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The Dead End PDF, ePub eBook Poison Apple Books: Thrilling. Bone-chilling. These books have bite! Casey Slater can't believe her bad luck. It's the summer before seventh grade, and instead of the perfect vacation she'd planned with her best friend, Casey is in a remote country town, where her parents are restoring an old, creaky, creepy house. Worst of all, everyone else in town thinks the old house i Poison Apple Books: Thrilling. Bone-chilling. These books have bite! Casey Slater can't believe her bad luck. It's the summer before seventh grade, and instead of the perfect vacation she'd planned with her best friend, Casey is in a remote country town, where her parents are restoring an old, creaky, creepy house. Worst of all, everyone else in town thinks the old house is haunted. And soon Casey thinks so, too -- a vase explodes, a heavy china cabinet falls over on its own -- and it seems like the ghost doesn't want them there. Casey thought she'd be dying of boredom, but now she's scared to death!"

30 review for The Dead End

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Bašić

    A cute creepy story about a girl who has to spend the whole summer in the middle of nowhere. But it's not boring, there's something going on - ghosts maybe? Only Casey Slater knows it but her parents don't believe her - of course, when you don't want to listen to your children, it is enough to tell them they are imagining things. Casey's parents were going on my nerves the whole time, they never believed what their daughter told them, for God's sake they've never even shown their love to her, in A cute creepy story about a girl who has to spend the whole summer in the middle of nowhere. But it's not boring, there's something going on - ghosts maybe? Only Casey Slater knows it but her parents don't believe her - of course, when you don't want to listen to your children, it is enough to tell them they are imagining things. Casey's parents were going on my nerves the whole time, they never believed what their daughter told them, for God's sake they've never even shown their love to her, in any way. Oh my God, what kind of monsters are you and who let you have kids... and finally why write about such people who don't deserve anything or anybody but themselves. Thank God, Casey is a nice girl and I liked her and her battle with ghosts.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca McNutt

    Another one of those "urban centers good, small towns bad" books, and definitely not original by a long shot. Haunted house in a dreary town? Eh, wasn't that done twenty-some years ago in Welcome to Dead House and The Tale of the Restless House? This book isn't horrible, mind you. I think many middle-grade readers can identify with the angst and hopelessness of having to spend summer away from their social lives and being spirited away by their parents to dull places. I did like the author's use Another one of those "urban centers good, small towns bad" books, and definitely not original by a long shot. Haunted house in a dreary town? Eh, wasn't that done twenty-some years ago in Welcome to Dead House and The Tale of the Restless House? This book isn't horrible, mind you. I think many middle-grade readers can identify with the angst and hopelessness of having to spend summer away from their social lives and being spirited away by their parents to dull places. I did like the author's use of vocabulary, too.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ashley Ehlers

    Originally posted on Paranormal Sisters: http://paranormalsisters.blogspot.com... I devoured this in a day! A day! I couldn't put it down and I'm so happy I enjoyed it so much because I've been wanting to read this for yeeeaaars! I finally said enough, it's time I start this series! All the books in this series are standalone but I just had to start with the first one. The Dead End is about a girl that moves into a summer home in the country with her family. Throughout the summer her parents are b Originally posted on Paranormal Sisters: http://paranormalsisters.blogspot.com... I devoured this in a day! A day! I couldn't put it down and I'm so happy I enjoyed it so much because I've been wanting to read this for yeeeaaars! I finally said enough, it's time I start this series! All the books in this series are standalone but I just had to start with the first one. The Dead End is about a girl that moves into a summer home in the country with her family. Throughout the summer her parents are busy making the place look nice while Casey has to find ways to entertain herself. As the days go by unexplainable things happen around Casey and of course her parents don't believe her when she tells them. Which is why she finds comfort in a diary she found that belonged to a young girl who lived there in the 30's, who also went through what Casey is going through. That is until the diary entries just end and Casey has a bad feeling something happened to the girl and it's going to happen to her too. Honestly as the pages started to get smaller I didn't know where this story was going to go. But once all the pieces fell together I was in awe in how beautifully written this was! It was brilliantly woven in my eyes because I honestly didn't see that ending coming and how it all tied in with the girl from the past! Well done, Mrs. McCoy! I loved it and I can't wait to continue the Poison Apple series! For this being aimed for Middle Schoolers I didn't at all feel too old reading it, felt Casey was pretty mature once things started to happened and she had to deal with it all on her own.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sabrina

