The Locker

The Locker FINAL ASSIGNMENTAfter the nightmarish death of her parents Marlee Fleming was starting over a new school a happy life But her new friends Tyler and Noreen acted strangely when they saw the locker sh

  • Title: The Locker
  • Author: Richie Tankersley Cusick
  • ISBN: 9780671794040
  • Page: 329
  • Format: Paperback
  • FINAL ASSIGNMENTAfter the nightmarish death of her parents, Marlee Fleming was starting over a new school, a happy life But her new friends Tyler and Noreen acted strangely when they saw the locker she d been assigned They said it had belonged to Suellen, who had mysteriously disappeared The moment Marlee opened the locker and saw the horrifying vision, she was afraFINAL ASSIGNMENTAfter the nightmarish death of her parents, Marlee Fleming was starting over a new school, a happy life But her new friends Tyler and Noreen acted strangely when they saw the locker she d been assigned They said it had belonged to Suellen, who had mysteriously disappeared The moment Marlee opened the locker and saw the horrifying vision, she was afraid Afraid of the future Afraid of her own premonitions, of powers she tried to deny With a thrill of terror, Marlee knew she d been chosen to find Suellen even at the cost of her own life

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    1. I remember reading this book back when I was a young whippersnapper. I adored all things R.L. Stine and Richie Tankersley Cusick. I think my mom was worried for a while there that I was so obsessed with what is Young Adult Horror. I didn't of course realize that was a genre, I just know that I had fun reading about kids around my age involved with dark and mysterious things. The woods near my home and in my background used to scare the crap out of me. So on rainy days (and even sunny) I would cu [...]

    2. I was a bit disappointed with this one considering I was really into reading 'Vampire' also by Cusick just before this one. I know I read this one as a teenager as well but had no recollection about what happened in it. I just didn't like this one to much and the fact that her younger brother seemed waaay older then kindergarten? or was it grade 1 sort of bugged me. He seemed like a wise old man. Then again it's not like I have been around 6 year olds that much so maybe some of the time they act [...]

    3. i read this a long time ago but i dont remember it being soweird. and i dont mean weird as in 'this story is weird i am interested' i mean 'this story is weird WTF' it seems very choppy - perhaps it because i read it so long ago thins i do like is the way Marlee's feelings are described just before she has a premonitions. the other characters a little WTF - the little brother i am not buying but hey its the early 90s point horror time. i should just go with it.

    4. AWESOME!!! I have never read anything from her before so this was refreshing wonder. The book had twists and the romance was not rushed. I love the creepster thing it had going for it and i would recommend it for anyone. Fast paced with lovable chracters. And the BOY!!! The boy was pure goldif i dont stop i'll start spouting spoilersJust read it!!It WILL BE WORTH YOUR WHILE!!!

    5. The romance was slow and understated and perfect. The psychic elements, while not my thing, were creepy. The ridiculously precocious six year old was somewhat annoying; I could have suspended disbelief if he'd been ten, maybe, but as it stands it's so unrealistic it's distracting. Takeaway lesson: if you move to a small town, trust nobody.

    6. I love this book! It was the book that got me really interested in reading. It took me years and many, many second hand book dealers to finally find a copy for me.Everyone should read this at least once.

    7. I really enjoy this author, she is quite goodThis book was really good, and I liked the ending, though now that I have read a few of her books, I am starting to figure out the endings :-)

    8. The first Cusick book I ever read and loved it; edge of your seat suspense, terror, and a romantic and funny ending.

    9. Kind of all over the place and rushed at the same time. I think the plot and twist could of been done a lot better. Definitely RL Stine for teenagers.

    10. Another fun Point Horror re-read.This one felt a bit disjointed from start to finish, but it was still entertaining overall.

    11. This is one of my favorite stories, Cute teen romance before that stupid twilight shit came and ruined it.

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