Weekend - Christopher Pike Reviews
Description:ISBN 034052927X / Author: Christopher Pike / Genre: Fiction / The weekend in Mexico seemed like a dream holiday, with an oceanside mansion all to themselves, but someone was taking their revenge. There was the girl upstairs fighting for her life, and the garage explosion that ... more
Newest Review: ... the girls are, relationships are important in a book like this but you shouldnt be overly worried about who wants to sleep ... more
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Customer Weekend - Christopher Pike Reviews (2)
by - written on 25/10/11 (Useful, 15 readings)
I found this book pretty good, interesting characters that werent as whiny as youd find in a typical Pike book while still following his usual fare of getting inside the mind of an American teenager, my only problems with this book are how much it goes on about how cute the guys are and how hot the girls are, relationships are important in a book like this but you shouldnt be overly worried about who wants to sleep with who, and the fact that he has a character in it that seems fairly important but nothing really comes of this character at the end, the character is a Spanish speaking sorcerer that tells a story that matches the general events that happened (the group of . Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/07 (Very useful, 776 readings)
+ THE STORY + Nothing like ditching school before graduation to enjoy a long weekend with your classmates down in sunny Mexico, huh? The car journey is less than enjoyable due to the bumpy roads, and as much as Shani Tucker is looking forward to partying with her classmates in her best friend's holiday mansion and trying to land the boy of her dreams, her mind keeps bringing up a memory she would rather forget. Robin Carlton, her best friend - is seriously ill, and has been missing a lot of school. As much as Shani is happy to be seeing Robin (particularly in such super-swanky settings - oh to be a millionaire's daughter), just a few pages in you ... Read the complete review
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