Sundays in Bed with… Chain Letter

September 23, 2012 In Bed With... 14


Sunday’s in Bed is hosted by Kate at Midnight Book Girl to share with everyone what you’re reading in bed Sunday morning before getting to the days activities.

Christopher Pike Chain LetterToday I’m going to be reading Chain Letter by Christopher Pike. This is going to be my first feature for the Bloggers Dressed in Blood event that Kate, Steph and Danielle and I are hosting in October. It’s going to be a lot of fun so you should definitely stop by and check it out!
I’ve read this book a million times, but the last time I read it was all the way back in high school. I really hope it lives up to all the awesomeness that I remember it being back then.
I’m also really curious about how much I remember (and how accurate it is) so I’ve written down everything I remember about Chain Letter so that I can see how good (or bad) my memory is.

PackersThe Packers don’t play until Monday this week so once I get home from all the stuff I am doing early in the day I will be able to curl up with Chain Letter with some football in the background.


14 Responses to “Sundays in Bed with… Chain Letter”

  1. Kate Midnight Book Girl

    That is a great idea! Next time I re-read a book that I haven’t read in a really long time I’ll do that. Of course, when it comes to Pike books, there’s very few that I haven’t re-read fairly recently. One of the Readathons I participated in when I was first blogging, I ordered several Pike books that I didn’t have (the Tales of Terror short story collections, volume 1 & 2) and it was awesome re-reading those!

  2. Bittner

    That sounds really cool! I love the idea of going back and reading books that you loved before and seeing how accurately you remember them! Of course in reality I’ve only done it a couple of times and both times the books didn’t live up to my nostalgia. But I’m sure you will have a great time with yours!

  3. Alexia561

    Don’t think I’ve ever read a Pike book, but remember that they should like crazy at the bookstore I worked in. Looking forward to your feature!

  4. Katie Pomroy @ KT's Reading Rainbow

    I just ordered a used copy of this last week and am so excited! I loved Christopher Pike and I would have kept my copies but my mother (urg!) threw them out while cleaning out the attic. I should be getting my copy this week! Woohoo!

    • Kimberly @ On the Wings of Books

      I “grew up” and got rid of all my copies. Big mistake. I’m not sure I’ll ever reread all of them because I can think of a few that probably wouldn’t hold up, but this one was a success and I hope you enjoy your reread just as much.