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SPECIAL COLLECTORS' EDITION! Someone is playing a little joke on the students of Wetherby High. Someone who thinks it's funny to print nasty poems about certain seniors in the yearbook. But it doesn't take long for those "chosen" seniors to disappear. And turn up dead. THE YEARBOOK is a classic thriller that grips hold of you and won't let go until long after you've read i SPECIAL COLLECTORS' EDITION! Someone is playing a little joke on the students of Wetherby High. Someone who thinks it's funny to print nasty poems about certain seniors in the yearbook. But it doesn't take long for those "chosen" seniors to disappear. And turn up dead. THE YEARBOOK is a classic thriller that grips hold of you and won't let go until long after you've read its shocking twist ending. Since its first printing, it has been scaring hundreds of thousands of readers throughout the world.


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SPECIAL COLLECTORS' EDITION! Someone is playing a little joke on the students of Wetherby High. Someone who thinks it's funny to print nasty poems about certain seniors in the yearbook. But it doesn't take long for those "chosen" seniors to disappear. And turn up dead. THE YEARBOOK is a classic thriller that grips hold of you and won't let go until long after you've read i SPECIAL COLLECTORS' EDITION! Someone is playing a little joke on the students of Wetherby High. Someone who thinks it's funny to print nasty poems about certain seniors in the yearbook. But it doesn't take long for those "chosen" seniors to disappear. And turn up dead. THE YEARBOOK is a classic thriller that grips hold of you and won't let go until long after you've read its shocking twist ending. Since its first printing, it has been scaring hundreds of thousands of readers throughout the world.

30 review for The Yearbook

  1. 5 out of 5

    Peter Monn

    I am so addicted to these old scholastic teen books. Check out my full review on my booktube channel at http://www.youtube.com/peterlikesbooks I am so addicted to these old scholastic teen books. Check out my full review on my booktube channel at http://www.youtube.com/peterlikesbooks

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ken

    Most of the Point Horror’s seem to have a familiar formula, this one really jumped out as it’s just so completely different! Initially I found it quite odd reading from the male perspective! Seventeen year old David Kallas agrees to join the yearbook, after a series of earthquakes David soon discovers a dead body. Taking it upon himself he soon learns a similar event happen in 1950 with numerous murders. Can David stop history repeating?? This is such an odd entry in the Point Horror series, i wonde Most of the Point Horror’s seem to have a familiar formula, this one really jumped out as it’s just so completely different! Initially I found it quite odd reading from the male perspective! Seventeen year old David Kallas agrees to join the yearbook, after a series of earthquakes David soon discovers a dead body. Taking it upon himself he soon learns a similar event happen in 1950 with numerous murders. Can David stop history repeating?? This is such an odd entry in the Point Horror series, i wonder if they were trying to branch out with other writers and ideas. I know that Lerangis's has also written Drivers Dead for the range, so I’m really curious to read that one now. Overall a good solid enjoyable story. As the mystery was so different to the other books, I was slightly surprised in the way the story ended.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alex (Hey Little Thrifter)

    This was a really fun book! Quite different from the typical Point Horror style. I really enjoyed reading our protagonist David's perspective (other than his leching over Ariana that is. Ew.). But he has a dry and sarcastic sense of humour which definitely made me chuckle from time to time, and the story moves along quickly through his voice. The story was really clever and also quite silly at times which made for a great combination. An interesting cast of characters and a wild story involving This was a really fun book! Quite different from the typical Point Horror style. I really enjoyed reading our protagonist David's perspective (other than his leching over Ariana that is. Ew.). But he has a dry and sarcastic sense of humour which definitely made me chuckle from time to time, and the story moves along quickly through his voice. The story was really clever and also quite silly at times which made for a great combination. An interesting cast of characters and a wild story involving something strange going on in David's home town...

