Why? Because FEAR STREET was like, my favorite series growing up.
Originally released in June, 1995.
Ooh, I like this book. Before it was so popular for boys to be werewolves, and girls wanted to date werewolf boys, there was Danielle. A poor girl with a great voice and a weird feeling that something not good was happening to her. The plot is great in the book, but the best part is the lyrics interspersed throughout the action. They are sure to inspire any teens reading the story to write their own! There was a strong absence of parents in the book, but I enjoyed Danielle's psychologist visits. That dude was seriously creepy! Between being in a traveling band and having guys fall all over Danielle, I would categorize Bad Moonlight as more of a fantasy than a horror story. There really wasn't much to be scared about. The ending is full of twists you won't see coming. And that's okay with me! Bad Moonlight is a great addition to the Fear Street collection.
Fear Rating: 3 out of 3 Screams