    Poison Apple is a more spookier and paranormal version of the Candy Apple series. I never read any Poison Apple book except this one. And I was scared! I know i know its a book how can you? This book i finished within a day or two. I could NOT put it down! Casey Slater is just an average seventh grader wanting to have a great summer vacation with her best friend. But her parents take her to an unforgetable vacation. Her and her parents drive down to a house that they will be staying in for the s Poison Apple is a more spookier and paranormal version of the Candy Apple series. I never read any Poison Apple book except this one. And I was scared! I know i know its a book how can you? This book i finished within a day or two. I could NOT put it down! Casey Slater is just an average seventh grader wanting to have a great summer vacation with her best friend. But her parents take her to an unforgetable vacation. Her and her parents drive down to a house that they will be staying in for the summer. Of course Casey did not want to go. When they arrived weird things began to happen. There was a ghost in the house. Casey recieved a message on the mirror saying "Get Out!" she told her parents thinking they will understand but they did not. Casey found a Diary that belonged to a girl that stayed there around the 1930's. Casey read it and realized the same things were happening to her as it did the other girl. And it wasnt just Casey that thought this house was haunted. It was the whole neighboorhood. I don't want to say anymore but you have to read this!We teenagers can light weight relate to this because our parents never listen or understand us. We are UNFATHOMABLE ;) It is a pretty average sized book and I am sure you will love it. I was under the blanket the whole time thinking a ghost will write something on my mirror.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

    Casey gets ready to have a fun summer with Jillian but her plans are cancelled by her parents because they bought a haunted house in New Hampshire.Casey then goes through a lot of things that she couldn't really explain until she finds a diary written by Millie who died in a steamer trunk.Both Millie and Casey have dreams that connect to the other's situation.Millie dreams about a fire happening in Casey's time and Casey dreams of playing hide-and-seek in Millie's time.It ends up that the things Casey gets ready to have a fun summer with Jillian but her plans are cancelled by her parents because they bought a haunted house in New Hampshire.Casey then goes through a lot of things that she couldn't really explain until she finds a diary written by Millie who died in a steamer trunk.Both Millie and Casey have dreams that connect to the other's situation.Millie dreams about a fire happening in Casey's time and Casey dreams of playing hide-and-seek in Millie's time.It ends up that the things that happened was done by Millie's 'spirit' to protect Casey and get her away from the house that was to be on fire.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Yasmin

    An awesome book about a girl that discovers a ghost that lives in her summer house. I love love loved it!!! To all of my friends and classmates out there you have to read this book! It chills your bones. This is like my trip to Bangladesh. I thought it would be boring but I had an awesome time! I rode a horse, fell off and brige, played with a chicken, and meet a bull. AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Carrie

    I found myself enjoying this book far more then I imagined I would. A creepy children's ghost story that actually kept me on my toe's. It has a great message at the end, about over coming obstacles and facing your fears which is wonderful and true for either sex or age. Aimed at middle grade children but any age can enjoy it.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    This book was alright for 2-3 graders. Anyone above that should be reading higher level books.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Vitalina

    Millie Hugh wrote how she is just thrilled for her birthday party in her old diary that she had in the 1930’s. Casey Slater finds the diary from 80 years ago in her new house. She has one question, why did Millie just stop writing in her diary on her birthday that she was so excited about? Casey recalls names of people Millie wrote about that went to her birthday party and she immediately goes seeking those people. But, will Casey find them and answer her question if Millie is dead or still aliv Millie Hugh wrote how she is just thrilled for her birthday party in her old diary that she had in the 1930’s. Casey Slater finds the diary from 80 years ago in her new house. She has one question, why did Millie just stop writing in her diary on her birthday that she was so excited about? Casey recalls names of people Millie wrote about that went to her birthday party and she immediately goes seeking those people. But, will Casey find them and answer her question if Millie is dead or still alive? In my opinion, this is a wonderful book. My eyes were glued to the book the whole time and I didn’t want to put it down.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jami Lowe

