• The Thrill Club

  • By: R. L. Stine
  • Narrated by: C. J. Critt
  • Length: 3 hrs and 41 mins
  • 4.1 out of 5 stars (22 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

When it comes to writing nerve-jangling thrillers, R.L. Stine is the master. His wildly popular books have attracted thousands of young people. The Thrill Club is his hair-raising tale of a teenager who writes horror stories everyone loves - until the stories start coming true.
©1994 Parachute Press, LLC (P)1994 Recorded Books, LLC

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Erratic but entertaining

C.J. Critt does a decent job emoting these various teenagers and telling their story. The audio quality is good and the acting decent. A good recording.

This book had some good moments. The little short story horror vignettes were really entertaining and good. They also felt realistic for how a teenager would write horror stories. I liked the various characters and I felt it was an interesting tale. I think it was good the story made a point that the Thrill Club was more an official name for just some friends hanging out. That said the story was a little erratic and jumped around in spots. The ending really didn't make sense too long, it works on momentum and the story lacks that at the end when the antagonist pauses to monologue and explain how and what they did.

Not a bad book and fun but there are better Fear Street Novels.