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Anything for a sister. Abby would do anything to be in the school's most exclusive sorority. And now she's got the chance. Because the sorority sisters have asked her to join them. All Abby has to do is get through the initiation. That might be a problem. Because this year, the initiation is going to be.... Murder.


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Anything for a sister. Abby would do anything to be in the school's most exclusive sorority. And now she's got the chance. Because the sorority sisters have asked her to join them. All Abby has to do is get through the initiation. That might be a problem. Because this year, the initiation is going to be.... Murder.

30 review for Twisted

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sandra

    Abby is eager to join the Tri Gams, the most exclusive sorority at Rockland State. She says most girls would kill to get into this sorority. They pledge ten girls a year and it's an honor to be asked. After Abby attends a pledge meeting, Andrea, the president of the Tri Gams, says that when they become members they should be members for life. So, to make sure they will be loyal to the Tri Gams for life they ask their pledges to commit a crime. One day the pledges are driven to a dark, old, desert Abby is eager to join the Tri Gams, the most exclusive sorority at Rockland State. She says most girls would kill to get into this sorority. They pledge ten girls a year and it's an honor to be asked. After Abby attends a pledge meeting, Andrea, the president of the Tri Gams, says that when they become members they should be members for life. So, to make sure they will be loyal to the Tri Gams for life they ask their pledges to commit a crime. One day the pledges are driven to a dark, old, deserted mansion far from town. Once they are there Andrea gives them instructions for the crime they will commit. Most of the pledges think this is a joke. But after the crime is committed they are not so sure. This book was just okay and sometimes annoying. There were many irritating and unlikable characters (especially the sorority girls/pledges). Only Nina and Jessie were slightly bearable. The boy (Gordon) that the girls were fighting for was an unwashed slob. I couldn't figure out what they saw in him. I'm sure there had to be better guys on campus. Halfway through the book it got somewhat interesting. A so-so read.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mehsi

    Wow, this was just crappy. The story was boring, nothing really happened, the girls (and Gordon) were highly annoying and then we also have POVs switching in the middle of the story. Which was really annoying. One moment we would have Abby, then suddenly switch to Nina and even one time we switched to Leila. I hate it when this happens. I don't mind if it is clearly said, or when it is done at the beginning of a chapter, but now? No. I don't like how we had two plots. Abby's x Leila x Gordon and Wow, this was just crappy. The story was boring, nothing really happened, the girls (and Gordon) were highly annoying and then we also have POVs switching in the middle of the story. Which was really annoying. One moment we would have Abby, then suddenly switch to Nina and even one time we switched to Leila. I hate it when this happens. I don't mind if it is clearly said, or when it is done at the beginning of a chapter, but now? No. I don't like how we had two plots. Abby's x Leila x Gordon and whatever happened between them, and then the whole sorority stuff that got out of hand. I just wish the author had kept to 1 plot and not try to add another one. I can imagine why he added it (giving more depth to Abby, and explaining what happened to her and who Gabriella is), but I think it would have been better had he made a separate book about it. The sorority stuff? Horrendous, that they do this kind of crazy stuff to pledge/allow members to join. Bleh. Disgusting. The story was pretty boring up until the end. Then everything started to go wrong and it was quite interesting to read what happened there. The end? Meh, typical R.L. Stine ending. Would I recommend this one? Not really. Review first posted at http://twirlingbookprincess.com/

  3. 4 out of 5

    Claire (bookscoffeeandrepeat)

    I read this for the Teen Creeps Podcast! Looking intently into the mirror, she began applying lipstick to her lips, lightly at first and then pressing harder and harder. Her hand moved in quick circles, smearing the soft lipstick over her lips, on her chin, under her nose. Round and around. Round and around. She smeared the lipstick in wider and wider circles, covering her lower face, and then her cheeks. She stared in the mirror, admiring her work. Round and around. Bigger and bigger circles- I read this for the Teen Creeps Podcast! Looking intently into the mirror, she began applying lipstick to her lips, lightly at first and then pressing harder and harder. Her hand moved in quick circles, smearing the soft lipstick over her lips, on her chin, under her nose. Round and around. Round and around. She smeared the lipstick in wider and wider circles, covering her lower face, and then her cheeks. She stared in the mirror, admiring her work. Round and around. Bigger and bigger circles- until her mouth, her chin, her cheeks were all red... blood red. Despite the vivid description, which is to be expected, this book was a huge let down.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Trisha