    Bomb! stupid pre-teen idiocy! read the beginning, skimmed the middle and read the end. this is a thriller, horror story made for 12 - 16 yr olds. the first 3 pages in did frighten me. the writer does a very good job wording and showing scary stuff. the next 3 pages in; i had to sit through a 12 yr old thinking her parents where the stupidest people on the planet and believing her friend had all the answers. i know teenagers feel this way anyway, but do authors have to promote it? skimming throug Bomb! stupid pre-teen idiocy! read the beginning, skimmed the middle and read the end. this is a thriller, horror story made for 12 - 16 yr olds. the first 3 pages in did frighten me. the writer does a very good job wording and showing scary stuff. the next 3 pages in; i had to sit through a 12 yr old thinking her parents where the stupidest people on the planet and believing her friend had all the answers. i know teenagers feel this way anyway, but do authors have to promote it? skimming through the middle i picked up enough to understand the ending. scary, dreadful things happen and i would not let my pre teen or teen read this.

  11. 5 out of 5

    NATUI

    I just read this book together with my nine year old daughter. We were both scared, and the twists and turns of the book kept us snuggled up on the bed. I did not think this book would be so creepy, and I enjoyed it very much. My daughter loved it so much that she reread it a second time this weekend, and now she's convinced her brother to read it as a perfect get-ready-for-Halloween book. We're looking forward to reading more of this series.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Suzy

    For being a younger readers book I really enjoyed this. It didn't scare me but it did give me a little chill.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Wardrip

    Reviewed by Theresa L. Stowell for TeensReadToo.com Casey Slater and her best friend, Jillian Morton, have their whole summer planned out, and it is going to be the best summer of their lives. So, when Casey's parents tell her that they have purchased a summer house in Stillness, New Hampshire, far away from their home in Manhattan, she is devastated. What will she do? When they refuse to let her spend the summer at Jillian's house, she must accept that her plans will change. The old farmhouse in S Reviewed by Theresa L. Stowell for TeensReadToo.com Casey Slater and her best friend, Jillian Morton, have their whole summer planned out, and it is going to be the best summer of their lives. So, when Casey's parents tell her that they have purchased a summer house in Stillness, New Hampshire, far away from their home in Manhattan, she is devastated. What will she do? When they refuse to let her spend the summer at Jillian's house, she must accept that her plans will change. The old farmhouse in Stillness is a dream for Casey's parents. It has plenty of space, and Casey's mom has all kinds of ideas to remodel it. For Casey, who is a bit overly cautious anyway, the house is a nightmare. It's old, dusty, and hot; it needs work; and it feels creepy. Strange things happen beginning the very first day when she finds a message telling her to "Get Out" in the dust on a bedroom mirror. Bizarre events continue to occur, furthering Casey's feelings that something is wrong with this house. After Casey finds the diary of Millicent Amelia Hughes, another twelve-year-old girl who lived in the house in 1939, she starts to have nightmares and then decides she should find out the house's history. The presences of neighbor boy Erik Greer adds some extra excitement to the summer and he tells her some of the rumors about the house. This scary story, a part of the Poison Apple book series, will keep readers going until the very end. There are just enough spooky events to make you wonder what will happen to Casey, what did happen to Millie, and what is wrong with the house. It's a fun and fast read for middle schoolers who like a good ghost story.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Cemeread

    Casey Slater and her best friend Jillian have plans for a great summer when Casey's parents announce they bought a summer house in New Hampshire. Casey is ok with a vacation away from the city until she finds out her parents plan on living in New Hampshire the entire summer! Soon after school is out Casey's parents pack up the car and a rental van and off they go to Stillness, N.H. This town is appropriately named because there is nothing going on in Stillness. There isn't even a real grocery st Casey Slater and her best friend Jillian have plans for a great summer when Casey's parents announce they bought a summer house in New Hampshire. Casey is ok with a vacation away from the city until she finds out her parents plan on living in New Hampshire the entire summer! Soon after school is out Casey's parents pack up the car and a rental van and off they go to Stillness, N.H. This town is appropriately named because there is nothing going on in Stillness. There isn't even a real grocery store. The house doesn't have ac and the power isn't working. Wouldn't you be thrilled. Soon odd things happen in the house. Casey has some strange dreams. Then she starts reading the journal of Millicent Hughes, a girl her age, who once lived in the house. Millicent was also having strange dreams and experiencing odd things in the house. Casey tries to talk to her parents about it all, but they don't believe her and think it's just her bad attitude. When Millie's journal suddenly stops Casey has a bad feeling. Find out what happened to Millie and how she is connected to Casey. Will they have the same fate? Pick up this quick read to find out. Bottom Line: A fairly quick, interesting read. It's spooky, kind of strange, without being scary or weirding you out. The story is believable and made me want to checkout more titles in the Poison Apple series. ( Which Indian River owns- This totally bites!,Miss Fortune,Now You See Me...)

