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YA/NA/Adult... whatever your heart desires!

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37 comments:

  1. So sorry not a YA but all I can think of is The Half Killed by Quenby Olson man the writing was so amazing , totally freaked me out.

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  2. Frost by Marianna Baer or The First of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan.

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  3. The Woman in Black by Susan Hill was really eerie!!!

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  4. Im not sure if its YA but i adore quinn loftis grey wolves series. Theres also
    A book i just got ,Dangerous Waters, by CM Michaels.

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  5. Your in my close vicinity! I live across the river but go to st louis alot.my sister in law lives over by the airport. If you do any book signings around here ,you should let me know!

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  6. Not really YA, but I love all of Stephen King's spooky books. Needful Things and Carrie are two really good ones.

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  7. The Anna Dressed In Blood books were really good!

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  8. Thanks for the giveaway! I book I hear is good and I want to read is Grim by various young adult authors like Julie Kagawa. :)

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  9. If m/m YA is okay with you, Evan Gilbert's BROWN-EYED DEVIL terrified me!

    --Trix

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  10. I love paranormal romances, fanasty, and YA.
    tashiajennings@aol.com

    Would love Dark Carousel by Christine Feehan

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  11. And the Trees Crept in or Hell Hole is my recommendation.

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  12. I love to re-read the Shade series by Jeri Smith Ready at Halloween. a ghostly YA

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  13. the experiment in terror series by karina halle

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  14. Wow what a incredible hop on here. Thank you for the opportunity.

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  15. Sorry, I would not know any of them. I like to read all the cookbooks. I wish someone would have a giveaway for those.

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  16. I liked Pumpkin Roll by Josi Kilpack.

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  17. The Graveyard Queen by Amanda Stevens, but it's not YA.

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  18. Sorry, can't think of any YA off the top of my head. Do you like wicked dinosaurs? Try Dinosaur Lake by Kathryn Meyer Griffith.
    sherry @ fundinmental

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  19. Perhaps Stephen King's The Tommyknockers!?

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  20. I don't really read spooky books (or it takes a lot to scare me). When I was younger I read a lot of Stephen King. I think the spookiest was Misery and it wasn't paranormal at all.

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  21. Origin by Jessica Khoury. It's not straight up horror, but it is haunting.

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  22. The House of Dark Shadows series is seriously spooky.
    Dianna

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  23. There was a new short story collection, Scary Out There, which has a bunch of YA scary stories, and several are really good!

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  24. Since I don't read really scary books, I can't help you with that!

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  25. Depends on a persons definition of spooky. Mine is crime/thrillers like the Forgotten Girls by Sara Blaedel or Last Ragged Breath by Julia Keller. Della at deepotter at peoplepc dot com

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  26. I recommend Miss peregrine's home for peculiar children.

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  27. I liked the Cresswell Plot by Eliza Wass. Intriguing and kinda creepy!

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  28. The Women in the Walls by Amy Lukavics. Thanks for the chance.

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  29. I thought the Exorcist was a scary read.

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  30. This might be too young but I heard Dark Life was good and scary.

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  31. Try Dorothy Gale: Vampire Hunter It is a great YA read.

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  32. About the only creepy YA (I think) book I can think of is Anna Dressed in Blood. It's an excellent book.

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  33. I highly recommend Miss peregrine's home for peculiar children and Nevernight!

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  34. Like them, I also recommend Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. :)

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