sorprendio, fue algo normal, creo que el autor pone toda su inspiracion en crear suspenso y la historia el desarrollo de los personajes lo deja a un segundo plano. Entretenido el libro: SI. Ha sido de esos libros que uno piensa en retomar cuando se acaba el material nuevo de lectura: un NO rotundo.

    14. En este tipo de libros las segundar partes casi siempre son malas pero esta es la excepción. Atrapa tanto como su predecesora y nos mete a un nuevo misterio que te lleva a un ritmo feroz hasta el desenlace. Stine tu mejor historia en mi opinión.

    15. The girls from the first book have found themselves potentially at the mercy of the killer again , the master of dialing wrong numbers. But maybe it's not all as it seems? This ones more twisty than its predecessor, and keeps you guessing till the very end.

    16. That was scary.d creepy! Linda was all like their my friends, then I'm gonna kill you! Wow Stanley was creepyHe killed himself and was dunce enough to listen to a greedy woman to kill his wife! Wow.

    17. nice story as expected from RL Stinebut this one had no twist, just a 'normal' horror/thriller story, as normal as you can get from a thriller story :D

    18. This was a fairly decent sequel. This particular story arc does make me miss those surprise endings that Fear Street is famous for, though.

    19. I think I liked the first book more than the follow-up. It didn't have a lot of things going on during the story.

    20. I was a huge R.L. Stine fan in my early teens! I loved all the fear street books! They are what got me into reading again! :)

    21. I read this book while in middle school. I was a HUGE R.L. Stine fan and like most of his other books, I couldn't put it down.

    22. boo-hoo i have read the part 2 of Wrong Number widawt reading the first book anyway this book was then again a good one, prank calls could be really horrifying

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