    I was actually tempted to give this one two stars instead of three, since it was really quite terrible. The fact that it took me 10 days to read says to me that it's definitely not amongst my favourites. At first I thought "Abby is a bitch", but then I thought "Wait, no, Leila's actually a bitch". I guess they're both examples of what not to do with a friendship. Hoes before bros! Anyway ... what made this book so bad? The writing itself wasn't that great. Perhaps it was an earlier work of R. L. I was actually tempted to give this one two stars instead of three, since it was really quite terrible. The fact that it took me 10 days to read says to me that it's definitely not amongst my favourites. At first I thought "Abby is a bitch", but then I thought "Wait, no, Leila's actually a bitch". I guess they're both examples of what not to do with a friendship. Hoes before bros! Anyway ... what made this book so bad? The writing itself wasn't that great. Perhaps it was an earlier work of R. L. Stine's and he hadn't quite found his mojo yet. Okay, I just looked it up and it seems it was his second Point horror book (the first being Blind Date, which I haven't yet re-read/reviewed). Anyway, it was bad because of moments like around page 126, when we're hearing over and over again how "poor" Abby is. "poor Abby. Poor, confused Abby." etcetera! Then in the end, it becomes (view spoiler)["poor, CRAZY Abby!" (hide spoiler)] I also found the teen talk pretty unconvincing, especially in comparison to some of Stine's later work. He certainly got better over time. In theory, this plot line was pretty good - but on paper it just seemed silly. Something that confused me - why did Abby think Gordon was hot when she described him as unwashed? I mean, dirty hair and skin from weeks of no showers is NOT a sexy trait in a person, so I just don't get it. As usual, see the spoiler tag below for my detailed page-by-page notes. ;) Twisted - notes (view spoiler)[p.8 - Abby's outfit: oversized gold sweater, short brown knit skirt over patterned tights ("sophisticated, sexy, but casual") p.10 - "feel so crummy" Gordon is "going with Leila" p.23 - Jessie says "gee whiz". p.43 - "driving her bananas" pp.48 - 49 - Abby talking aloud to herself "if only Leila knew..." p.49 - "some silly squabble". What teen talks like this? p.51 - "Jessie : really!" p.52 - general observation: at this point I'm not a big Abby fan. Biatch p.61 - who really snaps their fingers when listening to music? Also, she's "wearing a Walkman", naww p.62 - I don't get why Gordon is so supposedly attractive when he was unwashed. Wouldn't he have smelled bad? p.68 - "they're no sweat" p.70 - are you a total moron, Abby? Don't you think you should play it cool with Leila in the room? p.75 - typo: "to go the the bathrooms" p.77 - Andrea says the bullets are blanks - us she either lying, or wrong? p.85 - my guess atm is that Andrea is in on prank with old lady, but the chick who was left back at the house will be dead when they get back. Let's see if I'm right p.87 - general observation - it's omniscient third person pov pp.89 - 93 - reminder that there are no mobile phones, have to go to a house that has a phone to call cops p.97 - Nina asks: "what more could happen?" p.99 - Abby is applying liquid blusher. I can imagine how red that'll be, since this is the 80s! Kids go together. Etc p.102 - ok, I've been wrong with my guesses so far, but my current guess is that Gabriella is a product of Abby's imagination and doesn't exist or possibly is a dead sister that we'll find out is dead later. pp.102 - 103 - Abby is a nutjob! p.105 - has Jessie killed Andrea? p.109 - Abby: "of all the silly things!" pp.116 - 117 - flat, dead voice... Emotionless voice... Flat and emtionless tone...that's chilling pp.124 - 125 - Abby having memory lapses now. I reckon SHE killed Andrea... And her sister? p.126 - holy fuck, I get it!!! Abby is both poor and confused 🙄 p.135 - reference to Rip Van Winkle. I have no idea who that is p.136 - aha!!! p.137 - now we know Abby doesn't have a sister p.140 - poor, confused Abby has become poor, CRAZY Abby! p.149 - Leila: "Really!" p.158 - "poor Abby" This is a terrible read. p.159 - Jessie : "really." Aaaand Andrea is not dead. JFC p.166 - "such friends." (Leila) p.167 - Leila: "I must look a mess." p.168 - Gabriella: "Don't worry, dear." what teen talks like that? (hide spoiler)]

