By R.L. Stine
You carry on your hand the major to a shadow global of shivers and screams. Take a step clear of the secure, cozy global you recognize. free up the door to terror. there is continually room for another in...The Nightmare Room.That's Alex Smith speeding previous you, hurrying domestic to try his magazine. Why? simply because Alex hasn't ever written a be aware in his magazine, yet the day gone by, a mysterious access seemed in te book--one that instructed Alex concerning the destiny. Alex cannot wait to learn the magazine this night to determine if there is whatever new within. Too undesirable he does not discover that be establishing that e-book, he is establishing the door to...The Nightmare Room.What will you discover within the Nightmare Room subsequent time? try out e-book 6: They name Me Creature.
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Extra resources for Dear Diary, I'm Dead (Nightmare Room #5)
I crossed my fingers on both hands and watched the game intently. I barely breathed. I kept seeing those ten guys with their hands stuck in my face, demanding their five dollars. With a few minutes to go in the game, the Ravens had pulled to within two points. The seconds ticked by. The teams moved up and down the court. A shot—and a miss. A bad pass out of bounds. Only a few seconds left. The Ravens had the ball. The kid with the ball drove right at Hooper. Hooper tripped. The Raven sent up a short layup.
Everyone turned to gape at me. 27 I could feel my face growing hot. I knew that I was blushing. Mrs. Hoff tossed back her black hair and snickered. ” “I . . uh . . didn’t hear you right,” I answered, thinking fast. ” The whole class burst out laughing. I like making people laugh—but I hate being laughed at. At least it got me off the hook. Mrs. Hoff handed around the test papers. I checked mine out carefully. Two essay questions and twenty multiple choice. Yes! Just like in the diary entry. It was all true.
Look at this guy Hooper. ” 42 “Yeah. This guy Hooper can block every shot,” Chip said. “Look at him. ” A guy behind me tapped me on the shoulder. “You want to take the Ravens? I’ll take the Hummingbirds. ” “Yeah. I’ll take the Hummingbirds too,” Chip said. ” This is too easy, I thought. Way too easy. I had a plan. It was time to put it into gear. “I don’t want that bet,” I said. ” About a dozen kids were leaning in, listening to me now. The referee’s whistle echoed off the gym walls. Kids were cheering and shouting.
Dear Diary, I'm Dead (Nightmare Room #5) by R.L. Stine