There's a lot happening in my life, of course, so I forgot to give this all the shout outs that most of our prior conversations get, but we still have our ongoing book recommendation post for young adult horror.
Just don't forget to pop over to the ORIGINAL PAGE to drop that recommendation or check out the rules if you're unsure of them. If you put it here or on the social media pages where I'm sharing this link, it won't get tabulated and put on our list.
Also please keep in mind that we this is about books, not their A/V media adaptations. Coraline the book and Coraline the movie are….well they're pretty close actually, but there are some differences.
I'll be tabulating results in the next couple of days.
Thank you all for joining in our Book Rec Conversation. I've really love reading all your comments about the books you treasure and why.
Hope I'm not too late! My favorite YA horror/fantasy book is and has always been "The Thief of Always" by Clive Barker. Such a well-written story from a horror master that manages to be scary without being gory.ReplyDelete