Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Twenty perfectly creepy YA books to keep you up all night

Rachel Paxton-Gillilan is a freelance writer and semi-professional nerd.

At the B & N Teen Blog she tagged twenty "perfectly creepy YAs to keep you up all night," including:
No Safety in Numbers (No Safety in Numbers Series #1), by Dayna Lorentz

When a biological bomb is discovered at a suburban mall, life turns super real super quick for the people trapped inside. The mall is locked down, people start getting sick, and everyone fights for their own survival. Told from the alternating perspectives of four teens, it shows how society can break down, Lord of the Flies-style, in times of panic. Each teen must navigate this new and desperate situation in their own way, all the while coming to terms with how they’ve changed since entering the mall. This book may just turn your local mall into your worst nightmare, if it isn’t already.
Read about the other entries on the list.

Coffee with a Canine: Dayna Lorentz & Peter and Kerry.

My Book, The Movie: No Safety in Numbers (No Safety in Numbers Series #2).

The Page 69 Test: No Easy Way Out.

--Marshal Zeringue