Don't Stay Up Late

  • by R. L. Stine
  • Narrated by Brittany Pressley
  • 6 hrs and 41 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

R.L. Stine's hugely successful young adult horror series Fear Street is back after almost two decades. Fear Street is a worldwide phenomenon and helped to kick off the young adult craze, which is still going strong today. Now, R.L. Stine is back with new books in this series, and the news of the series returning caused a flurry of excitement both in the press and on social media.
In the second new audiobook in this series, Don't Stay Up Late, Stine explores the unbridled terror of a damaged young lady sent on a doomed babysitting job.
Ever since a car accident killed her father and put Lisa and her mother into the hospital, Lisa can't think straight. She's plagued by nightmares and hallucinations that force her to relive the accident over and over again in vivid detail. When Lisa finds out that a neighbor is looking for a babysitter for her young son, she takes the job immediately, eager to keep busy and shake these disturbing images from her head. But what promised to be an easy gig turns terrifying when Lisa begins to question exactly who - or what - she is babysitting.
R.L. Stine makes his triumphant return to Shadyside, a town of nightmares, shadows, and genuine terror, and to the best-selling series that began his career writing horror for the juvenile market in the new Fear Street audiobook Don't Stay Up Late.


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Good to see R L Stine back

This book was Fear Street meet Goosebumps. It started off good, then jumped to Goosebumps and I almost gave up on it and stop listening because I'm a Fear Street kid not a Goosebumps kid but I'm glad I listen all the way through. It actually turned out to be a pretty good read. I loved the very end. Also the narrater is one of my favorites so of course she did a wonderful job. I think it's worth a credit.
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- A. Perrett

Narrator's breathing in every sentence

Story seems pretty good, but I had a hard time with the narrator. She actually does quite well except for her breathing. I cringed at the end of almost every sentence in the book because the narrator takes a big loud breath after each, that drive me insane. I couldn't keep listening after a few minutes into it. I quit at chapter 5.
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- Tiger

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-07-2015
  • Publisher: Macmillan Audio