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Product Details

  • Paperback: 144 pages
  • Publisher: Simon Pulse (April 1 1997)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0671529625
  • ISBN-13: 978-0671529628
  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 1 x 20.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 23 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #570,838 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

R.L. Stine, author of the multimillion-selling Goosebumps and Fear Street series, lives in New York City with his wife, Jane, an editor and publisher, and their dog, Minnie. Visit RLStine.com.

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Format: Paperback
The Rich girl is about two girls, Emma and Sydney, who find a bag stuffed with money in a dumpster in New York City. Sydney's boyfriend Jason, found out about it, and tried to steal it. Jason felt that the only way he could get half of the money would be to kill Emma. A couple of days later, Emma and Jason were walking down the stairs and Jason pushed her. She fell and Landed on her head. Jason felt so terrible about what he had done, he fixed Emma's car. He fixed it so well, she almost died again. He'd cut her brake lines. Emma and Jason had a plan to make Sydney crazy. They did this because they knew that she would go to the police and they couldn't let her do that. This is a great book. It is suspenceful and it keeps you on the edge of your seat. For example, Jason came to sydney's house after Emma hit him with a shovel. He came pretending to be dead, and tried to kill her. The characterization was wonderful too. There were bad things about the book too. Sometimes there was very little detail, like when R.L. Stein was describing Emma. Other times, he used way to much detail, like when he described how Emma killed Jason with a shovel and a rock. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes mystery, suspence and adventure.
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By Josh on April 24 2004
Format: Paperback
Emma Naylor and her best friend Sydney Shue have always shared their secrets with each other. Now, the two girls have a huge secret to share. They've found a bag of money with enough cash to make them the richest girls in Shadyside. They promise not to tell anyone, but Sydney can't resist telling her boyfriend, Jason. Emma's worried, though. She doesn't trust Jason. She's sure he'll do anything to get his hands on that money...even kill.
I love this Fear Street book! This one will definitely stick with me for a long time. I barely manage to read books from cover to cover in one day, but I did it with this one. Anyway, there were a lot of creepy twists in this book. Especially in the end. The ending makes you go like: "Whoa! I didn't see that coming!" Although it's not the best Fear Street, it's still a pretty good one.
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I recommend this book to basically anyone who is looking for a quick and good read. The plot is interesting and involving and you will find yourself hooked to the book. The book reveals the evils of money when two best friends, Sydney and Emma, find a bag full of money. They both promise to bury it somewhere and split it between the two later and made a pact to never tell anyone about it. Well, Sydney breaks the pact and reveals all to her boyfriend, Jason. Suddenly bad things start to happen and Emma believes that Jason is responsible. She thinks that Jason wants to kill her so that he could have a say to the money. This book is filled with surprises in the end. A real twister to the story, characteristic of R.L stine's other fear street books.
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The Rich Girl was an excellent book about a girl named Emma and her best friend Sydney. One day they find a bag of money, and they swear not to tell anyone. But Sydney breaks her promise and tells her boyfriend. Emma and Sydney's boyfriend have never really gotten along, so it's not surprising that Emma suspects him when strange, potentially fatal accidents begin to happen to her. Before Emma can figure out who is responsible for these horrible things, a number of bizarre incidents happen to her that will keep your mind boggling with the suspense! This book is definitely worth reading, so what are you waiting for?
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By A Customer on Nov. 1 1999
Format: Paperback
I just finished reading the book The Rich Girl by R. L. Stine. It starts out when Emma Taylor and Sydney Shue find a duffle bag full of money, they swear never to tell a soul and split the money between themselves. But Sydney didn't keep the secret, she just had to tell her boyfriend Jason. Well Emma was really scared after that. Emma thought Jason would steal the money from them and maybe even kill for it. I loved the book but the ending was just to boring. The book was very interesting till the end. However, I would definitely recommend this book but readers should expect a let down at the end.
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By Meghan W. on May 4 2004
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The Rich girl is one of the best books written by R.L Stine. I have read the majority of his books. The reason I thought this is his best book is because it talks about peer pressure and steeling, not just his usual murder topic.
Peer pressure is an important topic; it teaches kids how not to give in to it. It shows that bad things happen when you give in to peer pressure.
I like R.L Stine because he uses suspense alot. I never know what to expect next. I can never put the book down once I start reading it! The only other author I emjoyed reading as much was Christopher Pike.
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This book was really interesting in the beggining. I thought I was really going to enjoy it. The end was really stupid and I've read lots of R.L. Stine books and this one really disappointed me. I like the books where someone actually dies and there are many suspects, like Broken Hearts, that is my favorite book and it's by R.L. Stine. Well I don't think you should read this because it's really just wasting your time. But if your in for a practical joke to make someone go nuts, go for it!
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