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eBook Love You to Death (Nightmares) ePub

by Bebe Faas Rice

  • ISBN: 0006750230
  • Category: Science Fiction and Fantasy
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Bebe Faas Rice
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Lions (1994)
  • Pages: 224
  • ePub book: 1720 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1313 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 643

Description

by Nicholas Adams (Author), Bebe Faas Rice (Author), . Sumner (Author) & 0 more. This is a set of three stories in one book. Blood Brothers", "Love You to Death" and "Deadly Stranger".

by Nicholas Adams (Author), Bebe Faas Rice (Author), .

Love You to Death book. Julie is bored with the usual high school stuff and longs for real excitement. Then sexy and mysterious Quinn falls in love with her, but he won't allow her to have any other friends. Strange things happen to people who try to hang out with her, strange things-like death. Now Julie has more excitement than she can handle.

Love You To Death (1994) (by Bebe Faas Rice). Nightmares & Fairy Tales - Nightmares and Fairy Tales (Sometimes written Nightmares Fairy Tales) is an American comic book, written by Serena Valentino and published by Slave Labor Graphics. Home Before Dark (1994) (by Beverly Hastings). No Way Out (1994) (by Beverly Hastings). It s about a strange little doll called Annabelle. Nightmares and Fairy Tale.

Class Trip by Bebe Faas Rice

Class Trip by Bebe Faas Rice. When Angie is invited on a biology field trip with the in-crowd, she can hardly believe she’s really been accepted into their group at last. But Shadow Island is a cold, unnerving place. Struggling to cope with their dark vampire legacy, Anne Marie Montclair grieves over her mother’s tragic death, while her twin brother, Paul, is torn between his love for his sister and his hatred toward the father who had abandoned him. Vampire Twins 2: Bloodlust by Janice Harnell. The thrilling story of a sister and brother torn apart by the unthinkable secret that is their destiny.

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Though you nearly killed me, it made me love you no less My heart is on empty, I ain't got nothing left Don't you make the decision you're gonna regret 'Cause if this isn't for life, then I'll be your death. I thought I had your heart but it didn't last long I slowly fall apart every time I'm alone You say that you love me, but it never feels strong Thought I could save you, I was wrong

I had never read a Bebe Faas Rice book before, not even have I heard of her. This is by far one of the greatest books I.LOVE YOU TO DEATH is a dark, terrifying story about the dangers of obsessive love

LOVE YOU TO DEATH is a dark, terrifying story about the dangers of obsessive love. Ms. Rice tells the story from the viewpoints of both Julie, the heroine, and Quinn, the psychopath who "loves" he. ulie, initially flattered by Quinn's attention, slowly comes to realize how dangerous he is. Quinn is at first seen as the "cool guy" on campus with a "mysterious" past. But Quinn has a "dark" side that he struggles to conceal from Julie and the rest of the world until he is pushed over the edge.

Comments

Anyshoun Anyshoun
This story was very romantic and chilling at the same time. It's a pity that it's not that popular. It can really teach people what it's like to be in an abusive relationship and that you should never be scared to tell someone about what you are going through. Relationships should never be controlling and hurtful. I went through some of that when I was in high school. For those who like to be scared and enjoy bits of romance I would recommend this book!
lolike lolike
You know those days where all of your friends are out, all of your CD's have been overplayed, books falling apart cause you've read them way too much, and you have nothing to do? So you walk into your little sisters room, grab a book, and settle down to read?
Yeah. That's how I found this...
The first sentence (Afterward--for the rest of her life, in fact--Julie Hagan would wonder at the suddenness of it.) automatically sends up a warning--most times, when a book starts out with clichéd foreshadowing, the event doesn't seem to equal the beginning.
But I read on. Nothing better to do.
Turns out, after a boring love story with the dumbest kids ever, you begin to wonder how anyone could be stupid enough to write this. The foreshadowing, as I said, dampens the following events. You can't keep the reader waiting for hours and then have the horrid, life-shattering event being Sarah forgot to call and invite the character to a party. Please.
And then, it was boring. Every bad plot rolled into one. We've read a million books with the physco boyfriend. They are all the exact same:
1) Tall, dark mysterious guy shows up
2) Girl, pretty, naive gets crush
ect. ect. ect.
And I've read Class Trip. That wasn't half bad. Four stars. Odd, that such a good author could write something this utterly stupid.
Hmmm.
Eyalanev Eyalanev
LOVE YOU TO DEATH is a dark, terrifying story about the dangers of obsessive love. Ms. Rice tells the story from the viewpoints of both Julie, the heroine, and Quinn, the psychopath who "loves" her.
Julie, initially flattered by Quinn's attention, slowly comes to realize how dangerous he is. Quinn is at first seen as the "cool guy" on campus with a "mysterious" past. But Quinn has a "dark" side that he struggles to conceal from Julie and the rest of the world until he is pushed over the edge.
In addition to maintaining the suspense, Ms. Rice paints a scary (and at times funny) picture of a typical high school where students are obsessed with belonging to the right cliques, becoming part of the "in" crowd---as obsessed as Quinn is with Julie . . .
Be sure to read Bebe Faas Rice's other fine novels, which include THE YEAR THE WOLVES CAME, THE LISTENERS, AND MUSIC FROM THE DEAD.
Error parents Error parents
This book was recommended to me by my friend. I had never read a Bebe Faas Rice book before, not even have I heard of her. This is by far one of the greatest books I have ever read! Its use of language will never bore you. It has a great story line and I would recommend it to anyone that has a love of reading horror or romantic books, well this is a 2 in 1...!
It is about a girl that falls madly in fall with a stranger. At first it is the greatest thing that could have happened to her but then realises that she has just got herself invovled with a physcopath, that becomes madly obsessed with her. Her friedns start disappearing...They are all found dead. Soon she finds out that he boy she once loved isn't the man for her. She was once intregued by his mysterious past and the more she finds out abou him and his past the more she wishes she never met him. A sad ending but after reading this it started an obsession with Bebe Faas Books, which are really the best ever..!!
Siratius Siratius
What a waste of time. The sickening love story between the antagonist and protagonist probably makes this book the most trifling than anything I've read before. Please, I beg of you people, don't read this book. Instead, go out and purchase her Edgar Allan Poe nominated novel CLASS TRIP. You'll thank me.