Final Grade (Fear Street, No. 30)
This is my second review on a Fear Street novel. I really enjoyed the first dozen Fear Street books that R.L. Stine wrote, but after that, they all became predictable and boring. Characters just died just to die, and, in reality, when a bunch of kids at school get killed, the reality is there'd be a much bigger investigation, instead of things going on normally the next day as it seems in these books. That's what's really annoying about the later books, because they're so unrealistic. If over a 100 kids died within a year--as these books draw them out to be--I would REALLY be sure that the school would eventually shut down.
Final Grade was a predictable and annoying book to me, mostly because, A: it's predicatable, B: because the characters and their situations are annoying and you're like: I can't believe that's supposed to be real, and C: all the murders. I mean, come on!!
I like suspense novels, but when everyone just dies, there's nothing suspenseful about that.