  5. 4 out of 5

    kylajaclyn

    So, funnily enough, the protagonist is the only character in this book that sucks. Leila kind of does at first too, but later on she seems much more human than Abby, the main character. It starts out with Abby being a bitch to her sister Gabriella about joining the Tri Gam sorority. Gabriella doesn’t want her to join. Then Abby’s mom comes in to talk to her, but she never says anything to Gabriella, which is significant. The book essentially takes place over one night with the Tri Gam pledges com So, funnily enough, the protagonist is the only character in this book that sucks. Leila kind of does at first too, but later on she seems much more human than Abby, the main character. It starts out with Abby being a bitch to her sister Gabriella about joining the Tri Gam sorority. Gabriella doesn’t want her to join. Then Abby’s mom comes in to talk to her, but she never says anything to Gabriella, which is significant. The book essentially takes place over one night with the Tri Gam pledges completing their initiation. There’s Leila, who Abby believes stole her former boyfriend Gordon from her. There’s Nina, who is a childhood friend of Abby’s. Jessie is the laissez faire one that doesn’t seem to know social decorum. And there is Andrea, the TG leader. There are other girls, but they aren’t as relevant to the plot. So, to become TGs the girls must all rob a store. Pledge Ruby declares that she is staying home and not being a part of it. Leila is positive it’s all a joke. They draw straws to see who will end up holding the pistol. Nina gets that delightful job. Because she’s a cunt, Andrea waits outside and makes the girls do her dirty work. While inside they smash the cases to get the jewelry, and then the owner, Mrs. Driftwood, comes out. The girls try to tie her up but instead end up making her have a heart attack. Jessie confirms that she’s dead. The girls head back to the house with Andrea, unsure what to do now that their initiation took such a wrong turn. Andrea tells them to remain calm, and Nina suggests they call the police. Andrea calmly reminds them there is no phone in the house. Then all the girls start blaming one another for what happened. Also, Gordon is around, having showed up to spend time with Leila. Abby, however, is convinced he’s there for her. Then Andrea turns up dead with Jessie once again confirming the death. Now the girls really don’t know what to do. Then Gordon shows up at the door soaking wet. Nina and Jessie saw him run around the house and say he killed Andrea. Gordon has no idea what they are talking about, and Abby confesses that he was with her. Except... he wasn’t. Abby is deluded. Leila tries to tell her this, but she will not listen. The girls lock Gordon in a room until they can figure out what to do with him. Then Leila demands to talk to Abby upstairs. But when Leila finally makes it upstairs, she doesn’t find Abby... she finds Gabriella. She finds Abby saying she’s Gabriella. Yep, good old Abs has a split personality. The worst part? We are given no explanation for how it was brought on or caused other than Leila “stealing” Gordon from Abby. Way to set back the feminist movement, Stine. Gabriella/Abby now has the gun, and she forces Leila to the basement. But she doesn’t anticipate Gordon being there. They all three start to fight. Up above, the other girls hear the scuffle and head downstairs. Everyone, including the reader, is very confused at this point. Gordon finally gets Abby/Gabriella subdued. And then... Andrea shows up at the top of the stairs. What? Yep, Leila was right all along. The whole thing was a sick joke. They pull the stunt every year, and Mrs. Driftwood is also in on the gag and therefore not dead (what a sadistic old lady). Nina berates Andrea for the terrible prank, which Andrea assumes to be her resignation from the TGs. Nina says no fucking way-she’s not leaving now! Instead, she plans to outlaw the prank from every happening again to other pledges. But Leila is out. She can’t take it anymore at all. She tells Gordon she just wants to be with him and finish school. Then she hugs Abby/Gabriella and apologizes to her for everything. Abby is taken away in an ambulance... with Gabriella right by her side “reassuring” her it’ll all be all right.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Arkham Reviews

