Long before Edward Cullen was a sparkle in Stephenie Meyer's eye, vampires were rampant in teen horror.
Most teenagers are super excited about getting their driver's license. Car accidents, drunk driving, hitchhikers - getting your driver's license suddenly became your worst nightmare.
Inspired by Grady Hendrix's Paperbacks from Hell, this new series of blog posts will highlight the 90s teen horror explosion. Get ready for neon covers, insane plot twists, and plenty of nostalgia!
What If It's Us, The Hazel Wood, Tower of Dawn, and more!
Fahrenheit 451, Boston Teen Author Festival reads, a rare DNF, and more
Summer reads, ARCs, Sky in the Deep, and more
# of books read: 15 audiobooks listened to: 3 graphic novels read: 2 total page count: 4,402 year total page count: 28,874 This was a crazy month, and despite having a week of vacation, it wasn't exactly *restful* vacation. Plus with all the running around for the summer reading program at my library, and planning for … Continue reading July reading round-up
# of books read: 21 audiobooks listened to: 5 ARCs read: 1 total page count: 4,538 year total page count: 20,077 I managed to get tons of reading done this month! My favorite reads of the month were Bang by Barry Lyga (about a boy who shot and killed his younger sister when he was a toddler), … Continue reading May reading round-up
# of books read: 20 audiobooks listened to: 5 ebooks read: 6 nonfiction read: 2 ARCs read: 1 books from the Experiment in Terror series: 4 books from the White Cat series: 3 vintage YA: 3 total page count: 4,376 I did a ton of reading this month. In newer releases, I finished up Bellevue: Three Centuries of Medicine and Mayhem at … Continue reading January reading round-up
"Vintage" young adult books fall into only a few genres, and I've just had the pleasure (?) of reading a few that fit the "Afterschool Special" genre. This breed of YA is rarely seen for today's teens. Reading these books is like being hit over the head with the book's Very Special Message. The Wave (1981), … Continue reading back when YA was an afterschool special