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The Casquette Girls is a delicious Southern Gothic vampire story that will make you want to catch the next flight to New Orleans.
Have you ever wondered what Dean Winchester might be like if he'd been born a girl? Then Eva Darrows’ The Awesome might be for you.
The battle between vampires and werewolves began long before Twilight was a glimmer in Stephenie Meyer’s subconscious.
Although hot paranormal creatures are still totally her bag, Mandy C.’s worried mind wasn’t eased by the too-familiar plot of Nikki Kelly’s Lailah.
The second book in Colleen Gleason’s Stoker and Holmes series involves steampunk, the occult, mysterious men—and builds on an already great series.
Jennie pits Book Elena Gilbert against Television Elena Gilbert in the ultimate fight. Who will win?
Think you're over vampires? Holly Black's latest novel will make you think again.
Mandy W. can't resist a catchy, descriptive title. One such example is Amy Fecteau's Real Vampires Don't Sparkle.
Alix reads Darcy's Vampire Desire by Regina Jeffers, and it goes exactly as well as you would expect.
Mandy reviews Maureen McGowan's Sleeping Beauty: Vampire Slayer, which is a real thing that exists.
You're gonna need a lot of blood bags for this one.
Alix tried, and failed, to read The Silver Kiss by Annette Curtis Klause, a classic YA vampire book.
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.
Jenny took a stroll down memory lane with M. B. Bloom's Drain You.
A review of Shadow of Night, the second in Deborah Harkness's All Souls' Trilogy (not-actually-spoilery spoiler alert: there is hardly a library to be seen, but you'll get to meet Shakespeare).
A review of Team Human, a vampire book that's over vampire books.
A review of A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness, a book about vampires and witches that borders on pornographic when it comes to libraries (and we don't mean sex in the stacks).
A modern YA twist on the highly disturbing original tale of Bluebeard.
A review of Lost In Time, a Blue Bloods book by Melissa de la Cruz, a series about vampires who were angels
Forever Young Adult Presents: A review of When The Sea Is Rising Red by Cat Hellisen
Forever Young Adult presents a book review of Balthazar by Claudia Gray
Learn how to be a LadyNerd at a Buffy singalong!
If Posh has to review yet another vampire book (this time, Bloodlines by Richelle Mead), then there had better be a werewolf in jorts for her enjoyment.
Erin reviews Overbite, the latest installment of Meg Cabot's grownup (i.e. Cussing! Sexytimes!) Insatiable series.
Smarty Pants Alison dedicates an ode to the forbidden lust between a vampire and a werewolf.
A review of Jane Jones: Worst. Vampire. Ever. by Caissie St. Onge, in which blood-intolerant loner Jane finally gets the hang of being a teen.
Jenny amicably breaks up with Claudia Gray's Evernight series after Afterlife.
Posh would def. use magic for personal gain in Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins.
After reading Richelle Mead's Spirit Bound, Posh revokes her BFF charm for the heroine of Vampire Academy.
As 2010 draws to a close, Erin revisits the predictions that FYA made at the beginning of the year.
A highly scientific look at the vampire craze, including the new vampire facelift and what might be next in body modifications
Smarty Pants and recovering vampire hater Elizabeth embraces the Dark Side.
In sooth Jenny know not why Claudia Gabel penned Romeo & Juliet & Vampires.
A highly scientific debate over the television and book versions of L.J. Smith's The Vampire Diaries.
Jenny reviews Infinite Days (a Vampire Queen book) by Rebecca Maizel, whose heroine is a badass, slightly sociopathic former vampire.
Jenny reviews The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner by Stephenie Meyer with a much-needed drinking game.
Meghan reviews Meg Cabot's grownup vampire book Insatiable and provides the BEST CASTING CALL EVER.
In Chapter 20 of FYA's Choose Your Own Adventure: High School Horror, you hit the road in search of a vampire expert (no, not the Watchers' Council).
In Chapter 19, the next gripping installment of FYA's Choose Your Own Adventure: High School Horror, you find yourself at the Summit of Hotties, and a scheme is hatched...
Jenny had a fun time hanging out with The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod: Eighth Grade Bites by Heather Brewer.
In Chapter 18 of FYA's Choose Your Own Adventure: High School Horror, you're ready to fight, and someone must make a great sacrifice.
In Chapter 17 of FYA's Choose Your Own Adventure: High School Horror, someone is not what they seem, and you get more answers than you can handle!
In Chapter 16 of FYA's Choose Your Own Adventure: High School Horror, the race to save Kayleigh is on, and ALL kinds of action goes down!
Chapter 15 of FYA's THRILLING TOTALLY UNSANE Choose Your Own Adventure series, High School Horror!
In Chapter 14 of FYA's Choose Your Own Adventure: High School Horror, it's time to channel channel all the Whedonverse heroes (along with some Real Housewives).
In Chapter 13 of FYA's Choose Your Own Adventure: High School Horror, you team up with Jacob (jorts optional) and the intrigue escalates!
In Chapter 12 of FYA's Choose Your Own Adventure: High School Horror, you finally open the box! (... and the contents are better than that Cameron Diaz movie of the same name).
In Chapter 11 of FYA's Choose Your Own Adventure: High School Horror, you get your stealth on and try to evade Finn.
Jenny wouldn't turn down The House of Night Series by P.C. and Kristin Cast (or the array of hot guys she picked in Casting Call).
In Chapter 10 of FYA's Choose Your Own Adventure: High School Horror, you go searching for answers yourself, and end up in a precarious situation...
In Chapter 9 of FYA's Choose Your Own Adventure: High School Horror, Neil's shady secret is out, and looks like Jacob's got one of his own...
Meghan makes predictions for YA publishing in 2010.
Here comes Neil with the answers, finally! It's Chapter 8 of FYA's Choose Your Own Adventure: High School Horror.
Chapter 7 of FYA's Choose Your Own Adventure: High School Horror continues with Kayleigh getting crazier, Jacob getting hotter and you getting WAY more confused.
In Chapter 6 of FYA's Choose Your Own Adventure: High School Horror, you head to Kayleigh's house and find yourself with yet another hottie.
In Chapter 5 of FYA's Choose Your Own Adventure: High School Horror, your curiosity wins and you go after the hot new guy.
In Chapter 4 of FYA's Choose Your Own Adventure: High School Horror, a possible excursion to the hot boy's house is too good for you to pass up.
Jenny reviews the Blue Bloods Series by Melissa de la Cruz, which is about vampires who used to be angels and are now hormonal society kids.
In Chapter 3 of FYA's Choose Your Own Adventure: High School Horror, you chase after your ex-BFF and receive an intriguing invitation.
In Chapter 2 of FYA's Choose Your Own Adventure: High School Horror, you choose between hotties and get a blast from the past.
Forever Young Adult debuts Chapter 1 of its Choose Your Own Adventure series: High School Horror.
Jenny's lovefest for Claudia Gray continues with Hourglass (an Evernight book).
A totally professional and highly academic review of New Moon, featuring the most beer snortworthy moments.
Richelle Mead's Vampire Academy Series: none of the sparkle, all of the hotness.
Jenny reviews Stargazer by Claudia Gray, the second installment of the exponentially more awesome Evernight Series.
Claudia Gray's Evernight is like a baklava with layers of swoonworthiness and vampires.