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Truth or Dare . . . (You're invited to…

Truth or Dare . . . (You're invited to a Creepover)

by P.J. Night

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Fun, cute and scary (but not too scary). Perfect for the MG audience! ( )
  roses7184 | Feb 5, 2019 |
As a fan of horror, and series, I quite enjoyed this hit-the-right-beats ghost story. ( )
  morbusiff | Sep 20, 2018 |
When Abby has a sleepover that includes a game of Truth or Dare, she is forced to tell her friends who her secret crush is. Turns out it is her neighbor, Jake, who had previously dated the beautiful Sara. But Sara was killed in an accident. When Jake asks Abby to a dance, she is excited but strange messages warning her to stay away from Jake, Abby becomes convinced that Sara is visiting her, from the grave.

This book is lots of girly, creepy fun. It is the first in the You're Invited to a Creepover series. Little girls should love this. ( )
  TheLibraryhag | Aug 20, 2012 |
When Abby Miller reveals her crush (Jake Chilson), during a game of truth or dare, but not only do her friends know but also a secret person (who texted her at night saying 'stay away from Jake'). As creepy as this is, Abby keeps getting strange texts, e-mails, and she's been thinking if the ghost of Sara (Jake's passed girlfriend who died). But that's not going to stop Abby from leaving him alone, especially when they started to become more and more friends. Especially when Jake asks her to the dance. Things just keep getting worse and worse. There's definetly someone trying to sabotage Abby's plans with Jake. But there surely has to be an explanation for all of this madness! Or is there.......

This book was really quite the mysterious sort of bbokk, that's fun to read. I hate to admit, but I actually did skip to the back of the book, before reading the whole story. I couldn't keep from tuning the pages over and over. Cause actually I liked this book a lot. And it only toook me from morning to night to finish it, one day. It's a pretty easy book to read, not that hard. THe author didn't really add any scientific stuff in there or non-fiction stuff. Just mainly "What happens at a sleepover stays at a sleepover......" ( )
  LiLLY.afou5564 | May 29, 2012 |
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When Abby Miller confesses her crush on Jake during a game of Truth or Dare and then receives a text message warning her to stay away from him, she starts suspecting that her stalker is a ghost, and not a jealous classmate.

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