    Oh, where to begin... While I did quite enjoy Blind Date, I found Twisted to be a bit of a hot mess. The plot just tried to do too much. The plot line concerning the Tri Gamma hazing was just too over-the-top to be believable. I mean, how have they kept the fact that all pledges are expected to commit a crime secret? And why were so many girls so happy to accept this "challenge", when it was clear that so much could clearly go wrong? However, at least this plot got a lot more focus than the weird Oh, where to begin... While I did quite enjoy Blind Date, I found Twisted to be a bit of a hot mess. The plot just tried to do too much. The plot line concerning the Tri Gamma hazing was just too over-the-top to be believable. I mean, how have they kept the fact that all pledges are expected to commit a crime secret? And why were so many girls so happy to accept this "challenge", when it was clear that so much could clearly go wrong? However, at least this plot got a lot more focus than the weird subplot / love triangle between Abby, Liana and Gordon. It's so vague what went off here, and why Abby had a complete breakdown over it. The novel exposits that Abby had to be taken out of school for a year after Gordon split up with her. A year! I know that young love can be painful, but I don't think that it tends to cause a teenager to have a complete and utter nervous breakdown. The novel this time is slow to find its feet and does not really ever become as engrossing as Blind Date. The drifting narrative was largely unnecessary as it did not really offer the reader any insight into the different girls. The twist is very easy to guess from the first chapter, and I did not feel that it ever contained any true surprises. Although it does build to a climax of sorts, this lacked any real tension. The villain is apprehended with very little struggle and the novel wrapped up without any real surprises. In terms of character, Twisted was really disappointing. It really did not portray its largely female cast in a good light, showing them all as being shallow, hysterical, back-stabbing and generally capable of murder. Gordon was also problematic, as I could not understand what either girl saw in him. The novel said that he was lazy, unwashed and jobless. Why does this apparently make him a desirable catch? All in all, I was really disappointed by this one. Here's hoping that the next instalment is a lot stronger.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Rina

    This was an interesting read. R.L Stine definitely takes his readers on a loop. I don't want to spoil it, but I did reread the first two chapters when I got to the end. It was the ending that made you want to go...wait did that really happen? I took away a star because when I looked at the first chapters, I wish there were more hints to the shocking ending. Some sign that would have made me slap my forward and think, "How did I miss that." If you like R.L. Stine, I will recommend this book becau This was an interesting read. R.L Stine definitely takes his readers on a loop. I don't want to spoil it, but I did reread the first two chapters when I got to the end. It was the ending that made you want to go...wait did that really happen? I took away a star because when I looked at the first chapters, I wish there were more hints to the shocking ending. Some sign that would have made me slap my forward and think, "How did I miss that." If you like R.L. Stine, I will recommend this book because it shows his versatility as a writer.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Through Glass

    Let me begin with the fact that I love R.L Stine. This book however, was fairly boring. It wasn't bad, just kind of 'meh'. I was hoping that it would be darker and it just wasn't. I felt as though he had toned it down, for some unknown reason? Not sure. Didn't love it, didn't hate it. Solid 3 Stars for a mildly entertaining book about a sorority that has a little dark humor in it.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ryan McAulay

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I personally enjoyed the book. Okay some bits were a little cheesy but I was so quick to assume how it’s all gonna go down and it becomes shock after shock. R.L Stine left cliff hangers at the end of every chapter so it was hard NOT to keep on reading. 4/5 stars from me.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sylvie

    yikes

  11. 4 out of 5

    Emmaleigh Wurzbacher

    One of top 3 favorite R.L. Stine books. Definitely one of his best. Even on re-reads when I knew the ending, it still hooked me.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    Not a good depiction of (view spoiler)[DID (hide spoiler)] , but an ok trash book. Also, seemed kind of old fashioned with all of that "My reputation, I'll get kicked out of school!" stuff, what kind of school do they go to? But otherwise, it had surprisingly good characterization, lol. Not a good depiction of (view spoiler)[DID (hide spoiler)] , but an ok trash book. Also, seemed kind of old fashioned with all of that "My reputation, I'll get kicked out of school!" stuff, what kind of school do they go to? But otherwise, it had surprisingly good characterization, lol.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Ciara

    I was craving some 90s teen horror schlock and this definitely fit the bill.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    As other reviews stated, this book was fairly boring. The girls were extremely irritating and although I wasn't expecting that twist at the end, it could have ended better.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Dylan