  4. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    People liked this? It was terrible! Craziness.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Inn Auni

    Ahh, high school senior. What a blissful year for some. For me, it meant freedom. Anyway, David Kallas had a crush on Ariana Maas. And because of that, he decided to join the Voyager, a group that is involved with the making of the school yearbook. Everything was going smoothly until that fateful night David discovered the body. And to make the mystery more exciting, David had a dream of a boy named Mark from someplace in the future, I presumed. 2016 (22) 1994 (44) 1950 (88) 1862 (176) 1686 (352) Ahh, high school senior. What a blissful year for some. For me, it meant freedom. Anyway, David Kallas had a crush on Ariana Maas. And because of that, he decided to join the Voyager, a group that is involved with the making of the school yearbook. Everything was going smoothly until that fateful night David discovered the body. And to make the mystery more exciting, David had a dream of a boy named Mark from someplace in the future, I presumed. 2016 (22) 1994 (44) 1950 (88) 1862 (176) 1686 (352) 1334 (704) 630 778 B.C. Uhm yeah, you have to read the story to know the meaning behind the set of numbers.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Elusive

    In 'The Yearbook', David is in charge of proofreading the yearbook. Unfortunately, this simple task turns into a nightmare when the yearbooks end up being sabotaged by someone. Featuring gory images and disturbing poems, the yearbook is only the start of true horror. When David finds a body, he realizes that he could be next.. The premise was undoubtedly interesting. I liked the idea of a group of students getting killed off one by one. However, the poor execution ruined the book's potential to d In 'The Yearbook', David is in charge of proofreading the yearbook. Unfortunately, this simple task turns into a nightmare when the yearbooks end up being sabotaged by someone. Featuring gory images and disturbing poems, the yearbook is only the start of true horror. When David finds a body, he realizes that he could be next.. The premise was undoubtedly interesting. I liked the idea of a group of students getting killed off one by one. However, the poor execution ruined the book's potential to deliver spine-chilling horror. It took forever for the best bits (such as the discovery of the body) to arrive. By the time they did, I had already lost interest. To make things worse, the pacing was completely off. It was too slow at first and later it was the opposite. As a result, there was no suspense or any build-up to the climax. All of the characters were boring, forgettable and painfully one-dimensional. Although several students were mentioned, the author only focused on David and his love interest Ariana. Despite that, neither one of them was fleshed out. I felt neutral towards David whose entire life seemed to revolve around the mystery of the yearbook and Ariana (not necessarily in that order). Meanwhile, Ariana was just the token pretty girl with no personality. It was hard to root for characters that you just don't care about. The horror could have been better if the author had shown what the victims experienced prior to their death instead of explaining their deaths in a few sentences. The answer to the mystery did somewhat make sense but the long-windedness of the story was really off-putting. Besides that, the police were unrealistic as they had no qualms about sharing information on the case with David - the one who found the dead body. Logically, he'd be at the top of the suspects list. Overall, 'The Yearbook' was a disappointingly dull read filled with scenes that went nowhere, flat characters and ineffective writing.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sharon

    David Kallas is seventeen, and pretty much obsessed with classmate Ariana. After a mild earthquake brings them momentarily closer, David finds himself agreeing to join the Yearbook staff in order to spend time with Ariana. David is on his way to the printers one night when he comes across a dead body - he freaks and flees home, where he has a strange dream about someone named Mark. He begins to dig around for information - and realises that in 1950, a similar earthquake sparked the beginning of a David Kallas is seventeen, and pretty much obsessed with classmate Ariana. After a mild earthquake brings them momentarily closer, David finds himself agreeing to join the Yearbook staff in order to spend time with Ariana. David is on his way to the printers one night when he comes across a dead body - he freaks and flees home, where he has a strange dream about someone named Mark. He begins to dig around for information - and realises that in 1950, a similar earthquake sparked the beginning of a spate of high-school murders. Are his classmates in danger? Can David find out what's going on before he or Ariana are put in serious danger? And what do his dreams mean? I liked this a lot. I liked David's voice - he was sarcastic, quick-witted and funny. The actual plot was completely daft, but this is Point Horror, not Stephen King, so that can be forgiven. I couldn't have told you how this would end in a million years, so there's no way you could ever say this was predictable! I did think one thing was really funny, but I'll put it in a spoiler so I don't give anything away. (view spoiler)[ When we get back to Mark in 2016, I actually laughed out loud at the guy saying "we'll fax you over a holo of the man right away" - there's a missed opportunity if ever I read one. Bring back fax machines! (hide spoiler)]

