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eBook Summer of Fear download

by Lois Duncan

eBook Summer of Fear download ISBN: 044098324X
Author: Lois Duncan
Publisher: Laurel Leaf (October 15, 1977)
Language: English
ePub: 1342 kb
Fb2: 1608 kb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: azw txt txt lit
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Science Fiction and Fantasy

I go out this morning to get the paper and although it’s still early, barely eight o’clock, the sun is warm on my hair and on the back of my neck, promising the heat of the coming day. I pick up the paper, roll off the rubber band and begin leafing through, standing there in the front yard with the thin rays of the sun on my back and the dew on the grass already drying beneath my feet. I find it at last on page seven of section C. Usually, if I look long enough, it’s there-a story that fits.

I read all of Lois Duncan's books as a teenager. switched identities, murder, witchcraft. It's an excellent YA read, but also just generally is a good, quick book.

Summer of Fear (Lois Dunc. has been added to your Cart. Lois Duncan is an acclaimed suspense author for young adults. She has published nearly 50 books for children, including I Know What You Did Last Summer, which was adapted into a highly-successful horror film, and Who Killed My Daughter?, a non-fiction book about the harrowing experience of her daughter's murder.

I fell in love with Lois Duncan as a teenager after reading this book. I recently reread it and still find it enjoyable.

Ships from and sold by mcarraway4. Ships from and sold by Mannabooks. I fell in love with Lois Duncan as a teenager after reading this book.

Lois Duncan was born on April 28, 1934 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. At the age of 13, her first story was published in the magazine Calling All Girls. As a senior in high school, she won Seventeen magazine's annual short-story contest. She continued to write for magazines after getting married and having children. That first title was published in 1958.

Lois Duncan Steinmetz (April 28, 1934 – June 15, 2016), known as Lois Duncan, was an American writer, novelist, poet, and journalist.

Lois Duncan: Summer of Fear. The pool at the Coronado Club had just opened for the summer and the day before we had discussed the possibility of going swimming if the weather was good.

By the time the ambulance arrived, half the neighborhood had congregated in the yard in front of Professor Jarvis’s house.

By the time the ambulance arrived, half the neighborhood had congregated in the yard in front of Professor Jarvis’s house pt shoving up onto the porch, trying to see in the window. He hanged himself! somebody shouted. Bobby, who was standing next to me at the edge of the sidewalk, shuddered convulsively. There wasn’t any rope, he whispered hoarsely. He was just lying there in the hallway. Why are they saying there’s a rope?

by. Duncan, Lois, 1934-.

by. Witches, Witchcraft, New Mexico, Witchcraft. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).

Автор: Duncan Lois Название: Summer of Fear Издательство: Hachette Book Group Классификация: ISBN: 0316099074 ISBN-13(EAN) . Lois Duncan presents a ticking clock mystery with thrills at every turn.

Lois Duncan presents a ticking clock mystery with thrills at every turn.

Why is Rachel the only one to sense the evil that surrounds Julia?From the moment Rachel's cousin Julia arrives that summer, she seems to seep into Rachel's life like a poison. Everyone else is enchanted by her--including Rachel's boyfriend. But what does Julia really want?
Comments: (7)
Fawrindhga
This is the first book I've read by Lois Duncan ... I saw the movie of this story with Linda Blair and thought I'd give the book a try ... Well even though I'm not a "young adult" reader ... more like an "old adult" reader ... I like the book a lot and was glad to see the movie had stayed close ... Plan on reading more of her books even if I don't get younger from them ... Good one !!
Lianeni
Although some twists and turns are fairly obvious early on, and some plot points are too convenient, this is a thrilling and compelling read. And when you take into account the age range for which this was written, the negative points are moot. Truth be told I did not contemplate what year this was written until more than half way through. This update of the 1976 book feels natural enough. The non use of cell phones does not interfere with the story. Smartly the original activities are left alone; the girls' decision to make dresses for a dance? Every year lately at prom time a creative type is crafting awesomeness from Capri Sun pouches or gum wrappers. That is something that will never change. I wish I had found Lois Duncan when I was a teen, but I am happy I did now.
Browelali
Loved Lois Duncan as a teen. Reading her books as a grown up are still as enjoyable. Such a fantastic writer. This one in particular I knew the twist so once it was brought to light in the book I was not shocked. Seen this plot in too many lifetime movies but I bet Duncan was one of the first writers to use this plot (no spoilers)!
Castiel
This is the book that made me love reading when I was in my teens. The eerie mood and suspense hook a reluctant reader, and the cliffhangers at the ends of chapters keep you intrigued. One of my favorite all-time YA authors.
greatest
The audio is not the same as the 2011 book re-write. I thought maybe it would be since that is all you can buy, but it is different. It's slightly irritating! Don't buy if you need it read out loud with the book.
Tyler Is Not Here
I read this book in high school and it had been so long that I decided to reread it. I'm glad I did. It was almost like reading it for the first time again. I could remember the general idea of what was going on in the book but couldn't remember how it ended or several of the details. It was great reading it again!
CrazyDemon
I fell in love with Lois Duncan as a teenager after reading this book. I recently reread it and still find it enjoyable. While my favorite Lois Duncan books are Ransom, followed by I know What You Did Last Summer, this one comes in a close third. She's fun to read!
I really liked this troubled teen. A good read. However the ending seems a little rushed.