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Publishers Weekly, 2010-08-30 Combine a title like Fear with a name like Stine, and most readers will naturally assume this collection is filled with supernatural terrors. And for many of these 13 original stories, they would be right. Heather Brewer's "Shadow Children" reveals a dark "below" world, where creatures posing as real children await. "She's Different Tonight" by Heather Graham concerns the impending horror a teenage werewolf plans to wreak on a girl (before things go very awry), and in Alane Ferguson's "Dragonfly Eyes," a girl who has just been murdered finds she can keep the tragedy from worsening. But not all fears require the paranormal: Meg Cabot's "The Night Hunter"-a thinly veiled take on Batman-follows a mall clerk who tries to intervene in a robbery, and Walter Sorrells tells the story of a college hopeful in the middle of a highly illegal and dangerous act in order to secure tuition money. Many genres are represented, and each story (including Stine's, which opens the book) offers chills, though seldom getting too gruesome. Readers seeking diverse sources of suspense will most appreciate this collection. Ages 12-up. (Sept.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
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