Great horror reads for teens.
This isn't a book about vampires or goblins; it's about real-life terrors, things that can actually happen to you.
Doug's botanist father moves his family to the wilderness, where Doug and his sister encounter weird and frightening creatures.
Two best friends visit an illegal freak show where they encounter a vampire and a deadly spider.
Two boys succeed in creating a monster out of clay--and are terrified of the horror they have unleashed.
Kerry saves a man claiming he's a vampire; now she must trust him to save her family.
16-year-old Nick is used to slaying demons, but now it's personal: he has to save his brother.
Eli discovers a shocking secret about his family while working for a scientist whose specialty is genetic engineering.
Dracula, king of the undead, sails to England to quench his thirst for blood.
Tells the story of a scientist who discovers the secret of generating life from lifeless matter, and puts this knowledge to use by creating a monster being.
Sixteen-year-old Susannah is a mediator, one who communicates with the dead, and she's also in love with a ghost.
The four visitors at Hill House-- some there for knowledge, others for adventure-- are unaware that the old mansion will soon choose one of them to make its own.
Recently orphaned, Judith Sparrow moves into her uncle's large, forbidding house and hears tales of its terrible past.
Two teens discover that there really are modern-day plesiosaurs trapped in a Vermont lake.
In a remote Maine town, sixteen-year-old Cynda is attracted to a mysterious stranger and falls under his power.
Young Annabel Lee finds murder and horror when she moves to Philadelphia in 1826.
When the undead threaten their village, Peter's father must reveal his vampire-slaying past.
After he is hit by a car, Jack discovers special powers that make him sensitive to the occult.
Catherine hopes to recover from the death of her best friend, but instead is befriended by an evil presence.
Tom's new job as apprentice to the village Spook is harder than he thought it would be--and much scarier.