Teens Read Horror Stories
Annotation:390p. (Gr. 8 and up) When Chloe starts seeing ghosts, she ends up in Lyle House, a group home for troubled teens. Soon she finds out her new friends may possess paranormal abilities, and begins to suspect they were all brought together for a purpose and that they are all in danger.
Annotation:182p. (Gr. 6 and up) If it isn’t difficult enough dealing with the everyday pressures of being a teenager, Vlad is half-vampire with serious blood cravings. Not to mention, he is being hunted by a vampire killer.
Annotation:329p. (Gr. 8 and up) Bestowed with an unusual gift, Violet can sense those that have been murdered and the imprints left behind on their killers. If that isn’t confusing enough, Violet is falling for Jay, her best friend since childhood. When someone is killing young girls in the area, Violet sets out to find the killer. Will Jay’s attempts to keep Violet safe be enough?
Annotation:356p. (Gr. 9 and up) Eighteen year old Bug Smoot has to deal with a demon which has come to repossess her car and take her soul because of an agreement her grandfather made.
Annotation:440p. (Gr. 8 and up) A year ago everyone over 16 years old turned into a flesh eating zombie. A group of kids in London have learned how to survive but are tempted to travel to Buckingham Palace when a stranger arrives with promises of food and safety.
Annotation:210p. (Gr. 9-12) Janie can see people's dreams, including their nightmares. She always thought she was a freak, but soon finds she has a purpose helping solve horrific crimes, but this often puts her in serious danger.
Annotation:294p. (Gr. 7 and up) Danny just wanted to go out and have a good time with his friends, but on his way home he’s attacked by the scariest thing he’s ever seen. He tries to tell himself that he just hit his head too hard, but soon he can’t deny that something awful is happening to him.
Annotation:163p. (Gr. 9-12) The haunted manor of Edith Wharton’s classic ghost story “Kerfol,” is revisited in this collection of new short stories, beginning with a reimagining of the original tale of a noblewoman accused of the murder of her older and psychologically abusive husband. The four stories that follow take place at the same haunted location.
Annotation:310p. (Gr. 9-12) Mary has lived her life sheltered and behind the wired fence that keeps away the unconsecrated, the zombies. When they begin to break through the fence, she and her friends struggle to survive.
Annotation:233p. (Gr. 8 and up) Grubbs Grady thinks he has a normal life until he see his family violently torn into bloody pieces by demons. He is committed to a mental institution for his horrific “visions” until his eccentric uncle takes him under his wing. Grady must learn the connection between the demons and his family, before he becomes a victim of an existing family curse.
Annotation:276p. (Gr. 7 and up) The Pricker Boy is a creature of thorns that lives in the forest. Stucks Cumberland and his friends have avoided the woods until they turn 14 and then have to venture inside.
Annotation:377p. (Gr. 7 and up) Rumor becomes reality when Seth and Kady are drawn into the frightening world of Malice. Curious kids who repeat the mantra “Tall Jake, take me away!” find themselves living, and dying, inside the pages of a dangerous comic strip that those in the real world think is just a work of fiction.