Monday, October 10, 2011

Creepy Stuff for Teens

Do you love a good fright? What are some of your favorite scary books to read?

You might like:
Bad Girls Don’t Die Katie Alendar 
Once upon a time, a child was mocked to a violent, sad death. Now, it seeks revenge!

Clay David Almond
A clay statue can’t REALLY come to life and kill…unless its creator wills it...

Thirsty M.T. Anderson
From the moment he knows that he is destined to be a vampire, Chris thirsts for the blood of people around him. Can he keep humanity?

In the Forests of the Night Amelia Atwater-Rhoades
“I was transformed into what I am against my will.” Risika is 17. She has been since 1684.

The Seer of Shadows Avi
It’s New York City, 1872, and Horace sees dead people—in his photographs.

Coraline Neil Gaiman
Coraline discovers a mirror world that appears to improve upon her normal world. But her new parents do seem a bit odd...

Carrie Stephen King
Carrie is an alienated teenager gifted with some interesting psychic powers. And you thought YOUR prom was a nightmare!

Blood Ninja Nick Lake
A young samurai vampire must combat the horrors of the ninja vampires who decapitated his father (yes, really).

Monster’s Proof Richard Lewis
Math is a horrific enough subject for most people, but it’s even worse when it can create evil beings and rain chaos on the world!

The Restless Dead Deborah Noyes
Afraid of undead creatures? These ten stories by well-known authors tell you why you should be!

Killing Britney Sean Olin
Ever since Britney became the most popular girl at school, her life has been touched by tragedy. And the strange deaths continue...

The Forest of Hands and Teeth [Series] Carrie Ryan
In Mary’s world, there are two types of people—humans, and the flesh-eating undead.

18 Best Stories by Edgar Allan Poe Edgar Allan Poe
18 terrifying tales by the classic master of horror. The Masque of the Red Death, The Cask of Amontillado, The Fall of the House of Usher, The Murders in the Rue Morgue, and more!

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