My Weekend is Booked with HORROR!

Fever 1793Fever, 1793 by Laurie Halse Anderson

In 1793 Philadelphia, sixteen-year-old Matilda Cook, separated from her sick mother, learns about perseverance and self-reliance when she is forced to cope with the horrors of a yellow fever epidemic.

The Dead Boys by Royce BuckinghamThe Dead Boys

Timid twelve-year-old Teddy Mathews and his mother move to a small, remote desert town in eastern Washington, where the tree next door, mutated by nuclear waste, eats children and the friends Teddy makes turn out to be dead.

Gallows HillGallows Hill by Lois Duncan

When seventeen year old Sarah works in the fourtune telling booth at a school carnival, she finds that sometimes she can really see the future in the crystal ball, a talent that disturbs some of the other students and makes them suspect her of being a witch.

The Thirteenth Tale by Diane SetterfieldThe Thirteenth Tale

Author Vida Winter, having given out several versions of her life story over the years, decides to finally have Margaret Lea write her biography and draws the young woman into a tale of a governess, a ghost, a willful woman and a gothic mansion.

Liv, ForeverLiv, Forever by Amy Talkington

Soon after an art scholarship gets Liv a place at prestigious Wickham Hall, she becomes the latest victim of a dark conspiracy spanning 150 years, but her ghost, aided by friend Gabe and boyfriend Malcolm, tries to put a stop to the killing.

 

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