This is the second instalment in a series of fear street novels that will give you nightmares for weeks to come. In the fear street, all your deepest fears come alive and haunt your dreams. The fear street trilogy starts with fear street part one: “The Stranger Who Lives Next Door”. This book tells the story of a family who moves into an old house on the fear street where they are haunted by their own worst fears.
In fear street part two: “The Stranger Who Lives Next Door”, the story begins with a young woman who is haunted by her fear of being followed home. The house she lives in has an unusual feature that no one seems to have noticed before – there’s a man living next door, and he’s been watching her for weeks.
-Mrs. Langford: the fear street substitute teacher who doesn’t know her students well enough to protect them from their worst fears.
-Gary: the fear street bully
-The Stranger’s Mother and Father: he is her son, but she does not know this.
-The Stranger’s Daughter: she is the fear street protagonist’s sister.
-The Fear Street Principal and Vice Principals: they’re all aware of who The Stranger really is, but they can’t stop him from taking more children away with his fear.
-Frankie: a boy in Sadie’s class that lives next door to the fear street protagonist.
The fear street trilogy starts with fear street part one: “The Stranger Who Lives Next Door”. This book tells the story of a family who moves into an old house on the fear street where they are haunted by their own worst fears. In fear street part two: “The Stranger Who Lives Next Door”, the story begins with a young woman who is haunted by the fear of fear, fear that someone might be following her home.
The woman in this story doesn’t live on the fear street but she does have an unusual fear: being followed home. The house she lives in has a strange feature nobody ever noticed before – there’s a man living next door and he’s been watching her for weeks.
The fear of fear is a fear that someone might be following her home. This fear has been around for centuries, and it’s not just in the mind: people have actually followed others home out of fear before. You could say this was one woman’s worst nightmare come true. But what made things worse? She found herself completely alone with no help in sight.
What makes fear so dangerous is that it can be stronger than any other fear because of the potential for danger to occur. In this case, the woman had no idea what was going on or why she felt like she might get hurt and her fear drove her home as quickly as possible and locked herself inside. She called a friend and then called the police to report what had happened, but she spent an hour on hold before they answered.
Despite her fear of being hurt or killed by this stranger who lived next door, she still waited for them to come because that’s a feat in itself: not wanting your voice heard. When it finally came time for the cops to come and give her fearsome peace, they told her that nothing had happened.
The woman knew she was being called crazy by the cops and it didn’t matter because she finally felt safe again. She started to think about how this fear could be worse than any other fear because of its potential for danger to occur-she would never know when or where it would happen and she could be left with fear for the rest of her life.
She realized that this fear was one that didn’t need to exist, but there’s no way to get rid of fear by logic alone so she had to forgive herself in order for any progress to occur. You can only control what you do, so fear is inevitable, but it’s up to you to decide how much fear will control your life.