To Die For

To Die For

by Christopher Pike


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New York Times bestselling author Christopher Pike is back for a whole new generation of teens!

It's the perfect weekend...for murder.

A snowbound ski resort.
A tropical beach paradise.
Who wouldn't want to spend their vacations in these dream places?

For two different groups of friends, though, the dreams will quickly turn to nightmares.

On the ski slopes, dark suspicions arise among six girls who may be hiding a deadly secret.

At the beach, a tightknit crew must confront their ugly past...or suffer violent consequences in the present.

In both groups of friends, not everyone is who they seem, and someone is very bloodthirsty....

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780545264341
Publisher: Scholastic, Inc.
Publication date: 09/01/2010
Pages: 416
Sales rank: 496,347
Product dimensions: 5.26(w) x 8.03(h) x 0.81(d)
Age Range: 14 - 17 Years

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To Die For 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Book_Worm1234 More than 1 year ago
Im almost done reading the first book of the two books and I still cant find out who the mystery belongs to... Its kinda confusing, but doesnt want you to stop reading. Christopher Pike is one of my favorite authors and love all of his books!!!
Cicis_Theories More than 1 year ago
The first of novel in the books was Slumber Party and I really enjoyed it. It took me a few pages to get into it and to get all the characters and their stories straight, but once I got over that little hump, I really got into the mystery of the story. I really started to think outside of the box and get on board with Lara's suspicions of pyro-kinetics and spontaneous human combustion. I suspected everyone of the girls, and boys, in the evil-doings that were beginning to happen at the "slumber party". I started to feel certain unease about each character as they made thier way through the story, even before I knew what the story actually was. I really enjoy reading stories that grab me and keep me guessing and wondering. I do not like a predictable book, and Slumber Party certainly was not predictable. The second novel was Weekend. It was equally intriguing, although a bit similar to the previous novel. Which isn't neccesarily bad. I did really enjoy the addition of the "holy man". It certainly added an element of mystery and certainly became an integral part of the story. It set a very unique setting for me and tied into the story nicely. It was very imaginative and creatively written. I was thoroughly surprised by the ending. I absolutely love being surprised by a story's ending! Overall, both Slumber Party and Weekend were great reads. They both could have started off with a little more character clarification and information, and were a little shorter stories than I like to read, but other than that both were suspenseful and enjoyable reads.
CookieMonsta8666143 More than 1 year ago
This book was by far one of the worst books I ever read. I didn't read Weekend I just couldn't,  but I did read Slumber Party. I bought the book when I was in the 7th Grde along with Last Christmas by Kate Brian. I started to read the first part of Until I Die, but I was so bored I couldn't bother to finish it. I reread the book and when I was done I couldn't believe that I wasted my whole day on that crap. The book seemed so forced; Like he just threw in random scenarios and just published it. I don't ant to spoil the book so I'll leave it short. But basically thums down Christopher Pike :/
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