IF YOU DARE : TWELVE TWISTED TALES FROM THE EDITORS OF READ MAGAZINE
Conn. : Millbrook Press, c1997
of these tales relates the story of a person struck by the fickle finger
of fate. A hockey player skates with a ghost. Schools and businesses
are canceled during a snowstorm—with emphasis on the canceled. Who
but Stephen King could write a story like “Battleground?” A hit man
returns to his hotel and finds a package waiting for him. Being in
such a dangerous line of business, Renshaw treats the package as a bomb.
He opens it carefully and finds a box inside. (Read p. 121-122 from
description of the box to the first assault on Renshaw.) To find
out if Renshaw survives this most unusual attack, read Read if You Dare.
(Mary Huebscher, Librarian, Holy Cross High School, San Antonio, TX 78228
Fate and fatalism -- Fiction.
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