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Teen Halloween 2006
By Hilary Williamson - October, 2006
'There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than
are dreamt of in your philosophy.' (Shakespeare's Hamlet)

Here's a 2006 roundup of spooky seasonal reads that range from horror and thrillers to the fantastically funny.

Awesome Illustrated Classics
Dracula & Jane Eyre illustrated by gifted comic artists.

The Beast of Noor by Janet Lee Carey
Miles and Hanna must free Enness Isle from a fearsome beast.

The Black Tattoo by Sam Enthoven
Three teens must capture a demon before it ends the world.

Braced2Bite by Serena Robar
High school cheerleader transforms to vampiress extraordinaire.

Corydon & the Island of Monsters by Tobias Druitt
Begs the question - who and what are the true monsters?

The Fetch by Chris Humphreys
Sky must fulfill his destiny by releasing and controlling his fetch.

The Intruders by E. E. Richardson
A family of Londoners moves into a dilapidated, haunted country house.

The Looking Glass Wars by Frank Beddor
Ready for the true Wonderland? It's a world at war, and Alyss is missing.

The Monstrous Memoirs of a Mighty McFearless by Ahmet Zappa
Minerva McFearless comes from a family of monsterminators.

Murkmere by Patricia Elliott
A world ruled by a religion rife with superstition and fear.

New Moon by Stephenie Meyer
Continuing tale of Isabella's doomed love for an ethical vampire.

Ptolemy's Gate by Jonathan Stroud
Demons plot revenge on the foolish magicians who try to use them.

School's Out - Forever by James Patterson
The bird children attend school before an explosive 'date with destiny'.

The Sea of Trolls by Nancy Farmer
Jack quests to the land of the trolls to save his small sister.

Skybreaker by Kenneth Oppel
A ghost ship in the frigid cold and low oxygen of high altitudes.

Sons of Destiny by Darren Shan
Darren foils Mr. Tiny's Macchiavellian machinations.

Spirit Walker by Michelle Paver
Torak seeks a cure for a plague in the Deep Forest and by the Sea.

The Third Eye by Lois Duncan
A young woman denies her painful psychic abilities.

Enjoy these monstrously good reads, have a safe and happy Halloween - and dare to dream!
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