  8. 5 out of 5

    Stefanie Stokes

    Definitely not my favourite Point Horror. It was all a bit too weird. And as is common for these books it took too long to get going and went too fast at the end.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Stacy Simpson

    I liked how snarky he wrote for the main character. I wasn't impressed by the ending it left too much lacking. I was going to keep hold of this for my son but since the end was so lame of it goes.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Bea Tea

    Weird mashup of King and Lovecraft- but nowhere near as good obviously. Honestly the protagonist is a difficult one for me, I spend the first half of the book thinking we were supposed to be disgusted by him (I certainly was), he was written as a nasty perverted incel creep character and I was honestly getting 'The Collector' vibes off of him... so yeah was a bit off putting when it dawned on me 'oh wow, this is our hero'. Must be a 90s thing, the main character made my skin crawl more than any Weird mashup of King and Lovecraft- but nowhere near as good obviously. Honestly the protagonist is a difficult one for me, I spend the first half of the book thinking we were supposed to be disgusted by him (I certainly was), he was written as a nasty perverted incel creep character and I was honestly getting 'The Collector' vibes off of him... so yeah was a bit off putting when it dawned on me 'oh wow, this is our hero'. Must be a 90s thing, the main character made my skin crawl more than any deep ancient one could.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Club de lecture

    The seniors at Winchester High are disappearing and turning up dead one after another. Could it have anything to do with the anonymous person who sabotaged the yearbook with gruesome pictures and poems? Or could the crimes be part of a deadly pattern dating back to the town’s foundation? This was one of the few Point Horror books I don’t remember reading as a kid, and I was NOT expecting that supernatural twist! Certain aspects of the story reminded me of It by Stephen King. The protagonist is an The seniors at Winchester High are disappearing and turning up dead one after another. Could it have anything to do with the anonymous person who sabotaged the yearbook with gruesome pictures and poems? Or could the crimes be part of a deadly pattern dating back to the town’s foundation? This was one of the few Point Horror books I don’t remember reading as a kid, and I was NOT expecting that supernatural twist! Certain aspects of the story reminded me of It by Stephen King. The protagonist is an incel in training and you will probably hate him, but the other characters are great and the story distinguishes itself from the other teen thrillers of its generation. ⭐⭐⭐⭐

  12. 5 out of 5

    BG

    This book started off great and then somehow completely lost it. The ending was awful.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Vicki

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A truly bizarre and different story. I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it if you don't need a hea ending

  14. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    WILD. I read this for our podcast Teenage Scream, which dissects the best (and worst) of 90s Teen Horror. https://soundcloud.com/teenagescream WILD. I read this for our podcast Teenage Scream, which dissects the best (and worst) of 90s Teen Horror. https://soundcloud.com/teenagescream

  15. 4 out of 5

    Layla

    Totally ridiculous, even by Point Horror standards!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kirsty

    Re-read this for the Teenage Scream podcast (lovingly dissecting the best and worst of 90s teen horror). https://soundcloud.com/teenagescream Re-read this for the Teenage Scream podcast (lovingly dissecting the best and worst of 90s teen horror). https://soundcloud.com/teenagescream

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kourtnea Hogan

    Really good and interesting until the end. The end was extremely disappointing

  18. 5 out of 5

    Shyla

    This started out fun but quickly dissolved into chaos.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Claire Frost

    Did not get into it

  20. 5 out of 5

    Elise

    Quite a crazy book.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Michael Dalgarno

    Terrible story. All over the place. Wierd sci-fi that was too out there.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Troy

    some really memorable images, I always find myself remembering how weird the ending is though

  23. 4 out of 5

    Aary Jaclyne

    Just like I remembered from middle school! Might not hold.up to today's standards, but a wonderful trip down memory lane nonetheless. :)

