Childhood can be a horror show. And when your father is a famous director of scary movies, that can be literally true. Derek Milman's first novel will make you Scream All Night.
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The One of Us Is Lying author delivers another whodunnit that will keep you guessing until the end with Two Can Keep A Secret.
It’s almost October and you know what that means—it’s scary book time! Erin Bowman’s new read, Contagion, is more than up to the task of giving you the heebie jeebies.
The stories we tell around the Campfire are just stories, right? Right?
Kara Thomas brings the classic teen horror in her latest, The Cheerleaders.
Start your summer off with a trip to the beach and this 1980’s cult classic.
So you got on The Wrong Train? Well, let's tell some scary stories while we wait for the next one.
Courtney Alameda’s Pitch Dark takes the horrors of humanity into deep space.
Stay on the roads. Don't enter the woods. Never go out at night. And enjoy the May Day festivities in Sarah Jude's The May Queen Murders.
Heads will roll...
In M.C. Atwood's The Devils You Know, five teenagers make their way through a spooky haunted museum. Zoinks!
The Shadyside High cheerleaders are back!
Michelle Knudsen proves that you can write the exact same book twice and call it a sequel, in Revenge of the Evil Librarian.
Thriller writer Gregg Hurwitz steps foot into the YA world with The Rains, a book about “Chasers" and “Hosts," but a zombie by any other name would smell as foul.
Host a spooky celebration inspired by R.L. Stine's Fear Street!
Join Meredith for another stroll down R.L. Stine's FEAR STREET.
In Christina Lauren's book The House, Delilah has a new boyfriend, but has to compete with his family. All two stories, 23,000 square feet of them.
Stephanie Perkins returns with a short story anthology for summertime swoon.
Thirteen Chairs: Dave Shelton's short story take on the campfire tale.
In Alexander Gordon Smith's new trilogy, The Devil's Engine, a wish-granting machine will decide the fate of the battle between good and evil.
In a place where fourteen years of day are followed by fourteen years of night, three kids find out what happens when daylight runs out in Nightfall.
Ainslie Hogarth's The Boy Meets Girl Massacre (Annotated) sports some of the scariest scares we've seen in a while.
Slasher Girls and Monster Boys preys on your worst fears...and introduces you to a few new ones.
Gear up for some serious gore in Danielle Vega’s Survive the Night.
Well, on second thought...don’t. But DO check out Sweet by Emmy Laybourne!
R.L. Stine is back with a new FEAR STREET novel that makes the old ones look like wussies.
Courtney Alameda’s debut novel Shutter is a delightful read featuring a badass lady, unsanctioned romance … and vicious and disgusting paranormal creatures.
If you’re looking for a retelling of Edgar Allen Poe’s The Fall of the House of Usher that is a little less bleak than the original … Bethany Griffin’s The Fall is not it.
In Whitney A. Miller's The Violet Hour, the daughter of a religious leader harbours a dark secret that could endanger everyone around her.
Emily Carroll's Through The Woods is a gorgeously haunting graphic novel.
Kendare Blake's Anna Dressed in Blood hits all the right horror and humor notes.
Two fave character actors team up for a different spin on hillbillies and horror that made Mandy W. literally LHAO.
Are you sleeping too well at night? Try reading Ilsa J. Bick's White Space.
Asylum, by Madeleine Roux. Welcome to freshman orientation. They once performed a lobotomy on a serial killer in your dorm room. They say you can still hear him screaming, some nights. Oh, and there's asbestos.
The Troop by Nick Cutter reveals the ultimate weight loss diet. No, not the parasites, reading this book before lunch.
Jon Skovron's Man Made Boy: We were made for each other. In Brian's case, literally.
Meredith concludes her terrifying-ish journey down R.L. Stine's FEAR STREET with what else but HALLOWEEN PARTY?
Mandy W. likes Sick by Tom Leveen a lot better than The Walking Dead, but still not enough to turn her into a zombie book convert.
Meredith's spending October on R. L. Stine's FEAR STREET! Join her for the scares.
Meredith continues her tour back down the spooky bends of R.L. Stine's FEAR STREET.
We continue down R.L. Stine's FEAR STREET with a deadly slumber party on Fear Island!
Rags & Bones, a new short story collection edited by Melissa Marr and Tim Pratt, featuring stories from the likes of Holly Black, Rick Yancey and Neil Gaiman, puts new spins on classic tales. Plus: You can win a copy!
It's October and Meredith is taking a trip back down the chilly twists and turns of R.L. Stine's FEAR STREET.
Defy the Dark: A collection of short stories about the things that go bump in the night, editied by Saundra Mitchell.
Cyn Balog's Dead River takes us over the river and through the woods...TO HELL!
Erin celebrates the Mars Curiosity's successful landing with a look back at the best book about Mars EVER WRITTEN, Christopher Pike's The Season of Passage.
A review of Johan Harstad's 172 Hours on the Moon, which will make you glad you didn't achieve your childhood goal of becoming an astronaut.
Erin appeals you to watch the amazing and hilarious The Cabin in the Woods!
Meghan reviews The Midnight Palace by Carlos Ruiz Zafón, which fails to maintain its promising premise.
Jenny goes Brangelina by adopting the young orphan assistant from The Monstrumologist by Rick Yancey.
Resident Badass Meredith breaks down the works of Christopher Pike by frequently used literary devices.
Meghan reviews Bad Girls Don't Die by Katie Alender, which has demonic possession and creepy dolls.