If you’re anything like me, along with SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK (the originals with the creepiest art of all time, not the watered down crap they pass off for the books these days), your childhood bookshelf was filled to the brim with R.L. Stine’s GOOSEBUMPS books.
Now Stine is bringing his tales of terror to the world of adults with his new novel RED RAIN.
A devastating hurricane destroys almost all of a tiny Outer Banks island. Lea Sutter, a young travel blogger, steps out into the devastation the next day, wanders toward the ocean—and finds herself in a powerful rainstorm. To her shock, the raindrops are red. She thinks: This is the blood of all the victims raining down on the island. Stepping out of the curtains of rain come two beautiful blond twelve-year-old twin boys. They say they are now homeless and parentless. Lea falls under their spell and brings them home with her to her family in Long Island. The reader knows that these boys are supernaturally evil, but Lea and her husband Mark are clueless—until the hideous murders begin.