  24. 5 out of 5

    Paul Kim

    I legitimate thought Christopher Pike wrote this book due to its convoluted plot and sarcastic main character but it isn't! I thought the plot was interesting as it's making me wonder what's going to happen and is so unlike other horror books I've usually read. Meanwhile, there are some pretty disturbing scenes that make the book suspenseful. I especially enjoyed the writing, mostly for the fact it's humorous. Problems I've had with the book is that there's too much elements to keep track of what I legitimate thought Christopher Pike wrote this book due to its convoluted plot and sarcastic main character but it isn't! I thought the plot was interesting as it's making me wonder what's going to happen and is so unlike other horror books I've usually read. Meanwhile, there are some pretty disturbing scenes that make the book suspenseful. I especially enjoyed the writing, mostly for the fact it's humorous. Problems I've had with the book is that there's too much elements to keep track of what's really going on and making connections with the clues with the book that I sometimes wondered what's really happening. This is increased by Mark's sections in which the book switch to this character's perspective, making the book even harder to keep track off. I would recommend this book if you like monster or you want to try something new if you get tired of reading ghosts, slashers, and vampires etc. It's definitely different from these type of books.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Y

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Well, the writing is humorous at times, but other than that, it felt like the story tried to do too much, and did nothing really well at that. I didn't find the characters particularly interesting or memorable or likeable, and there were too many bit-part characters to remember about or care when they kicked the bucket. It seemed like it would have potential at first to be creepy, with the first body David finds, but everything else after that doesn't live up to its potential and is, in fact, ra Well, the writing is humorous at times, but other than that, it felt like the story tried to do too much, and did nothing really well at that. I didn't find the characters particularly interesting or memorable or likeable, and there were too many bit-part characters to remember about or care when they kicked the bucket. It seemed like it would have potential at first to be creepy, with the first body David finds, but everything else after that doesn't live up to its potential and is, in fact, rather silly. Half-life, huh? So what. Why's this monster caught up with numbers and stuff. Why's it care about student numbers in picking victims? Cola? Really? Future dreams? Was any of that necessary? It just used up pages that could have gone into making the book scarier. Again, everything just became too silly to deal with.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Judie

    I'm a sucker for mystery stories set in high school so I had to pick this up. By the middle part of the story, I liked it because it was using a path not used in run of the mill whodunnits bent on revenge. It's a scientific kind, which I hoped if fleshed out carefully, could provide believable explanations for freaky happenings. It did not pan out and instead it ventured the paranormal path. I was not entirely disappointed but it kind of felt convoluted towards the end. Still, it was a good and I'm a sucker for mystery stories set in high school so I had to pick this up. By the middle part of the story, I liked it because it was using a path not used in run of the mill whodunnits bent on revenge. It's a scientific kind, which I hoped if fleshed out carefully, could provide believable explanations for freaky happenings. It did not pan out and instead it ventured the paranormal path. I was not entirely disappointed but it kind of felt convoluted towards the end. Still, it was a good and fast read.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    I spent the majority of this book being confused as hell. It seemed like there were too many things going on and I couldn’t piece together what they had to do with each other or where the story was leading. I was expecting (view spoiler)[some kind of serial killer type conspiracy and instead what I got was this weird greek slime monster (hide spoiler)] . The entire scenario was bizarre to say the least. Also, I wasn’t the biggest fan of the ending. I understood most of the epilogue, but there was I spent the majority of this book being confused as hell. It seemed like there were too many things going on and I couldn’t piece together what they had to do with each other or where the story was leading. I was expecting (view spoiler)[some kind of serial killer type conspiracy and instead what I got was this weird greek slime monster (hide spoiler)] . The entire scenario was bizarre to say the least. Also, I wasn’t the biggest fan of the ending. I understood most of the epilogue, but there was so much about the conclusion that left me with more questions than answers.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Sam

    A brilliantly written addition to the point horror collection, a definate page turner with plenty of twists and turns. More of a mystery than a scare you out of your pants horror, this is still well worth a read

  29. 5 out of 5

    Patrick Ellard

    Good entry to the Point Horror series about a number of murders ina small town that seem to be related to similiar happenings from 1950. Loses it's way a little near the end as it becomes a little convoluted but still well worth the read.

  30. 4 out of 5

    D

    This is a horror book and it did a pretty good job of creeping me out. I am older than its target audience, but I can appreciate what the book was trying to do. Recommended for younger pre-teen and teen boys.

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