Rereading My Childhood — Fear Street: Silent Night

our protagonist, Reva, is looking through a window. this scene is not in the book.
She’s either trapped in a mirror, a boat, or an ornament. She does not get trapped in any of those things.
a not-so-realistic mannequin I found online
This is what Reva thought was a real human.

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I am a weirdo who occasionally writes about books from my childhood.

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I am a weirdo who occasionally writes about books from my childhood.

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