Spellbound Mass Market Paperback – Dec 1 1990
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THE MORNING WAS BRISK as Cindy Jones stepped from her house to fetch the newspaper at the end of the driveway. She had grown up in the Rockies, but still the first breath of early mountain air always filled her with an invigorating freshness that was both surprising and pleasant. Read the first page
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Top Customer Reviews
This is the tale of a young man named Alex. Alex is a normal person until strange things start happening around him after one of his classmates is suspected of brutally murdering his girlfriend. These events build and form into a truly ridiculous climax (for a horror novel).
ï¿½This book had potential.ï¿½ Thatï¿½s what I think when I look back upon reading this book. I honestly believe that this book had a semi-interesting story which could have been made MUCH better, had the author not written it like some kind of comic book. The bookï¿½s just plain corny! It also doesnï¿½t make much sense and is not written in an easily understandable format. For example, the story keeps fairly believable up until it gets close to the end, where there are waterfalls of blood or something like that, gigantic birds swooping at people, and even African exchange students uncovering their secret African Shaman powers (how lame does it get?). It hardly even follows with the summary given on the back cover, which is why I read the stupid thing in the first place, and is usually the reason that anybody ever reads a book. Thatï¿½s false advertising! The only recommendation Iï¿½m giving on this book is to not bother with it, itï¿½s just not worth itï¿½.
Most recent customer reviews
A murder shocks a small town. It looks like a wild animal might have committed the crime (a la Poe's Murder in the Rue Morgue), but a local teenager is not so sure. Read morePublished on Aug. 3 2001 by Anthony Manno
I loved this book. It had all there is to have. By this, i mean romance, sci-fi, supernatural, drama. . . Read morePublished on Nov. 16 2000 by ashley
I am 23 years old. I read this book when I was a teenager and I still remember it as one of the best books I have ever read. Christopher Pike has a wonderful imagination.Published on July 9 2000 by Allie
An amazing book! incredibly suspenseful! my favorite book from C. P. It has incredibly vivid detail.Published on Jan. 8 2000
Spellbound was a very different book to read my Mr. Pike, if you've read enough of his works to see how he usually goes. Read morePublished on Oct. 28 1999
Ok so this guy has written better. But I am not saying that this book sucks. In fact, the contrary. Read morePublished on July 23 1999