Young Adult and Middle Grade Horror Spotlight
YA and MG Horror

YA/MG Horror Spotlight November 2019

The Ladies of Horror Fiction team is putting a spotlight on Young Adult and Middle Grade horror each month. Below we are featuring the books our team has been read and reviewed in November.

Young Adult Books Reviewed

Laurie read Wilder Girls by Rory Power this month with equal thanks to several of the LOHF team raving about it and the fact that Wilder Girls was our November readalong winner! You don’t want to miss Laurie’s review (“It is an incredible debut and I’ll definitely be reading this author again – sequel or no sequel!“)

Emily also read and loved Rules for Vanishing by Kate Alice Marshall this month. Be sure to check out her review (“I got genuinely creeped out during this book, and that’s always a treat. “)

Middle Grade Books Reviewed

This month Toni read The Girl in the Fort by Tracy Fahey. Don’t miss her 5⭐ review (“Fahey has the ability to weave folklore and horror seamlessly.“)

Emily also read Tunnel of Bones by V.E. Schwab. Tunnel of Bones is the second book in the Cassidy Blake series. Be sure to read her review (“They always offer some solid creepy moments, and I wish these books would have been around when I was younger.“)

Jen also read Deep and Dark and Dangerous by Mary Downing Hahn this month. Be sure to check out her review (“If you are looking for a spooky story set on the lake, Deep and Dark and Dangerous is a quick (and younger) ghostly tale.“)

Upcoming Reviews

This month Toni also read An Eyeball in My Garden and Other Spine-Tingling Poems. Stay tuned for Toni upcoming thoughts. Emily read Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Vol. 1: High School Is Hell, and also upcoming is Jen’s review of The Chichi Hoohoo Bogeyman!


Have you read any of the books we read or reviewed this month? Let us know what YA or MG books you have read recently!

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