    (I'm writing this at 1:30 in the morning so I apologize if this isn't coherent) Meh. I don't really expect any literary masterpieces from Stein at this point considering I haven't loved any books that I've read from him, so I can't say that I'm surprised that I didn't love this one. Twisted follows this group of girls who want to join this sorority but to join, they have to partake in a hazing of sorts- the girls have a single task- to rob this little mom and pop jewelry store. Sounds simple righ (I'm writing this at 1:30 in the morning so I apologize if this isn't coherent) Meh. I don't really expect any literary masterpieces from Stein at this point considering I haven't loved any books that I've read from him, so I can't say that I'm surprised that I didn't love this one. Twisted follows this group of girls who want to join this sorority but to join, they have to partake in a hazing of sorts- the girls have a single task- to rob this little mom and pop jewelry store. Sounds simple right? No not really. You're not wrong about that either. This book is basically just a 167 page cluster of stupid and confusing crap. Reading the first half of this book was almost unbearable. All of the characters were bland, whiny and way more immature than my twelve year old sister (these are 18-19 year old girls). Another reason the first half was so bad was the pacing. Nothing really substantial happened until the second half, leaving the first act mostly wasteful. The second half got a bit easier to read. Plot twists started to come into play which made the book a lot more interesting than before, and I was actually considering giving this book a 3.5 star rating- until the end. The end is SO confusing and contradictory. There was no explanation as to why what happened, happened, which was so wasteful because Stine had a great opportunity to write a kick-ass- mind blowing, shocking ending, but he definitely didn't, that's for sure. The one saving grace for Stine's books- thus far, is that I'm able to read each one in about 2 hours all together. So if you're looking for a quick book to complete your Goodreads goal or need a book for a readathon, pick this one up if you are at all interested. 2.5 out of 5 stars

  16. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    Sadly, I was kind of disappointed with this book. For the most part, I love all of R.L. Stine's books, but this was one of the ones that fell flat for me. I did like the idea of how the sorority pledges had to commit a crime to get in and I liked it even better when things went terribly wrong. My issue was that I didn't really find this creepy. It was alright in a suspenseful type of way, but it was no where as pee-your-pants scary as I'd hoped it would be. There was a twist at the end and it wo Sadly, I was kind of disappointed with this book. For the most part, I love all of R.L. Stine's books, but this was one of the ones that fell flat for me. I did like the idea of how the sorority pledges had to commit a crime to get in and I liked it even better when things went terribly wrong. My issue was that I didn't really find this creepy. It was alright in a suspenseful type of way, but it was no where as pee-your-pants scary as I'd hoped it would be. There was a twist at the end and it would have been good if it wasn't so obvious. I knew from the beginning what the twist was and it kind of ruined things for me. I'm not sure if I read this before and forgotten I had or if the plot was just really predictable. Maybe it was just me. It wasn't totally bad though. I liked one of the pledges Jessie and how she was introduced as the slightly obese girl asking for sandwiches. There were so many references to her wanting some cake or whatever and I don't know whether it was intentional or not, but it had me laughing my face off. I also did like the very last page of the book and thought it was a bit freaky how things were portrayed.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Gabby

    Abby Wallis is obsessed of becoming a tri gam she would do anything to be part of that exclusive sorority but the tri gam council has a different initiation in mind each girl that will pledge must commit a crime, a crime so serious it must be kept a secret... SPOILERS AHEAD! wow!!!! this would have to be the best book that i've red from R.L Stine! at first i thought the plot would be kinda sorority row--like you know the dead would take revenge and kill each member one by one but i was wrong the Abby Wallis is obsessed of becoming a tri gam she would do anything to be part of that exclusive sorority but the tri gam council has a different initiation in mind each girl that will pledge must commit a crime, a crime so serious it must be kept a secret... SPOILERS AHEAD! wow!!!! this would have to be the best book that i've red from R.L Stine! at first i thought the plot would be kinda sorority row--like you know the dead would take revenge and kill each member one by one but i was wrong the twist in the middle is so amazing it gave me goosebumps! at first i thought jessie is the one being referred to as twisted but man i was wrong who would have thought that Gabrielle isn't real??? R.L Stine made Gabriella real at the beginning i was so shocked when Abby and Gabriella is the same person!!! i should stop now or i'll say every juicy details of this book. :)

  18. 4 out of 5

    Savannah Adams

    I think twisted is an awsome book. R.L. Stine really knows how to make you think. This book keeps you wondering, up until the very end. If you like mistery, and excitement then you should really read this book. I love to read books that keep me guessing and this book did a great job. The thing i like most about this book is it's ending. It really catches you off gaurd, in a good way. I also like the discriptivness. It really paints a picture in your mind. This book also realistic fiction, and th I think twisted is an awsome book. R.L. Stine really knows how to make you think. This book keeps you wondering, up until the very end. If you like mistery, and excitement then you should really read this book. I love to read books that keep me guessing and this book did a great job. The thing i like most about this book is it's ending. It really catches you off gaurd, in a good way. I also like the discriptivness. It really paints a picture in your mind. This book also realistic fiction, and that's cool. The thing I like least about the book is the number of characters. Some times it's hard to know who is talking or thinking. I think when you have to many characters it can be hard to follow whats going on. Overall I really like the book, and if you enjoy a good mystery I think you will too.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Thom Swennes

