All-Night Party (Fear Street Series)

All-Night Party (Fear Street Series)

by R. L. Stine

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Fear Street — Where Your Worst Nightmares Live...
It's Cindy's birthday, and her friends are throwing her a surprise party on Fire Island. It's a private party — no parents, no fact, no one around for miles.
Except there's a madman loose on the island. A murderer who quietly crashes the party.
And he wants to dance with the birthday girl...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781416903215
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Publication date: 05/17/2005
Series: Fear Street Series
Edition description: Reissue
Pages: 160
Sales rank: 370,918
Product dimensions: 4.18(w) x 7.00(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range: 12 - 17 Years

About the Author

R.L. Stine invented the teen horror genre with Fear Street, the bestselling teen horror series of all time. He also changed the face of children’s publishing with the mega-successful Goosebumps series, which Guinness World Records cites as the Bestselling Children’s Books ever, and went on to become a worldwide multimedia phenomenon. He lives in New York City with his wife, Jane, and their dog, Nadine.


New York, New York

Date of Birth:

October 8, 1943

Place of Birth:

Columbus, Ohio


B.A., Ohio State University, 1965

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All-Night Party 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 50 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Book title and author: All Night Party R.L. Stine Title of review: Jessica's Book review of the All-night Party Number of stars (1 to 5): 5 Introduction it starts out with a group of friends throwing her a birthday party on fear Street Island. But what they don't know is that there is a so called killer on the lose that escaped from the jail on fear street island. But the group of friends doesn't know that there is a killer on the lose. So they play a trick on Cindy and kid-nap her and put her in a car and brought her to the cabin, but before they get to the cabin they half to get on a boat to get their. Mean while it's raining and they are soaked. Finally they get to the cabin close to the woods. Description and summary of main points The All-night party was a vey good book. It explained who the real killer on fear Street Island. It was and it is very descriptive. It's a very good book if you like mystery and suspense. It's mainly about Cindy's murder on fear Street Island. But what they all don't know is that there friend is the killer. In the book you will read it is really good and it is really descriptive and tells you all the main details of the story. So if you like mystery and suspense you will like this book. Evaluation In the book its starts out with friends throwing Cindy a birthday party on fear Street Island. But when Cindy's ex- boyfriend was their and they were getting into a fight outside of the cabin and Jackson overheard the fight and maybe a little more than a hour after the fight Cindy ends up dead in the kitchen of the cabin. So they start to look for clues about who would have wanted to kill Cindy. They start finding clues to say that it was one of their friends because Cindy wouldn't date him so if he couldn't have Cindy no one could. So that is why Cindy ended up dead in the kitchen of the cabin they rented for the party. Conclusion is that the person and friend that killed Cindy was caught by the police and he went to jail for what he did to Cindy on her birthday party on Fear Street Island. Because when they found out that their friend was the killer and that there was never really a killer on Fear Street Island. They called the police and he went to jail.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read All Night Party in two days twenty pages one night and one hundred forty pages the other. THis book is a gripping read. I cannot beleive the real murderer. WHy would the (person) do something like that. Terrifying and gripping, like a never ending book ending book. I wish the book would be a little thicker.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Omg finished this book yesterday it was awesome i was reading it in the dark it gave me the chills it was a nail bitting on the edge of your seat book and it was a amazing mystery book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was a really good book, I loved it for the recerd in Grechen
Twilight45 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I loved this one. Its Cindy's Birthday, and her friends take her to her friend Gills cabin on Fear Island. Gill tells everyone to beware because there is an escsaped prisoner on the loose. The party is great until someone dies.
the_hag on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
It's a Killer Party!, January 4, 2007 Somehow, my library said this was the first book in the Fear Street series, but it's not...its way down on the list, it's 45 in the series. All-Night Party does fine as a stand alone book, though I do wonder if there isn't more about the location and background (since I believe all the stores are set in and around the town of Shadyside). In this book we have a medium cast of teenagers who set out to jokingly kidnap their friend Cindy to her birthday party out at a deserted cabin on Fear Island. During the botched kidnapping, one of the friends reveals that here is an escaped prison inmate out on the loose, but that doesn't stop our intrepid party goers. All in all, it's a pretty typical set up; kids alone on an island with no phone, a remote cabin, dark and stormy night and tension amongst friends while the spoiled and selfish birthday girl is unaware that she's made her very last birthday wish! The characters include Hannah Waters, Cindy's oldest best friend; Gretchen Davies, a relatively new girl who's just glad to be accepted by the group but is sometimes put off by Cindy's selfish and vain behavior; Gil Shepherd, Hannah's boyfriend (who used to be Cindy's boyfriend until her parents wouldn't let her see him anymore); Jackson Kane, the kinda intense and creepy guy, a loner; Patrick Munson a friend whom Cindy loves to tease; and Cindy, the spoiled and self-centered birthday girl. They're all pretty typical teenage characters full of angst and melodramatic goings on...Hannah and Cindy vie for Gil's attention; Cindy likes to have whatever Hannah is wants whether she really wants it or not, and so on. All-Night Party takes all that, throws in the prospect of an escaped killer convict, mixes in a dark and stormy night and you've got an easy set up for a teenage murder-mystery! When Cindy turns up dead, the party goers initially think the maniac is on the island, but it slowly dawns on them that the killer isn't some unknown's one of them. That's when things get interesting...who did it? Read though this quick little mystery and see if you can piece it together before the big "reveal" at the end. Overall, All-Night Party has good atmosphere and the antagonism between the characters is good, but occasionally grating (a bit overdone), and I enjoyed figuring out who done it (early on unfortunately), but it was still a fun read, kind of the way a B movie is still fun to watch even though you figure out who the killer is halfway through the movie! I give it three stars, a light and entertaining murder-mystery with classic horror elements.
vortega on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
R.L. Stine books are number one in popularity at middle schools--no other series comes close to pulling in so many young readers. The Fear Street series has a more 'teenage audience' look (book cover, size of type and length) than Goosebumps which is geared for the upper elementary, pre-teen reader. The book All Night Party is a very quick read. The characters are not developed or really distinguishable from each other because there isn't much descriptive language. The dialogue is spare and lacks emotion. The story is formulaic and the plot is contrived and in the end a few skeletons fall out of the closet and the bad guy is found out. This book is appealing because the writing is accessible for developing readers and it portrays teenagers thinking and behaving badly which can be a vicarious thrill for some!
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Age:7-8-9 dont judge me <p> I sometimes Dj <p> Looks: White hair with black bows holding it in pigtail. White skin, black eyes, black dress, and black shoes
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Looks. Short blue skirt neon green shirt red hair green eyes age 7-8-9
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Grabs a bottle of gin of the truck.
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Oh sorry. I haven't been on that book. It's ok. Sorry for making YOU wait so long. Lol
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Shimmer she called " you ok? "
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"You dont beleive me! Why would i wamt to be forcemated?"
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colemanstudent-KND More than 1 year ago
This is a great book! i thought it was a great book becuase it was suspencful and mind blowing! this is also a great book because it made me laugh a little bit and it makes you thinkk!!! this is an awesome book, so you should definetly read it!(:
madog23 More than 1 year ago
I thought it was the best book ever! Actualy it was my first R.L Stine book i ever read. I read it in 5th grade i loved, it so much that i read it in 4 days and thats not normal at least for me. But now my fav. series are R.L Stine.
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