About the Book
- Christopher Pike
- Cis Girl
- White (Non-Specified)
Devices Included: 11
Lara and the girls get together for a weekend of ski and slumber at Nell’s mansion. They haven’t all been together since that tragic night eight years ago…and now it’s happening… AGAIN.
Christopher Pike’s Favorite Literary Devices:
- Creepy Siblings
- Dream Sequence
- Faked Death
- False Identity
- Group Secret
- Ouija Board
- Secretly Related
- Villain Monologue
Can I Guess the End?
If you can’t guess the end of this book, raise your hand, and Tommy will come back there and hit you over the head with a tack hammer because you are oblivious.
How Fucked Up Is This Book?
It’s not even fucked up.
Does the Cover/Title Accurately Represent the Story?
The title and cover are both entirely prosaic, so yes, they are representative of the book.
Should I Read (Or Re-Read As an Adult) This Book?
Oh HELL no. Slumber Party is unbelievably tedious. It seriously took me WEEKS to finish the book, and it’s like 150 pages. I’d read a couple of pages and then just groan and throw it down. It’s also Pike’s first published novel, so I’ll give him a pass. Grudgingly.
FTC Full Disclosure: I received neither money nor cocktails for writing this review (dammit!). Slumber Party is available now.