  15. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    The Dead End by Mimi McCoy is a book in the Poison Apple series, a paranormal version of the Candy Apple series. Casey plans to spend her whole summer with her friend, Jillian. They plan to go shopping, spend time at the beach, and get boyfriends. Casey’s parents have different plans. They bought a real fixer-upper home in New Hampshire and plan to spend the whole summer there. Casey is really bummed. She won’t be able to spend her summer as planned and her parents are hardly sympathetic. Casey q The Dead End by Mimi McCoy is a book in the Poison Apple series, a paranormal version of the Candy Apple series. Casey plans to spend her whole summer with her friend, Jillian. They plan to go shopping, spend time at the beach, and get boyfriends. Casey’s parents have different plans. They bought a real fixer-upper home in New Hampshire and plan to spend the whole summer there. Casey is really bummed. She won’t be able to spend her summer as planned and her parents are hardly sympathetic. Casey quickly realizes that something or someone doesn’t want her family there. She sees a message on a mirror that says “Get Out”. Her dad said it wasn’t there. As accidents continue to happen to Casey, the more frustrated her parents get. They definitely don’t believe her that something is happen. Casey finds a diary where a girl from the 1930s shows that the dreams that are happening to Casey were similar to what the girl had. What keeps causing the accidents? Is the girl haunting the house? I definitely sympathized with Casey. It’s definitely frustrating when parents don’t believe in something they’re trying to tell them. I think this is definitely one of the better Poison Apple books. I liked the introduction to Erik. I though he added a fun element to the story.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jan

    Casey is afraid of pretty much everything. She believes every scary story that she hears. So when her family moves to their new home in the country, Casey is convinced that it is haunted. Afterall, the local folks say it is. Her parents are less than helpful and think that its just her overactive imagination. But this time Casey is right. There is a ghost. Who will believe her? This was a really good book for its type. No it is not great literature, but it is not intended to be. It is suspenseful Casey is afraid of pretty much everything. She believes every scary story that she hears. So when her family moves to their new home in the country, Casey is convinced that it is haunted. Afterall, the local folks say it is. Her parents are less than helpful and think that its just her overactive imagination. But this time Casey is right. There is a ghost. Who will believe her? This was a really good book for its type. No it is not great literature, but it is not intended to be. It is suspenseful and a little scary. Casey is a likable character. The book has a lot to say about facing your fears. And yes for once there really is a supernatural force at work, not just some lame explanation like so many of these book. I would recommend this book to older kids and tweens.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jenn Doyle

    So this was another book my daughter wanted me to read. I've discovered that I unfortunately have difficulty really getting into most middle grade books (Harry Potter was an exception, but it also qualifies as YA.) This wasn't bad, but it didn't make me interested until about half-way through. I've got one other Poison Apple book to read, but I can see why the series would appeal to middle-readers. It's just scary enough to get youngsters nervous, but not really scare the bejesus out of them. Th So this was another book my daughter wanted me to read. I've discovered that I unfortunately have difficulty really getting into most middle grade books (Harry Potter was an exception, but it also qualifies as YA.) This wasn't bad, but it didn't make me interested until about half-way through. I've got one other Poison Apple book to read, but I can see why the series would appeal to middle-readers. It's just scary enough to get youngsters nervous, but not really scare the bejesus out of them. The cover art is great and will probably lead more young readers to The Dead End.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ramya A.

    Amazing! These books are awesome and I think that they are kind of scary. It all just seems so real! I think that this book gives a cliffhanger like every GOOD book! I love this book and I would definitely recommend these books!!!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kayla

    the girl goes to a haunted house for summer vacation will she last any longer ??????

  20. 5 out of 5

    Katie Sachkiw

    I thought it was very good !

