Krazy 4 U

Krazy U Abbie thought she had no enemiesuntil now First someone tries to run her down in a truck Next the life threatening phone calls and letters start Then she walks in on a room plastered with life size

  • Title: Krazy 4 U
  • Author: A. Bates
  • ISBN: 9780590195218
  • Page: 365
  • Format: Paperback
  • Abbie thought she had no enemiesuntil now.First, someone tries to run her down in a truck Next the life threatening phone calls and letters start Then, she walks in on a room plastered with life size photos of herselfAbbie s scared Really scared She can t trust anyone, not even her best friend Someone wants to kill her and she s got to find out who before sheAbbie thought she had no enemiesuntil now.First, someone tries to run her down in a truck Next the life threatening phone calls and letters start Then, she walks in on a room plastered with life size photos of herselfAbbie s scared Really scared She can t trust anyone, not even her best friend Someone wants to kill her and she s got to find out who before she ends up dead
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    752 Comment

    • Sati Marie Frost says:

      Darn it, I really don't know how I feel about this book.Abbie is a pretty normal girl. Sure, she's a fanatic for health food and paranoid about getting cancer (slightly odd traits in teenage girls!) but aside from that she's pretty normal. So she's not sure how she's acquired a stalker. Well, kind of a stalker. There's no actual stalking going on per se - although someone (or something) breaks her window one night, and someone's leaving her notes that say things like "IM KRAZY 4 U" - but she's d [...]

    • Sharon says:

      This was a easy book to get through but it was good. A little perditable in parts but i enjoyed it.

    • Steve Messerer says:

      I enjoy reading “young adult” novels, especially the spooky ones. You never know what you are going to get when you open one of these tomes. Sometimes the stories are hair-raising, violence and sex filled page-turners but mostly they are HardyBoys/NancyDrew-esque tales of simple misperceptions of underhanded charlatans, masquerading as ghosts and goblins, drawing attention away from their truly pedestrian misdeeds. Auline Bates’ Krazy 4 U is harmless fluff that even the most innocent of re [...]

    • Nattie says:

      I would give this three stars, but what's her name got on my nerves, and I figured out the baddie before page 90. If I can figure out the baddie, that's a problem. LOL!What's her name just didn't make sense to me. Someone is stalking your home and breaking in, just so they can get you. You're so scared you sleep in the bathroom instead of your bedroom because your window was broken. One night, you decide to play detective and catch the baddie, so you sleep outside in a sleeping bag so you can gu [...]

    • Laura Lynn Foster says:

      I have to be honest, not many books make me root for the killer, but this one did. The main character did some really stupid things (like sleep outside her house in a sleeping bag to wait for the killer to return). I couldn't sympathize with the main character, she quickly became annoying, and her best friend was equally annoying. They fought so much, I wondered how they were even friends in the first place.

    • Sarah Chambers says:

      It was a bit slow to start and you could pretty much tell who the stalker was, but still a really enjoyable book if you are into the point horror series. Not one of the best or worse, the constant health food talk might get a bit too much.

    • Stefanie says:

      Considering who the perpetrator was and the closeness they managed I'm surprised he didn't try and poison Abbbie through her health food stuff as she's the only one that eats it.

    • Sally says:

      Good book, really got me looking over my shoulder afterwards! I found my heart racing through some parts and i wish i could forget what happened and read it again!

    • Robyn Drummond says:

      I had an inkling. But woah!! So many odd occurences!

    • Larayna Morales says:

      watch what you do

    • Louise says:

      I loved this book! It had a surprising ending. =]

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