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And unless Haley can figure out what they want…she might be next. Clare has been miserable since her exorcism.
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Now, Clare will do almost anything to get Her back. After a chance encounter with the son of the preacher who exorcised her, Clare goes on an adventure through the dark underbelly of her small Southern town, discovering its deep-seated occult roots. As she searches for Her, she must question the fine lines between good and evil, love and hate, and religion and free will. Ellie heads up her high school yearbook, and until the tornadoes come, her biggest worry is how to raise enough money to print them. Seventeen-year-old Anouk envies the human world, where people known as Pretties lavish themselves in fast cars, high fashion, and have the freedom to fall in love.
But Anouk can never have those things, because she is not really human. Enchanted from animal to human girl and forbidden to venture beyond her familiar Parisian prison, Anouk is a Beastie: destined for a life surrounded by dust bunnies and cinders serving Mada Vittora, the evil witch who spelled her into existence.
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That is, until one day she finds her mistress murdered in a pool of blood—and Anouk is accused of the crime. Now, the world she always dreamed of is rife with danger. Pursued through Paris by the underground magical society known as the Haute, Anouk and her fellow Beasties only have three days to find the real killer before the spell keeping them human fades away. Ash may have escaped the immortal-worshipping cult that killed her mother, but the love of her life is still under its thrall. Ash is desperate to help Dane vanquish Coronado without having to sacrifice herself to the darkness.
No one knows death like Tea. A bone witch who can resurrect the dead, she has the power to take life…and return it.
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And she is done with her self-imposed exile. Her heart is set on vengeance, and she now possesses all she needs to command the mighty daeva. With the help of these terrifying beasts, she can finally enact revenge against the royals who wronged her—and took the life of her one true love.
June longs to travel, to attend college and to write the dark science fiction stories that consume her waking hours. Those who dare speak up disappear…or worse. But she does know one thing: in order to survive, she must destroy the Institution before it finally claims them all.
Nita did a good deed, and it cost her everything. Armed with their magical camera, they explore the countryside and meet people who tell them about the forgotten ghosts, ghouls and demons who lie in wait ready to play tricks on them. These Yokai, or supernatural beings, are sometimes kind, sometimes mischievous, and sometimes downright dangerous!
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Lacy desperately wants to leave the cemetery and find out how she died, but every soul is obligated to perform a job. But Lacy is in for another shock when surprising and long-buried truths begin to emerge. Parks and mountains are preserved in space. Laura belongs to a shipraiding family, who are funded by a group used to getting what they want.
But their plan is the only hope for their crews, their families, and themselves. Bina has never forgotten the time she and her mother ran away from home. But before they could even leave town, Bina had a new stepfather and two new stepsisters, and a humming sense of betrayal pulling apart the bond with her mother—a bond Bina thought was unbreakable. Eight years later, after too many lies and with trouble on her heels, Bina finds herself on the side of the road again, the city of her dreams calling for her. There, Bina is drawn to her enigmatic downstairs neighbor Monet, a girl who is equal parts intriguing and dangerous.
On the last day of summer, they find a stone box buried in the forest, and each places an object inside to seal their friendship. And they make rules:. Sep has gone through the past four years alone and plans to escape to boarding school. But strange things are happening—mirrors are breaking unexpectedly, electricity is flickering in and out, and people are coming down with inexplicable physical ailments. Someone has broken the rules.
Marion: the new girl. Awkward and plain, steady and dependable.
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Zoey: the pariah. Luckless and lonely, hurting but hiding it. New to Goodreads? Get great book recommendations! Start Now. Want to Read. Shelving menu. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Rate it:. Elevation by Stephen King Goodreads Author ,. Mark Edward Geyer Illustrator.
The Master of Horror strikes again. Want to Read saving…. Error rating book. I've gone on record before as an avid proponent of getting outside of your reading comfort zone. The people who don't read YA, or who don't read sci-fi or romance or the classics are usually doing so out of judgment. The people who don't read horror are doing it out of fear.
I get it. You're scared. But I'm here to say that if you're even a teensy bit curious about dipping your toe into the big, scary world of literary horror, you should go for it. There's a lot more to the genre than blood and guts and creepy dolls. Here are a few great horror books to get you started. Some of these books are scary, yes. They run the gamut from mildly creepy to truly, horrifically nightmarish. Gracetown, Florida, is haunted by ghosts of both the figurative and the literal kind. Between one stunning novella and fifteen short stories, Ghost Summer takes us on a journey through people touched by the strange and otherworldly.
Tananarive Due's horror is nuanced and wonderfully creepy; a great jumping off point if you don't feel quite ready for a festival of gore and slasher fiction yet. Click here to buy.
The thing about Coraline is that most kids seem to experience it as a fun adventure book, and most adults seem to experience as the single most terrifying story ever put to paper. The truth lies somewhere in between, but Coraline makes for a great first horror novel either way. Coraline herself is such a recklessly brave little girl that you'll want to be brave, too The Silver family has retreated into mourning in a large, strange house on the cliffs near Dover. Lily is gone, leaving behind her twins, Miranda and Eliot, and her husband, Luc. All three feel the intense pain of her absence.
But Miranda is reacting strangely to her grief: She's eating chalk and slowly, gradually, disappearing into the house itself. White is for Witching is a mesmerizing introduction to the haunted house genre, bringing beautiful new life to a classic horror convention.
Myriam is a brilliant lawyer who's ready to get back to work.