Synopses & Reviews
Beautiful girls . . . Dangerous girls
Destiny Weller and her twin sister Livvy are beautiful, smart, and popular. But a summer at Camp Blue Moon changes their lives forever. When they return home from camp, Destiny and Livvy exhibit an inhuman craving to drink blood by night, compelled to satisfy their overpowering thirst.
Have they turned into vampires?
Can they keep their terrifying secret from their family and friends? Can they evade the vampire hunters who are determined to destroy them? Destiny desperately wants to find a way to stop the horror. Livvy is intoxicated by her new powers. Will Destiny regain her life -- only to lose her sister forever?
"A fast and breezy vampire tale punctuated with a few nasty shocks." Publishers Weekly
"This is standard fare for Stine short chapters each ending with a hook, very little character development, and predictable story lines. There are a few surprises, but nothing particularly innovative. However...Stine's many fans will be satisfied." School Library Journal
Bestselling author Stine has created a creepy new novel that will leave teenagers peering over their shoulders when the next full moon rises.
After sixteen-year-old Destiny and her twin sister Livvy are turned into partial vampires at a summer camp, they try to find the "Restorer," someone who can return them to normal.
About the Author
Robert Lawrence Stine is one of the best-selling children's authors in history. He began his writing career at the age of nine writing short stories, joke books, and comic books for his friends -- and has been at it ever since!
After graduating from Ohio State University, R.L. moved to New York to become a writer. He wrote joke books and humor books and created Bananas, a zany humor magazine, before he turned to the scary. He wrote Fear Street and then Goosebumps, the phenomenal series that made him an international celebrity and the number-one best-selling children's author of all time (Guinness Book of World Records).
He recently published the first Dangerous Girls novel and two original collections of scary stories -- the New York Times best-seller Nightmare Hour and The Haunting Hour. His book series The Nightmare Room, also published by HarperCollins, was adapted into a popular TV series.
R.L. lives in Manhattan with his wife, Jane, and their son, Matthew.