The Roommate

The Roommate

Diane Hoh / May 29, 2020

The Roommate Four very different roommates share a suite in the quad beautiful Danni shy Maureen mysterious Margot and wild Lacey and soon one of them may be dead

  • Title: The Roommate
  • Author: Diane Hoh
  • ISBN: 9780590555227
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Paperback
  • Four very different roommates share a suite in the quad beautiful Danni, shy Maureen, mysterious Margot, and wild Lacey and soon one of them may be dead.

    The Roommate Feb , Directed by Christian E Christiansen With Minka Kelly, Leighton Meester, Cam Gigandet, Aly Michalka When college freshman Sara arrives on campus for the first time, she befriends her roommate, Rebecca, unaware that the girl is becoming dangerously obsessed with her. The Roommate The Roommate is a American psychological thriller directed by Christian E Christiansen and written by Sonny Mallhi.The film stars Leighton Meester, Minka Kelly, Cam Gigandet, Danneel Harris, Matt Lanter, and Aly Michalka.It was theatrically released on February , The film is inspired by the film Single White Female The Roommate Minka Kelly, Leighton Meester Jul , The Roommate unfolds at the fictional Los Angeles University, where dorms rival four star hotels and major areas of study are sexy clothes, high priced hairstyles, and all around hotness The story sets up incoming freshman Sara Minka Kelly as the good girl object of demented psychological desire for roomie Rebecca Leighton Meester with sledgehammer conceptual blows that end with The Roommate Rotten Tomatoes A psychological thriller about a deranged college freshman Leighton Meester who becomes obsessed with her new roommate Minka Kelly. The Roommates Jun , Directed by Arthur Marks With Marki Bey, Pat Woodell, Roberta Collins, Laurie Rose Heather, Beth, Carla, Brea, and Heather s cousin Paula are five lovely young ladies who decide to spend their summer vacation at Lake Arrowhead While at Lake Arrowhead the women hit the party circuit and get involved with various men in the area However, things go awry when the gals find themselves the THE ROOMMATE Trailer YouTube Jan , A psychological thriller about a deranged college freshman Leighton Meester who becomes obsessed with her new roommate Minka Kelly.

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      • Diane Hoh

        Diane Hoh is the author of fifty seven novels for young adults She grew up in Warren, Pennsylvania but currently resides in Austin, Texas Reading and writing are her favorite things, also gardening and grandchildren.


    1. This is probably the best of the books Nola Thacker/D.E. Athkins ghost-wrote for Nightmare Hall. The characters were interesting and I never knew which direction the book was headed. But the climax is too vague and rushed. I like to know who was doing what, thank you!

    2. So I've been in a very nostalgic mood lately, and have decided I want to re-read some series that I liked as a kid but haven't thought about in years. I particularly loved this Nightmare Hall series for reasons I can't seem to recall, so I thought that would be a good place to start. Unfortunately, my library doesn't carry ANY of these anymore, and I am having to get every one of them from Interlibrary. What a pain! The first hasn't come in yet, so I ended up starting with the second , but I don [...]

    3. Actual page number- 184 pagesSecond entry in nightmare hall series and the second book is already ghost written by Nola Thacker. I guess the first book is a smash hit that the second book must be made quickly so they hire a new writer since the original author couldn't meet the deadline possibly.The only difference I see is mostly the dialogue. Hoh's dialogue is more "casual" but Thacker's dialogue feels like it's trying to be hip and trendy with strange phrases she used. I honestly prefer Diane [...]

    4. I love 90s books like this so I liked it but as part of the Nightmare Hall series/the sequel to The Silent Scream I was a bit disappointed Silent Scream was very exciting and even scary (especially when reading before bed) but Roommate was a lot slower, didn't get real exciting til the end, and honestly I wasn't in love with the characters either.

    5. A genuinely creepy story about 4 strangers forced to share rooms and a bathroom at college. Strangely not in Nightingale hall like I was expecting but on the same campus.Who is crazy and who has a secret?Mouse:- shy, quiet regimented Mouse who seems afraid of her own shadow?Wild child Lacey?Margot with no belongings and no high school memoriesDanni who seems to think everything is aimed at her.

    6. This wasn’t as good as the first book, but it wasn’t bad. I spent the entire story wondering which of the roommates was the crazy one. The author did a wonderful job keeping you guessing because to be honest, they all seemed a little off to me. All of the characters were written in a way that made them seem suspicious. Even the most normal character, Danni, was paranoid as hell. About two-thirds of the way in, I figured out who the psycho was. There were two very blatant hints dropped and I [...]

    7. 2 out of 5 Point Horror Book Stars! (I rate these books compared to other Point Horror Books Only)I read this as part of the #pointhorrorbookclub that I run monthly!You can read the post here talesofyesterday/2015/11This is more of a discussion than a review with highlighted areas of the book and has a comedy feel to the discussion to. Please be aware that as this is a discussion there will be spoilers.Want to know more about #pointhorrorbookclub - check this out talesofyesterday/tales-pAll in a [...]

    8. Another quick read. Took me just under two hours. I do love these refreshing books. It makes me feel accomplished to be able to just finish them so quickly.The writing style may be a bit simpler, not as many details, and all the characters are always full of mysteries only revealed at the end.These books all seem to have a similar pattern, so beware of that if you read to many of them in a row.This particular one was very interesting, with a wonderful twist at the end. Rushed? Yes, but worth a r [...]

    9. okay the most accurate way to describe this book is by comparing it to pretty little liars the tv showIt's basically trashy ya, with an edgeIt's stereotypical, not that shocking, basically chic lit but everybody is sketchy afThe difference between this and PLL is that in the end of this one Aria is actually A (take that as a spoiler if you will lol)fun quick read for 1.50 pounds

    10. Admittedly some parts of this were cringe-y to read, but I suppose that's just me to the time difference. I still enjoyed it and as much as I tried I still was surprised by the plot twistjust when I thought I had figured it out

    11. It's been awhile since I read this, but I do remember I enjoyed it very much, as I did everything else written by Diane Hoh.

    12. I had all the Nightmare Hall books at one time. I loved them as a teen. I found this one in a box of books this summer and read it again.

    13. It began really slowly and then the end was loads of details shoved into a small space of time. Bad pacing but the story was good.

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