Teen Halloween 10|
By Hilary Williamson - October, 2010
'Did you hear about the vampire poet? Things went from bat to verse.'
(Puns Spooken Here: Word Play for Halloween by Richard Lederer)
Avoid vampire poets this Halloween - but enjoy digging your fangs into the spooky seasonal selection below. Bone appétit!
7 Souls by Barnabas Miller & Jordan Orlando
Mary's murder is seen through the eyes of 7 different souls.
Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer
After Bella weds the love of her life, it is changed in unexpected ways.
The Crossroads by Chris Grabenstein
Zack Jennings and family move to a Connecticut town filled with ghosts.
The Dead Boys by Royce Buckingham
New to town, Teddy meets 3 odd boys who pull him into danger.
Fallen: Torment by Lauren Kate
Luce studies with Nephilim whose angel DNA should help shield her.
Ghost Busted by Nathan Johnson et al
American manga artists offer a new take on Ghostbusters.
The Heir of Night by Helen Lowe
Malian, Heir of Night, learns that she might be the One-to-Come.
Hell Week by Rosemary Clement-Moore
College freshman Maggie Quinn joins the sorority from hell.
I Shall Wear Midnight by Terry Pratchett
When people turn on witches, the innocents suffer ...
iDrakula by Bekka Black
Mina's friend Renfield bites the head off a mouse at work.
Maximum Ride: Fang by James Patterson
'Fang will be the first to die. And it will be soon.'
Monster Blood Tattoo: Lamplighter by D. M. Cornish
Rossamünd's adventures continue in a realm threatened by monsters.
Night Runner by Max Turner
Zack learns he's a vampire, and ends up on the run from his own kind.
The Reckoning by Kelley Armstrong
Chloe survives with a little help from a demi-demon.
The Secret of Laurel Oaks by Lois Ruby
Lila's mom books them into the haunted Laurel Oaks Plantation.
Three Quarters Dead by Richard Peck
Kerry's dead friends take peer pressure to a whole new level.
The Uninvited by Tim Wynne-Jones
Mimi leaves NY City to hide from a college professor/stalker.
Vampires by Joules Taylor
Explores vampirism, its origins, and what it means to us.
Werewolves by Jon Izzard
Feel like exploring your inner wolf? Read on.
Have a happy Halloween ... enjoy these ghoulishly good reads, try not to go from bat to verse, and always dare to dream!
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