Fear (Book 5 in the Gone Series) by Michael Grant
Fear is one of the better books I've read. In fact, the entire Gone Series is great. If you haven't read it yet, I strongly suggest you do so. It has it's gory moments, like all good horror books, and it also has the perfect amount of creepiness. Fear made me laugh, made me shudder, and at some points, made me want to curl up in a corner and cry. So, in short, it was the perfect horror novel.
In some series, the story begins to become far-fetched, but this isn't the case. Fear flawlessly continues the Gone Series from where it has been left off. I won't reveal any of the plot to you. Just know it's amazing, and you should read it if you're a fan of the series. If you're not a fan or haven't read the series, read it anyway. Trust me. You will be glad you did.
-Walk into a crowded elevator and casually say, "That's a weird place to put a piano." See who looks.
-Go skydiving. Who doesn't want to fly?
-Custom-design something. Anything. It's just great to have something that no one else has.
-Go to a haunted house attraction and try to have conversations with the horrors.
-Get on television.
-Go ghost hunting. Skeptic or not, just do it.
-Tell a restaurant it's your birthday when it actually isn't.
-Operate a lemonade stand.
-Dye your hair.
-Adopt a pet from a shelter.
-Pretend you know someone when you actually don't. See if they go along with it.
-Run around in a grocery store putting random items in people's carts.
-Don't just use mine. Write your own bucket list!
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