Hide and Seek

Hide and Seek is a Kindle Alyssa PetersHorror This book is definetly a book for young adults It seemed kind of too young for me It was about a girl named Lissa who has an angry father One night Lis

Hide and Seek is a Kindle Alyssa PetersHorror This book is definetly a book for young adults. It seemed kind of too young for me. It was about a girl named Lissa who has an angry father. One night Lissa and her friend Abby sneek out to the barn to peer into the window to see what Lissa's father is doing. He was actually painting a really weird angry looking picture. Then as the story progresses, someone is after Lissa. They chase her through the woods with a gun. It turns out to be Lissa's father. Lissa's friend Josh winds up saving her and she goes to stay with him and his grandma. I would reccomend this book for young adults who like horror stories. . This exciting new thriller from the well reviewed author of Be Mine focuses on a 16 year old who is being stalked by someone who seems to know her very, very well someone who may have known her forever.. A viral Book Hide and Seek Jane McFann has a completely different style of story telling. And tells us a tale that is worthy of Point Horror.
Hide and Seek on Steam Aug , Hide and Seek is a first person multiplayer FPS game where you play hide and seek in various environments Hide and Seek follows the traditional Seeker vs many Hiders model of hide and seek that everyone is familiar with Hide and Seek Hide and Seek TV Series Oct , Storyline In an ordinary looking apartment, a father and daughter play a game of hide and seek While searching for his daughter, she is nowhere to be found Later, a video is posted Hide and Seek Jan , Hide and Seek revolves around a widower and his daughter They move to upstate and Emily soon creates an imaginary friend named Charlie but this act takes an unexpected and Hide N Seek Apps on Google Play Sep , The good old classic hide seek Play either as a seeker or as a hider and build your shelters from cars or office desks, hide in the water, in the hay pile, in the cornfield, in the boss office

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  1. Alyssa PetersHorror This book is definetly a book for young adults It seemed kind of too young for me It was about a girl named Lissa who has an angry father One night Lissa and her friend Abby sneek out to the barn to peer into the window to see what Lissa s father is doing He was actually painting a really weird angry looking picture Then as the story progresses, someone is after Lissa They chase her through the woods with a gun It turns out to be Lissa s father Lissa s friend Josh winds up sa [...]




  2. This gets 3.5 from me Rather than a horror story, this is a tale of one girl s abusive childhood that culminates in her literally running and hiding in fear of her life The whole novel is spent with Lissa, in her head and her life, so we get to know her really well From the outside her decisions might not make sense, but because we know her thought processes, tainted as they are by years of emotional and later physical abuse, we can empathize and understand This is what excellent characterizati [...]


  3. 5 out of 5 Point Horror Book Stars I rate these books compared to other Point Horror Books Only I read this as part of the pointhorrorbookclub that I run monthly You can read the post here talesofyesterday 2016 04This is of a discussion than a review with highlighted areas of the book and has a comedy feel to the discussion to Please be aware that as this is a discussion there will be spoilers.Want to know about pointhorrorbookclub check this out talesofyesterday tales pAll in all I personally [...]


  4. I m not sure what to make of this It was an absorbing read, but didn t feel at all like a Point Horror Instead it s an inside view of growing up in an abusive home with a raging narcissistic father and a neglectful mother who enables her horrible husband s behaviour I m so, no amount of because Vietnam excuses anything he did, and the fact that his daughter feels sorry for him in the end is probably symptomatic of the way she s been programmed to ignore her own needsI m basically still yelling a [...]


  5. This was quite an eerie read Unlike other Point Horror books I ve read, this one focused on a believable story about a young girl who is abused by her father This book really got to me I found myself feeling very uncomfortable in parts quite anxious in others I liked the way the story was told with Lissa reflecting on her past how it linked to the present Overall this has been the best Point Horror book I have read so far, mainly because it had some actual depth to it.


  6. This book was lame and it touched a sore spot with me because the girl s dad turned out to be a psycho trying to kill herNot sayin my ol man wanted to kill me but well you get the idea Violence in a kiddie bookt my cup of tea so I blew it right out the door










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