  21. 4 out of 5

    Anniek

    Casey is looking forward to the summer break. She and her best friend Jillian have made a lot of plans to make their summer the best one ever. What Casey doesn’t know is that her parents have bought a house in a small town and that they’ll be fixing it up during the summer. Casey storms off to her room and keeps sulking about it. When they pull up at the house, it’s even worse than Casey thought it would be. The house has no electrical power, no landline and she has no reception on her cell eith Casey is looking forward to the summer break. She and her best friend Jillian have made a lot of plans to make their summer the best one ever. What Casey doesn’t know is that her parents have bought a house in a small town and that they’ll be fixing it up during the summer. Casey storms off to her room and keeps sulking about it. When they pull up at the house, it’s even worse than Casey thought it would be. The house has no electrical power, no landline and she has no reception on her cell either. As soon as Casey enters the house she feels that something is not right. She hears inexplicable noises, things are moving on their own and she has vivid dreams every night. She even finds a message on a dusty mirror that says ‘Get Out’. Who is this someone that clearly doesn’t like the new home-owners? Casey gets scared easily and likes to stay on the safe side. She feels watched all the time and she has no idea how to deal with a possible ghost. In the attic she finds a diary and she’s immediately drawn in by the stories of a young girl named Millie who once lived in the house. The writing suddenly stops and Casey tries to find people in town who might have known what happened to Millie. She finds out that the truth about why Millie’s writing stopped is truly horrifying. Is Millie the ghost she keeps hearing? The Dead End is a chilling story about a haunted house. I've always liked to read creepy stories and I absolutely loved the thrill of The Dead End. I think secluded houses in the woods are so scary and I would never buy one, let alone live in one. Casey is very easy to connect with, even though this story is written for teenagers I still felt close to her and I read The Dead End in one sitting. The Dead End is the first book in the Poison Apple series and I'm certain that I'll be reading every single one of these amazing stories.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Ellen Hamilton

    I really, really liked it! I wouldn't normally be writing a review for this because it was so good and there is nothing more to say, except for two reasons. Well, three maybe. 1) What is it with 7th graders and crushes?! 🙄 Even in The New Class, the girls are only 12 and they're already starting the boy thing. But it's even worse in The New Class, because of the snobs, class, and all that status nonsense. 2) So the house was haunted by Millie's ghost. What about the funny things that were happenin I really, really liked it! I wouldn't normally be writing a review for this because it was so good and there is nothing more to say, except for two reasons. Well, three maybe. 1) What is it with 7th graders and crushes?! 🙄 Even in The New Class, the girls are only 12 and they're already starting the boy thing. But it's even worse in The New Class, because of the snobs, class, and all that status nonsense. 2) So the house was haunted by Millie's ghost. What about the funny things that were happening when Millie was Casey's age, back in the 1930s? 3) The accident that happens to Millie, it made me want to cry. I was so unsettled, so horrified... it was just so sad. But I'm just wondering, why wasn't she able to get out on her own? Did it get stuck or locked somehow? Really spooky, creepy, sad, and relatable. I loved Casey and Millie. And maybe Eric Greer. 😏

  23. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    My daughter and I read this together. I am a fan of this series because it has really sparked an interest in reading for my 9 year old.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Rahma H

    Honestly I expected something more from the story but overall it's a good ride especially for middle schooler.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Cristiani

    This book doesn't shy away from the scary. It's a safe kind of spooky, without talking down to preteens or throwing in gratuitous vocabulary words. I was impressed with the punch it packed.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Julia Sanchez

    My 7year old daughter loves it, she couldn't put it down! She has started book 2😁👍🏽

