[Read] ➯ I Saw You That Night! Author R.L. Stine – Realestatelawcenter.us

I Saw You That Night! Sand Surf Sun Roxie Lives For The Summer But This Summer Things Aren T Going The Way Roxie Planned.It All Started When She Broke Into Lee Blume S House Just To Win A Stupid Bet Because While She Was In Lee S House, Roxie Saw Something She Shouldn T Have Seen Heard Something She Shouldn T Have Heard.And Now Someone S Looking For Roxie.Someone Who Wants Herdead.

[Read] ➯ I Saw You That Night!  Author R.L. Stine – Realestatelawcenter.us
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 179 pages
  • I Saw You That Night!
  • R.L. Stine
  • English
  • 09 May 2018
  • 0590474812

    10 thoughts on “[Read] ➯ I Saw You That Night! Author R.L. Stine – Realestatelawcenter.us


  1. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Personal Response I liked I Saw You That Night because of the idea of the story, along with the many surprise twist This was not my favorite R.L Stine book, but it was still a pretty good book One reason why I did not like it as much, was the fact that it got kind of boring in the middle As I got closer to the end, the book turned completely around, it becameintriguing.Plot Summary This book about a girl named Roxie, who loves the beach and a boy named Lee Lee was shy, but had a bad t Personal Response I liked I Saw Yo...


  2. says:

    I read all of R.L Stine s Fear Street books as a kid, but read very few of his stand alone books Probably because my library didn t carry many of them except for the Babysitter ones I had never even heard of this book, but I saw it at Half Price Books and it was cheap so I picked it up.This was classic R.L Stine, with twists at every turn I thought I had the ending solved, but got thrown for a loop about halfway through I like being surprised view spoiler I am still confused about Lee, I read all of R.L Stine s Fear Street books as a kid, but read very few of his stand alone books Probably because my library didn t carry many of them except for the Babysitter ones I had never even heard of this book, but I saw it at Half Price Books and it was cheap so I picked it up.This was classic R.L Stine, with twists at every turn I thought I had the ending solved, but got thrown for a loop about halfway through I like being su...


  3. says:

    Roxie breaks into Lee Blume s house to win a bet and witnesses a murder She doesn t know what to do and her fear builds when she realizes that the murderer saw her too.A quick read, it took me about an hour Somewhat predictable and the charact...


  4. says:

    I thought I read all of Stines but I guess I missed this one..actually I saw this once on a book shelf but walked past it because it looked dumb Years later I was browsing the internet and came across a site that had this book ...


  5. says:

    This book was good and got me wondering what I would do if i was stuck in a similar situation, and then it made me realise how glad I am that I m not in a similar situation, but that i can feel like I am just from reading a book


  6. says:

    My first an only R.L Stine Book Yeah, yeah I know, that makes me a bad child of the 90s.


  7. says:

    What a big pile of blah So Roxie and Ursula are best friends Well, sort of Ursula has to turn everything into a competition including winning the affections of the cute Lee Blume Roxie has a boyfriend, but she s learned from Sweet Valley and won t let that bother her one bit The girls say the winner has to go on a date with Lee and wear his Sharks cap to school the next day Roxie knows she can t beat Ursula by normal means, so she devises a plan She will break into Lee s house, take p What a big pile of blah So Roxie and Ursula are best friends Well, sort of Ursula has to turn everything into a competition including winning the affections of the cute Lee Blume Roxie has a boyfriend, but she s learned from Sweet Valley and won t let that bother her one bit The girls say the winner has to go on a date with Lee and wear his Sharks cap to school the next day Roxie knows she can t beat Ursula by normal means, so she devises a plan She will break into L...


  8. says:

    There s not much to say about Stine s books, or this one, in particular, aside of his overly famous Goosebumps series, and The Fear Street, his individual works are quite similar, except they re a littlevisceral for Stine s purposes, anyway , and for what I had understand,realistic and directly into the thriller field I Saw You That Night is your typical who s the killer kind of story, and even though its premise has been done to death, the twist can be seen a miles away, and e There s not much to say about Stine s books, or this one, in particular, aside of his overly famous Goosebumps series, and The Fear Street, his individual works are quite similar, except they re a littlevisceral for Stine s purposes, anyway , and for what I had understand,realistic and directly into the thriller field I Saw You That Night is your typical who s the killer kind of story, and even though its premise has been done to death, the twist can be seen a miles away, and every chapter ends with a cliffhanger that ends up having a cheap turn on the next one, somehow, Stine makes it work in a fa...


  9. says:

    haha, oh dear I remember I read all of these when I was a tween, and I guess there are just some things you can t go back to The nostalgia definitely counts for something but rereading them now I can t unsee the formula I can t escape the recog...


  10. says:

    2.5 generous stars due to nostalgia value.I was obsessed with this book when I was 12 I would borrow it from the library repeatedly Revisiting it was fun It literally takes an hour to read I miss terrible 90s horror YA.

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