Many people find one of the most enjoyable aspects of Halloween to be the myriad creatures associated with it. Legendary villains like Dracula, the Wolf Man, Frankenstein, and zombies of all stripes emerge on or about October 31st in the forms of costumes, films, and books. America’s tendency to associate such creatures with Halloween is so embedded in our culture that we frequently forget that most of these creatures--or at least the versions of them we best remember--are relatively recent creations that are often less than two centuries old.
Here are some other titles that I hope will keep you on the edge of your seat!
These selections are from the Dragonflight series of fantasy novels for young adults. Dragonflight books team masters of fantasy fiction with terrific fantasy artists.
by Tanith Lee, Illustrated by Heather Cooper
Did you know that Eclipse is part of the Twilight Saga series? The first
two books in the Stephenie Meyer's series are Twilight and New Moon.
Here are some other titles that I hope you can't put down!
Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause.
Having fallen for a human boy, a beautiful teenage werewolf must battle
both her packmates and the fear of the townspeople to decide where she
belongs and with whom.
Betwixt by Tara Bray Smith.
If you liked Fangs 4 Freaks by Serena Robar and haven't read the others in the series, you should try Braced 2 Bite and Dating 4 Demons. Here are some other humorous fantasies/paranormal/supernatural books that I hope you will like:
Circus of the Darned by Katie Maxwell.
If you liked the passion between Edward and Bella in New Moon you might
try one of these. The first three are horror or fantasy, and the last
two are just good love stories!
The Silver Kiss by Annette Curtis Klause.
A mysterious teenage boy harboring a dark secret helps Zoe come to terms
with her mother's terminal illness.
Haunted: A Tale of the Mediator by Meg Cabot.