    When I started this book I really had no preordained expectations. I soon thought that I was in for a rather mundane “big girl” narrative where clothes and recent romances were the main course of a ho-hum literary meal. Sororities and their members (to my distant recollections) were more effusive than explosive and the footle conversation only increased my assumption. As the story continued this presumption came to an abrupt end. Gamma Gamma Gamma (or more commonly known as the Tri-Gammas) isn’t When I started this book I really had no preordained expectations. I soon thought that I was in for a rather mundane “big girl” narrative where clothes and recent romances were the main course of a ho-hum literary meal. Sororities and their members (to my distant recollections) were more effusive than explosive and the footle conversation only increased my assumption. As the story continued this presumption came to an abrupt end. Gamma Gamma Gamma (or more commonly known as the Tri-Gammas) isn’t, thank God, your average sorority. Its members are special. How far are they willing to go to belong? How much do they want to join this sisterhood? Is committing a murder beyond their desire to fit in? Can you trust your sisters? This isn’t a “pee-in-your-pants horror/thriller that many fans have come to expect from R.L. Stine but he does raise peer pressure to a deadly level.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Priscilla ☕️

    This book is primarily targeted towards young- adult readers. The plot is so much more than just a group of college girls trying to get into a Sorority. It revolves around an incident that occurred a year prior between three friends, two of which are pledging. As the story unfolds so does the mystery between those three. The whole point of this story was not to commit a crime, but to solve one that was already committed. I personally thought this book was fantastic. I read it as a young adult an This book is primarily targeted towards young- adult readers. The plot is so much more than just a group of college girls trying to get into a Sorority. It revolves around an incident that occurred a year prior between three friends, two of which are pledging. As the story unfolds so does the mystery between those three. The whole point of this story was not to commit a crime, but to solve one that was already committed. I personally thought this book was fantastic. I read it as a young adult and I have to say that for it’s kind and the audience it was directed towards it is definitely an R.L Stine classic.

  21. 4 out of 5

    l

    I've had this sitting on my bookshelf for about a year now, I've never been able to get to it. But last night, I finally did, and it was pretty good. The story was good, about the whole prank thing going wrong, and it had that classic R.L. Stine [image error] moment. So yeah, when we found out that (view spoiler)[that Gabriella WAS Abby (hide spoiler)] , it wasn't in a shocking way, especially how Gordon said it so casually. I was just like, ["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]> I've had this sitting on my bookshelf for about a year now, I've never been able to get to it. But last night, I finally did, and it was pretty good. The story was good, about the whole prank thing going wrong, and it had that classic R.L. Stine [image error] moment. So yeah, when we found out that (view spoiler)[that Gabriella WAS Abby (hide spoiler)] , it wasn't in a shocking way, especially how Gordon said it so casually. I was just like,

  22. 5 out of 5

    Christine

    This book made me cry. These girls love this stupid boy and one went BADSHIT CRAZY over him it sickens me. I read this when I was in 6th or 7th grade and I remember afterwards just crying into my pillow. How can anyone be that cruel? And what kind of person DOES that to a FRIEND?? *sigh* I don't know....I just don't know.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Caleb T

    I really liked the book because it was really mysterious. Personally I love every book that R.L. Stine writes because they all have great suspense and they have alot of mystery. I give this book a five star because it was awsome.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ms. Mielke's Class Make sure you post how your sheets tell you to!!!!

    I think other people should read this book because it will make them think about why and how people are valuable and special. It talks about how people get along and why it is important to get along. AH

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lizzie

    Another thriller written by R L Stine. This time a group of sorority girls commit a crime and their lives are never the same again. Not everything is as it seems and past actions may come back and haunt some of the sorority sisters.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Ali Carroll

    This book was interesting from beginning to end. The thing that really got me was that the ending should have been a very predictable one, but I completely did not see it coming what so ever. The suspense of finding out who committed the crimes kept me on my toes and ready to finish the book.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Janel

    Young adult fiction. Book about a girl who wants to be in Tri Gam Sorority. In order to be accepted, she and the other initiates have to commit a crime. The twist ending was my favorite part.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Book

    This book FREAKED me out! I remember finishing it in bed and actually having to crawl into my parents bed because the ending freaked me out so bad! Haha.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Caitlin

    Twisted (Point) by R. L. Stine (1995)

  30. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    R.L. Stine never lets me down. I love to read about his teenage characters that experience the wackiest hi-jinks on the planet. So fun to read!

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