  27. 4 out of 5

    Tera Langley

    love how descriptive the author is in the book

  28. 5 out of 5

    Katie Fitzgerald

    Casey Slater and her best friend, Jillian, have a lot of plans for their summer before seventh grade. Unfortunately, they won't get to put any of them into action because Casey's parents are taking her with them to a remote town called Stillness, where they have just bought a ramshackle house in desperate need of repair. From the moment the family arrives in Stillness, people have strange reactions to where they're living - and it's no wonder. The creepy old house isn't just falling apart - it's Casey Slater and her best friend, Jillian, have a lot of plans for their summer before seventh grade. Unfortunately, they won't get to put any of them into action because Casey's parents are taking her with them to a remote town called Stillness, where they have just bought a ramshackle house in desperate need of repair. From the moment the family arrives in Stillness, people have strange reactions to where they're living - and it's no wonder. The creepy old house isn't just falling apart - it's also plagued by strange occurrences and creepy vibes. Unusual and dangerous things keep happening to Casey. At first, she can't find an explanation, but when she uncovers a diary in the attic, she starts to realize this house is haunted. Though she is easily frightened, Casey decides it's time to face her fears and figure out who is haunting her, and why - before it's too late. I don't tend to read scary books, but there was something appealing about the Poison Apple concept that made me pick up this book. I'm glad I did, too, because it was a really entertaining, suspenseful, and fast-paced read just perfect for grades 5 to 8. I was uncertain for much of the book whether the supernatural events Casey experienced were going to turn out to have a logical explanation or not. I kept half-expecting a Scooby-Doo-esque outcome, where the meddling kids pull the sheet off the ghost and discover the criminal underneath, but when that didn't happen, I wasn't disappointed. Rather, I thought the motivation ascribed to the ghost, and the circumstances of that person's death were very well thought out, and certainly better than any purely reality-based plot I could have thought up. I was slightly surprised by the mention of an autopsy at the start of the book, when Casey and Jillian discuss a creepy urban legend they've heard about recently, but that was the only truly dark piece of the plot. Beyond that, this book followed the course of a typical ghost story, with just the right number of chills and thrills.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Katia

    This was an amazing and enjoyable book! Honestly I never used to like reading, I would only do it because I had to! But this book really changed me. I couldn't tell who I was anymore. I could not let this book out f my sight, not even out of MY HANDS!!! This book is a bout a girl (Casey) and her parents, they travel to a new city just for the summer. They bought an old old old house that everybody feared. Casey thought this house was haunted and that it is cursed with evil spirits like GHOSTS! O This was an amazing and enjoyable book! Honestly I never used to like reading, I would only do it because I had to! But this book really changed me. I couldn't tell who I was anymore. I could not let this book out f my sight, not even out of MY HANDS!!! This book is a bout a girl (Casey) and her parents, they travel to a new city just for the summer. They bought an old old old house that everybody feared. Casey thought this house was haunted and that it is cursed with evil spirits like GHOSTS! One day Casey went up to the attic and found a trunk that was locked but now unlocked all by itself, she opened it and found an old diary written in 1939. She read every single page and the person that wrote it was a girl names Millie. Millie stopped writing in her diary after her birthday party which made Casey wonder why. She met a boy named Erik and together they solved all the mysteries with a little help of an old man. Millie didn't write anymore because the day of her birthday she died during her party while playing hide-and-seak. the same trunk Casey found the diary was the same trunk Millie suffocated died in waiting to be found! Everything that happened to Millie happened the exact same to Casey. Bad things have been happening in Casey's home. It all turned out to be Millie's spirit trying to warn Casey's family to leave before a fire happen, the same fire that Millie went through while living in that house. Since Millie died in that house her spirit never left it. So Millie never wanted to hurt Casey or her family, she just wanted to save them. During the fire Millie's spirit was leading Casey to safety. Thanks to Millie Casey and her family were saved from the danger that house had to offer

  30. 4 out of 5

    Aima

    I reread this book after many years and while I remembered the main events quite well I was super glad to get to have fun experiencing the details and foreshadowing as if I had never read the book. The poison apple series was a huge part of my childhood and I'm really glad I decided to reread the series again this year! I definitely found book 1 (The Dead End) to be super creepy. Maybe it's because I'm older and I understand the tragedy and foreshadowing better than I did at age 10-11. It's was I reread this book after many years and while I remembered the main events quite well I was super glad to get to have fun experiencing the details and foreshadowing as if I had never read the book. The poison apple series was a huge part of my childhood and I'm really glad I decided to reread the series again this year! I definitely found book 1 (The Dead End) to be super creepy. Maybe it's because I'm older and I understand the tragedy and foreshadowing better than I did at age 10-11. It's was really cool how I could guess and solve the mystery along with Casey and I loved when I figured out several plot events before they were revealed. Definitely worth many many many reread and I highly suggest it for young readers who love to read creepy and mysterious books

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