Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.

This week’s topic is:

Favourite YA Horror

I love YA horror. It’s one of my favourite genres, and I love the variety: ghosts, zombies, monsters, witches, whatever – bring it on! Here are the top books that I loved to read and that I recommend to people looking to add some spooky books to their TBR (I’ve marked the books that are part of a series with a *):

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  1. Anna Dressed in Blood, by Kendare Blake*

    I love this book/series so much! It’s got great characters, great writing, and is creepy!

  2. The Creeping, by Alexandra Sirowy

    This book surprised my with a really creepy ending, solidifying my love for it.

  3. Feed, by Mira Grant*

    Zombies and bloggers! This series is so so so great, and this reminds me that I need to read Mira Grant’s Parasitology series.

  4. The Creeper Man, by Dawn Kurtagich (aka And the Trees Crept In)

    Oh my gosh this book is so wonderfully creepy.

  5. The Merciless, by Danielle Vega*

    Oh man I love almost everything about this book, including that pretty cover.

  6. Survive the Night, by Danielle Vega

    Another great cover for Danielle Vega! I loved this book. Scary and exciting!

  7. This Is Not a Test, by Courtney Summers*

    I marked this as part of a series, because there is a novella that came out not that long ago, but it is not a full novel so be warned if you want more of Sloane’s story. Zombies!

  8. Unbreakable, by Kami Garcia*

    This series is awesome! I tell people it’s like reading a book of the TV show Supernatural (my fave show!): cute brothers and ghost hunting and some really good creepy scenes. I am desperately waiting for news of the third book!!

Have you read any of these? Are there any great YA horror books that I need to know about?? Let me know in the comments!

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