Halloween: R.L. Stine returns to his 'Fear Street' series
The new installment in the 'Fear Street' series by Stine will be released next October.
Bestselling horror author R.L. Stine will be bringing back his “Fear Street” young adult series.Skip to next paragraph
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Stine is best known for his bestselling “Goosebumps” series. The author published his first book in the “Fear Street” series in 1989.
The “Fear Street” books followed teenagers living in the fictional town of Shadyside who dealt with strange occurrences that were sometimes paranormal and sometimes perpetrated by human adversaries.
The new book in the “Fear” series, titled “Party Games,” will be released next October, according to the New York Times.
Stine said in a statement that he looks forward to “explor[ing] new horrors” with the new book.
On his Twitter account, the author wrote, “Because so many of you asked for it – FEAR STREET RETURNS!” with a link to the NYT story.