The Fear Street Books: an index

For those of you who long for a little method in all this madness, I've put together a list of all the Fear Street books, in order. Makes it easy to find your favourite Fear Street book, or to read our postings chronologically to the series (not the random way we went about blogging on them.)


Fear Street


New Fear Street


Fear Street Super Chillers


Fear Street Cheerleaders


The Fear Street Saga


99 Fear Street: The House of Evil


Fear Street: The Cataluna Chronicles


Fear Street: Fear Park


Fear Street Nights


Fear Street Sagas


Fear Street Seniors


Others/Point Horror

20 comments:

Angela said...

Thank You! I have started trying to collect all these books and this is very helpful

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Anonymous said...

Amazing blog! Trying to figure out if a book that I'm thinking about is a Fear Street novel. It's told in the perspective of a young teenage boy, and there is something about a necklace he wears that helps him to live, and a heart or body inside his house. Does anyone know what the title of this book is?

L. K. Stine said...

Hey Anonymous,
I think the book you're looking for might be a 99 Fear Street Book - the Second Horror. Let me know if I'm right!

Anonymous said...

Oh my god, you're here! Your comment appeared within the second it took me to click reply, literally just now, to mention 99 Fear Street!
Um, I love your blog. I'm slowly collecting all the Fear Streets of my youth and have been reading every single one of your recaps after I reread all the books. This blog is, like, my current literary inspiration and also the thing keeping my crazily growing collection of Fear Streets sane. You have seriously contributed to the internet, ladies. Y'all do some hilarious and amazing work. <3

Anonymous said...

P.S. 'The Dead Girlfriend' in the Point Horror section mistakenly links to the wrong recap, so y'all know.

Anonymous said...

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Indi Jakarta said...

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Patrick Hughes said...

Are you going to continue with the three new Fear Street books since Party Games?

Unknown said...

Please review the new Features Street books. Sarcasm laced with love for nostalgia is....to die for! (Mwahaha R.L.you old devil you - sounds like one of your taglines)

Anonymous said...

Can someone recommend good fear street books ?

Anonymous said...

Yes

Anonymous said...

Who are you anonymous

Anonymous said...

I have an idea. You should write about Goosebumps books you know Goosebumps Snark. I watched a video. It said R.L. Stine is publishing a new series called Slappy World. In it I think Slappy tells scary stories. But Aussie said it would be so "COOL" (Note the sarcasm) if the whole series was based on one family. You one big story.

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Alex Foley said...

This is really helpful/awesome. Question: Does anyone know where I could buy an e-book version of the Fer Street collection? Is that even possible? I had most of the books when I was younger, but no more. Would love to get them on my e-reader.

Alex Foley said...

Oops, "Fear" Street. Forgive the typo.

Stewart Morgan said...

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Meme Cottrill said...

Where is twisted?