Be careful what stories you tell around the campfire… they just might come true. While camping in a remote location, Maddie Davenport gathers around the fire with her friends and family to tell scary stories. The next day, the story comes true. I love to read great YA horror books. I loved Buffy, Grimm, and Supernatural. If a kid I was babysitting had a solid Goosebumps collection, I was stoked.
YA Horror 30 Books That Will Send Chills Down Your Spine
To get yourself into the mood for all things haunted, strap in and prepare to get your scary reading on. These YA horror books of range from books about zombies and witches to books about catastrophic diseases, ghosts, and deep, dark woods. This means that YA horror can cross genres and allow readers frightening reads from contemporary fiction to fantasy and science fiction. Horror allows space not only for monsters and creatures and beings, but also for serial killers, for natural disasters, and more. The unexplained noises are a little more out of the ordinary, but again, nothing too unusual. Answers may lie in an old comic book Denise finds concealed in the attic: For centuries, the high council has stayed in power by virtue of the prophecies of the elder seers.
Ann Foster If you grew up terrified by classic YA thrillers by authors like Lois Duncan and Christopher Pike, you may not be prepared for the intense horror of the new generation of scary YA books. Read these…if you dare. She also becomes haunted by lurid visions, disturbing voices, and questions about her own sanity.
The story focuses on two isolated teen girls who live a castle at the edge of town. They are subject of rumors as their entire family rather mysteriously died years ago. They girls, now becoming women, have not left their home in years, but are slowly starting to become more outspoken about their strange, shrouded past. By Brenna Yovanoff Originally published in Mackie is not human.